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IEMs under $60

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Hi I have about $60 to buy a pair of IEMs. I listen to Rap and Dubstep as well as a lot of Classic Rock/Folk Rock. So I would like some punchy bass, but it can't overpower and muddy up the mids. I would like them to have a hard case and large selection of tips, but Its definitely not a necessity. From what I have seen I can find some with good bass and some with good overall SQ, but can't seem to find a good combination of the two. Maybe I'm asking for too much for $60.

 

So far I'm looking at

 

Meelectronics M11P+ (have heard it has little too much bass for what I'm looking for)

Thinksound Rain (seem to lack the bass I'm looking for)

Meelectronics (seem to be a little more balanced)

Astrotec AM-90 (never heard of the company, but sound pretty solid)

 

but im certainly open to more suggestions. Thanks.

post #2 of 8

Rock-It Sounds R-30 seem to be well liked. I also really liked my M2s which were plenty bassy. The VSonic GR02 Bass had nice low end as well.

post #3 of 8
I like all these suggestions but I have one question how do the M2s compare to the M4s?
post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the reply TwinQY. I'm strongly considering the GR02. They fit what I'm looking for almost perfectly.

post #5 of 8
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I'm king of confused with how vsonic names their products. Is the GR02 bass edition just and updated R02 Pro2? which one do you recommend

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Originally Posted by DoctorKenya View Post

I'm king of confused with how vsonic names their products. Is the GR02 bass edition just and updated R02 Pro2? which one do you recommend

Yep, but with more (and better) bass. 

post #7 of 8

i suggest you expand your budget to $120, since more decent IEMs will be available.

post #8 of 8

Cheap IEMs with good bass... I think you should look for Philips. I still have the SHE9550, but the bass is quite bloated. There are a lot of bass oriented from Philips that sound good for their price, you should check them out. But if you can get the Superlux HD381, grab it, it will blow you away.

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