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I'm looking for in ear headphones that has a lot of bass. I've been reading about the monoprice 8320 and the reviews say that it has good bass.
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Under $30 please.
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A set of senheiser cx300 II`s are a good starting point however $30 will not get you that far and for 40-50 you can snag a set of klipsch s4`s which have great bass, good isolation and amazing comfort. http://www.catchoftheday.com.au/event/27542/product/klipsh-image-s4a-headphones-for-android-15002

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A set of senheiser cx300 II`s are a good starting point however $30 will not get you that far and for 40-50 you can snag a set of klipsch s4`s which have great bass, good isolation and amazing comfort. http://www.catchoftheday.com.au/event/27542/product/klipsh-image-s4a-headphones-for-android-15002

 

x2 cx300 or s4 are decent

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x2 cx300 or s4 are decent
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A set of senheiser cx300 II`s are a good starting point however $30 will not get you that far and for 40-50 you can snag a set of klipsch s4`s which have great bass, good isolation and amazing comfort. [URL=http://www.catchoftheday.com.au/event/27542/product/klipsh-image-s4a-headphones-for-android-
15002]http://www.catchoftheday.com.au/event/27542/product/klipsh-image-s4a-headphones-for-android-15002[/URL]

Thanks guys. I'll be looking into those earphones.
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jvc fx101
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Thanks guys. I'll be looking into those earphones.
What did you decide?
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Buy the Soundmagic ES18 for $12 on Amazon. If you can stretch your budget to $39, the Sony MDR-XB60EX looks very interesting and has great reviews. I have the ES18 and love it, but don't have the XB60EX yet.

The Soundmagic ES18 sounds so much better than the Sennheiser CX300. I have the CX300, but rarely use it now.
Edited by JK1 - 10/11/13 at 2:55pm
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I bought the S4's.
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What are your impressions
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What are your impressions

It's not that great. I want iem's that has sub bass quantity.
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It's not that great. I want iem's that has sub bass quantity.

that sucks, can you return  them?

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It's not that great. I want iem's that has sub bass quantity.
you can't listen to everyone you hear, Klipsch s4s are known more for their clear highs and mids, not bass. The bass IS pretty good on the monoprice 8320s , I've owned both.
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If you want sub bass you should look at some of sonys in ears like the xb60ex or the jvc fx101. audio technica may have some good in ears like the ckm55

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Brainwavz R1 (discount)

JVC FX1X

Soundmagic E10. (Not basshead heavy but has very good presence)

 

JVC FX101

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