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Sennheiser IE7 To M50 sounding IEM.

post #1 of 6
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I have owned the IE7 now for about a year. Its been great but my ears start to ache after an hour or two. I am looking for another IEM that sounds like the Audio Technica M50, Denon D2000 or Senn HD 580. Can I get a better IEM then the Senn IE7 (I've been looking at the Shure SE215, Ultimate ears triple fi).

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I am also looking for IEM's with similar sound to my M50's. I have also looked at the 215's, and from what I've heard the cable is expensive to replace, and the bass a little recessed or something? 

post #3 of 6

What is your budget?  Have a look at the Vsonic GR07BE reviews or check out these comparison threads:

 

This is a Shure SE215 vs GR07BE comparison by a fellow forumer:

 

I have both and the Shure don't even come close. The SE 215 are good for what they are, fun headphones for people that want a warm, not critical listening. They are outclassed by the V Sonics on pretty much everything, is not even a contest. In fact, they are not the best in their price bracket, and in fact even headphones that are cheaper, like the Dunu's Landmine, are better. Of course, personal preference plays a huge part in our selection, and you might prefer the Shure's sound signature. So they are not better but you might end up enjoying them more.
post #4 of 6

I do love the sound of my M50's.. as far as budget goes, I might be willing to pay about as much as the M50s cost. I will be using them when out and about, before bed and similar. I use my M50s when I'm on my desktop.

post #5 of 6

The GR07BE are not available in Norway, where I live. 

post #6 of 6

You can get it here for $130, with free shipping to Norway:

 

http://www.lendmeurears.com/

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