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I'm getting a new pair of earphones tomorrow and I have no idea which one should I get. I'm thinking of getting Sennheiser or maybe Sony. My budget is around $150.

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http://www.head-fi.org/t/541204/concise-multi-iem-comparison-final-update-march-1st-2013
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Originally Posted by tastycaramel View Post

I'm getting a new pair of earphones tomorrow and I have no idea which one should I get. I'm thinking of getting Sennheiser or maybe Sony. My budget is around $150.

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UE TF10,SHURE SE215 are 2 within the budget you might have to search to get the uetf10 at 150 but it can be done

post #4 of 12
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Those look pretty good but are they available in Singapore?

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Those look pretty good but are they available in Singapore?

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The Shure SE215 are available in Singapore and within your budget. 


Edited by leinadhok - 1/25/14 at 11:25am
post #6 of 12
Try re400
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Originally Posted by robert123wr View Post

Try re400

Avoid at all costs. Great sound horrific build quality. Two pairs sofar both dead. I don't know why people don't suggest the HF3 or HF5 a lot. Find it very competent against the RE400.
post #8 of 12
What kind of music do you listen to ? I would recommend Audio Technica CK90Pro MK2 - comfortable, quite detailed. HF5 is a good choice if you are looking for an analytical earphone.
post #9 of 12

Etymotic HF5 is a good choice. Very neutral response and great sound isolation. The HF3 is similar and includes a microphone for use with Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod.

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Etymotic HF5 is a good choice. Very neutral response and great sound isolation. The HF3 is similar and includes a microphone for use with Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod.

i have the hf2 for sale. lol shameless plug....but no, they are both the same like bms said, just difference in phone/ipod useage. the hf5 doesnt have the mic or buttons, the hf2 does, but both have same sound.

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i have the hf2 for sale. lol shameless plug....but no, they are both the same like bms said, just difference in phone/ipod useage. the hf5 doesnt have the mic or buttons, the hf2 does, but both have same sound.

HF2 is made for use with Android, Blackberry, and Windows phones. HF3 is for Apple devices. I believe it is the configuration of the microphone controls. Sonically, all three (HF2, HF3, and HF5) should be similar (if not identical) in terms of sound quality and noise isolation.

 

Cheers... Brian

post #12 of 12
Mc3 Also Works For The Ipod .....I Have Tried The hf2 and hf5 they sound completely the same both are excellent
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