“I have previously given a positive review for the Philips SHE3590, a cheap IEM that sounds good. I purchased the Philips SHE3595 because it looks like the SHE3590, has a microphone and it was cheap at Dick Smith's closing down sale (a major Australian retailer). While they look similar, the SHE3595 has a rounded protrusion and doesn't fit so well as the oval protrusion on the...” --stweb
“ This IEM is definitely the best bang for the buck! Basshead person should purchase it without a doubt. Even it's higher brother, Philips SHE9800 didn't able to match the sound quality of this IEM! :D It produced very deep punching bass and high definition clarity on mid and treble. It feels like you have your own built in sub-woofer inside this IEM! Comfort to use in a long run,...” --chrone
“As for any 'flat EQ' speakers these IEMs lacks a bit of energy and sparkle (not definition, they have plenty of it!), not everything is rendered precisely since they try to do everything (in particular I do not like the rendition of cymbals), so they do not excel in any particular area except for soundstage (I noticed that it's a common problem with IEMs that try to expand the soundstage)....” --Tetsuro P12
“ get one if you can , come with a small plastic carry case too and about SQ its a 3580 with a bit more forward mids and smaller bass . bass is as deep as 3580 , nice detail , good mids , vocals are not most enjoyable but what can you ask for this price ? instruments are there thankfully if not clearly separable its good enough , sound stage is okay , nice highs though , a bit grainy but...” --suman134
its an upgrade to the she 3680 , she 3900 . http://www.infibeam.com/Portable_Electronics/philips-she-3900-earphone/P-poel-5124811474-cat-z.html
“I found these back in last year when I was on the funs of looking for good quality budget IEMS. I was very impressed by these back then, and I put it away for a while. Today, I got back to it, and I thought I better review it, and let more people know about it sound quality Conclusion: At sub 30$ with this much quality is un-beatable. Especially in the sub-bass,...” --Whitigir
“The Philips SHE3590 headphones were listed on the Head-Fi Headphone Buying Guide. They are inexpensive and widely available. Most Australian electronic retailers stock them and they cost about AUD15. I bought these (in white) to replace my lost AKG IEMs (which I have since found again!). Build quality is cheap and plastic looking. Nobody will think to steal these headphones and you...” --stweb
thinksound ms01 in-ear monitor features an acoustically enhanced, 8mm high-definition driver with passive noise isolation. It was voiced by critically acclaimed Audio Engineer and thinksound CEO, Aaron Fournier, and designed in collaboration with Grammy winning musicians and producers. The result is a headphone with advanced studio acoustics and a full range sound that delivers exactly what the...
In-ear 8mm high definition wodden headphone with passive noise isolation. Now comes with a one button Mic for call music control. Features crisp highs with balanced bass and mids for the discriminating listener. Works with iPhone, iPod, MP3, CD, DVD, PSP and computers. Wooden housing for crisp, accurate music reproduction. Available in two beautiful finishes, Black Chocolate and Silver Cherry...
“Got these on a sale, and was very pleasantly surprised. Originally, I was looking for something that isolates well and does not sound tiring for use in the office, but ended up using them as my first choice HP (instead of Alessandro MS1, Porta Pro, KSC55). I have been using them with uDac2, 2nd gen iPod nano, and Audigy 2 ZS. They are easily driven by any of these...” --gvz