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Okay I Cannot Say I Am an audiophile but i appreciate every improvement in music quality

so i think for the player the best with this budget would be (colorfly c3) (if ya have something better that would not be more than 100$ tell me )
for the IEM i didn't search alot but i downed my searches to this 3 
creative aurvana in ear 2 ( 2 not 3 because i heard it produces bigger soundstage )
sennheiser  cx-880 

meelectronics  a161

i am confused and want to know ur opinions 

what i want from the headphones is good amount of bass , just tight  not too heavy (not a basshead) , and the most clear vocals and the biggest soundstage ( of course for a budget not more than 100$)

 

the last question 
if i got the colorfly c3 i would not need an amp , or would i ?!!
 

 

regards

post #2 of 5
There is a member here who is very fond of the Meelec A161 paired with Colorfly C3, if you msg him and ask I'm sure he can give you some insight about how that sounds. Just tell him H20 sent you. smile.gif

http://www.head-fi.org/u/158321/kova4a

As for me and my C3 probably the best synergy I have heard is with T-Peos H-100 Hybrid, but they're $150 direct through the company. No you won't need amp for C3 depending what you want to drive, most IEM are driven fine from C3. 60ohm headphones also work well.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 1/15/13 at 3:23am
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

There is a member here who is very fond of the Meelec A161 paired with Colorfly C3, if you msg him and ask I'm sure he can give you some insight about how that sounds. Just tell him H20 sent you. smile.gif

http://www.head-fi.org/u/158321/kova4a

As for me and my C3 probably the best synergy I have heard is with T-Peos H-100 Hybrid, bit they're $150 direct through the company. No you want need amp for the C3 depending what you want to drive, most IEM are driven fine from C3 60ohm headphones also work well.

Okay if it is a huge difference and bigger sound stage i would wait and go for the T-Peos H-100 Hybrid ?!
Do You Think I SHould Do that or it is not a big differnce

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Really depends what kind of sound signature you want from an earphone. H-100 are very crisp, good clarity, good separation, wide stage, good depth. It is a Hybrid IEM which has one balanced armature for mids / highs and dynamic driver for lows. Without hearing Meelec A161 I cannot tell you, though I imagine H-100 is superior.

Read here.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 1/15/13 at 12:52am
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Really depends what kind of sound signature you want from an earphone. H-100 are very crisp, good clarity, good separation, wide stage, good depth. It is a Hybrid IEM which has one balanced armature for mids / highs and dynamic driver for lows. Without hearing Meelec A161 I cannot tell you, though I imagine H-100 is superior.

Read here.

 

I think You Said  all  things  i stated before in the first post that i want from a headphone ... maybe i will wait and go for it 
thanks a lot h20 ... 

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