Originally Posted by thesuperguy
I was browsing on lendmeurears and I stumbled upon this page: http://www.lendmeurears.com/product_info.php?products_id=64&osCsid=0ff80bffd1cdcaeaef325b38d02283c7
While looking at the specs, what shocked me was the very limited frequency response of only 15hz-3000hz in comparison to most earphones that go above 10000hz often even reaching 20000hz. Then again, it could just be a typo.
Now I myself am not an expert with earbuds swearing to never purchase them again after comparing a decent pair of IEMs with apple earbuds, but Vsonic is known for putting out respectable products so this is indeed interesting.
They currently go for a little under 30 USD so there isn't much harm in trying them.
Looks very interesting. I will likely get it, trusting Vsonic's reputation, because, frankly, I don't like earbuds. Also, the frequency range is likely a typo, but it doesn't really matter, because, as far as I know, the frequency range specs for IEMs and earbuds mean little since it's not exactly accurate measuring it. But it's probably a typo. Pretty common one too though.
Earbuds can be quite decent, but generally IEMs have a better price/performance ratio in my experience. I actually haven't used the old stock Apple earbuds for several years, so I haven't the vaguest idea how they sound...I'm sure bad with what I've heard. I'm certain that VSonic's new UU2 will sound better.
Edited by eastPride - 2/9/13 at 2:23pm