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$100-200 IEM's

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  I'm a bass head, but I HATE when headphones do the skullcandy. When they muffle all other sounds because of their mediocre bass. I'm looking for IEM's for 100-200 dollars. Detachable cables are a must! I don't want the wire to go over my ear. Lastly, they need to have low impedance. Do you know of any that would suit me? Thanks so much for any help! 

post #2 of 21

shure 215 or gr07 suit your ears :D I prefer shure 215 more because it's more balance, good treble.....but if you r a basshead so gr07 is 10/10 at bass, smooth mid but roll off treble

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shure 215 or gr07 suit your ears :D I prefer shure 215 more because it's more balance, good treble.....but if you r a basshead so gr07 is 10/10 at bass, smooth mid but roll off treble

 

The GR07 has been regarded being more neutral than bass heavy, even graphs show that.  Both models you list require an over-ear insertion (unless you swap sides, EG left into right, right into left).  OP, we're not going to be able to fill all of your needs unfortunately.  Detachable cables + cable down is a very rare combination, let alone detachable cables in that price range (they exist, but in small quantity).  

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Originally Posted by Keirapc View Post

shure 215 or gr07 suit your ears :D I prefer shure 215 more because it's more balance, good treble.....but if you r a basshead so gr07 is 10/10 at bass, smooth mid but roll off treble

 

I agree with Tinyman. Actually, I wouldn't even consider the GR07 Bass Edition as a bass-head IEM.

post #5 of 21
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  Thanks guys. Well how about some in a higher price range? I've been thinking about the Sennheiser IE80's...

post #6 of 21

UE TF10Pro, IE80, W3 willbe great buy and they (all) sound amazingly crsip clear with tight punchy bass and has detachable cable.


Edited by ZARIM - 1/11/13 at 4:58pm
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UE TF10Pro, IE80, W3 willbe great buy and they (all) sound amazingly crsip clear with tight punchy bass and has detachable cable.

 Thanks. Are the UE TF10Pro's and the W3's detachable? If you own a pair yourself, are they durable? I saw just a couple bad reviews for that part.

post #8 of 21

I know the IE80's and TF10's have detachable cables - I am less sure about the W3 - if memory serves me right, they don't.

post #9 of 21
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Thanks, Ivabign

post #10 of 21

Yeah if you want bass the IE80's are good but you might like the IE8's better, they have more mid-bass if you like that plus you can find them for a really good price now because of the newer IE80.

post #11 of 21

How about the JVC FXZ200? I have the 100 and they sound simply awesome and the 200 is supposed to have more bass. The IE80 will give you detachable cables and a larger sound stage but other than those two things I think the FXZ100 is better in terms of sound quality and the FXZ200 appears to be as good with the added bass and fullness.

post #12 of 21

yamaha eph 100?

post #13 of 21
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Yeah if you want bass the IE80's are good but you might like the IE8's better, they have more mid-bass if you like that plus you can find them for a really good price now because of the newer IE80.
Thanks a bunch man. Those are for me, they are tunable, they do have detachable cables, and(i looked at them) I LOVE the black finish instead of silver-ish. Also a brand a trust and a much much better price for a youngster.
Edited by JPCF98 - 1/11/13 at 7:54pm
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Also, the cables on the IE8 are great - soft and supple, but strong and durable - The whole Kevlar thing - just fantastic - detachable - cables.

post #15 of 21
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Awesome
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Also, the cables on the IE8 are great - soft and supple, but strong and durable - The whole Kevlar thing - just fantastic - detachable - cables.
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