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Tim Lovell

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Re: good value IEMs
« Reply #10 on: April 17, 2011, 01:39:27 pm »

Thanks trying to get best bang for the buck any more ideas?

Most rental companies in my area stock the G3s so I have not been exposed to the 900's. But I have found the G3s to be super in ease of use and quality of sound. I've also found availability on accessories for the G3s to be plentiful and decently priced.

However my spec junkie side would say the 900s would beat out the G3s on features, i.e. CueMode and MixMode, etc. 900s do have a higher output power, which would increase sound quality over noise floor, which you don't get until you hit the high end Sennheiser 2000 series.

I have only used shure and sennheiser IEMs

Perhaps budget wise look into some wired alternatives. I've run wired alternatives for drummers and bass players before, saves some dollars and battery upkeep.
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Re: good value IEMs
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