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Want advice on a new pair of IEMs

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Hello!

 

This is my first thread on these forums, so bare with me, please. :smile:

 

So, I've decided to buy a new IEM, but I have no clue what to get, so I decided to check with you guys for advice.

 

I'm currently sporting the budget IEMs SoundMagic E10, which I really like (mainly for the price). Now I want to step up a tier and get some better-sounding ones. I'm mainly listening to Post-Hardcore (like Attack Attack!, Make Me Famous, Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas) and Metal (like every genre), but I listen sometimes to J-Pop, Electronic, Hip-hop, etc (basically I can listen to everything). 

 

Currently I'm not looking to get a portable DAC or something like that, because I listen to music on a Samsung Galaxy S3 using the Poweramp app. On Poweramp, I'm using the Bass & Treble preset, because I feel like it's the best preset for an all-around taste (maybe I'm wrong in this regard, but that's what I'm using anyway)

 

So, I want a pair of all-around IEMs, I would really like a microphone on the new IEM, because my current E10 doesn't have that. The price range is max 110£, but I would gladly like something around 60-80£.

 

I hope I provided with all the information you guys need to help pick out a IEM.

 

Thanks in advance and regards,

VirtualBoost :) 


Edited by VirtualBoost - 10/7/13 at 5:09am
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Please there are plenty of open threads already open specially created for this and the search box won´t hurt you too buddy.

http://www.head-fi.org/f/7840/introductions-help-and-recommendations

http://www.head-fi.org/t/478568/multi-iem-review-298-iems-compared-sensaphonics-3max-added-10-02-13-p-778

 

This forum is completly spammed by threads like yours...

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