Thanks sir. I have read the Joker's topic thoroughly already, but wasn't aware of that other topic. So sorry for creating this topic.
Originally Posted by Orkboy
The se215 are great IEMs. They're bassier IEMs when compared to the more mid centric sets further up the Shure line, but that doesn't mean they're bass cannons for bass heads. Looks like you're going to have to keep looking
Not really. I just need to find a good IEM with bass, that's all. No disrespect to anyone, but I have heard a lot of IEM which gives more detailed sound, with great mid and beautifully non-distorted highs, like SE215, but there are very few IEMs which can produce deep bass. And I belong to the latter category.
Shure SE215 might be a great IEM, but it's just not for me, never was. I have tried my best to like it, didn't like the sound at all, yet I kept listening and listening, and finally I gave up and now it's up for sale! What a wrong decision I have made, and I should be ashamed of this. I have never been this unhappy with any product purchase I have made in my whole life.
Originally Posted by djvkool
FXZ100 bass quality is top class, and goes deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeepp!!
Looks like the FXZ100 is an awesome unit, especially I think it's for me. BUT 200+ bucks, well frankly I don't have the mentality to afford it. Lets see though.
I didn't expect a response from this topic, that's why I was doing my own homework and searching and I was almost going for the Sony XB90 EX, which is just 75 bucks over here and has a 16 mm driver! and fits my 100 bucks limitation perfectly. But I am quite sure the JVC will be the clear winner.
Is there any other JVC IEM like FXZ100 bass, at a little lower cost?
Edited by ithehappy - 5/5/13 at 5:32am