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Universal Fit

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Audio-Technica ATH-IM50 Dual symphonic-driver In-ear Monitor headphones

Audio-Technica ATH-IM50 Dual symphonic-driver In-ear Monitor headphones

“I bought IM50 about 1 year ago after Soundmagic E10 and immediately notice that it sounds better than the already good E10. For 62 USD this is still my most expensive BNIB IEM to date. But unfortunately it is not my best IEM since I bought JVC FXT90 about 1 month ago. Overall FXT90 sound quality is slightly better than IM50. Both IM50 and FXT90 has fairly balanced sound with IM50 has...” --AzimAkbar

100% Positive Reviews
AUDIO TECHNICA ATH-CKS50

AUDIO TECHNICA ATH-CKS50

“ CKS line improves the main problem of traditional audio technica products which was bass. CKS50 did not focus on the quantity but the quality of bass, it does not have the quantity for hard rock music but it was tight and powerful enough for pop-rock also it still have the sweet mids like audio technica do which makes my perfect choice for j-pop female vocal.” --Kiln

100% Positive Reviews
Audio Technica ATH-CK7 Titanium Earphones

Audio Technica ATH-CK7 Titanium Earphones

“ CK7 earphone is a nice detailed ear piece with titanium housing which makes it very durable. For me, although i am not using it very often this works the same as it used to be the first day i bought it. They require burn in time at least 100 hours and you can definitely tell the difference in the bass section and the mids.       Comfort: i would recommend to be worn...” --FarCry

100% Positive Reviews
Audio Technica CK100

Audio Technica CK100

“I recently bought these as an upgrade to my Head Direct RE0's.  The RE0's are outstanding value for money, and there is not many headphones that can beat it ... until I got my hands on the CK100's.   The CK100 packaging box is nice - very simple, and does the job more than adequately.  What I noticed on it, which I've not seen in many other headphone boxes is that it lists the product code for...” --s0126471

100% Positive Reviews
Audio-Technica ATH-CKS99 | SOLID BASS Inner-Ear Headphones (Japan Import)

Audio-Technica ATH-CKS99 | SOLID BASS Inner-Ear Headphones (Japan Import)

“The CKS99s are, without a doubt, a consumer-oriented headphone in its sound signature. However, despite the prominently advertised bass and the definite emphasis toward that end, the very well-controlled lows rarely step out of place.   First off the design and build.  Like other members of the CKS lineup, the CKS99s are a half in-ear design. The shells are larger and stick out...” --batduck8

100% Positive Reviews
Audio Technica ATH-CK100PRO In-ear headphones

Audio Technica ATH-CK100PRO In-ear headphones

“The following is taken out of its context from my review here http://www.head-fi.org/t/687962/asg-2-ck100pro-and-ue900-reviews-the-dysfunctional-family I just thought that the CK100Pro deserved a review here. I don't own it but have auditioned it extensively over about 8 days. Though I just might buy it later...   CK100Pro: The Sheldon Cooper of iems Contrary to the warm...” --MoonYeol

100% Positive Reviews
Audio Technica ATH-CKM500 BK | Inner Headphones (Japan Import)

Audio Technica ATH-CKM500 BK | Inner Headphones (Japan Import)

“i just can't believe how people like everything they buy. this thing incorporates one of the worse treble productions i've seen to date. do your ears a favor and keep out from this.   after tried some models from this company, i instantly get it. this company just shows you an attractive casing and puts crippled drivers in it to make your money go away. there's a lot better products,...” --vaziyetu

67% Positive Reviews
AUDIO TECHNICA ath CK90Pro

AUDIO TECHNICA ath CK90Pro

“ Anyone looking for a highly balanced, highly detailed sound look no further. The CK90 pro is a great IEM and is unfortunate it doesn't receive as much recognition as it should.   The best part of it's smooth sound, is it's lush mids; on par with great mid names such as Sennheiser and Shure. The bass is good for an armature driver. It has great presence and impact, but it lacks the...” --bisayaboi

100% Positive Reviews
Jays t-JAYS Two

Jays t-JAYS Two

“Bought these headphones as a means to replace my sennheiser cx300-ii,  which was still working at the time so I had a standard to compare the jays to. First thing I realised was that the jays had a bit more bass than the sennheisers - which was something I was looking for back then. Next thing I noticed was that the mids and highs were not as clear as they were on the...” --flat bob

100% Positive Reviews
Jays a jays three

Jays a jays three

“The box is really nice, inside you can find a circular small case for the eraphones (actually not that handly), airplane adapter and a splitter. The earphones looks good and sober. I think they are well built too, 2 years on the go without any sign of backdown. They are easy to insert, but not totally comfortable nor microphonic-free. The soundstage is ok. Basses are punchy but not really...” --JamesTrab

33% Positive Reviews
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