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In-Ear headphone and Portable Amp for Electronic music.

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Hey guys. I'm looking for a good in-ear headphone thats about 100$. I dont know anything about portable amps but is anything that costs around 50$s ok?. And by the way almost all the music i listen to are electronic. So anything with good bass that doesnt crack and has clear sound would be nice.
Any help would be appreciated!beerchug.gif

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The Sony EX600 are highely recommended for these genres music and they sound amazing without AMPs help. The others IEMs like Turbine, Turbine Pearl, Sony EX510 with Fiio E11.

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EX600's, while just slightly over your budget, are worth their weight in gold, if you're willing to overlook their sub-par isolation (being that they're vented in-ears). If you're still left wanting more bass, the second version of the Digizoid Zo amp (due out this month, hopefully at ~$100) would make for a killer combination. I know so because I currently own the first gen Zo amp, and am an avid EDM listener myself. The two (EX600 + Zo), when combined, are truly something to experience firsthand. Words really can't do either one justice IMO. smile.gif

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thanks for the advice! By EDM do you mean crookers, bart b more, julio bashmore, so on..? Anyways where do you get your music? I try to get them in 350kbps and I'm wondering if that is the highest quality I can get online. Theres no other way for me to get cd's cuz where i live they dont have edm cd stores.

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