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Best in-ear phones?

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What are the best in-ear phones I could get that cost between $80-120? I'm mainly going to be using it on my iPod to listen to music. I need good noise isolating phones because I have a 1hour bus ride to school & I can barely listen to my music on max sound. Any suggestions?
post #2 of 8
I would think the new shure se215
People say they sound good. $99

Others like klipsch S4's. $79

But everyone has different likes and opinions of good sound
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Originally Posted by musiclee View Post

I would think the new shure se215
People say they sound good. $99

Others like klipsch S4's. $79

But everyone has different likes and opinions of good sound
I suck at judging good phones from bad ones,what are the main differences between 'em? Pro's & cons?
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Are those the best ones?
post #5 of 8

"Best" is only what you think sounds good to you.  There are lots of different phones out there -- bass-y, balanced, muddy, clear, treble-y, etc.

 

You probably should read |joker|'s big 158 IEMs compared thread.  IEMs are grouped by price range, so you can look in your range and read descriptions of the sound and quality of many phones.

post #6 of 8

^ I disagree with that, the best of anything is most likely going to be super expensive.  :P

 

but ya, check out jokers topic for the best bang for your buck sets

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Originally Posted by swbf2cheater View Post

^ I disagree with that, the best of anything is most likely going to be super expensive.  :P

 

but ya, check out jokers topic for the best bang for your buck sets


I said that because he qualified his "best" as needing to be in the $80-120 range.

 

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