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Looking for a replacement for my MEElectronics M9 for around $30-70.

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     I'm fairly new to this site and I've been doing research on something that's a step up from my M9, but also something that is fairly similar. At first, I was favoring the Xears XE200PRO, and than I saw the price tag at 89 euros (although I was also contemplating on whether I would get the Nature N3i instead). Now, I'm favoring other alternatives.

 

     So far, FA Silver Bullets, FA Enterna, M1, PL50s, and E30s caught my attention. IEMs are not my expertise so I would appreciate some input on what would suit my needs. I mostly listen to Rap, R&B, some pop, jazz, and some alternative. So I'm favoring something with good, full bass, clear highs (for vocals), and exceptional mids (something I can also hear the instruments decently). That might be asking for alot on my budget ($30-70) but, help would be appreciated. There are so many selections that I'm pretty lost; Soundmagic, Xears, Brainwavs, Hippo, is some brands that I've come across as being branded very good.

post #2 of 5

ECCI PR300, maybe Dunu Ares or Crius.

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pl30s are pretty awesome as are those silver bullets, but be weary of the shoddy build quality

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If you want to stick with the brand the Meelectronic A151 are $45 on Amazon.

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There is a coupon code for the N3i and the rest of the Blackwood which brings the price down to be 30 euros. I received my new N3i yesterday and they are very nice, still testing them out though.

it came up to be $53 shipped. No doubt they are a bargain at this price range.

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