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I am growing tired of perfection ...

post #1 of 10
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Well ... almost anyway. I am growing tired of the super accurate, and perfectly balanced sound of my Vsonic GR-07 iems.

 

I can't listen to music on them, without hearing EVERY detail, and crazy resolution. While this is nice, I just can't get as into the musical experience as I would like to.

 

I am now looking for a pair of IEMs that will still give me great resolution and accuracy, but with more dynamics, bass, and musical enjoyment. Something just slightly warmer, and the tiniest smidgen more lush.

 

I have been given two recommendations so far ... Sennheiser Ie8, or maybe some Miles Davis by Monster ...

 

Opinions ?

post #2 of 10
What kind of music do you like and what is your budget?
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What kind of music do you like and what is your budget?

 

I like ALL kinds of music, but Metal and Hard Rock is my favorite. I will most likely try and trade my GR-07s, but could go maybe $400. I have an amp and DAC.

post #4 of 10
If you want musical and fun. Look atbthe SE215 and if you like more bass get the SE215 Ltd with the extended bass. Price is $100 to $130'for the Ltd. One of the best performance/price IEMs out there.
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If you want musical and fun. Look atbthe SE215 and if you like more bass get the SE215 Ltd with the extended bass. Price is $100 to $130'for the Ltd. One of the best performance/price IEMs out there.

 

The Shure IEMs I have heard have had rolled off highs unfortuantely.


Edited by downsize - 10/9/13 at 7:14pm
post #6 of 10
The SE215s are by Shure and I would not say that about them. The original SE535 definitely did but my 215s did not.
post #7 of 10
How about the GR07 Bass Edition? If you don't mind the price (barely within your budget), the RE-600 may also be up your alley.
post #8 of 10

Triple Fi's are fun IEMs

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The SE215s are by Shure and I would not say that about them. The original SE535 definitely did but my 215s did not.

 

I meant to say Shure. I will investigate the 215s then, and thanks.

post #10 of 10
Find a seller that allows free returns. Opinions are no substitute for your ear. I did that when I bought my first IEM.
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