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i personally hate these OEM-type design cans, mostly because the cups detach extremely easily and the steel brackets that sustain them always bend after moderate usage..

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Wee update as promised   -  I have been using the MA150 earphones for a while now and whilst they are not SE535 killers , i am confident in saying they are the best in-ears under £30 i have heard - if you are on a budget these are highly recommended.

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Wee update as promised   -  I have been using the MA150 earphones for a while now and whilst they are not SE535 killers , i am confident in saying they are the best in-ears under £30 i have heard - if you are on a budget these are highly recommended.

 

Astroid, do you happen to know which revision of the MA150 you have?  In case it's the older one, you might be interested to know that there's been a change as of late:  http://www.head-fi.org/t/671817/update-rha-has-released-a-new-revision-of-their-ma150-iem

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