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looking for most linear frequency in ears

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Hi,

 

i am looking for a pair of in ear headphones which sound as linear as possible.

I got the klipsch x10 two years ago and they are not bad, but they have still a peak in the higher frequencies. I was using them for over 2 years and of course a few days after the warranty run out my head phones got a loose contact.

 

Is there anything similar or better in comparison to the klipsch x10 maybe with a better build quality? (Thought about the UE)

 

 

Thank you in advance. Jan

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Shure se535 is really smooth sounding. There's also the stagediver sd2, which i hear is quite smooth but detailed.

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ER4S and its variants.

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ER4S and its variants.

Agreed.

I have the ER4P. Very linear.

You might also look into the Rokit R50.
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