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Cubu Earbud

The $7 Cubu Earbud

A review on: Cubu Earbud
Redcarmoose

Pros: A Musical And Fun Earbud Experience

Cons: Ever So Slightly Missing Detail

Hi Kids Meet Cubu!Ok, the name does sound like the name of a clown, and frankly these earbuds look like a joke. Your not going to be buying these for looks or construction so let's get into the sound.


 I had been going into a shop and listening to these off and on for about four months. The demo pair never had foam covers and I just could not get excited about them. I never thought about...
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A Music Loving Rose
A Music Loving Rose

Rose Masya

Pros: SUPER Silky Smooth Sound, Great Build Quality, Enjoyable Playback Presentation

Cons: Cable Curls a Bit

A Red Earbud Which Embraces Function & Unique Form
A Red Earbud Which Embraces Function & Unique Form

ColaRad C01

Pros: Good Soundstage, Nice Bass Response, Solid Build Quality

Cons: Too Much Red?, Springy Curly Cable

The budget god - $5????? HOW?
The budget god - $5????? HOW?
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Venture Electronics (VE) Zen V2

Venture Electronics (VE) Zen V2

“For larger (1200 x 800) views, click any imageINTRODUCTIONI’ve spent a little time with Lee from Venture Electronics over the last few months, emailing backwards and forwards, and really getting coming to understand who VE is and what their philosophy is. But first let’s step back a little and look at how I came to be reviewing the Zen V2 today. I’d heard a little about the VE Zen previously on...” --Brooko

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Venture Electronics (VE) Monk+/Monk Plus

Venture Electronics (VE) Monk+/Monk Plus

“For larger views of the photos (1200 x 800) - please click on the individual imagesINTRODUCTIONAs a hobbyist reviewer, the one thing I've noticed with virtually all the manufacturers I've dealt with is a huge passion for what they do, and also a desire for continual improvement. I've been dealing with Lee from Venture Electronics for a bit over a year, and have so far had the pleasure of...” --Brooko

100% Positive Reviews
Venture Electronics (VE) Monk

Venture Electronics (VE) Monk

“Many thanks to Venture Electronics for the VE Monk review sample! Product website: http://eng.52ve.cn/product.php?cm_id=205   I haven't been using earbud for quite a long time since my favourite Sony MDR-E888 died many years ago. A few months back I had a chat with Head-Fi'er @RedJohn456. From there I came to know about Venture Electronics. Thanks buddy! In general, IEM might still...” --earfonia

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Venture Electronics (VE) Zen

Venture Electronics (VE) Zen

“[[SPOILER]]  LINK” --nmatheis

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FiiO EM3 Open Earbud Earphones with In-Line Microphone (Black)

FiiO EM3 Open Earbud Earphones with In-Line Microphone (Black)

“For larger views of the photos (1200 x 800) - please click on the individual images INTRODUCTIONIf you'd asked me my thoughts on ear-buds a few years ago – I would probably have turned up my nose a little, and my thoughts would have been cast back to the cheap buds you'd get with your MP3 player. Even when Apple started with their first ear-buds, they were lacking bass and nothing to really...” --Brooko

96% Positive Reviews
Baldoor EarBell E100

Baldoor EarBell E100

“Just like the Koss KSC75 and the Fiio X1, the E100 Earbell from Baldoor (and Mrice) represents a phenomenal value. This little $14 wonder has done two things for me: 1. It has renewed my faith in earbuds and 2. Has proven yet again, that top tier sound can be had for bottom tier prices - you just have to be willing to look! If you're interested in a new super-cheap piece of kit for your commute...” --JoeDoe

91% Positive Reviews
Shozy Cygnus

Shozy Cygnus

“       Preamble: I’d like to take the time to thank Shozy for sending me the Cygnus earbuds free of charge in exchange for an honest, unbiased opinion. A group of engineers and designers has worked as OEM developers and producers for audio products, acting in the background, until 2012, when they decided to found a company for audio products for hi-fi enthusiasts under...” --HiFiChris

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Sony MDR-E818LP Fontopia Ear-Bud Headphones with Acoustic Twin Turbo Circuit

Sony MDR-E818LP Fontopia Ear-Bud Headphones with Acoustic Twin Turbo Circuit

“ These are quite common in retail stores in my city (Toronto) and cost around $15-$20 CAD. I've been using them for years, because they are inexpensive, sound decent and are portable. They don't sound too distorted at high levels. I never had mines break, never had audio jack or audio cut out problems, but then again it really depends on the user, because I am very careful with my...” --Carbine

100% Positive Reviews
Venture Electronics Asura 2.0

Venture Electronics Asura 2.0

“For larger views of the photos (1200 x 800) - please click on the individual imagesINTRODUCTIONAs a hobbyist reviewer, the one thing I've noticed with virtually all the manufacturers I've dealt with is a huge passion for what they do, and also a desire for continual improvement. I've been dealing with Lee from Venture Electronics for a bit over a year, and have so far had the pleasure of...” --Brooko

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HiSoundAudio Paa1 Pro

HiSoundAudio Paa1 Pro

“I'll be short : I was very disappointed when I listened to the PAA1-Pro the first time. I found bloated bass, harsh highs and a typical mainstream V-shaped sound signature. So, I began a hundred hour burn-in and retry it... Nothing changed a lot. Maybe the highs became less harsh but still not what I would call pleasant to my ears. I put them away a time and come back to them after two weeks....” --tinara

86% Positive Reviews
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