Pros: Good bass, sound stage, durable, 3 year warranty, lots of accessories, easy identification of R and L channel, tangle-free cord, isolation.
Cons: On the heavy side, does not include foam tips, takes a bit of doing to get a good fit sometimes, straight plug,
After a burn-in period over night, I have to say that these are the best IEMs I've ever listened to. Now, to be honest, you may need to take that with a grain of salt considering I'm only coming from a pair of JVC Marshmallows, and these Turbines will be my first foray into high-end IEMs. Be that as it may, I believe the Turbines are the IEMs to beat at their price point. They provide an ample amount of bass as well as bright highs, however the mids are just a touch recessed if I'm being honest. The sound stage is quite good and opened up even a bit more after being amped, and even though I do have these amped now, they really don't need it all that much. If you can snatch these up at around $100-$125, I absolutely would.