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post #16 of 24
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Originally Posted by achyudhk View Post

http://www.flipkart.com/sony-mdrxb90ex-bcin-in-the-ear-headphone/p/itmdrjdgchffuewh?pid=ACCDN4A6MDGSSKYQ&otracker=search&pageNum=1

This is where I bought em. Shipping within India only though. The price is actually $60.

If you are outside India, you get it at the same cost at AMAZON JAPAN,
Oh ok, Im from the US. Gonna see how I do it, thanks a lot for the info.
post #17 of 24

loving mine, just arrived today.

 

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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

If your a bass head then get the mh1c or xb90ex by Sony both are highly respected 😊
 
I gave my mh1's to my gf ages ago, maybe I should give them another listen.
 
I thought these were a bit off at first, but don't think I had a good fit. now I have them fed from the E17 they're sweet. Lots of low, best I've heard but I normally don't spend so much. For a cheaper alternative I've had a lot of fun with the GR02BE. These are on another level without burn in.
 
As usual YMMV.
post #18 of 24
Vsonic gr99le are a great alternative 😎
post #19 of 24
Or xiaomi pistons version 2.0 and monster gratitudes
post #20 of 24

I love mine too.

post #21 of 24

I just ordered one. Lets hope all the good things that was said here will go thru.  -fingers crossed-

post #22 of 24
Some sad news...the right bud of my pair is dead. I don't know if I should order another pair or get the xb70...
post #23 of 24
I find the fit is very sensitive. I have almost No chance with a silicon tip. They either fall out or leak and if they are doing that, then they're vacuum sealing and become muted completely. I get driver flex as well with silicon tips. For me these require a very shallow fit with silicon tips.

With foam tips they fare a lot better fit wise, but seem to lose the bass. I will say though, when I get it right I do really really like these. Paired with a fiio e11, they really level up a ton!!
post #24 of 24

Ive had these buds for a few months now. If you love bass, you need to get these. Im not a fan of silicon tips. the Ts 200 comply foam tips are really great. I find that the sound is really balanced. I use the buds with a ipod 5.5 that has a NX1 strapped to it. Highly suggest this set up.

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