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To me, the bass of the MX980 is "heavier" and more deep than the E100. However, the bass of the E100 is more detailed.I can see what you mean about the subjectiveness of audio. Half of the time when I buy something that others recommend, I end up not liking it and selling it.Cheap Chinese earbuds are also great for me. I used to be able to spend more on audio than these days when I have a family to support...
Long time since I posted here, but I have to comment on the Earbell E100. I own earbuds such as Sennheiser MX980 and Blox TM7 together with vintage earbuds such as Sony MDR E484 and Aiwa HP-D9. Overall, I would put the Sennheisers and Blox at the top of my list. They are very similar and don't really lack anything. Fully textured bass, highs that are detailed without being piercing, wide and deep soundstage with a 3D feel... The Sony E484 have got the best bass I've ever...
I can try to compare from memory, since I have sold my Hisoundaudio Live. Overall, K319 is pretty detailed although a bit light on bass. To me, the K319 has got a sort of "dry sound" that I like. The highs are detailed without being overly sharp.The Living is closer to the K319 than Live is. I remember my Live being thin and the highs being too sharp. At the same time the Live isn't very detailed. Living is more detailed than the live and while it is a bit sharp in the...
It can be difficult to get in touch with the people at Dasetn, but I have had no negative experiences when buying Dasetn earbuds. One pair of earbuds never reached me, and when I contacted Dasetn and worte that I never received the earbuds, I got a refund right away. I placed another order and that one reached me...
ext23 - since you are a basshead, you should head on over to Dasetn's webpage and order a pair of Dasetn MC5: http://www.dasetn.com/dasetn-mc5-earbuds_p3327.html   Overall, Blox BE3 are much more balanced and I prefer them, but the Dasetn MC5 sure does pack a mean bass punch! Also $10 is a very good price. You should also check out the Dasetn M1, which sound like a leaner and version of the Blox BE3 and Baldoor E100. Soundwise, the Baldoor E100 is just as good as Blox...
I own a pair of Sennheiser MX980 and I like those. Fit isn''t great, but they sound good. I hope that Sennheiser will release a follow up to the MX985... Overall, I don't think that dual drivers make much difference when it comes to earbuds. I'd rather have a well tuned single driver. The KZ OMX2 (mentioned in earlier posts) have dual drivers. I sort of like them, but they are a bit dark sounding so I have to EQ highs up when I use them.They're not as good sounding as the...
Since this is a high-end earbuds thread, it would be nice to have some more expensive ones included as well. I have been curious about Astrotec Lyra, but nowadays I don't feel like paying so much for earbuds from a brand that I'm not familiar with. By the way, aren't Sennheiser MX985 discontinued?Regarding the poll, I voted Earbell E100 (despite having trouble fitting them into my ear properly), but I think Dasetn MC5 are on the same level and Dasetn M/MX1 are close. The...
The Blox BE3 are really good and cost $30 with international shipping for $7...http://bloxearphone.com/purchase.htm
You can find relatively cheap ear hooks on Ebay...
You should try them out if you can find them for around $11. People have different preferences and different people might perceive earbuds differently.The OMX2 are not top contenders, but I would put them slightly below Dasetn M1. I'd put Earbell above both the OMX2 and M1 and Blox TM7 above the other three. Still I prefer the OMX2 to my Tingo TG38s and TC100.Since they are a bit dark (somwhat recessed highs) they benefit from a bit of treble boost. Then they open up quite...
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