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Etymotic Research ER2XR扩展响应高性能入耳式耳机（可分离的动态驱动器，噪声隔离，高精度，稳健的低频）
- 35+ dB 的外部噪音隔离
The ER2XR provides impactful bass response while maintaining the clarity in the midrange and highs that Etymotic is known for. The ER2XR offers Etymotic’s renowned isolation featuring a variety of eartips to provide 35dB+ of noise reduction so you will hear the detail buried in the mix without raising the volume to compensate for ambient noise. The high performance dynamic drivers in the ER2XR can satisfy the in-ear monitoring needs of musicians, while appealing to more casual listeners who like a bit more presence of bass.
- 35 dB - 42 dB noise isolation
- Documented highest noise isolation of any earphones or headphones on the market today
- True high accuracy sound experience
- Metal earpieces with anodized finish
- Assortment of eartips for the perfect in-ear fit
- Detachable cables allow for easy replacement
- 35+ dB of natural external noise isolation
In The Box
- Detachable, 4-foot cable
- Foam and 3-flange ear tips
- Filter removal tool and filters
- Compact storage pouch
- Shirt clip
The Dunu is wonderfully coherent, but can get just ever so slightly hot in the upper treble regions, which can make things sometimes sound a little forced and artificial. The PP8, on the other hand, is more natural and also more neutral. So, as I said, the ER2XR fits in right between those 2 for me. It's got the coherency that I like about the Dunu, but a more natural signature which makes it shift more in the direction of the PP8, but with what feels like some added warmth.
Nothing feels overdone. The details are there, the bass remains in check and can give you a healthy kick when called upon. Sound stage does suffer a bit, though, but that's pretty much to be expected with a set of IEMs that require deep insertion. Noise isolation is excellent, but that too contributes to that narrower perception of the stereo image.
At a price of around $130 I really cannot recommend any other IEMs above these.
Westone 2, Westone 3, Westone 40, Westone 60
Shure 215, Shure 845
Ultimate ears (pre logitech) custom IEM (still have these), triplefi, superfi.5
With all the non-customs I have used every tip known to man.
I have owned an amp or 2.
I just got these ER2XR and I am blown away. Are they fun sounding? YES. Are they flat and accurate? NO. Do they sound great? Yes? Are they forgiving to recordings and devices? YES!!
If you want sound isolating IEMs that you will use straight out of your phone and will listen to 192 aac (itunes) or a step up from that (but still short of flac, etc) this is the best you can buy IMHO.
I just do not have it in me to go full boat any more. Buy that I mean a DAC, lossless files and maybe an amp. The difference during best case tests is just not that big to my nearly 50 year old ears. And if the recording is not great or source not perfect these blow away higher end gear. Truth is if you use all that high end stuff and the recording is not great it will suck every ounce of joy out of the song you might have once loved. These (and other mid level iems) will always remind you of why you loved a song. And still take your breath away from time to time.
Bass is strong but not 'Beats' level (which I find too much). I find bass powerful and alive. Mids are recessed a bit. As I said, it is a fun sound profile. Your U or V shape.
The form factor of these is great. My first pair of ETYs. You can get an easy seal that will not slowly pull out like many universal IEMs. They are tiny and that means you can have them along with headphone to lightning cable all in a tiny pouch or case that takes up no space.
The biggest downside by 1000x is these do not come with a mic or volume buttons. At this price point I think a lot of people are looking for a middle ground - critical listening sometimes and daily use which sometimes (unfortunately) requires talking on phone.
Beyerdynamics piercing treble on the DT990 pros, the veil from Sennheiser 600s without proper amplification, all Bose headphones I’ve used in general (SoundSport Ultra/True/etc).
This price for performance is something I haven’t seen since purchasing the Creative Labs Aurvana 1s.
I don’t want to sound as though the are without issues but...for the money, this is the best pair of IEMs I’ve ever had sub $500 mark.
Again, the sound quality is amazing. I hear clarity i've never heard before and i've had similarly priced headphones for years. Shure's, Yamaha, Grado, NAD, MHA, and these. They took a long time to burn in but the detail is incredible. I can hear everything. The one thing i find less than perfect is the sound signature. They're not forward. This is a personal preference, i want something that's more forward and in your face. These are still excellent, regardless. I listen to rock, metal, techno, basically anything with a guitar and distortion. They're smooth, detailed, but lack a little bit of bass. It works for me but a bass head is not going to like these.
Overall, sound quality, 5/5 but build quality is questionable and customer service is atrocious.
1/23/20 - So, update, the second pair i bought has already lost a noticeable amount of volume in the right earpiece. I mean, i listen to them in my office with a FiiO mp3 player and a little tube headphone amp. That's it. It's noticeably quieter and less fidelity. I'm sorely disappointed. Save your money.