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IEM for EDM. Price range of under 200$

post #1 of 11
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Hey guys! I got my mg7 pros stolen around a year ago (bought them a really long time ago). Looking for an iem for EDM (house, trance, and Dubstep is what I listen to). I want my iem to sound really energetic and to convey the rhythmic and energetic nature of the music that I listen to. In addition I want it to have good bass being kind of a basshead. Those are my real preferences. I've been thinking FXZ200 or GR07 BE (thought I think they're too analytical?) or Yamaha EPH100 or TF10 (or are they outdated?)
I haven't really been into the community since I purchased my mg7's several years ago, though I was an active member then.
BTW I really liked the mg7's but I want more forward sounding mids and a more energetic sound.

Thanks!
post #2 of 11
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BTW I'm willing to go a bit over budget if the phones justify it
post #3 of 11
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Bump!
post #4 of 11

The T-Peos H-100 is good for EDM music. It's a dual hybrid driver iem. Dynamic for the bass and BA for the highs. It has a V shaped signature. It's the first 'Golden Ears' (audiophile community of S.Korea) certified iems. I didn't really like it first but it sounds great now. They are supposed have the same sound signature of TF10. The TF10 is out of production. 


Edited by zamorin - 10/3/13 at 3:55am
post #5 of 11

or even better, get the T-Peos H-200. They have 3 way drivers and are rated even higher. It's about $250. They used to have a $50 discount for it if you buy it as a member of head-fi forum. Don't know if that still applies. I actually now either want to get that or the GR07BE.


Edited by zamorin - 10/3/13 at 4:01am
post #6 of 11
The GR07 BEs mids are not forward, but it does have an energetic sound and nice bass that makes EDM sound fantastic.
post #7 of 11
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What would you guys say about the 3.Ai's?
After some research I'm really tempted into spending a tad more than my budget for them, especially that being a fun iem is top priority, the gr07's I understand to be very analytical?

Anyhow thanks for your thoughts
post #8 of 11
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Ordered the 3.Ai's! Really looking forward to using these
post #9 of 11

I don't think you will regret the Heir 3.Ai, it's so highly rated. How much did it cost you? From Heir direct?

post #10 of 11
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Yeah it cost me 250. It's v shaped with more emphasis on the bass, has a very fun feel to it, has exquisite build quality (I'm a combat soldier, which means ill need it to withstand some serious pain) and very good soundstage. In fact, the only bad things I've heard about it is the signature, which is EXACTLY to my likings. I'll get it inNovember let us hope for an awesome reaction smily_headphones1.gif
post #11 of 11

How come you got it so cheap? Their website prices it at $299.

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