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Poll Results: Shure se535, Shure se535 ltd-J, Westone 4r or Ultimate Ears UE900

 
  • 12% (8)
    Shure SE535
  • 30% (19)
    Shure SE535 LTD-J
  • 41% (26)
    Westone 4R
  • 14% (9)
    Ultimate Ears UE900
62 Total Votes  
post #46 of 77
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Originally Posted by techmonstr View Post

i do apologise for the 4posts. i accidentally clicked submit 4x on my laggy phoe. anyways, how do i get 24/192 then?
Thier availability is limited. You can download them from websites like hd tracks.
post #47 of 77

HD music stores like HDtracks or convert from SACD/DSDs.

post #48 of 77
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Originally Posted by techmonstr View Post

i do apologise for the 4posts. i accidentally clicked submit 4x on my laggy phoe. anyways, how do i get 24/192 then?

 

The real question is why would you bother.  Concentrate instead on getting a good master copy.  Redbook (16/44.1) is more than sufficient.

post #49 of 77
I'd say get the UE 900... they won't disappoint you... by the way, if you want something rather neutral, the same priced Heir Audio 4.Ai would be great, especially for a starter...
post #50 of 77

Honestly, UE900 is very good.

But I won't go for 4.Ai. There is a serious cross over error. http://rinchoi.blogspot.kr/2012/10/heir-audio-4ai.html

post #51 of 77
Yet to face that problem for me...
post #52 of 77
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Originally Posted by Rookie Rooster View Post

Yet to face that problem for me...

You mean you don't notice it? It's there, but maybe it's not really too obvious.

post #53 of 77
Haha... yeah, I'm not that much of an audiophile... ;-)
post #54 of 77

I'm really torn between the SE-535 CL Westone 4R and UE900 The UE900 is the most expensive option for me right now (The 535 + Westone can be had for much cheaper. Specifically the 4R). I currently have the SE-215. My ears are really sensitive to treble/sibalance. 

 

For the price, I'm thinking the Westone 4R sounds like my best bet. But I'm also afraid that it's a boring headphone (when I hear flat/neutral, I think bland). Then again, I love the SE-215, and I think those have a similiar sound? 

post #55 of 77
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Originally Posted by satanigatan View Post

I'm really torn between the SE-535 CL Westone 4R and UE900 The UE900 is the most expensive option for me right now (The 535 + Westone can be had for much cheaper. Specifically the 4R). I currently have the SE-215. My ears are really sensitive to treble/sibalance. 

 

For the price, I'm thinking the Westone 4R sounds like my best bet. But I'm also afraid that it's a boring headphone (when I hear flat/neutral, I think bland). Then again, I love the SE-215, and I think those have a similiar sound? 

SE535 would be the most similar to SE215. But I really can't tell if you will find the 4R boring. You should try to demo them.

post #56 of 77
Thread Starter 
Yea guys I'm not getting any of the abovementioned iems anymore. I seriously underestimated my budget. So I'm opting for the Etymotic Research ER4-PT instead.
post #57 of 77
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

SE535 would be the most similar to SE215. But I really can't tell if you will find the 4R boring. You should try to demo them.

Look, just tell me, I'm not from those developed countries so I may not know much about that stuff... Where can I demo them???

post #58 of 77
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Originally Posted by techmonstr View Post

Yea guys I'm not getting any of the abovementioned iems anymore. I seriously underestimated my budget. So I'm opting for the Etymotic Research ER4-PT instead.

ER4 are a great choice too. Just know that they are going to be flatter than any iems listed on this tread.

post #59 of 77
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Originally Posted by Rookie Rooster View Post

Look, just tell me, I'm not from those developed countries so I may not know much about that stuff... Where can I demo them???

Where are you located? If in Asia, you can pretty much find a store in almost all countries... If not, sorry.

 

But if you loved SE215, I can guess that you are going to love the SE535 as well.

post #60 of 77

Oh, I see... Thanks,... :)

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