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I started listening to mine again after I broke the stem off my ie8s and blew a driver on my MT Pro Golds. I'm using these on my jailbroken iPhone 6 plus using the Cydia tweet Equalizer Everywhere, which puts a 10 band EQ plus pre amp in the control center. Love these with the extra bass from the EQ.
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I feel like I need to add something to what I said earlier. When you're on the go or if there is any other noise in the area, then lots of things get washed out. Low bass is the most noticable loss of sound, so things like bass drum kicks or something like the bass line in a rap or dubstep song will go unheard or muffled pretty badly. This gets worse with the stock tips, but with Complys it's not that bad.

Sadly on the go is what IEMs like this are for (in my opinion), so it's worth me saying this. Keep in mind that these are only $7 so I can't complain at all, and I still love these!  :etysmile:

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I've been using these all the time for stage monitoring. I'm not a huge fan of how the cable can 'kink' or get a fairly permanent crease, but if wound up in a case similar to what Shure IEM's come in, it will not happen.

 

I modded these at week 2 or 3 of ownership with two paperclips and masking tape. Although it is pretty ugly, it is functional and works great, and they stay on my head when I'm on stage. I can monitor bass, drums, keys, guitars, vox and still clearly hear each. 

 

For ~$8, these can't be beat. The only thing close that I like are the Sony MDR earbuds for less than $25. Price point aside, these Monoprice 8320 buds sound better.

 

 

  


Edited by pshaww - 3/23/15 at 4:09pm
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I've been using these all the time for stage monitoring. I'm not a huge fan of how the cable can 'kink' or get a fairly permanent crease, but if wound up in a case similar to what Shure IEM's come in, it will not happen.

I modded these at week 2 or 3 of ownership with two paperclips and masking tape. Although it is pretty ugly, it is functional and works great, and they stay on my head when I'm on stage. I can monitor bass, drums, keys, guitars, vox and still clearly hear each. 

For ~$8, these can't be beat. The only thing close that I like are the Sony MDR earbuds for less than $25. Price point aside, these Monoprice 8320 buds sound better.



  

Immore surprised that you were able to use these on stage. In terms of sound, i can howthey can be used as budget budget monitors.

But these things dont isolate much at all. You must've had to crank theses things up for that
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