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Choice between Vsonic and JVC for an affordable IEM

post #1 of 5
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Hi ..

 

Am thinking of buying a good pair of IEMs. Till now I have narrowed down to the vsonic gr02 BE or JVC HA-FX3X. Basically I am looking for something with good noise cancellation under $60. Other features that I am looking for are:

1. Soundstage (under $60 would be rare but, nevertheless)

2. Detailed

3. Warm (the bass not throwing itself around - Not in excess)

 

Basically, I have begun to dabble in production (at a very fundamental level) and hence, want something which delivers a great ability to distinguish instruments in a track.

 

Please suggest me something. (~$60) Are my above choices of IEMs good ?

 

Thanks

post #2 of 5

MH1C VC02 GR02BE

post #3 of 5

I think if you raise your budget bit then Yamaha EPH100 are excelent buy for there better noise isolation than most dynamic IEMs with good punchy bass, great wide soundstage and imaging, instruments separation and very detailed in mids, highs. But from the above list JVC FX3X are great buy because it offers deep punchy bass, fairly wide soundstage and quite detailed mids, highs and isolation is above average.

post #4 of 5
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Thanks a ton ... Are these similar in performance ? ...
 

post #5 of 5
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Thanks Zarim ... What is the best price that I can expect for buying the Yamaha EPH100 ? ... Amazon is showing a tag of ~150$ which seems quite steep ...

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