The CX 310 originals feature iconic Adidas style and incredible stereo performance.
“ After my CX300II's broke it became a frantic search of a replacement that'll provide me the same kind of quality and bass that I loved from my previous pair. I ended up deciding between antoher pair and the Sennheiser IE60. I havent regretted my choice. Setup: I used my COWON J3 with no amp. I use a custom equalizer (found here on head-fi). The music I listen to is pretty...” --Luchico638
“PROS - great sounding headphone - great in-ear fit - good quality cable - unobtrusive design CONS - slightly heavy bass for me NOTES Equal length cable for each ear (not for wearing behind the neck) ” --gingerbeardman
More than just candy for your eyes, Moonrock elevates your overall music enjoyment with Moshi Audio's acoustically tuned driver units that effortlessly render crisp highs and balanced mids and bass. 0;The in-ear design coupled with our proprietary hybrid-i
Transducer unit: XR715 two way DynaDuo™ driver (15mm woofer + 7mm tweeter) Cavity/housing: steel alloy Sensitivity: 100 +/- 3dB @ 1kHz Frequency response: 10 - 25,000Hz (-10dB @ 1kHz) Impedance: 24 Ω Ear-coupling type: loose-fit silicone Noise isolation (passive): N/A In-line control: 3-button controls with mic Cable length: 1.2m symmetrical y-split
“ IMPORTANT: this review must be read from the top till you reach the bottom of this thread. the review is made with updates, certain changes due to mental and iem burn in. please bear some time to understand the feelings and the experience WE want to share. may we find happiness to this journey. most of my reviews are all the same... i know you all guys find it kinda...” --pinoyman
Featuring Moshi Audio's latest XR9 extended bandwidth drivers, Vortex Pro offers an audiophile auditioning experience so engaging, that you will want to listen to your favorite songs all over again. The 9mm ultra high definition XR9 drivers deliver clean, natural and agile sound over a much wider frequency range with exceptional soundstage and depth. On the other end of the equation is...
“ Introduction The easiest way to explain the Sennheiser CX-150's is that they do what you can reasonably expect. You can't really expect much from a pair of sub-50 dollar IEM's, and frankly, I was pleasantly surprised by the general quality of the CX150's. The sound quality is fine enough for portable listening from an iPod, as I use them, and I have yet to hear anything less than...” --BadMoose
“Build, look and comfort: These iems look very nice, has unique design. The earpieces seem built sturdily, the cable seems durable. These are so comfortable that you mayn't feel they're on your ears after wearing them for some times. I would appreciate flat cable like mh1c or xb series from Sony. Sound: before burning in, there's a very noticeable hiss in the sound,...” --thesurvivor90
“ What a bizarre sound , I have owned a bunch of cheap IEMs and the only one that stood out was the one which came with the GS4 , since all of them were made by multiple OEMs it was hard to find a consistent sound out of them ...that IEM was a monster in disguise , there are many things I want to say about it but since most of it may seem as exaggeration...” --MrTechAgent