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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by djvkool View Post

I, for one, am not a fan on JVC's low end bassy IEM, all of the 3 (FX1X, FX3X and FX101) have all been a dissapointment in bass quality.

 

I would say if you can, move straight to JVC's FXZ100 or FXZ200, they are both triple-dynamic IEM, with the third being a kevlar subwoofer - so yes you literally have in-ear subwoofer with either of these two

I just don't think i could justify spending that when i need something that's going to have to be in my backpack/ pocket alot.

post #17 of 23

If the JVC doesn't work out for you, you can always go for the Sony MH1C. Sounds fantastic for the price, great low extension and sub-bass, and $25 isn't that big of a risk.
 

post #18 of 23

TDK EB900 will blow your ear drumms out with bass. Not the best in sq (not the worst either), but cheap xtreme bass fonesetysmile.gif

Or you could try the Xears N3, i think they sound pretty good considering the low cost, you can still use the discount code 'KLANGFUZZIS'. Im sure there is a review on hear somewhere. im using them a bit more that my TF10s at the momment. To be honest they do go louder without distorting compared to the TF10s regarding bass. Quite a 'fun' sounding earphone if you ask me.... Very good value for the money..


Edited by snedanator - 2/9/13 at 10:58am
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post #20 of 23
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Originally Posted by Seekky View Post

yes,the FX101 has massive bass.


Yes it certainly has lots of bass. You will love them if you listen to rap music.

post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by eastPride View Post

If the JVC doesn't work out for you, you can always go for the Sony MH1C. Sounds fantastic for the price, great low extension and sub-bass, and $25 isn't that big of a risk.
 


How does the Sony MH1C compare to the JVCs? Does it have more bass?

post #22 of 23
Sony Mh1c has more of sub-bass , and jvc has more of mid bass.
I would prefer Sony over any iem below $50. Trust me it can rumble in your ears like a subwoofer , while retaining the mids and treble .
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by snedanator View Post
 

here is some info on the XEars N3 nearly half way down the page.  http://www.head-fi.org/t/478568/multi-iem-review-271-iems-compared-jvc-ha-fx101-spider-tinyear-added-02-06-13
 

Thank you for the info dude, I'm going to order a pair of these for my GF! Maybe gonna take one for me too.

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