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Looking for in-ears for less than $50

post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 

Requirements:

 

Less than $50

 

Can't leak so much if at all

 

Comfortable

 

Tangle resistant if possible

 

Pretty Good sound for the price

 

Stay in and don't fall out easily.

 

Thank You.

 

 

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post #2 of 17

Sony PIIQ 

post #3 of 17

50 pairs of iBuds?

post #4 of 17
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Originally Posted by cifani090 View Post

50 pairs of iBuds?



LOL

post #5 of 17
I got a pair of klipch s4s for 60 shipped. They sound amazing for the pricetag. Excellent bass, moderate mids. Top notch for 60 $ (rock/electronic)
Edited by bradhyper - 9/10/11 at 1:40pm
post #6 of 17
To add to my comment, these do not fall out, very easy to get put in. Plug 'n play if you will. If you're willing to go over budget I would seriously look into these.
post #7 of 17

Sony EX310(highely recommended), M2, Philips SHE9850(highely recommended), JVC FXC50, UE Metro-Fi 220, Panasonic HJE450 and Sennheiser CX500.

post #8 of 17

Apple In-Ear (ADDIEM), about $30 on eBay from legit sellers. Excellent for the price.

post #9 of 17

Klipsch S4 make my ears bleed with their harsh highs. YMMV.
 

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I got a pair of klipch s4s for 60 shipped. They sound amazing for the pricetag. Excellent bass, moderate mids. Top notch for 60 $ (rock/electronic)


 

post #10 of 17

Blue Ever Blue - The Reds

 

awesome little buds for like 30 or 40 bucks

post #11 of 17
Thread Starter 

I listen to pretty much everything but my preference is for mids/vocals to be the standout. Bass should be there but not drown out the mids. Also, I prefer ones that have very little simbliance(sp?). At a certain listening volume everytime someone says a word that has an "s" in it it sounds painful.

post #12 of 17

Honestly, that's the ADDIEMS. Forward but not dominating midrange, clear but not forward bass, and clear but not harsh highs (no sibilance).
 

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Originally Posted by Player1josh46 View Post

I listen to pretty much everything but my preference is for mids/vocals to be the standout. Bass should be there but not drown out the mids. Also, I prefer ones that have very little simbliance(sp?). At a certain listening volume everytime someone says a word that has an "s" in it it sounds painful.



 

post #13 of 17

Also, in your place I would take the place ADDIEMS. In this price probably will not find anything better.

post #14 of 17

I agree the addiems are the best in this price range.

post #15 of 17
If you can push for a few extra cents: http://www.amazon.com/MEElectronics-Clarity-CC51-BK-Ceramic-Headphone/dp/B004OBZ2UE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1316015508&sr=8-1
They're available in both black and white. I originally paid $100 for the version with the microphone, shipped, and it was worth every penny. There are plenty of reviews of the CC51 around here as well, and for under $51 they're a steal.
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