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post #1 of 25
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hello everybody,

 

I just lost one of the tips of my creative ep-830's. So i can not use it any longer. So now I have to buy new IEM's. My budget is +-30 euro/dollar or less. I listen to hardstyle music, so i think a good bass is a must (am i right?). I would like to have same SQ or better as my creative EP-830.Also comfort and noise cancellation  is very important to me.(I live in EU but in summerholiday i go to usa and i can buy @ http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Earphones/ci/12574/N/4289367039 in NY, I don't know if that is a good store)

 

What do you guy's suggest ?

post #2 of 25
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Bump.

post #3 of 25

ECCI PR401

post #4 of 25
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thanks for the suggestion but i can't find them for 30 $ or less. Other suggestions?


Edited by bosiwollig - 5/8/11 at 6:28am
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post #6 of 25

If it's just a lost tip you might want to check out something like this: http://cgi.ebay.com/Earbud-replacement-tips-Sony-V-Moda-50-OTHERS-G-/150461675224?pt=Other_MP3_Player_Accessories&hash=item230836f6d8#ht_2579wt_905

 

They carry a lot of other tips also.

 

Also, you can't go wrong with B&H. Enjoy your trip ;)

post #7 of 25

Fischer Audio Eterna but it's 60 so no 30.

 

I can't even think of a phone I'd recommend at 30 maybe a pair of skull candies tongue_smile.gif

post #8 of 25
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thanks guys, I have read the multi-iem review. And now i'm interested in the MEElectronics M9. Do you think that's a good choise for me? and will they sound better than my ep-830's?

Or are there better IEM's in the sub 30 dollar category?

 

Thank you very much!


Edited by bosiwollig - 5/7/11 at 2:35am
post #9 of 25

The reason I pointed you to that thread is that |joker| has more experience that just about anyone.  I've only owned one sub $30 IEM, one of the MEElectronics, not the M9 though.  I couldn't get it to seal so I promptly resold it.

post #10 of 25
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I have read many positive thing about the Klipsch S2. Do you think they are good for me?

Does somebody else has experience with these or another pair of IEM's?


Edited by bosiwollig - 5/9/11 at 11:12am
post #11 of 25
Thread Starter 

bump.

post #12 of 25
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Originally Posted by bosiwollig View Post

thanks guys, I have read the multi-iem review. And now i'm interested in the MEElectronics M9. Do you think that's a good choise for me? and will they sound better than my ep-830's?

Or are there better IEM's in the sub 30 dollar category?

 

Thank you very much!


What I don't like with M9, bass is a bit boomy or invasive, it's pretty difficult to find something interesting in your price range. Around 30$, I would suggest SoundMagic PL30, ECCI PR200/PR300 or Visang R01/R02.

 

post #13 of 25
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okay thanks, unfortunately b&h don't sell any of the suggested iem's. Does anybody nows a good shop in NY where i can find all these IEM?

And are the soundmagic pl30,ECCI PR200/PR300 or Visang R01/R02 better than the klipsch s2?

post #14 of 25
denon AH-C260 is good, nice looking, small, super comfy and they sound fairly good.
post #15 of 25

Most of them are probably going to be mail order only.  You could try Audio Cube's store or J&R.

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