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Great In-ear headphones under 150 euro..

post #1 of 12
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Hello,

I'm searched a lot and readed so manny reviews etc about in ear headphones..

but i cant find the right one...

i had the sennheiser ie 60 awsome once... but the cable broke after 5 months by a building mistake so searching to new once..

And i bought an headphone the sennheiser hd 598 i reader a lot and they said they where awsome and they are love them!

but i'm so scary that i break them so i only use them at home.

So 3 days ago i ordered the tdk-be-950 but i hate them so searching again for new once.

1 song they where good but not perfect and on a other song they where so bad like someone was screaming with to high bleebs and to shy in the melodie 

so my question is what is a great in ear headphone..

 

I listen to:

-Hardstyle <3   (Headhunterz like music of the episode 16 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvL2f_iRaAo )

-electro House music (just some random youtube stuff and podcasts.)

-RadioStation (Like an Commercial station, Avicii,David guetta,Rihanna, etc)

 

I really hope someone can help my to find the right one!

 

Greetings =]

post #2 of 12

UE trifi 10. My friend has these. They are similar to etymotics er4s but warmer. http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Ears-TripleFi-Isolating-Earphones/dp/B0019RBJOE

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Originally Posted by reakka View Post

UE trifi 10. My friend has these. They are similar to etymotics er4s but warmer. http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Ears-TripleFi-Isolating-Earphones/dp/B0019RBJOE

Hello, reakka.

they aren't for sale in the netherland and if i need to buy them for that price they are like 200 euro because extra costs

post #4 of 12

I see, I would say get the etys but they are little flat for your music tastes. I've heard good things about Shure...

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I see, I would say get the etys but they are little flat for your music tastes. I've heard good things about Shure...

Yeah, i bought them almost the se215 but they ar over ear like the ie60 but the ie60 u can wear normaly and the se215 probaly not because it's very thick at the cable thing, i'm thinking about the klipsch s4i or the s4i2 the s4i2 ar better build and a litle bit better but ar almost 2x so expensive in my country i hate it that ther ar so less awsome normal in ear headphones are around the 80-150 euro .

 

do u know some great sony in ear headphones i heard they are good to? (other brands are good to but wanne stay under the 150 euro probaly around the 100 or they need to by so good then i wanne give more money for it ofc.)

post #6 of 12

I don't know about sony...haven't of any particularly amazing sony iems. There a plenty of iem roundups on this site, you can check that out. Or see amazon ratings :) http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=iem&rh=n%3A172282%2Ck%3Aiem

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Originally Posted by reakka View Post

I don't know about sony...haven't of any particularly amazing sony iems. There a plenty of iem roundups on this site, you can check that out. Or see amazon ratings :) http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=iem&rh=n%3A172282%2Ck%3Aiem

Woow, thanks i will take a look :D

post #8 of 12
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btw do u know or klipsch s4ii (2) are good for that kind of music because evrybody who bought it they say from woow amazing this and that


Edited by avhelvoirt - 2/3/13 at 9:31am
post #9 of 12

The IEMs with removable cable are best options like Sony EX600, UE TF10Pro(used from here F/S forum), Se215 and well built IEMs like GR07,  Yamaha EPH100, FXD80, FXZ100 and Turbine recommended. 

post #10 of 12
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Hello,

do anny of u know the store digitec?

is it a fair retailer? https://www.digitec.ch/

a guy is selling a pair of sennheiser ie80 with a garantie thingy from this store at the background.

and i wanne by sure i don't get scammed..

post #11 of 12

The TF10 or the Ortofon e-Q5 which is just under 150 euros.  I'd go with the e-Q5 because I think it has better clarity and much better mids.  The bass is also very good but if it isn't hitting hard enough just EQ them and the can hit quite hard.  The soundstage is also very spacious.

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The TF10 or the Ortofon e-Q5 which is just under 150 euros.  I'd go with the e-Q5 because I think it has better clarity and much better mids.  The bass is also very good but if it isn't hitting hard enough just EQ them and the can hit quite hard.  The soundstage is also very spacious.

Ok thanks you

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