IEMs for about £100

Discussion in 'Portable Headphones & Earphones' started by Ali, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. Ali

    Ali New Member

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    Hello Chaps,

    Looking to replace my Shure Se110 which i have had for a few years and have now died. They've been functional without being impressive, but did the job so can't really complain.

    Need to get a new set of headphones, with a bit of an upgrade.

    Things you might want to know:

    - Willing to spend somewhere in the £70 to £130 range (or more if someone tells me that I really really need to...).
    - Will be using them mostly either on the tube, at the gym or running.
    - Listen to wide range of music (but with guitar-based bias if I'm honest).
    - Also tend to listen to quite a lot of podcasts.

    Was going to be a bit boring and plump for whatever Bose had to offer, but eventually thought I should do some homework first.

    Any recommendations?

    Cheers,
    Ali
     
  2. ROB_GTR

    ROB_GTR New Member

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    for a guitar bias and from what little i know the Phonak PFE's are a good choice and within the budget you have set yourself!

    sure the experts will be along soon to help out
     
  3. iMarco

    iMarco New Member

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    i'd go for the Klipsch Image S4i. Great sound quality, and will stay within your budget.
     
  4. Shaun-HiFi

    Shaun-HiFi Administrator Staff Member

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    IEMs earphones for £100

    At around the £100 point the Phonak Audeo PFE 012 is well worth considering. Loads more clarity than the Klipsch Image S4 (or S4i) and a way more comfortable in-ear fit.

    The Bose IEMs are really very disappointing. Lots of bass, not much accuracy and many people find they fall out of their ears!
     
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