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For trance music which is better ie 800 or se 846 ?

At this price point, there is no one is better than the other. Pure preference here.
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At this price point, there is no one is better than the other. Pure preference here.

 

I asked it already ? for trance music which one is better 

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I prefe
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Originally Posted by veracocha View Post

For trance music which is better ie 800 or se 846 ?

I preferred the IE800 for trance... Thicker and airier presentation..
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At this price point, there is no one is better than the other. Pure preference here.

I asked it already ? for trance music which one is better 

What I was trying to say is that it is up to you to decide which is better. Because at this price point, it isn't so clear cut which is better. For me, I personally feel that for electronic the 846 is better as the sibliance on the IE800 is unbearable for me but your mileage may vary.
post #2165 of 3042

 

846, I guess it has 8 drivers in total, 4 drivers per earbud and 6 is just a digit upgrade than 5. so you get 846! 8 is also an infinite loop!

post #2166 of 3042

As a person living in Sweden. When can I expect them to be available in Europe? I tried to preorder with Earphonesolutions but I wasn't able to. Is there a way to order these to Sweden today? 

post #2167 of 3042

I'm so curious about 846.I'm currently have IE800.And I wanna now differences between them 846 and IE800.Did anyone compare them?Pros and cons.

Thanks.


Edited by high-fidelity - 9/20/13 at 3:26am
post #2168 of 3042

Are they as good as high end full-size headphones ?

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Are they as good as high end full-size headphones ?
I wouldn't say so? When I tried them their instrument separation wasn't as good as say, the stax sr009
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Are they as good as high end full-size headphones ?
I wouldn't say so? When I tried them their instrument separation wasn't as good as say, the stax sr009

Well IEMs and full size cans each have their pros and cons. One of IEMs greatest things is portability/convenience. Sure the 009.HD900,TH600/900 might be better but r u going to lug them around with you when out?
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Are they as good as high end full-size headphones ?

 

No, apples to oranges.... and while there are some IEM with a wider soundstage, superb transparency etc that would make one feel more "headphonesique" but SE846 imho does not set out to try sounding like a fullsize.

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No, apples to oranges....

Word.
post #2173 of 3042

Yeah, anyone knows how to get them to Europe? Interested in a pair... (but I don't want to pay the outrageous ebay prices)

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Word.
+1 I think I should have replied a different way
post #2175 of 3042

Ok, somebody tell me, Shure stated that the low-pass filter made it a true subwoofer... does that mean it can match up to the dynamic drivers??? I mean in terms of bass only...

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