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Offline willndmb

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Re: IEM re-cable?
« Reply #15 on: December 05, 2014, 07:31:17 PM »
I have some shure se215. They have replacable cables and I like the fit/sound. I don't use them a ton or anything so for me they are great, if you use them a lot or are a musician then you might want better ones but for the price they are great IMO
Mics - AKG ck61/ck63 (c480b & Naiant actives), SP-BMC-2
XLR Cables - Silver Path w/Darktrain stubbies
Interconnect Cables - Dogstar (XLR), Darktrain (RCA > 1/8) (1/8 > 1/8), and Kind Kables (1/8f > 1/4)
Preamps - Naiant Littlebox & Tinybox
Recorders - PCM-M10 & DR-60D

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Re: IEM re-cable?
« Reply #16 on: December 05, 2014, 08:51:36 PM »
tonedeaf: totally agree about getting detachable cables. I bought these back in 2009, and I don't remember if it was an option, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't. If I drop as much as I did on these again, I'll be looking at that feature closely.

willndmb: you're not the first to recommend those. I will add them to my shortlist if I'm in the market.

Have you guys checked out wirecutter.com? Their reviews are generally well written (for the most part). They don't take endorsements and make their money from Amazon links. Here are all their headphone reviews:

http://thewirecutter.com/leaderboard/headphones/

I haven't listened to any of their picks. Have any of you?


 

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