In-ear recommendations - up to £100
My Beyerdynamics DTX100's have died after 16months of daily use - one of the earbuds no longer produces any sound. I have returned them in hope of getting them replaced under warranty, but if they're not repaired/replaced, can anyone recommend a suitable set of in-ear buds? Has anyone tried the new Beyerdynamic DTX101's?
I listen to a variety of music, with a leaning towards electronic. I'm looking for a pair that is detailed and with good bass. I have seen the Shure SE215's but have read reviews saying that the treble is poor. The 315's seem to get good reviews, but are a bit above my budget. Ideally I would like to spend under £100.
The new earphones should have excellent noise isolation and not leak as I travel by train daily.
I'm currently using an old pair of Sony buds that I had with a Walkman (I now use an iPod Classic) and although they lack the bass weight of the Beyers, they are clear and spacious, but unfortunately leak and aren't very comfortable.