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post #16 of 24
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Originally Posted by The Dan of Steel View Post

I'm still kicking myself for not jumping on the Amazon W3 deal last week for 179. Only something like 2% sold. I'm going to wait to see what Black Friday has to bring.

Yeah, me too! That's a steal, they are old versions and they did a flash deal so there must be a good chance they are going to be on sale. If the perhaps the TF10 or the Klipsch X10 will go even lower.

post #17 of 24

Go with the TF10.... you cant go wrong with those, ( unless they wont fit you properly) :)

post #18 of 24

That is the one!

post #19 of 24
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Originally Posted by Sylaw View Post
 

Go with the TF10.... you cant go wrong with those, ( unless they wont fit you properly) :)

You have some nice IEMs, how do the TF10s compare to the W4, Klipsch S4, X10i, and SE215?

post #20 of 24
The Klipsch X10 will be a good choice, but be careful with the cables especially with the strain relief near the jack. TF10 is good too but I'm not a fan of the fit or the size. Another thing to take note is that the S4 is a dynamic driver which has much muddier bass. So if you're a bass head moving up to BA might lack the "punch".
post #21 of 24
For toyopl, you might want to demo Klipsch X4i, it sounds really warm, maybe you might like it?
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by tehsprayer View Post
 

You have some nice IEMs, how do the TF10s compare to the W4, Klipsch S4, X10i, and SE215?

Thank you :) .  TF10 is pretty sparkly sounding and bass is pretty hard hitting [ "V" Shape SQ] compared to w4's. no wonder since westone 4's are quite liner..  i'd say that these IEM's are the best go to pair when it comes to Rock/Electronic music :)They do have an amazing soundstage as well, that beats the X10i's and 215; but somewhat similar  to the westone 4's.. As for this comparison i suggest you to forget about the SE215. since they are a low end product. and remember the stock cable that comes with the TF10 is a Bitch! so you need to get a 3rd party breaded cable for daily usage.  Go for the TF10's


Edited by Sylaw - 11/13/13 at 7:26pm
post #23 of 24
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Thank you smily_headphones1.gif .  TF10 is pretty sparkly sounding and bass is pretty hard hitting compared to w4's. no wonder since westone 4's are quite liner..  i'd say that these IEM's are the best go to pair when it comes to Rock/Electronic music :)They do have an amazing soundstage as well, that beats the X10i's and 215; but somewhat similar  to the westone 4's.. As for this comparison i suggest you to forget about the SE215. since they are a low end product. and remember the stock cable that comes with the TF10 is a Bitch! so you need to get a 3rd party breaded cable for daily usage.  Go for the TF10's

how do the tf10s compare to the re-400?
post #24 of 24
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how do the tf10s compare to the re-400?

For me its a question about whether to choose vanilla or chocolate ;) I'd say RE400 is a great iem and very natural sounding. for 99$ you cant ask more. but TF10's are pretty colored and very fun sounding. It depends on every ones preference. so if u love a fun signature go For the TF10's or if u want a great entry level natural sounding IEM RE400's are there for you. wait... what sorta music do u listen to?

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