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best low price IEM to listen to deep house/electronic stuff ?

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
I like to hear clearly the harmonics/chords of jazzy guitars and I also like to hear the groovey bass that comes along with it..
hmmm , I like having the sound "on my head" too.

the headphones I have access now are :

Sennheiser CX300
Creative EP-630
Sony MDR-EX85
JVC FC-77

.. sadly I cant try them before buying so I need some help.
ATM I'm using a philhips SHE9500(my first in-ear headphone) but its too muddy for my tastes.
what do you guys recommend me ?
thanks
post #2 of 10
Get some v-moda vibes or some d-jays. Under $50 is mostly crap.

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I like to hear clearly the harmonics/chords of jazzy guitars and I also like to hear the groovey bass that comes along with it..
hmmm , I like having the sound "on my head" too.

the headphones I have access now are :

Sennheiser CX300
Creative EP-630
Sony MDR-EX85
JVC FC-77

.. sadly I cant try them before buying so I need some help.
ATM I'm using a philhips SHE9500(my first in-ear headphone) but its too muddy for my tastes.
what do you guys recommend me ?
thanks
post #3 of 10
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Get some v-moda vibes or some d-jays. Under $50 is mostly crap.
the quote in your sig... is that flipside of freaky flow and flipside?

eric b
post #4 of 10
Yes. From the Keep It Live album. The last tune is real serious.

</OT banter>

Edit: Although, not too off-topic ... this being an electronic/dance music thread!


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the quote in your sig... is that flipside of freaky flow and flipside?

eric b
post #5 of 10
I think a pair of JVC marshmallows would be a good choice. They are very inexpensive, and offer a good amount of bass.
post #6 of 10
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I think a pair of JVC marshmallows would be a good choice. They are very inexpensive, and offer a good amount of bass.
I would have to agree, for the money they are worth it.
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
=( , I don't have the money to buy expensive headphones right now.
(V-moda vibe is expensive where I live(brazil))

my father lives on japan, so I could get JVC's easily.
well , how are JVC's compared to the other brands ?
post #8 of 10
I'll third the marshmallow recommendation. I haven't heard them, but I've heard the praises (sound for the money) on the forum.
post #9 of 10
x4 the marshmellows, they have more bass than alot of even more expensive IEMS out there
post #10 of 10
You don't have to go to Japan to get them . They are sold at every major online store and retail location in the US.
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