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JH5 Pro vs. UE5 Pro?

post #1 of 6
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I'm in the market for entry-level customs.

But I'm only willing to spend around $400 for them.

What would be the better option for me? JH Audio's entry-level CIEM or UE5s?

I understand that the UE5 costs more, but I really want custom color/art.

 

I currently own a few universals, my best being the Westone UM3X.

I need good sound; I listen to electronic music so good bass is desired.

I hear that the JH5 is a UE4 with newer drivers (since the same person made both of them).

Any thoughts? Thanks.

post #2 of 6

I can't talk about the models you mentioned, I'd love to hear them. 

 

For your price range: 1964 triple, they have good reviews

http://www.1964ears.com/products_triples.html

 

BA4 from cosmic ears 

http://www.cosmicears.com/shop/ba4/

 

Enjoy


Edited by squallkiercosa - 9/22/13 at 8:52pm
post #3 of 6
JH5 is suppose to be a better tuned UE5 according to Jerry Harvey. It is a fantastic custom for the money. It has the same amount of bass as UM3X but much better crispness and clarity and a larger soundstage. Its been a real workhorse for me the past 3 years.
post #4 of 6
The jh5 is great and has a signature that I think the majority would enjoy. I've owned it for around 2 years and it's going nowhere
post #5 of 6
Why not just resell your um3x into a custom and add drivers?
post #6 of 6

Turbocharging a finely tuned instrument is a very bad idea. Get something designed for the purpose.

 

I only briefly heard it once but still think the JH5 is one of the best values in IEMs. 

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