Aiwa HP-V9 = 9.9 (Amorphous Diamond, LC-OFC, 15-40,000Hz)
This is the closest thing to perfection in terms of earphones for me, haven't heard anything else better or as great as these yet, its cheap looks are very very deceiving..
Sony MDR-E484 = 9.0 (Amorphous Diamond, LC-OFC, 8-27,000Hz)
These are great, but not as balanced as I would have hoped for them to be, primarily being the bass king, what I used to think as being closed to perfect before finding the above..
Aiwa HP-D9 = 8.5 (Amorphous Diamond, LC-OFC, 5-30,000Hz)
Also used to think this is close to perfect too, now I just find them too raw sounding, not balanced at all, this the is the treble king though, bad fitting in ear makes it less favorable than the above, my first ever high-end earphone that got me onto headwize and head-fi and meeting a lot of online gurus..
Aiwa HP-D8 = 8.0 (Amorphous Diamond, LC-OFC, 8-25,000Hz)
This is more balanced at a cost of detail in the highs, still one of the best I've ever heard, seems to perform better with most machines than the sister model above..
Sony MDR-E888 = 7.5 (Bio Cellulose, LC-OFC, 8-27,000Hz)
Used to think they are the best since I couldn't find anything better around the local neighbourhood, but it is quite dissappointing when you consider what the older stuff above can do, but very comfortable fitting and best looks..
Sony MDR-E472 = 7.0 (Amorphous Diamond, OFC, 10-24,000Hz)
Not bad for a stock earphone, just not enough detail in the highs to even fight the above, but probably the best stock earphone ever made..
Sony MDR-E741 = 5.0 (Sapphire Evaporated, OFC, 10-23,000Hz)
Use to think this is the only earphone available for Sony remotes, I've used this exclusively for years before I begin to see the world out there, pretty good in its own merit as it puts the model below to shame..
Sony MDR-EX70 = 0.1 (PET, OFC, 6-23,000Hz)
I don't even want to talk about this, gave me so much excitment when waiting for a friend to bring these back from Tokyo the month it came out, just pure dissappointment and nasty sounding..
Misc Crap: Aiwa HP-01 (Probably Aiwa's first ever earphone model)
Will update this as soon as my MDR-E282 arrives in the next few weeks hopefully, the earphone hunting project continues......