I am after a pair of IEMs for portable music. Majority of music listened to is classical. I was thinking of Etymotic ER4XRs but for a similar (UK) price there is the Shure SE535.
IEMs for small size (so I can carry them around in a pocket to be used on a whim) and superior ambient noise suppresion.
I prefer the ergonomics of the Shures as the Ety's just stick out ffrom your ears and I can't image using them in bed, for example, where any idea of turning onto one side is impractical. Also the Ety's have a reputation for having a shallow and narrow soundstage which is not ideal for classical (just my view).
So, comments please.
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Topic - Shure SE535 for classical music? - PAR 07:25:32 04/20/17 (1)
- RE: Shure SE535 for classical music? - dadbar 12:09:50 05/16/17 (0)