>Requesting purchase advice:
>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
I think I got everything.
Can someone recommend me the cheapest IEMs that sound good? I want to use them with my phone when i'm outside and i don't want to risk losing or breaking something really expensive when i'm not home.
Who /KZ-ATE/ here?
I would like to give you advice but I will stay away from doing that, I learned my lesson. Whatever people will advice you here, someone will shit on your opinion. You are better of searching on your own. Dont take advice from random anons, most will only troll you with meme shit.
Id say look for iems that has detachable thick cables. At least you can replace only the cable itself if you use them so roughly. So dar, the se215 served me well.
>what's your music preferences?
Superlux hd668b or Superlux hd681b?
What's the better choice and are they much different? 681 seems slightly cheaper but the difference is small. I had a chance to use this model before and really liked it, is 668 an improvement?
Try to persuade me that the Pioneer SE Master 1 isn't the best open headphone in production now.
protip: you can't
Always being curious about the T90, does it sound similar to the DT880?
the left side of my sony free hands give me little electric shocks to my ear while pluged on my pc, why is that?
Can someone please recommend me some cheap/mid-range in ear headphones.
I mostly listen to electronic or music with alot of sub bass..
Please help...I've already looked at the Sony MdR-EX15LP...
Hey m8, how is the sound on the SE215?
I had a pair of old crappy Sonys I bought in some hypermarket, but damn they proved to be quite decent and durable. But they got so dirty at this point they're beyond saving, even though I cleaned them regularly.
I never had quality IEMs, so I'm thinking now is the time to stop buying cheap shit that breaks or has bad sound quality. I'm thinking the se215 should be some good entry-level quality ones.
I listen to lots of indie rock/pop/folk, EDM, some house, some classics. I like sound which is rich in bass and highs, not a big fan of mids.
I'm usually using IEMs a few hours per day continuously. I'll probably use them in game too.
Are the se215 a good choice for that?
Even brighter. The midrange might be somewhat more even than my old DT 880, but the treble peak is sharper.
I guess it is like DT 990 with less bass boost
How is the audio project coming along?
SE215 is bass heavy.