Sennheiser IE 60 IEM
Sennheiser IE 60 IEM
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Bringing big sound to the IEM market, Sennheiser has unveiled the IE 60: a pair of earphones with the punch and passive noise isolation of headphones. They’re driven by Sennheiser’s own dynamic drivers with powerful neodymium magnets to deliver high-fidelity sound with impressive bass response and mid-to-high-end clarity Read More

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Gramblor
57
Nov 16, 2020
I also own these... Imo, just as bad as the ie80S. I have no idea how the company that produced the hd600 series could make iem's this bad.
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Tickler136
8
Nov 17, 2020
It's not bloated or slow. There's just more of it than I like. It doesn't even go super deep, it's just there. The treble detail is there but you have to really listen to it because the bass dominates the mix somewhat. But it's tuned "safe" without the upper mid or treble spikes that afflict a lot of ChiFi. This might be a good thing for you and certainly if I was going on a long train journey I'd consider taking the IE60 because it isn't fatiguing. I can't recommend it wholeheartedly because as I said, plenty of cheaper IEMs do a better job. But if smooth and safe is your thing actually it's probably nicer tuned than anything Chinese. I haven't hear the Focals you've referenced so I can't compare.
Tickler136
8
Nov 17, 2020
I said "tend to be". A lot of people complain about the bass on the t2 which just doesn't wake up until you give it a good solid kick with power. Not liking the treble is a different thing entirely - I'd say Chinese kit probably isn't for you if you're sensitive enough to find the T2 treble uncomfortable. You ever heard the original KZ ZS10? Now that had AWFUL treble lmao.