“My first quality IEM purchase was the Hifiman RE-400 when they first came out. I was used to low end Skullcandy sets at the time, and I really wanted to see what "reference sound" sounded like for a reasonable price of under $100. At the time, I felt anything above that price was absurd for me to purchase. From the first listen, the RE-400 showed me what quality sounded like. I was...” --bhazard
“The sound in general is quite sparkling, open and well balanced for a single driver IEM. The first thing i notice is that the bass is a little flat and boring. It doesn't have that good punch, warmth or layered experience most high-end IEM's possess. Once the music evolves to more complex compositions it's losing it's composure and that's were you notice most these are $30...” --Xstream
GENUINE and ORIGINAL Packing same as Pictures. Provide Tracking Number ① treble balance of bass and treble to a reduction in peak improvement ② ergonomic design → improved fit inside the nozzle kkeokin ③ separated three buttons (volume up, down / playback, currency) → volume up-down adjustment Improved remote control key operation feeling → Speaker unit Units: * Type: ear type...