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IEMs: upgrading from Senn CX300IIs

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Hi everyone, I'm looking for some new IEMs to replace my old Sennheiser CX300-IIs (which have been part-broken for some time now) for under $150 or so. I listen largely to a reasonably wide range of genres, but especially modern and 70s prog rock, and classical. I generally liked the CX300s, and while bass is definitely very important, I don't need it to be overbearing (I don't really listen to bassy electronic genres), and I don't think I would need too much more than the CX300s had. Some IEMs I've seen in this range that might be alright include the AT IM70s, and the Shure 215s (though I've seen comments that they lack treble). Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

 

(I know there's another thread or two about IEMs in this range on this subforum, but I figured given different tastes, a different thread would be fine.)

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if your worried about the 215's lacking in treble and are looking for good treble extension with good bass presence that isnt overwhelming i would highly recommend the yamaha eph 100's. they are right around the hundred dollar mark and to me are the best iem i own in that price range. i prefer them to my senn ie7 (which were quite a bit more expensive actually) and vsonic gr07's. They handle all genres very well. hope this helps you in your decision.. good luck!

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Theres also the rha ma750
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