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looking for decent earphones

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I want to replace my sennheiser cx300 they are genuine but for me they sound bad.

wich ones do you recomend?

 

sennheiser Cx180 

sennheiser Cx200

sennheiser Cx250

sennheiser Cx300II

Meelectronics M9-bk  

Sony Mdr-ex57

Panasonic Rp-hje270

JVC Ha-fx66w 

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As someone who heard the cx-300 and loathed the bloated bass I would recommend the Meelectronics M6 which shares the same driver as the M9 mentioned above and can be had for the same price with the actual amaozn deal. The m6 has a very intimate sound, punchy bass yet not bloated like the senns. The mids are fine and treble is very nice, non fatiguing while still having very good extension. The M6 also has great build quality and quite an easy fit (imho). The trade off is that these phones aren't as clear or as analytical as others you might have in mind, so remember that.

 


Edited by JMGM - 5/10/11 at 11:27am
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