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Thinking about iems...

post #1 of 9
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I'm not very satisfied with my shure se215, and I was considering some other iems under $200. I'm looking for some simple and everyday kind of iem, unlike the se215. I've been looking at the Yamaha eph100 (which dropped to about $100 on Amazon). It would be nice to get something easily found in stores as well. I considered the monster turbine pro gold because best buy has them ; (turned out not at any locations near me). Any suggestions on good iems that are common in stores or support for the Yamahas? I listen primarily to rock music, and I like to get a good kick from the drums and feel the thickness of the bass without tainting the purity of the sound.
post #2 of 9

If you can get them to fit properly in your ear, get a UE TF10 (Triple-fi 10 (pro)). They're awesome for rock and have awesome bass. They use 2 low BA's and one high BA, so they're a little V-Shaped in their sound signature. The quality of sound you get from them for the ~$160 price they go for in the classifieds is awesome. I highly recommend them.

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Originally Posted by cCasper TFG View Post

If you can get them to fit properly in your ear, get a UE TF10 (Triple-fi 10 (pro)). They're awesome for rock and have awesome bass. They use 2 low BA's and one high BA, so they're a little V-Shaped in their sound signature. The quality of sound you get from them for the ~$160 price they go for in the classifieds is awesome. I highly recommend them.
Hmm, I'm not too sure if I would want to go for used, especially since IEMs go in the person's ears. If I were to go for a used pair, I'd do it through something more secure such as amazon. I will consider a used pair.
post #4 of 9

I'd recommend the Dunu DN1000.

post #5 of 9
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I'd recommend the Dunu DN1000.
+1
post #6 of 9
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I'd recommend the Dunu DN1000.
They have good bass?
post #7 of 9

They have a dynamic driver in them as well as a BA driver, so they should have good bass. I don't know from experience though.

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Originally Posted by curtisngl View Post

They have good bass?

Absolutely. Deep, textured bass with good extension without muddiness
post #9 of 9
Thread Starter 
I'll give them a good look, thanks
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