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AUDIO TECHNICA Solid Bass CKS77X (Japan)

AUDIO TECHNICA Solid Bass CKS77X (Japan)

“This is my first review for a product so I maybe lacking details in some areas or using the wrong terms. Forgive me for that. I did buy these in Japan at a department store called Joshin so I don't have the technical details but you can find them here http://www.audio-technica.co.jp/atj/show_model.php?modelId=2305. In terms of USD I think I payed roughly $65 and they were definitely worth...” --purpledrank

100% Positive Reviews
Shure SE110 Sound Isolating Earphone with Balanced Armature Driver (Black)

Shure SE110 Sound Isolating Earphone with Balanced Armature Driver (Black)

“ As many know these are a nice upgrade and quite price conscience.  I do like the accessory pack and methods of lengthening the cable.  I use them while flying and usually wear them the entire flight (even for 20+ hours) due to their good sound isolation.  If used on a plane should get a sound attenuating patch cord adapter as these are very sensitive.  They are superb compared to the inflight...” --smurphy522

100% Positive Reviews
Shure SE215 Special Edition

Shure SE215 Special Edition

“As I'm looking to move up in the world of IEMs, I'm taking a look back at one of my first big steps in audio.    Having burned through multiple pairs of Skullcandys and Sennheiser CX300-500s and having got a taste for high end audio from my first full sized cans, I set out to get a pair of IEMs with durability as priority number one while also sounding great.   The SE215LTDs...” --NShinryu

100% Positive Reviews
Shure E4c-n Sound Isolating Earphones (Black)

Shure E4c-n Sound Isolating Earphones (Black)

“ I like this phone so much I am onto my second pair. Are they perfect? No. Are they the best IEM for the price? Unless you get them at $79 like I did the second time, no. Do they have a good soundstage? Not really. Are they durable? Like a boat made of paper.   But...Do they isolate well? With the Shure olives, hell yes. Do they have delicous, buttery mids that I could and have listened to...” --paddy567

100% Positive Reviews
Audio-Technica ATH-CKM99 Earphone.

Audio-Technica ATH-CKM99 Earphone.

Manufacturer/Supplier: Audio-Technica U.S., Inc Manufacturer Part Number: ATH-CKM99 Brand Name: Audio-Technica Product Model: ATH-CKM99 Product Name: ATH-CKM99 Earphone Product Type: Earphone Connectivity Technology: Wired Wireless Technology: Not Applicable Cable Length: 23.62' Wireless Operating Distance: Not Applicable Sound Mode: Stereo Impedance: 16 Ohm Minimum Frequency Response: 5...

Audio Technica ATH-IM02 balanced amature inner earphone

Audio Technica ATH-IM02 balanced amature inner earphone

“Thanks guys for helping to get this review featured!  The support I've gotten so far is amazing and I look forward to bringing more reviews to the Head-Fi community.    AUDIO TECHNICA'S ATH-IM02 Quick Link To Review Thread Here.   INTRODUCTION After recently purchasing a pair of Sony MDR-XB70AP's (see next review), I was greatly disappointed by the terrible...” --thatonenoob

100% Positive Reviews
Shure SE535LTD RED

Shure SE535LTD RED

“I was looking for an excellent universal IEM with multiple drivers to fit my portable listening needs. Ideally, I would have my beloved LCD-2's in a portable package. I have become addicted to the effortless brightness of those headphones and their versatility. I'm sad that I can't wear them all the time, which is why I need something portable. I have listened to and enjoyed many low end IEMs...” --hardbop

93% Positive Reviews
Audio-Technica ATH-CK9 QuietPoint Passive Noise Reducing Earphones

Audio-Technica ATH-CK9 QuietPoint Passive Noise Reducing Earphones

Audio-Technica?s ATH-CK9 in-ear headphones deliver outstanding isolation from distracting background noise. These in-ear models are equipped with a balanced armature driver for crisply detailed high-fidelity audio. With no active noise-cancelling electronics, they achieve significant attenuation of outside sound.

Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones

Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones

“ These things hurt my ear canal too easily unless I use the orange foam inserts, but they get gross and deform a little too easily.   Anyway, the sound on these was good enough for me to realize that my iPod had a pretty constant hiss. They also made it apparant that I could only listen with EQ off or the signal would clip. I never listen to these things with the volume up. I'm a...” --funkmeister

83% Positive Reviews
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