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Which IEM with no, "For the money" status?

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Just wondering which IEM sounds way beyond it's price. One that you would buy even if it cost alot more? I guess.... one that you would call a sleeper in the low price world. :)

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The RE0, GR07, HF5, UE TF10Pro, Sony EX600 and JVC FXD80 are pretty amazing for the price.
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Most Dunu products, or Hisound or SoundMAGIC.

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Many IEMs might suit in there, but the latest Sony MH1C will stand out from others with its price:performance almost 5x-6x times. Check out its appreciation thread if you havent already: (It has become one of the fastest growing threads...)

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/632892/review-sony-mh1-the-best-kept-secret

 

I also found many meelectronics IEMs to be deserving for their price, even though a little let down on SQ (except for A151 and A161P), they score well in all other departments..


Edited by hitme987 - 11/9/12 at 11:24am
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Shure SE215, Sunrise Xcape IE. Perfect phones for any money :)

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Originally Posted by ZARIM View Post

The RE0, GR07, HF5, UE TF10Pro, Sony EX600 and JVC FXD80 are pretty amazing for the price.

The HiFiMAN RE0 is no longer in production. What about the RE-400? People have reported the RE-400 to be better than the RE0. I think that the RE-400 is pretty unbeatable for its price tag at $100. 

 

Also, might I suggest the Shure SE215, VSonic VSD3/3s?


Edited by Insatiable One - 9/21/14 at 10:16pm
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