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best in-ear and iem for under 50

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i was looking at buying a pair of in ear or iem's for under 50 i will be using an amp (fiio e6) 

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please reply

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VSonic GR02 Bass - If you love your bass without sacrificing too much mid & highs(not really sure just assuming from other peoples opinion. Best Rating for it's price in Jokers best iem thread.

VSonic VC02 - If you want more clarity?

Soundmagic E10 - Can't go wrong, with amp even better

 

 

All go for around $35-$40

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i listen to alot of bassy songs so i think i am going to go with the v sonic gr02

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thank you by the way

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I bought a pair of Denon in-ear headphones. Theyre comfortable and work well with good noise cancelling. The lows from drum and bass come over well whilst vocals and electric / acoustic guitars in the mid and high range shimmer nicely. The model is no longer available but I suspect their range is generally good.

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what edition where you refering to the bass or regular

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Oh ok thanks
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Oh ok thanks
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Based on pure sound quality on my audiophille Colorfly CK4+ DAP , here is what my ears tell me : 

 

VSonic VDS1s (Warm) > HiSound Flamenco (V-shape) > BrainWavz R1 (V-shape) > HiSound E212 (Warm) > Astrotec AM-90 (Vocal) > Astrotec AM-800 (Neutral) > SoundMagic E10 (V-shape) > SoundMagic E30 (Neutral) > Bayerdynamic DTX 71 ie (Warm) > VSonic GR04 (Neutral) > VSonic GR02 (Basshead) > BrainWavz M2  (Warm) > Dunu Trident (Basshead) >>> Sennheiser / AKG stuff

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