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Xears TD-III V2

Xears TD-III V2

Revision to Xears' TD-III model

V-Moda Bass Frequency Rouge Earbuds

V-Moda Bass Frequency Rouge Earbuds

“ These were my first pair of headphones that I've bought in my life. I remember being amazed at the sound quality and bass after listening with the mediocre headphones that came with my Sansa Fuze. As long as I remember, these headphones had the biggest bass out of all headphones that I've owned (I've had the Sennheiser CX-300, Sony MDR-XB20, and Pioneer SE-MJ31). I do not clearly remember the...” --jojexy

100% Positive Reviews
V-Moda Bass Frequency Jaded Earbuds

V-Moda Bass Frequency Jaded Earbuds

Listen to tunes in your favorite shade with this set of V-Moda earbuds. Compatible with all iPods, MP3 players and computers. Features noise isolation technology. Includes moda wrap cable manager.

V-Moda Bass Frequency Platinum White Earbuds

V-Moda Bass Frequency Platinum White Earbuds

Listen to tunes in your favorite shade with this set of V-Moda earbuds. Compatible with all iPods, MP3 players and computers. Features noise isolation technology. Includes moda wrap cable manager.

PlayaZ N1

PlayaZ N1

If the Playaz N1 were designed with reasonable amount of bass and they could be the steal of the century. In reality I can recommend them for EQ-friendly folks only - stay away if your source does not have a good, user customizable EQ.

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