Multi Budget IEM/Headphone Sale! Prices Lowered!! Senn CX300, Razer m250 Clip-ons, Koss KE29!
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Items for sale: Sennheiser CX300, Razer m250, Koss KE29
Sennheiser CX300: $16, Free shipping!
The classic budget contender that everyone seems to have a pair of!
Razer Protone m250 clip-on headphones: $22, Free Shipping!
These are a surprisingly excellent pair of clip ons. They are extremely comfortable and easy to wear, and the sound quality is phenomonal. They sound like a Grado model, just a little bit below the quality level of the SR60. They have very forward, clean, bright mids, and highs that shimmer without being sibilant. They might be a rebranding of the Audio Technica ATH-EM7 because they look pretty similar; however, I have no proof of this at all, never having owned the EM7. They have normal wear from being 2 years old. They still sound great.
Koss KE29 orange IEMs: $13, Free shipping!
Here is a product page for this nice set of budget Koss IEMs.
The reviews speak for themselves. Comes with two pair of tips and the soft magnetic case that it came in.
Meelectronics M9: $10 each, Free shipping!
I have two Meelectronics M9 IEMs for sale. They are a very nice budget contender in sound, and probably the clear-cut winner in budget for build quality, with the all-metal driver housing and incredibly sturdy braided and coated cable. I have both the black and silver version, whoever buys first gets to choose. They both have the inline mic, though I'm not sure what it's compatible for; I never used it. I will only be including the IEM and two sets of semi-random, matching tips from my spares collection. They're probably not the stock ones.
The cost for either is just $10 with free shipping, no fees, etc. One flat rate. If you buy both, I can take $18. These are great pairs for gym use, jogging, knocking around, even taking to the beach without having to worry too much. They'll stand up to just about anything. Send me a PM to buy, and thanks!
Some random wooden IEMs with inline volume control: $5, Free shipping!
Name says it all. I don't even know what brand they are. They sound OK, nothing special. I think I got them for $5 on some deal website, so I'm fine with like $3.50 after I pay for shipping. They still sound good, they're not muddy garbage or anything, it's just that there are better options in the $10-15 range. A fun backup pair.
Edited by soundstige - 3/18/12 at 2:16pm