“I purchased these Skullcandy's to use when working out and stuff since I needed something that I wouldn't mind breaking. I ended up buying these B-stock FMJ's for 20 bucks since they had minor scuff marks on the driver housings which I just rubbed off. I really like the build quality found on these. The housings (aluminum?) seem to be pretty thick and seem like they could take some abuse. The...” --seaskimmer
Specification Frequency range: 20-17000Hz Sensitivity: 106 dB Impedance: 16 Om Input power: 60 mW Length of a cable: 1.25 M Color: black
In ear grip feature, comforatable fit, very tight bass response
“My Altec Lansing 716s are getting old and my Sennheiser HD 600s will need new cords shortly, so when I saw the Lenntek Pros at Costco.com for $50, I couldn't pass them up. When I first opened the box, and cut open the sealed all around plastic, I noticed that the included tips are all very small. But if you push them deep, deep, deep into your your ear canal you can get a seal....” --chasfs
“ The two pairs of Ink'd I've bought have both started glitching within one week from purchase. 'nuff said. ” --Xhakhal
“ I hope this ongoing review will help you guys out a little. I will keep adding to this as time progresses and will maybe end up reviewing more Fischer IEM's in this thread. I am not a professional reviewer like some of you guys here and English isn't my native language so bear with me. Now, onwards! My main mission objective is to find the best sub-$100 IEMs in the world. After reading...” --Negakinu
“ I was trying to be generous with this review, I had these for fewer than two hours because of the comfort, They ACTUALLY cut up my ear canals, there is no exaggeration, my ears bled, and I've never been a fan of foam tips. Foam tips get ripped up, and really feel insecure in my ears, plus the plastic tube can become exposed and creates a level of discomfort greater than that of the silicon...” --ffdpmaggot
The Sennheiser MX 560 earbuds are powerful, bass driven earphones featuring Sennheiser's innovative "Basswind" system for the best sound on the go. They are ideal for use with all MP3, CD, DVD players and portable gaming systems as well as feature a convenient cable winder and a carrying pouch for maximum convenience while using and storing the earphones.
In-Ear Monitors from X-ears. Walnut edition of their popular XE200PRO series.
Sony's first closed-type Fontopia design reduces outside noise for high-intensity listening, helping to generate powerful, resonant bass response. So exercise, dance, or skate with the MDR-EX51LP Fontopia Headphones. Featuring a Super-light in-the-ear Design for a snug, comfortable fit inside the ear - eliminating the headband, Super-small 9 mm Drivers, and Soft, Silicon Earbuds, these...