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I am looking to replace my dying Vsonic GR07's with another IEM with a warm sound. My priorities for the IEM are as follows (in order of importance):

1. Sound quality

2. Durability (detachable cable would be nice)

3. Secure fit

4. Comfort

5. If possible a 3 button mic for iphone

 

Some of the IEM's I am looking at are: T-Peos H-200, the new Westone UM Pro series, Ortofon E-Q5 or E-Q7, Final Audio Heaven IV

 

Any suggestions you can provide or comments about the listed headphones would be much appreciated.

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I am looking to replace my dying Vsonic GR07's with another IEM with a warm sound. My priorities for the IEM are as follows (in order of importance):

1. Sound quality

2. Durability (detachable cable would be nice)

3. Secure fit

4. Comfort

5. If possible a 3 button mic for iphone

 

Some of the IEM's I am looking at are: T-Peos H-200, the new Westone UM Pro series, Ortofon E-Q5 or E-Q7, Final Audio Heaven IV

 

Any suggestions you can provide or comments about the listed headphones would be much appreciated.

 

Ok. Not H-200 if you are looking for a warm sound. Something like W4, E-Q5/7, and SE535 would be something you should look for. My rec is W4. It's slightly warm, but overall very neutral. It meets all of your requirement except 5.

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Thanks I will read up more on the the W4R's. I believe there should be replacement cables that would enable me to also get the 3 button control/mic, probably expensive though.

 

Wow. after reading more about it the W4R's seem perfect for my needs. I was hoping to keep the price under 300 if I could, but at $320 from B&H it is really hard to say no.


Edited by Snuggles - 9/10/13 at 10:25pm
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Originally Posted by Snuggles View Post
 

Thanks I will read up more on the the W4R's. I believe there should be replacement cables that would enable me to also get the 3 button control/mic, probably expensive though.

 

Wow. after reading more about it the W4R's seem perfect for my needs. I was hoping to keep the price under 300 if I could, but at $320 from B&H it is really hard to say no.

 

For $320, its a great buy! W4 is one of the best iem for it's price.

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