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post #61 of 66

As for the Sandisk Clip Zip, I think the 4GB might be on sale for $30 on Labor Day weekend at Radio Shack. I missed the sale at Toys R US last week for just $25.


Edited by JK1 - 8/8/12 at 3:01pm
post #62 of 66
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Originally Posted by rickdohc View Post

i could be wrong but, if you dont like V shapped sound and boomy bass, stay away from the 3580.

I hear a lot of people referring to the highs on the 3580's as tinny and bright. Would this be accurate? Are they sibilant?

post #63 of 66
Thread Starter 

They are a little bright.  I didn't find them tinny.  They were a little sibilant out of the box, but it got better as I used them.  Other than that, they didn't really need any break in.


Edited by BackwardPawn - 8/8/12 at 7:54pm
post #64 of 66

3580 brights are high no way they are tinny,  silibants no that much. But  I have changed my mind,  i find the FX101 a much better iem than the 3580, the bass is deeper, sounds louder, mids and highs are nice for such a cheap earphone.  But with 50 bucks i would try those Vsonics Gr99 or Gr02 Bass Edition.

post #65 of 66
I'd take the fx101 over any sub-$30 iems.

Only exception being soundmagic es18

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post #66 of 66
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Since its being returned, I might do that.

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