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What's you favorite IEM atm?

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I currently owned the JVC HA-FR201, and the a few other cheap models, but these stand out for me. Nice boomy bass with mids and highs still present. I'm just curious to hear your replies :p 

Take what I said back, the JVC's have been bumped down! The Shure SE215 are my new favorites, the bass is VERY good. Deep with nice extension. The mids are FANTASTIC. The highs seemed to be a tad bit rolled off but that's not much of an issue, they're still present. The sound signature is nice and the multiple accessories are a plus! 


Edited by FunkDrummer - 1/27/14 at 11:58am
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Brainwavz Delta and S1
post #3 of 10

Dunu DN1000 and TDK BA200. The perfect pair.

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I've got a pair of BA200's on the way that I'm very curious to hear. 

 

Right now I've been listening to the TDK IE800, which I compare to Grado RS-1 in IEM form.  It can be terrific on some music and very poor on anything with peaky treble.  Arcade Fire's Reflektor is intoxicating with the IE800 while Mars Volta's Amputechture is awful. 

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Ba 200 pair with sony walkman/jds labs c5.happy ears.
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JVC FX-800 and Audio-Technica CK100, both brilliant and having almost opposite sound sigs both of them cover all genres of music, or at least ones I listen to.

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TDK BA200

 

Though I would carry an LG QuadBeat if I am not carrying a bag

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Sony live sound mh1 and RHA MA 750i , smooth highs and mids, massive in the sub bass, love them.

post #9 of 10

Sony H3. The £212 asking price goes a very very very very very very looooooooooooooong way.

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Etymotic  ER4PT

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