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Shure SE215 or Klipsch X10

Poll Results: Klipsch X10 or SE215

 
  • 20% (1)
    Klipsch X10
  • 80% (4)
    Shure SE215
5 Total Votes  
post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 

I am looking to buy a set of IEMs that are the best bang for buck that have a nice bass (not muddy and bad). I want comfortable IEMs with the best SQ and isolation for the price of around $150 MAX (to canada). 

 

The SE215 can easily find in Canada for $99.99 CAD and the Klipsch X10 is going for ~$130 USD on Amazon (most likely going to drop on Black Friday)

 

 

Since the X10 do not have foam tips, I will most likely invest on those to get the best SQ and comfort. I want good isolation for bus trips but I don't want it to be a huge hassle putting the IEMs in and out of my ears.

 

 

I currently have the DT 990s and the Klipsch S4 to base my decision off of. The S4 are fairly good but I am looking for a few step ups in the isolation, comfort and quality of the IEMs.

 

 

Please vote whether you chose and why and please suggest others within reason.

 

Thanks!!!

post #2 of 6
Shure se215...not a fan of the x10
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mooses9 View Post

Shure se215...not a fan of the x10

If it is the build quality, I take care of my IEMs fairly well if that is the issue. If not why aren't you a fan?

post #4 of 6
I find the shures to have better sound quality. And yes the build quality isnt top notch. The shures have a removeable cable. But thats just me opinion
post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 

bump     .

post #6 of 6

Find the right IEM yet?

I own Shure SE210s, SE115s and the Klipsch X10s. My habit seems to be to use a pair for a month and then rotate in a different IEM for a fresh sound. Which is better is dependent on my mood and how long it's been since my last listen. Right now I'm liking the cleaner sound of the X10, but generally prefer the 115s over all my IEMs. They have what I consider the most natural sound. Audiophiles might feel the bass is a tad big/loose, I dig it.

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