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How do you like them?

 

It'll take some time to really get a proper impression, but so far quality definitely surpasses their price.

 

Right side is a little weak, but that might just take some breaking in. The mids are muddy and the lows are a bit anemic (they seem to over-modulate a bit as well) - hopefully those issues too will improve with time. If I had paid $50 for these I'd probably be disappointed, but for the price I can't complain much. An absolute upgrade over, say, iPhone earbuds in terms of sound (no mic or controls, of course). Also, the microphonics issue isn't gone completely in the new pair... They're not very comfortable but they're fine for short (<2 hours) listening sessions. 

 

Bottom line: they're worthy of their hype on price alone. In the under-$20 category, they're a solid pick. But I don't see them beating more serious options.

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It'll take some time to really get a proper impression, but so far quality definitely surpasses their price.

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Bottom line: they're worthy of their hype on price alone. In the under-$20 category, they're a solid pick. But I don't see them beating more serious options.


If we're talking about surpassing the price, get yourself some KZ EDSE for roughly the same cost.

You will get a HUGE improvement at least with the lows and the build quality ;)

http://www.head-fi.org/t/698148/knowledge-zenith-kz-impressions-thread

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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.

 

 

  

 

That's amazing. Definitely trying that with some heat shrink tubing. 

 

Use these daily on the subway/bus ride with slightly modified tips. 


Edited by Tenetgg - 4/13/15 at 1:39pm
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Got my 9927 today. Not as exciting as Sony MH1 or LG Quadbeat 2 but a more balanced response than either. I think I have a new favorite this price segment.:etysmile:

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How about that bass impact!? It reminds me of my Creative Aurvana Live!. It's as if your entire eardrum in moving on in sync with every kick drum hit. Not all IEMs and headphones have this, it really adds enjoyment to the listening experience and bears more resemblance how it sounds on speakers.

 

The more I listen the more I hear the coloration in the upper mids unfortunately. At least it's coloration and not strident, harsh or grating.

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Got 1 pair of 8320 todays

Lack of bass for sure but the mid high are clearly there and make it pretty good for vocal and stuff

Listened to the m9p after make me realise vocal seem behind and the bass is brutal

The jvc xx the small black one with killing treble sound like crap compared to both


Still need to see the soundstage. M9p vs 8320

The new m9 classic have smaller casing so i may try them
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