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Best IEM for lying on side

post #1 of 21
Thread Starter 

I use my laptop in bed and when I get lazy I lie on my side, but I have to take out the earbud that I'm lying on because it gets uncomfortable. I'm currently using the Brainwavz M1

 

Are there any IEMs that can be used comfortably while lying sideways?

 

I like the sound of the Soundmagic E30 better than my Brainwavz M1. I prefer right-angle headphone jacks. Budget is $60.


Edited by forensic fox - 5/25/12 at 4:19am
post #2 of 21

What you need my friend is the Phillips SHE3580wink_face.gif Just what the doctor ordered. It's your life's destiny to embrace true sound at a budget price. Many members own this IEM and if you read here you will see why. 

Phillips she3580.jpg


HAIL the mighty SHE3580! 



 


Edited by H20Fidelity - 5/25/12 at 4:35am
post #3 of 21

if budget is possible slight increase, i will recommend Phonak Audeo PFE012, it has superb mini size design on the housing, over-the ear design with comfortable fitting, basically you can enjoy your music and lie on bad 

post #4 of 21

westone 2

post #5 of 21

JVC HA-FX40. It sounds fantastic and is only $20. It doesn't have  stems.

post #6 of 21

JVC FXC50, FXC51, Sony EX310, V-Moda Remix, Klipsch S4 are great to wear when lying on side and all sound pretty good for the price.

post #7 of 21

GR07 are great for being lazy too, since the profile is rather flat

post #8 of 21
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the suggestions so far. I especially like the GR06 because it looks very low profile while in the ear and has a 90 degree jack. 

 

The Soundmagic PL50 also looks small and has a right angle jack. How does it compare with previous recommendations in terms of lying down comfort?

 

How does the PL50 compare to the GR06 (in terms of comfort)?


Edited by forensic fox - 5/25/12 at 11:39pm
post #9 of 21

+1 On the SHE3580, they're incredibly small making them ideal for this.

post #10 of 21
Thread Starter 

Are you sure? The SHE3580 barely looks smaller than the Brainwavz M1...

post #11 of 21
Thread Starter 

Bump... I really am interested in the JVC HA-FX40 and SHE3580, but they don't look that compact. Any pictures of them being worn?

post #12 of 21

The Philips SHE3580 is very small Semi IEMs and they are good sounding and JVC FX40 are also small, comfy and good sounding for the price.

post #13 of 21

The SHE3580 is there abouts the the same size as CX300ii, They tuck away neatly in the earcanal, you can hardly see them. I have used them in bed, you can easily lye on your side without knowing they're there, no pressure at ll.. Plus they sound pretty damn good.

Here's a picture of them next to my Clip+

PhillipsSHE3580.jpeg
 

post #14 of 21
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Quote:
Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

The SHE3580 is there abouts the the same size as CX300ii, They tuck away neatly in the earcanal, you can hardly see them. I have used them in bed, you can easily lye on your side without knowing they're there, no pressure at ll.. Plus they sound pretty damn good.

Here's a picture of them next to my Clip+
 

thanks for the pic

post #15 of 21
Thread Starter 

any pics of the JVC HAFX40 being worn?

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