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Old 05-25-2012, 09:21 AM
JSBach JSBach is offline
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Sonys XBA-1 are in deed pretty good, they offer a detailed, yet warm [natural] sound, i've got them at a nice discount at officedepot de mexico
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Old 06-12-2012, 02:21 PM
mamamia88 mamamia88 is offline
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Very happy with my $20 meelectronics m6s from amazon. not sure if posted already the thread is too big
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Old 06-13-2012, 07:46 PM
JK98 JK98 is offline
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The JVC HA-FX40 and Panasonic RP-HJE355 are around $20 each and have great detail and clarity. The HJE355 is a bit warmer sounding, while the FX40 is very bright.
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Old 06-23-2012, 04:50 PM
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I just want some that are durable! I love the sound of my CX300s but I must be on my 8th or 9th pair by now.
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Old 02-22-2013, 09:47 PM
markmp3guy markmp3guy is offline
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You should update this list. A lot of those IEM's have come down in price and there are some new contenders on the market. ThinkSound makes some amazing IEM's and their customer service is extraordinary. What I like most about ThinkSound TS02's is the wood, which creates a lovely, earthy sound. Don't be fooled though. The TS02's do rock! Pair these with a set of comply T200 tips and you're in for a listening experience that most Shure customers won't experience. ThinkSounds newest product, MS01, is pretty awesome too but I do love my TS02. It retails for around $80. If you sign up for email offers ThinkSound sends out discounts for every new product. What I like most about this line is that they listen to feedback. They're constantly refining and improving so the TS02 you bought a year ago is going to be a different product from the TS02 that someone just bought. Not a huge difference but TS is always trying to improve. Did I mention they're a green company too? Yes, the packaging is made from recycled fibers, the cloth bag is as well and the IEM's are pvc free.

Amazon often has deals on these as they have used a bunch of them as demo IEMs. They are that good!
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