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Recommendation for a new IEM?

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Hi everyone, pretty sure I just had my Shure SE425 stolen so I'll have to buy a new one. Lasted 2 years, was a good buy.

 

I was hoping to spend anywhere from $150-300 CDN. 

Isolation doesn't have to be 100% but enough that I can enjoy my music on a bus ride even when there are constant ambience/sounds all around me. Comfort is a must however.

My music preference varies quite a bit, I like to listen from deep house, trance to metal and rock. I would like to have a punchy yet controlled bass that isn't overpowering/muddy and doesn't distort/affect clarity of the instruments since I like to pick out specific sounds/melodies (clear and  . Don't really want it to sound flat and boring. I like it when you can practically immerse yourself in the music.

 

If anyone here wants more info please ask.

 

Thanks.

 

Edit: Was looking around and the RHA MA-750 seemed like a good candidate. Do you guys here think that IEM would be a nice match to the preferences I have?


Edited by ceapy - 5/31/14 at 1:45am
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DN1000 or move up to DN2000 take a look at the reviews. Just so you know I'm a sucker for the tec they use:wink_face:

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