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Need IEMs for ~1k

Techguy

In the zone
Music: Trance, House, Techno,Tech-House (Not too much big-room/commercial bass heavy EDM) Lower mids are important, and so are highs :lol:

Travel by bus; besides the noise they sometimes decide to play music there :-x ; so good noise isolation is something I need.

Mic/ Volume control not required compulsorily , but wouldn't mind it as it's a useful feature.
 
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Techguy

In the zone
Similar requirements...

BTW can you share the directory listing of your trance collection

Haha! I don't really have an archive; I just listen to old sets. Don't even download tracks/ sets: fidn stuff online and stream it.
Checkout 1001tracklists.com , mixesdb.com, cuenation and mixcloud. Youtube too.

It's mostly pre-2005 trance, when trance was really good. Sort according to date on these sites adn find your stuff.
 
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Techguy

In the zone
They are if you can get one coz most of the people jump of the train when it comes to new brands.

I don't mind buying them even if the brand in new, but I need IEMs with good noise isolation. That's why I've been asking for KZ ATE vs ED9 vs Piston3.
Was hoping someone could compare them.
 

$hadow

Geek in making
I don't mind buying them even if the brand in new, but I need IEMs with good noise isolation. That's why I've been asking for KZ ATE vs ED9 vs Piston3.
Was hoping someone could compare them.

We are here to help man and if a fellow member has suggested you something you should stick with that choice and do your research accordingly. KZ is a good option to look for.
 
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Techguy

In the zone
We are here to help man and if a fellow member has suggested you something you should stick with that choice and do your research accordingly. KZ is a good option to look for.

Thanks a lot for helping. A forum member recommended the KZ ED9, but I was just trying to find out a bit more about sound and noise isolation.
 

$hadow

Geek in making
Thanks a lot for helping. A forum member recommended the KZ ED9, but I was just trying to find out a bit more about sound and noise isolation.

just go for it I am certain you will enjoy it. And also a lot of noise cancellation is something which I kind of oppose. It makes you unaware of the surroundings which is not always good except on the condition that your girl friend is shouting on you :mrgreen:
 
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Techguy

In the zone
just go for it I am certain you will enjoy it. And also a lot of noise cancellation is something which I kind of oppose. It makes you unaware of the surroundings which is not always good except on the condition that your girl friend is shouting on you :mrgreen:

:mrgreen:
 

braindead

Bankaiiiii
Music: Trance, House, Techno,Tech-House (Not too much big-room/commercial bass heavy EDM) Lower mids are important, and so are highs :lol:

Travel by bus; besides the noise they sometimes decide to play music there :-x ; so good noise isolation is something I need.

Mic/ Volume control not required compulsorily , but wouldn't mind it as it's a useful feature.

You can also try House of marley's "Smile jamaica".

It looks really really and the build quality is the best in its price range.
It also has a mic with button controls for music.

Most reviews said it is very high on bass but i found it to be just okay.
No distortion on high volumes which i really liked.
 

SaiyanGoku

kamehameha!!
You can also try House of marley's "Smile jamaica".

It looks really really and the build quality is the best in its price range.
It also has a mic with button controls for music.

Most reviews said it is very high on bass but i found it to be just okay.
No distortion on high volumes which i really liked.

How's the build quality compared to Mi's Piston 3?
 
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Techguy

In the zone
You can also try House of marley's "Smile jamaica".

It looks really really and the build quality is the best in its price range.
It also has a mic with button controls for music.

Most reviews said it is very high on bass but i found it to be just okay.
No distortion on high volumes which i really liked.

How's the noise isolation? Sound / noise isolation compared to Piston2 /3 KZ earphones?
 
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