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UE900 or Triple Fi 10?

Poll Results: Triple Fi 10 or UE900

 
  • 60% (21)
    Triple Fi 10
  • 40% (14)
    UE900
35 Total Votes  
post #1 of 50
Thread Starter 

Hey all

First post, sorry if not abiding by all the rules.

I am looking into my first pair of high quality IEM's. 

I have pretty much narrowed it down to these two, through reading forum posts, etc. 

I listen to pretty much all types of music, from classical to dubstep/electronic. I would prefer a monitor that has some potency in the lower end, but still is high quality in the rest of the spectrum.

What do you guys think? Triple Fi or UE900? I am also considering the SE535


Edited by Zelos - 10/31/13 at 10:43am
post #2 of 50

From what I recall, I think the Triple.Fi 10 has been discontinued..and if you are in Europe, the UE900 can be gotten for about 170GBP here.

 

As for whether or not they are suitable for you, I'm not in a position to comment since I've not heard of it, but you can refer to this thread for a quick look. I guess if you did your homework then you would have probably read the thread. UE900 should be a good all rounder from what i have gathered, reading people's reviews.

post #3 of 50

personally i would go with the tf10 

post #4 of 50

My take as a TF10 user, if you can still find them get em!

They are bang for buck in my book. I regard them more highly than my Westone W4R.

Only one minus point is the V shape design.

post #5 of 50

Get the TF10 while you can. I regret selling off previous TF10 and now that I got another one I am never letting go of it again.

post #6 of 50

I would take the TF10 over the UE900 any day

post #7 of 50
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Originally Posted by Seven1816 View Post
 

My take as a TF10 user, if you can still find them get em!

They are bang for buck in my book. I regard them more highly than my Westone W4R.

Only one minus point is the V shape design.

i donno about that. they are both excellent iem's but the w4r has IMO superior sound quality + fit

post #8 of 50

Fit is subjective. I get a perfect fit with the Tf10 but the insertion isn't too deep unlike iems like the 4r, so they wont isolate as much noise.

post #9 of 50
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Originally Posted by ProjectDenz View Post
 

Fit is subjective. I get a perfect fit with the Tf10 but the insertion isn't too deep unlike iems like the 4r, so they wont isolate as much noise.

i agree. i too was able to get a perfect fit with the tf10 but its a toss some people love the design of how they fit, some dont.

post #10 of 50

Haha I kind of expected the poll to be skewed this way before even clicking it.

 

UE should have honestly just kept the same sound as TF10 but made a better fit and improved other ergonomics + the cable - Would have sold them UE900 like hot cakes now that the TF10 'sound' is discontinued

post #11 of 50

T10 my favorite universal of all time!  

post #12 of 50

Pretty ironic the TF10 is now more expensive than the UE900.  At least what I am seeing....

 

Would love to find a new TF10 for $150 range.

post #13 of 50
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Originally Posted by ProjectDenz View Post
 

 I am never letting go of it again.

 

Yes you will. :veryevil:

post #14 of 50
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Originally Posted by Spyro View Post
 

Pretty ironic the TF10 is now more expensive than the UE900.  At least what I am seeing....

 

Would love to find a new TF10 for $150 range.

i got a pair off here for 110.00 shipped about a year ago. sold them wish i would have kept them

post #15 of 50

I suggest finding a used TF10 and getting it reshelled. That was my course of action and the total cost was less than what a new TF10 goes for!

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