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I am going slightly crazy for a good pair of IEM's. i had previously listened to a pair of klipsch x10, that i bought for cheap, but new. then i decided to go for the sony xba-4, thinking that 4 specialized BA drivers would be better than the one BA in the X10. Sadly i found out that its not entirely true, and the sony pair had issues with the mid range, and the base was not snappy as i thought. I have enough money to buy up to a $300 pair, but don't hesitate to recommend pairs of more value. I listen to all genres, but more leaning towards house or electronic music. I need something good in the lows as far as nice, tight, and snappy bass, as well a good and noticeable mid-range and good highs for the synthetic high notes and or clear vocals. Please tell me what you think is thee best and i appreciate all responses. Thank You.

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I am going slightly crazy for a good pair of IEM's. i had previously listened to a pair of klipsch x10, that i bought for cheap, but new. then i decided to go for the sony xba-4, thinking that 4 specialized BA drivers would be better than the one BA in the X10. Sadly i found out that its not entirely true, and the sony pair had issues with the mid range, and the base was not snappy as i thought. I have enough money to buy up to a $300 pair, but don't hesitate to recommend pairs of more value. I listen to all genres, but more leaning towards house or electronic music. I need something good in the lows as far as nice, tight, and snappy bass, as well a good and noticeable mid-range and good highs for the synthetic high notes and or clear vocals. Please tell me what you think is thee best and i appreciate all responses. Thank You.

 

Westone UM3x sound like they may fit the bill.  Also, in the future I suggest you search for one of the "help" threads pertaining to your questions.  A thread titled "I Need Help!!!!" is a little obnoxious and you may have a lot less hits and recommendations from experienced head-fiers who are sick of threads with vague titles like this.

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thank you very much, i am sorry for the misplace and wrong title, but i am new to this site. i dont know how to post in the help threads.

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what do you think about the westone 3 or 4r?

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I believe they are supposed to be a little more balanced in their sound sig.  From what I gather, if you want the extra punch on the low end go for the UM line.  If you are looking for more of an audiophile sound look at the Westone line.  I own the UM3X and love them but I have never heard the Westone 3s or 4s...

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thank you

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