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Can you recommend a decent IEM with in-line mic to use with android phone under $30..

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Thread Starter 

I am no audiophile and barely can tell a difference between audio ranges, therefore I can only ask for your advice based on your opinion and my budget. I have a limited budget (upto $30) and I am not looking for anything great at that price point, just something decent. I will be using this with my android phone. TIA

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Personally I would go with the Meelectronics M9P but there are few other decent ones. This thread may be relevant to your interests: 

 

Comprehensive list of iPhone headsets with head-fi reviews

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Thank you very much ljokerl. That link helps a lot. I was also considering M9P mainly because that is the only IEM I could find with my price range. But it looks like MP21 would suit my needs the best. It has pretty positive review and is priced around $30 also. Thanks for help!!

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I'm not too familiar with the jacks ect. on an android phone, but I'll assume that it the same as on the Iphone?!

 

Next month (September 2010) Sennheiser is sending out alot of their popular headphones such as px 100-II and 200-II

with inline mics. They are called PX 100-IIi, ect. If they cost around the same as their no-mic counterparts, they should be

just in the area of your budget.

 

I loved the old PX 200. IMO it was "great value for money" buy.

 

A link to Sennheisers Mobile Music series

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Next month (September 2010) Sennheiser is sending out alot of their popular headphones such as px 100-II and 200-II

with inline mics. They are called PX 100-IIi, ect. If they cost around the same as their no-mic counterparts, they should be

 

 

Boy, the OP sure will have a hard time cramming those into his ear.

post #6 of 6
What brand of phone? The stock buds I got with my Nexus One (and probably any other HTC) are pretty damn good IMO. They don't isolate, which is the only reason I don't use them often other than when I want to make a phone call around the house but would rather not be holding the phone to my face.

But yeah, those are stock buds I would have no problem using if need be. As for IEMs, I can't offer an opinion for a few reasons, but you shouldn't go wrong with anything recommended here.
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