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Se215 Alternative?

post #1 of 6
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What are some better IEMs for overall listening? 

 

Price range: $60- $120 although less would be preferable

 

Things I've been looking at : Westone um pro 10, Etymotic mc5 (Mainly because I wanted to try their isolation), and the Sennheiser Momentum.

 

All opinions are welcome. 

post #2 of 6
Wow, I'm really surprised that no one has made any suggestions in 6 hours.
As for me, the RHA ma750 is my reccomendation. Good bass with emphasis on the sub bass, great sound stage, instrument seperation, and wonderful clarity. Only one drawback, they take a super long burn in. Yes, like a fine wine, they can only get better as they age.
Oh and they're built like a tank, have a 3 year warranty.
post #3 of 6
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Funny you should mention the RHA 750 being a tank, because my friend actually has a pair and he has destroyed them. They actually sound really great, but in the past 6 hours I've come to realize I want to stick toward s the 60 range and I want something that is good for walking. Meaning the etymonics are out: I imagine them being terrible for anything other than sitting down, but correct me if I am wrong. Also right now I think the RE 400 are my main candidate 

post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by locke9342 View Post

Funny you should mention the RHA 750 being a tank, because my friend actually has a pair and he has destroyed them. They actually sound really great, but in the past 6 hours I've come to realize I want to stick toward s the 60 range and I want something that is good for walking. Meaning the etymonics are out: I imagine them being terrible for anything other than sitting down, but correct me if I am wrong. Also right now I think the RE 400 are my main candidate 
Well your friend has a gift I suppose. I on the other hand have managed to have them catch on everything from a door handle to my shoe. They have held up well so far.
In that price range:

I can't help you son.
post #5 of 6
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Originally Posted by PL4Y3R 0N3 View Post


Well your friend has a gift I suppose. I on the other hand have managed to have them catch on everything from a door handle to my shoe. They have held up well so far.
In that price range:

I can't help you son.

Yea... he's not the best example, but at least you tried unlike everyone else. Shots fired/ bump 

post #6 of 6
The re-400 sound great. I just had a really hard time getting a seal with them.
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