I was wondering what all is out there regarding some really good sound quality when it comes to in-ears? I've been reading around on what's good, and I've came across these in-ears so far... Well, they sound interestingly good according to people.
- Etymotic HF5's (Initially came across the MC5's, but I soon stumbled upon the HF5's and read that they're much clearer)
- Rockit Sounds R-50
I can't remember any other notable in-ears I came across. That's all I can remember for now.
About Me: I really don't know how to accurately word what I like to hear when it comes to headphones, but I don't like muddy and unclear sound. I don't like thin sound either, but that's not to get it confused with sound clarity because I love having top-notch clarity and detail. I don't like a lot of bass, and I don't like the absence of bass either. I like hearing bass, but I don't listen to music for the "heavy bass effect". This is from someone who listens to a pair of HD 380 PROs nearly every day. I like my HD 380 PROs because they sound neutral, clear, crisp, and full.
I would also like to ask how to get the most sound clarity and performance out of my computer. I'm on a Windows 7 PC with an EVGA X58 SLI3 motherboard. Any, and/or all known tips will be greatly appreciated! If you have any tips on enhancing audio quality out my phone it would be nice as well. HTC EVO 4G LTE with Android 4.1.1. Thanks people.