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Long lasting, Great sounding in-ear earphones under $60 (Australian)

post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 

HI I am new here and I wanted a suggestion. I have previously had apple earphones, logitech ue 200(fell apart) and Phillips SHE3580(stopped Working) they all lasted about a month and they were junk. I was wondering which earphones will be the best out of these? I would want them to last atleast 5+ months. I would like the vocals to be clear and the bass to be punchy. After a lot of searching and reviews here is the list what would be best? THANKS

 

 

VSonic gr06

VSonic gr02 Bass Edition

Vsonic Gr99

Soundmagic e10

Soundmagic e30

Soundmagic pl50

Visang R03

Astrotec Am-90

id America Spark

Fischer Audio Fundamentals Series Paradigm V.3

RADIOPAQ Custom Tuned Jazz

MEElectronics m31/m6/m9/m21/m31/sp51

Logitech Ultimate Ears 600

JVC xtreme xplosives

JVC hafxc51b Micro HD


Edited by BdTigerZ - 8/22/12 at 1:27am
post #2 of 14

I think you need to treat them with extra care maybe, if you are killing them in a month

 

I have a soundmagic PL50 that is lasting me quite a few years, and I sleep with them on occasionally. They are not of the toughest build, but they are very very comfortable to your ears. Coil the cable and put them back into the case every time, and it should be fine.

 

Vsonic should be quite well built as well. The others I have not tried, but I would expect the UE600 to be of better quality then the 200 both in build and sound.

post #3 of 14

GR06. It is literally on top of your list and it should actually be :) It is well built, especially the cable (better than GR07 Mk I). But actually if you want something really long lasting you should invest in IEM with removable cable (although it is more expensive).

post #4 of 14
Thread Starter 

Is the Gr02 just as good? i could save myself some money as the Gr06 is the most Expensive in the list.

post #5 of 14

From what I read the GR06 should be quite a bit better than the GR02, its worth the extra money considering it WILL last for over 5 months ;) And when you divide the extra cost over 5 months, that's only a few cents savings a day

 

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post #6 of 14
Thread Starter 

What about the others?? I realy like te spark earphones they have gotten good reviews on this site plus they look AMAZING for $50

post #7 of 14

Meelectroincs M6? I got them last week and am pleased with them!

post #8 of 14
Thread Starter 

There are just so many option!! Someone says this someone says that! can someone please point out the pros and cons of each if they can? PLZZ would appreciate it!

post #9 of 14

Ok for the Meelectronics M6 this being after about a week of regular listening.

 

 

PROS: Great bass

Good mids, and highs.

Memory wire (these can go over then in your ears, so the memory wire stays in place so you don' have to readjust every time you put them on).

Cheap.

Lots of ear tips, and a case included.

 

 

CONS: Some times the bass can be a little over powering and flabby.

post #10 of 14
Thread Starter 

i dont like the over ear style but i will still keep it in mind.. How about their other products?

 

M21?

M31?

M9?

SP51?

 

They just as good?? Again im looking Clarity, Clear Vocals, Punchy Bass(Not over the top, just enough)

post #11 of 14

I have heard some good reviews on the m9 but have not listened to them.

post #12 of 14
Thread Starter 

Can anyone plz provide the pros and cons of the other iems???? plzz

post #13 of 14

you'r missing the ath-ckm500 ...

post #14 of 14

FEELS Pro 900. $65 AUD.

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