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Just ordered some FX101s, I hope I'm impressed, I've never really liked IEMs.

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Originally Posted by quisxx View Post


Cks77 are regarded as fx101 upgrade, and the new sony's are said to be an upgrade ove the cks77.  If you're on a budget then yes the fx101's are the ones to get.

 

 

Agree. I got my pair last week ($10.50 + ship) & they do amazing low bass reproduction for an iem..and a cheap one at that.

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Thread Starter 

Do burn them in real good with your heaviest bass tracks. Does wonders to straighten out the sound. Well they do cost $15 I don't think they are the end all of course but worthy for certain.

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I'll definitely be burning them in with some deep dubstep with my E10's bass boost on, can't wait.

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FX40 > Fx101

 

Fx40 , better sounding overall.

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@ Dsnuts

 

I know this is old news but since you own the Philips SHE9700/27's, how would you rate them against the FX 101's and the FX 40's. 

 

Since you said the SHE9700 was an upgrade to the SHE3580, I am interested to know how they compare against the FX101s.  And is it worth it to get the SHE9700's if I already have the FX40s?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Considering how most of the posts are just how does one of DSnut's discoveries compares to another, it would be good if we had a comparative review of all of them.

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Thread Starter 

When I get a chance I will take out all the earphones on this thread and do a one page summary.

 

For now I would say the She9700 would be more of a side grade to the FX101..Both have great bass ability as well as have proper highs and mids..The FX40 is the champ..

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Thank you beerchug.gif it wouldn't need to be you, but I don't know anyone else who has all of your insanely-cheap-for-their-quality IEMs

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Cools, might jump on the SHE9700's since I can get them for a good price used.  They seem to be more mellow in the highs department from what I remember reading as compared to the FX101s, so it should be a more smooth listening with these Philips...........................hopefully.

 

Oh and I 2nd LizardKing1 on that comparison idea between the cheap IEMs, it's a good update/ revamp of the 1st page/ post of this thread so people would just skip the Tts etc and just go for these JVCs. 


Edited by sfwalcer - 8/20/12 at 5:43pm
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Right so my money went back into my bank account today and I send my SoundMagic E10s away for a replacement to be sold. I am about to pull the trigger on the FX101s; is there anything else that is better for between £15-£40 or should I just get the FX101s?

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Originally Posted by Mackem View Post

Right so my money went back into my bank account today and I send my SoundMagic E10s away for a replacement to be sold. I am about to pull the trigger on the FX101s; is there anything else that is better for between £15-£40 or should I just get the FX101s?

 

Fx101 if you want big bass.

Fx40 if you want more than bass.

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FX40 

 

 

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I think you guys would all enjoy the Beyerdynamic XP IEMs, cheap and sound great ;)

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^ DO ya thang Dsnuts. LoL

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