Since I'm looking for a good IEM's that work well with my 7G iPod nano, 4G iPod touch and iPhone 6, I have interest in the models mentioned in the subject title header. Are they alternatives in the same price range that is better? And not require the need for a portable headphone amplifier?
While I am very interested in a portable amp for a headphone, I need to ask this question: does anyone make a portable amp with the in-line iPhone/iPod compatible inline controls on the amp box itself, one that can adjust the volume, start/stop and skip tracks on the Apple device itself? If...
Ray Rivera New York Times website June 27, 2009 Read the full article here (may need user registration) Quote: My wife and I were on a crowded 1 train last year when a young red-headed woman turned to the woman seated next to her, who was playing her iPod way too loud. “Hey...
While the UE Super.fi 3 Studio is potentially a really good IEM, I have one major gripe: it takes way too much fiddling around to get a decent fit in my ear even with the UE foam tips. I'm seriously considering getting a set of Comply Foam T-500 tips and see will that improve the fit in my...
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- Forum: Portable Headphones, Earphones and In-Ear Monitors
I have a first cousin who recently got a refurbished 5.5G iPod video 80 GB and wants to know what good in-ear monitor (IEM) he can get for at maximum US$100. He's narrowed it down to these choices: Etymotic Research ER-6i Shure SE110 Ultimate Ears metro.fi 2 Ultimate Ears super.fi 3...