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in ear headphones

post #1 of 3
Thread Starter 
Hello,
I've been looking around for a while for in ear headphones and I found the klipsch s4. their sound is very good and wide but all the complains i heard about them was that they broke easily. This was caused by the poor build quality to keep them at this price point. What I'm looking for is a pair of headphones, that is a bit more durable and can last me longer. I heard good things about sennheiser (i have sennheiser HD 598 myself), but I really never tried out the in ear ones. Other good brands?
It would be okay to spend a bit more, something around 80-100$/€, but at least I would have a pair of earbuds which would last me longer. The music I listen to is metal, so extreme bass is not needed like in hip hop or techno.
Thanks for your time!
post #2 of 3
You could get some in ear monitors.

Sennheiser IE 4 or IE 60
Shure SE215-BK or SE215-CL

I haven't head them but I'm guessing they sound good since they are made for in ear monitoring.
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Thread Starter 
Bose? i heard that bose are unbalanced (too much bass) and overpriced. About the shures: i already have a pair, but i don't like how the cable goes over the ear. And the left one broke btw (thats why i need new ones)
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