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$150-300 V-Shaped IEMs?

post #1 of 7
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trying to look for an IEM with an aggressive v-shape with super emphasised mid bass and treble in this price range.

 

since you guys have a lot of exposure to different equipment, would you mind helping me out with suggestions?

 

i am a big fan of vsonic gr02 BE.

 

i was considering the dunu dn1000, but read that the treble wasn't as emphasised on that IEM.

post #2 of 7
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Originally Posted by takutox View Post
 

trying to look for an IEM with an aggressive v-shape with super emphasised mid bass and treble in this price range.

 

since you guys have a lot of exposure to different equipment, would you mind helping me out with suggestions?

 

i am a big fan of vsonic gr02 BE.

 

i was considering the dunu dn1000, but read that the treble wasn't as emphasised on that IEM.

 

Got a bunch of suggestions of V-shaped IEMs here:

  • AtomicFloyd SuperDarts
  • Heir Audio 3.Ai
  • Westone W3*
  • T-Peos H-200
  • V-Moda Vibrato
  • UE TF10*

 

I've heard the majority of them except for the ones that are denoted with a *. 

post #3 of 7

Phonak PFE 232 second hand or black friday earphonesolutions may be in your budget, otherwise FX700 are quite nice.

post #4 of 7

+1 on the SuperDarts and H-200

 

Heir 3.Ai's treble is too laid back, and not really an aggressive V-shaped

 

Also consider the JVC woodies, or FXZ1000

post #5 of 7

TF10 is awesome but if you want SERIOUS V-shape, the W3 has more emphasized bass and treble. The mids are pretty recessed, though.


Edited by Gilly87 - 3/18/14 at 6:19am
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Originally Posted by Gilly87 View Post
 

TF10 is awesome but if you want SERIOUS V-shape, the W3 has more emphasized bass and treble. The mids are pretty recessed, though.

 

W3 is no more V-shaped than TF10 I don't think, in fact, with standard cable I think TF10's midrange is a bit more recessed compared to W3, I owned both for quite a long time

post #7 of 7
As have I. With the W3 its as much about the upper bass being so overwhelming that it obscures the mids. The TF10 had a less detailed midrange than the W3, but I do think instruments and vocals are a bit more prominent at appropriate listening levels, especially compared to the bass.
Edited by Gilly87 - 3/19/14 at 9:57am
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