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Looking for new in ear headphones..

post #1 of 7
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I'm looking for a pair of new in-ear headphones for general use. Don't have a strict budget but I'd like to keep it under 100AUD. So far I've come across Audiofly AF56 and Shure SE215 but not sure which ones better for me, or if there's anything else to recommend. Rock's probably the main thing I listen to but I'm cool with a lot of genres, usually just on an android. Any ideas?

post #2 of 7

If you're in Australia then why not Audiofly? Their sound is excellent for the money.

 

Mind you, the SE215 is good for rock too - the Shures have a thicker cable if you've generally had cable issues before.

 

Have you noticed anything irritating about your previous in-ears? This might offer a clue as to what you like within the sound.

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post #3 of 7
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Yea I wasn't sure how well they were compared to shure tho, and previously I've just had cheap earphones.

Currently I've got Sony MDR EX15, which sounds decent for the budget I had at the time, but I suppose I'd like something more durable and impressive. I got a bit of noise from the cable, which I'd like to minimize too.

post #4 of 7

Sounds like the Shures may be up your street as cable noise is reduced with the way they are worn - but the the Audioflys can be worn like that too.

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post #5 of 7
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Are there any others you recommend?

post #6 of 7
Rha ma750 and yamaha eph100
post #7 of 7

You could always go down bit in price - actually the AF33 is pretty amazing for the asking price.

 

I really like the Shure SE112 but that's just me, nice and comfy in more ways than one. This one's if you generally get bothered by too much high-freq energy in the mix.

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