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Which IEM's are best for me?

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hi all, i'm relatively new here. i've been looking around for excellent sounding IEM's for less than $US40. i listen to a variety of music genre's; rock/alternative, pop, hip hop, techno/trance/house/dance, rnb, classical, and some game OST's. yep that's a lot.

to cut to the chase, i'm looking for a pair of IEM's that sound clear, crisp and firm. i'm currently thinking of the JVC-Victor HP-FX55, they seem very promising.

i currently own a sony MDR-ED31LP and Sharp HP-MD33S. also, it would be excellent if the cord was 50cm +/- 10cm cos usually hang my MP3 player around my neck.

cheers, 92dB.
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anyone? (need to know fairly soon)
post #3 of 6
well, for under $40, you really can't get any GOOD IEMS。
post #4 of 6
And certainly not "excellent iems" as you are hoping for.
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Originally Posted by 92dB
to cut to the chase, i'm looking for a pair of IEM's that sound clear, crisp and firm. i'm currently thinking of the JVC-Victor HP-FX55, they seem very promising.

cheers, 92dB.
just get that, you won't regreted it, but why you need another one, when you have the sharp already?
post #6 of 6
The new Creative canal phones are a good value -- I like mine. I have more expensive "true" IEMs, but for what they are, I can vouch for the Creatives.
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