I just wanted to add that I recently got a replacement pair of these, and the build quality's worse on this new pair. They started using a different cable with a chin slider - which seems like a nice upgrade at first, but the cable develops shorts far easier than the old one. My old ones lasted over a year of heavy daily use - the new ones shorted out in one ear after only a couple weeks, even though they were never yanked or anything. It might just be a fluke, since Focalprice electronics are bound to have quality control issues.
For $5 Focalprice IEMs, I'd go with the XKDUN CX-700 over these anyway. The wood on the Kanens is a cool gimmick and the bass is nice for spoken word stuff or movies, but they aren't that good for music. Though it's acceptable enough for certain types of recordings, their grainy low-fi sound becomes really apparent when you compare them side by side with a better pair of IEMs.