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Best IEMs for $150

Take a look at some of the Chi-Fi iems, $30 KZ ZS5 outperform SE215 and SE535 even depending on who you ask.

 

Take a look at Super Audio 2BA +2DD, they're $149 flat and are pretty damn amazing.

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I'm in the market for a new pair of IEMs, i prefer a more warm sound with a bit of additional bass.

 

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8 minutes ago, Kobathor said:

Shure SE215 Special Edition 

I accept anybody telling me that I am wrong.

Can you link me the special edition, because i can not find it in europe.

BTW i heard that there's a flaw with this model, the "sound tube" is known for breaking, is that true?

 

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25 minutes ago, Gamman said:

Can you link me the special edition, because i can not find it in europe.

BTW i heard that there's a flaw with this model, the "sound tube" is known for breaking, is that true?

 

The tube is made of plastic, so it can break more easily than tubes made of metal. I've owned a pair for over a year and have never had a problem. Just don't step on them and you'll be fine.

Give me a link to your local Amazon (if you have one.) Also, the Special Editions are regular SE215s with added bass and that's about it. They might be much more expensive than the regular ones in your country, so they might not be worth it.

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16 hours ago, Gamman said:

Can you link me the special edition, because i can not find it in europe.

BTW i heard that there's a flaw with this model, the "sound tube" is known for breaking, is that true?

 

The special edition is blue,  so if you see a blue pair of SE215's then they are the special edition. It does not seem like the German or English Amazon has them, but even the normal se215's are quite warm sounding with a good amount of bass (too much for me) 


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Take a look at some of the Chi-Fi iems, $30 KZ ZS5 outperform SE215 and SE535 even depending on who you ask.

 

Take a look at Super Audio 2BA +2DD, they're $149 flat and are pretty damn amazing.


my money is now all stolen from audio

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 20.07.2017 at 2:45 PM, Gofspar said:

Take a look at some of the Chi-Fi iems, $30 KZ ZS5 outperform SE215 and SE535 even depending on who you ask.

 

Take a look at Super Audio 2BA +2DD, they're $149 flat and are pretty damn amazing.

sorry i was kinda hang up on everything, but thanks.

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