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Subject: Re: Etitmotic
I use the ER6i's and they have a better sensitivity than the ER6's so
they require less driving (hence longer battery life). Unlike Rob, I
love the ER6i's but they do take a bit of getting used to. I use the
3 flange rubber ear tips and they need to be fitted pretty snugly. If
there's any gap, the sound is a bit lightweight.
On 04/05/06, Rob Powell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> HI rocker, the .I suffix to all the models indicate that they've been
> maximised for use in things like portable MP3 players, personal CD's etc.
> There's a .p suffix too, which I think means that they're for studio use.
> The Ir4's are the more expensive range, - I've tried both, and the IR6's
> aren't that much different to be honest. There is a difference though, and
> I've not tried them with an iriver MP3 player, which in my humble opinion
> has much better sound reproduction than the Archos units. It's also worth
> looking at the B&O and Shore (excuse the spelling if not correct), before
> you buy. I bought a pair of IR6's, and didn't like them, and have settled
> on the Senheiser noise guard 'phones, (the number is 300 but I can't
> remember the suffix).
> Hope that lot helps,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
> Behalf Of Rocker
> Sent: 04 May 2006 01:53
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Etitmotic
> Hi yall audio files out there!
> What is the difference between the ER 6, the ER 6I,
> and the ER 4?
> the specs don't seem to be much different between them all but the price
> between the two series is quite dramatic.
> I want something with good Bass and treble along with superior isolation.
> Thanks for your thoughts...rocker
Received on Thu May 4 11:42:37 2006
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