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Universal Fit

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Sony XBA-1 Balanced Armature Headphones-1 Driver

Sony XBA-1 Balanced Armature Headphones-1 Driver

“ These earphones are massively comfortable and clarity and soundstage is amazing for its price (but im not a total expert on IEM's so maybe there's something better out there). Best used for people that want clarity and listens to rock, acoustic, EDM, classical, live etc for the best experience. Not that great to those who love dubstep, etc.   Bass goes a bit muffled at first, but...” --Ezio

100% Positive Reviews
Sony XBA-2VP Smartphone In-ear Headphones

Sony XBA-2VP Smartphone In-ear Headphones

Prepare for unbelievable audio quality you never thought possible from in-ear headphones. These balanced armature beauties are meticulously pre-tuned by Sony engineers to deliver a pristine soundscape full of beautiful highs and deep, resonating lows right out of the box. Better yet, they feature in-line smartphone control for adjusting volume and even answering calls.

Sony XBA-40/N Gold | Quad Balanced Armature In-Ear Headphones (Japanese Import)

Sony XBA-40/N Gold | Quad Balanced Armature In-Ear Headphones (Japanese Import)

“I got the XBA-40 almost a year ago. So I've been listening to these for a while now and know well the limitations and string points of these headphones. With that said, this is my first review and not have had very much experience with headphones so far. My only other headphone that I've bought with audiophilia in mind was a pair of Sony's too. The XBA-1(exercise versions), which i had a very...” --Deeman

67% Positive Reviews
Sony XBA - A1 AP

Sony XBA - A1 AP

Hybrid entry level IEM from Sony. Features one dynamic and one balanced armature driver. Successor to Sony XBA - H1

Sony XBA-A3

Sony XBA-A3

“Long time reader, first time poster, it's time for some contribution to the forum: here's my appraisal of Sony’s XBA-A3, compared to its peers in the Sony Hybrid-BA lineup.     Background   I mostly use my IEMs out on the street or while traveling, usually connected to an iPhone. I listen predominantly to AAC (256kb/s) and MP3 (320kb/s), which doesn't give me bragging rights...” --Ralphee

100% Positive Reviews
Sony XBA-H3 In-ear

Sony XBA-H3 In-ear

“EDIT- I've done a comparison between these and the JVC HA-FX850. http://www.head-fi.org/products/jvc-ha-fx850/reviews/13420. Also, I've tried these with Comply isolation tips and done the tape mod now. There is a huge difference with the comply and a small one with the tape. In my opinion, these basically require comply or other foam tips to sound good. Treble and soundstage suffers a bit but...” --az060693

100% Positive Reviews
Sony XBA-Z5 Ultimate Hi-Res In Ear Headphone

Sony XBA-Z5 Ultimate Hi-Res In Ear Headphone

“    Disclamer.   I provided these Sony Z5 for myself just for the sheer sound of it. These were not given to me for any type of review. I am writing these impressions of these works of art due to the sheer wickedness of it. And the fact it is a damn shame how there is not ONE single review of these masterworks by Sony here on Headfi.   This being said...” --Dsnuts

100% Positive Reviews
SOUL by Ludacris FLY Premium In-Ear Headphones

SOUL by Ludacris FLY Premium In-Ear Headphones

Sleek, ergonomic design and superior sound makes the "Fly" In-Ear Headphones unique and a cut above all others. Designed by world class engineers, the "Fly" In-Ear Headphones delivers superior bass and clear mids and highs. The ultra-comfort in ear design eliminates ear fatigue which allows for a longer and more pleasant listening experience. Tested with the active user in...

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