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post #16 of 20

The Klipsch X5 willbe great buy under this budget for active use because it's well built, isolate well and sound amazing for the price, very precise in mids, highs and offers good punchy bass like X10 but overall sound opossite wam sound of X10, X5 in neutral, airy and highly detailed with wider oundstage than X10. The others IEMs like GR07, Sony XBA3, JVC FXD80 wilbe also good buy and they al sound great with punchy bass.

post #17 of 20
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The Klipsch X5 willbe great buy under this budget for active use because it's well built, isolate well and sound amazing for the price, very precise in mids, highs and offers good punchy bass like X10 but overall sound opossite wam sound of X10, X5 in neutral, airy and highly detailed with wider oundstage than X10. The others IEMs like GR07, Sony XBA3, JVC FXD80 wilbe also good buy and they al sound great with punchy bass.
post #18 of 20
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The Klipsch X5 willbe great buy under this budget for active use because it's well built, isolate well and sound amazing for the price, very precise in mids, highs and offers good punchy bass like X10 but overall sound opossite wam sound of X10, X5 in neutral, airy and highly detailed with wider oundstage than X10. The others IEMs like GR07, Sony XBA3, JVC FXD80 wilbe also good buy and they al sound great with punchy bass.
post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by SNOOP_DOGG View Post

The Klipsch X5 willbe great buy under this budget for active use because it's well built, isolate well and sound amazing for the price, very precise in mids, highs and offers good punchy bass like X10 but overall sound opossite wam sound of X10, X5 in neutral, airy and highly detailed with wider oundstage than X10. The others IEMs like GR07, Sony XBA3, JVC FXD80 wilbe also good buy and they al sound great with punchy bass.
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Sorry for triple posting. I'm on my phone.
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