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ue 600 s4 or turbines

post #1 of 18
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i gave away my ue700 for my cousin's birthday, and now i'm in the market again for iems. i'd say my budget is up to 150; perhaps a bit higher, but nothing over 200. what i'm going for is either the klipsch s4, monster turbines, (original) or the ue600. by the way, i really can't stand sibilance

post #2 of 18

GR07 BA200 X10

post #3 of 18

All three IEMs you mentioned, OP, are horrible if you have a $150 budget. Don't even think about any of them. Seekky has given three much, much better options.

post #4 of 18
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Originally Posted by Seekky View Post

GR07 BA200 X10

+1 on the Gr07's

Got them last week,outstanding

 

Also,a few days ago ,I got a pair of Heir 4Ai's ,and did a A/B comparison

I'm preferring the Gr07's  SQ.....4Ai's,now, up for sale.


Edited by mikek200 - 2/28/13 at 10:00am
post #5 of 18

The UE TF10Pro, JVC FXZ100, GR07, RE272 are great buy under this budget and they all are very detailed yet fun to listen, some have more bass and others are more balanced with good bass response.

post #6 of 18
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Originally Posted by ZARIM View Post

The UE TF10Pro, JVC FXZ100, GR07, RE272 are great buy under this budget and they all are very detailed yet fun to listen, some have more bass and others are more balanced with good bass response.

 

Zarim,

Are the Re-272's in the $150.00 price bracket??

Where???

Link??

post #7 of 18

I think there was sale on head direct but you can find used on F/S forum and they are amazing for the price.

post #8 of 18

If they are better than the RE262's,then they will be excellent

Still,$150.00 for the 272's..now,thats one hell of a bargain

 

Tnx

Mike

post #9 of 18
Thread Starter 

all righty then! i demoed some etymotic mf5 and hf5 and i seem not to be a fan of analytical sound... would somebody kindly point out the ones that sound too bright or analytical? 

post #10 of 18

If you don't want bright, analytical sounding IEMs, TDK BA200 would be a good choice. The mids and bass are clear with forwarded vocals. Treble sparks nicely but sits at the very back of everything, so I think it suits you well.

post #11 of 18
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what would be your opinions on re-buying the 700s?

post #12 of 18
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oh and where can i get stuff like TF10 and re272 under 150? nothing on amazon... i would prefer them new rather than used

post #13 of 18
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oh and where can i get stuff like TF10 and re272 under 150? nothing on amazon... i would prefer them new rather than used

New? Nowhere.

post #14 of 18

To me, I prefer the BA200 to the UE700. The 700s sound slightly brighter, but the sound is slightly grainier. However, the BA200s do have this 2-piece cable with a hefty cable splitter and flat cables that could make it irritating during use. I believe the design was changed to a one piece in recent production batches. Do check out what kind of cable it has!

post #15 of 18
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how's the se215 for this price range? i read that the cable is too thick and stiff to get a good fit/ exercise... should i just cross that out?

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