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what mod?

Maybe after market tips? Only thing I've really heard of. 

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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post
 

what mod?

 

For me Ety triple-flanges + an inline impedance adapter (64 ohms) really balances them out. 

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Can someone recommend me earphones for workout? I have Dunu-DN900 but I am afraid I might break it if I'd use it when I am exercising. My budget is less than $20. Thank you

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Can someone recommend me earphones for workout? I have Dunu-DN900 but I am afraid I might break it if I'd use it when I am exercising. My budget is less than $20. Thank you
meelectronics M6 older gens not the current as it is little over your budget.
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The M6 would be my recommendation as well. Some of the colors are less than $20 on amazon: http://www.amazon.com/MEElectronics-Sport-Fi-Noise-Isolating-In-Ear-Headphones/dp/B0038W0K2U and you can find more cheap ones on ebay.

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Originally Posted by Mdraluck23 View Post
 

Maybe after market tips? Only thing I've really heard of. 

 

 

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For me Ety triple-flanges + an inline impedance adapter (64 ohms) really balances them out. 

thanks! that's easy. thought it was something more serious

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Also the M6's silicon tips are great to try on with some of the good iems for better sq, isolation and fit than their stocks.........
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Can someone recommend me earphones for workout? I have Dunu-DN900 but I am afraid I might break it if I'd use it when I am exercising. My budget is less than $20. Thank you


How about the xiaomi pistons 2. http://www.ibuygou.com/p-original_xiaomi_piston_earphone_updated_version_brown-5708-usd.html
There is a great hype going on about them at the discovery thread. Haven't got them myself, but respected heafiers are praising them.
I'm curious to how joker would rate them, but reading this thread makes it obvious there are far more iems in line waiting to being reviewed.
Edited by Pastapipo - 1/26/14 at 11:57pm
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Thanks ljokerl for the RHA MA750 review and this incredible gazzillion-IEM thread. It's my bible every time I look for IEMs.

 

I've been using the ECCI PR401 and have no complaints with the sound signature, except I do want more isolation, a 3-button remote and hopefully more spacious presentation.

I was considering the OM Audio Inearpeace and NOCS NS400 but couldn't find reviews to benchmark against the criteria in this thread, but now it looks like this RHA MA750i could be the ticket!

 

A few questions:

 

- are the guided-over-ear hooks removable (have never worn over-ear hooks before and don't know if it will be uncomfortable for me)

- how would you say the MA750 is (or isn't) significantly different from the PR401 in terms of sound quality?

 

 

 

 

 

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After some deliberation I updated my Earphone Buyer's Guide by Sound Signature with the RHA MA750 as an alternative to the Yamaha EPH-100 in the warm & smooth section. Been a while since I encountered something worth adding. 

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meelectronics M6 older gens not the current as it is little over your budget.

How do I know if the mee m6 is older? Thank you.
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meelectronics M6 older gens not the current as it is little over your budget.

How do I know if the mee m6 is older? Thank you.

Buy the one you can afford. If it's within your budget it's probably last gen.
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How do I know if the mee m6 is older? Thank you.

This is how it looks like (pls click the amazon link).....the link has the blue version priced @ $16.xx right now.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B008YDTRJU/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?qid=1390828755&sr=8-5&pi=AC_SX110_SY165_QL70

the next gen will have the "P" suffix (M6P) for mobile version and theres one more model called "S6P"which is the sports version with red shell.
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If you're buying the M6 you'd better like your music to have a lot of sloppy bass.  Personally I wasn't a fan.

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If you're buying the M6 you'd better like your music to have a lot of sloppy bass.  Personally I wasn't a fan.


Yep, I had the older one and it was decent but not sure how much the new one improved for today's market. I like the Moxpad X3/Soundsoul U10 better for a similar flush in ear that has better sound plus replaceable cable. Still a warm smooth enjoyable sig but closer to the VSD1 SQ level than the M6 was.

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