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Yamaha EPH-100 upgrade over Klipsch S4i??

post #1 of 5
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Hi all,

 

I've recently come to the conclusion that my ears are designed for IEMS, as I find over-ears too uncomfortable. I have used the S4i's for a couple of years and in that time have bought a few pairs of over-ears but kept going back to IEMS. So now is time to upgrade. I've found the Yamaha EPH-100 at a good price and I think they would suit what I want them for, however I am wondering if they are a worthwhile upgrade over the S4i's??

 

Any advice would be welcome, cheers!

post #2 of 5

They're a huge improvement over the klipsch in every aspect except for the fit. EPH100 has fit issues.

 

How much are you considering buying them for?

What music do you listen to?

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 

I listen mostly to electronica, rock, some jazz. I like bass but don't consider myself a basshead......

post #4 of 5

They're awesome! It's exactly what you are looking for! These would be my go to IEMS if they weren't stolen :( sigh Buy Buy Buy~!

 

The sub-bass resolution is outstanding!

 

Ant

post #5 of 5

The EPH100 is excellent for electronica, and may be good for some types of jazz, but I didn't find it suitable for rock. Soundstage was too 'intimate' or 'thick'. 

 

Still, its better than the klipsch for all three genres.

 

You could indulge in a different kind of sound with the TDK BA200.

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