i bought scl3 about 2 years ago hoping to get my first real iem, but from the first listening i didn't like them, gave them a good burn for two or three weeks, and there was minor improvment to bass.
They are not bad IEM but for my taste they lack a little bass and there is some frequncey on the high end that just feels bad, now i discovered(with the great help of your forum) it's called sibiliance and while playing with eq(digital software) i managed to reduce this frequency (around 10kHz), but lost some detail in the high end.
Thats all about the shure.
Just for refernce i own a panasonic dj100(cheap dj like headphones) and i don't have this sibilance problem, and the highs sound a little more clear and not so harsh.
I also listened to my friends beats mixr and find them bass heavy, lack midrange and the highs are not harsh or sibilant.
I am looking for a decent replacment to the scl, so i read a lot of opinions here about IEM's, and i think that the gr07 MKII is my best choice for now.
some things that are crucial to me:
1) I hear mainly EDM but, i do listen to chillout or electronic music that contains instruments.
2) need a little more bass compared to the shure.
3) no sibilance, or at least minimal one.(particiluirly in 10khz area)
4) i don't use amp, and my source is my phone(galaxy s2). is it enough to drive the gr07?
do you think the gr07 MKII is a good choice?
is there any frequency graphs to compare the scl3 and gr07?
thanks in advance!
Edited by norco - 2/2/13 at 2:14pm