“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
“ Ok, I caved and bought 2 pair of these when I needed a mini to regular HDMI cable for a new laptop. They are impressive. I like the black color better than the silver too. One thing I quickly figured out is if you reverse them (R<-->L), the cable exits out the top, and you can then loop it over your ears. It seems to fit better this way. By flipping them...” --Neeky
“ Just want to explain one thing. In my opinion, the reason this IEM is receiving so much praise is it really sound Hi-Fi It somewhat has lots of elements an audiophile looks for such as speed, positioning, instrumental separation and a punchy but tight bass, thus, making it what we might consider the Cheapest Hi-Fi IEM which, in my opinion, does fit the name of the 8320. ...” --Golila3
Get your bling on with these stylish Monoprice earphones! With a sensitivity of 98 dB and a noise-isolating design, these earphones will provide plenty of volume to keep the world outside and the music inside your ears. The 47" cord is long enough to give you the freedom to move about and to keep your iPod safely in your pocket when you're mobile. It isn't enough to just have...