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Any Recommendations on In-Ear-Monitors Under $30?

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I am looking to purchase a low budget IEM for my music during my travels. Budget could vary around $30 and will be flexible up to $40 if it provides a far superior SQ. 

 

Mostly I listen to techno and house, but I do love acoustics too. So I don't know what kind of IEM shall do best in those conditions.

 

Noise isolation is quite important because I travel in noisy buses and I want to be at peace when I'm listening to my music, specially acoustics. 

 

So if possible, please recommend some good IEM products that should satisfy my needs.

 

Thanks in advance. :D

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I'm not sure if they make them any more but the Phillips shs8000 are fantastic low budget iems that have great instrument separation and soundstage and also a slight mid bass hump. They are also very durable. My father's one has survived for almost 4-5 years
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I think there's a newer version Phillips shs8100

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I think there's a newer version Phillips shs8100
I guess if the drivers are the same, you should give it a try, if you have a place to demo them. It's always better to demo headphones in general before you buy them as everyone's ears are different. In short, one man's saliva is another man's gel.
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I have come across Sennheiser CX300-II Precision Bass In-ear Earphones for just $30 on Ebay from a trusted seller with free shipping. Anyone using these?

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