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Coppers > RE0 > S4 > ER6i > PL30 >>> SE115
JH16 > UM3X > TF10 > UM2 > UE700 > UE SF4 > Shure SCL2 > lotsa other cheapies
i found the ue700 and sf4 too sibilant for my sensitive hearing
re0 > ue 5pro > ue 4 > se210
X5>ADDIEM with quite a margin.
Here are mine:
cx300 II > S4 > MetroFi170 > PL30 > stock Creative ones > Sony MDR-E10LP > iPod ones
I am in the minority - but I like my cx300 IIs more than the S4s, but I am new and may have a crappy ear for sound. My fav set up though is my Soundmagic PL30s with fiio amp (with bass boost) with rock boxed Fuze with bass and treble bumped up.
CK10 > RE0 > PL50 > CK7 => CKM50 > UHP336 > Metro.Fi 2
Audio-Technica ck100 = Earsonics SM3 > HiFiMenRe0 > Klipsch Image x10 > Ortofon e-Q7 > Shure SE530 > HiFiMen ReZero > Monster Turbine Pro Gold > Sleek Audio SA6 > UE triple fi 10 > Shure SE420 > Sennheiser ie8.
I am owner of ck100, SM3, Re0, ReZero,x10, Shure530, MTPG, UE triple10. Others I've heard and compared with my headphones for quite long time.
I love extreme music like hardcore, deathcore, noise. Also I listen trance and Lara Fabian)))
Sennheiser IE8 > Westone 3 > Shure SE530 > Triple.fi 10 Pro > Sleek SA6 > Klipsch X10 > Sony E888 (not really an IEM though) > various low-end buds including CX300/400/EP630 etc.
The IE8 get me most involved, that's what does it for me.
Westone ES3X > Triple.fi 10 pro > SE310 > SE115 > apple headphone
FA DBA-02 = RE0 >Sony MDR-EX300LP = UE Superfi 5 pro>>Philips SHE-9850>stock from ipod nano, cowon S9
I like analytical phones that's why DBA-02 and Re0 are my tops.
I find the Superfi too warm sounding for my taste and lacks trebble. Philips is worse and I regret buying it.
Will be getting the Fischer audio eterna v.2 and Etymotic mc3 soon...hopefully ill enjoy them
Hi. am just curious why RE0 sounds better than ER-4p to you
DBA-02 > PFE 112 > SE530 > W2 > Eterna v.1 > UM3X > TF10 > SCL2 > SHE9500 > SE210
MC5 >= RE0 > SCL4 > Thinksound Rain >= CK7 = Klipsch S4 > Shure SCL3 > Meelec M9 > Nuforce NE-7M > Senn CX300II > CX300.
Not a ton of experience, but here goes what I can remember...