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Looking for decent in-ear earphones between $20-60

post #1 of 8
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I have been reading around the forum and have found some interesting products, however I thought I would describe what I'm looking for in detail for a better response.

 

I am looking for 

 

1. In-Ear. (Nothing fancy, the normal (round) ones. I tried the Bose IE2 and I hated them)

2. Under 70$

3. I listen to electronic music (minimal, techno, tech house)

4. Noise cancelling (doesn't have to be a feature in the earphones, just looking for an in-ear isolation)

-Optional- 5. An L plug because straight plugs tend to come off easily and get damaged faster

post #2 of 8

From the ones  i got, the best ones are:

 

$40.00 Soundmagic E30    nice sound, good bass, a lot of accesorys and tips.


Under $30

Phillips 3580
JVC FX40

Dont get fooled by the price.

 

 

I think you can get the JVC FXD60 for $70.00
 


Edited by rickdohc - 10/1/12 at 9:08am
post #3 of 8

40$ AirBuds buds (www.air-buds.com/product/)

 

Lower end skull candys are actually a favorite of mine too.  The Ink'd is ok, but I had to throw the airbud tips on there because the other tips got uncomfortable after about an hour.

 

I really liked the JVC FX40 too but they have a 'tinny' sound.

post #4 of 8

The HA-FX40 has great detail, but some find it too bright. For almost as much detail but without the excessive treble look at the Panasonic RP-HJE355.

post #5 of 8

I think the sony mdr ex-310 will be suitable for you, big impact of bass, very clear, large soundstage, comfortable, you should try it etysmile.gif

post #6 of 8
Look no further then the Etymotic MC5...
post #7 of 8

If you favor neutrality over big bass. They are pretty flat up till about 10khz, but dont extend much farther than that though.

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Look no further then the Etymotic MC5...
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NRB Mod...
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Originally Posted by jasonb View Post

If you favor neutrality over big bass. They are pretty flat up till about 10khz, but dont extend much farther than that though.
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