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post #271 of 281
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Originally Posted by salka View Post

They are both nice iem that i ever heard heard.

But i like the ie800's soundstage and the instrument performance more than the sd4.

Also luckily i don't have any problem with the ear tips, it is very comfortable for my ears.

About the cable i use a iem clip to hold the splitter on my clothes so there wont be lots of noise when i'm walking.
Great ! Thx, have a fine weekend😊👍🏼
post #272 of 281
It would be good if you could drop a few lines on your impression on SD2/3 vs. IM04. Cheers
post #273 of 281
I did never heared the SD3, only the 2 and 4. The 4 is more smooth than the 2 without losing any details. If your budget reach to get the 2, don't hesitate, the 4 costs almost the double but it is not double as good only different in approach, if you like a strictly neutral IEM the SD2 is the best even beyond it's price.
post #274 of 281
Is this still worth its asking price now?
Or are there better alternative with the sd2s?
Im only interested witht the sd2s smily_headphones1.gif
post #275 of 281
That is a difficult one. Their high price does not only reflect quality, Made in Germany comes at a price, simply while their salary is way beyond the slavery labour of Asian countries. I think good sound remains good sound, for example the Sennheiser was first released in 2011, and today they are a classic while still populair. New models coming are way everyday , but are they better or worse, not easy to answer.
post #276 of 281
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Originally Posted by pinoyman View Post

Is this still worth its asking price now?
Or are there better alternative with the sd2s?
Im only interested witht the sd2s smily_headphones1.gif
i think from fit they can't be topped, and good in ears are only good if the fit is perfect, no matter the brand , type or priceclass
post #277 of 281
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Originally Posted by pinoyman View Post

Is this still worth its asking price now?
Or are there better alternative with the sd2s?
Im only interested witht the sd2s smily_headphones1.gif
Try out the Pinnacle P1 if you have the chance. Quite the contender to SD2.
post #278 of 281
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Originally Posted by xaddictionx View Post

Try out the Pinnacle P1 if you have the chance. Quite the contender to SD2.
Not to have in Germany, only via Ebay
post #279 of 281

honestly, i am really intrigued by the sound of the sd2(s) since i have been reading reviews and comments of members here back and forth. 

so far, what i found out is more prefer the sound of sd2s due to its balanced sound, not overwhelmed by bass. 

im really looking for mid centric iem. something hi end sounding... 

post #280 of 281
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Originally Posted by pinoyman View Post

honestly, i am really intrigued by the sound of the sd2(s) since i have been reading reviews and comments of members here back and forth. 
so far, what i found out is more prefer the sound of sd2s due to its balanced sound, not overwhelmed by bass. 
im really looking for mid centric iem. something hi end sounding... 
Than the SD2s is for you. The same technology you find in cheaper Asia made in ears to, so I guesd you have to decide yourself if made in Germany is worth the extra money. From my oen point of view I would say yes.
post #281 of 281
Hi any comparisons between the Inear SD2 and the Westone 4r?
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