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What would be considered a good "hard work" iem?

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For working in difficult places, on a job where they could get snipped accidentally and/or go through heavy work, movement...

This means a good sound quality to price ratio. Any suggestions?

No specific genre as I couldn't say a genre I'd listen to any more than the other.

I don't really see "headphone life span" or cable strength in any reviews so far.

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Originally Posted by Mach Supremacy View Post

For working in difficult places, on a job where they could get snipped accidentally and/or go through heavy work, movement...

This means a good sound quality to price ratio. Any suggestions?

No specific genre as I couldn't say a genre I'd listen to any more than the other.

I don't really see "headphone life span" or cable strength in any reviews so far.

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price range?

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I would say a cheap user-replaceable cable is essential, no?

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I would say a cheap user-replaceable cable is essential, no?

i would say it would be. like the se215 those would be something i would say.

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You would be hard-pressed to find a better IEM with replaceable cables then the SE 215.

The Weststone W series are also excellent with their strong Braided cables.
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You would be hard-pressed to find a better IEM with replaceable cables then the SE 215.

The Weststone W series are also excellent with their strong Braided cables.

this is very true, but to get the rc westone your goingt o pay a bit more than the se215

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this is very true, but to get the rc westone your goingt o pay a bit more than the se215

Even their non replaceable models which are cheaper sound great and are still well built.
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