Nice clear shot
OK, VSD3S it is!!! :)
Really tempted to get it, from the same "source" as you have
Just remember to remove the Ivery ear tips very carefully...
So after seeing the broken Ivery pictures maybe instead of buying 4 cheap IEM, I should buy 1 with the money of the others 4.
I searched in this thread and found near page 100 some impressions about Earmax ER80/IE80, and no one have talked about them anymore.
I can find them for US$30 on Aliexpress, is any better option on this price?
No SoundMagic or Brainwavz, Vsonic could be good an nice alternative, but i`ve already ordered VSD3S so`d like to try another brand...
Havi is US$20+ ( and i would use it with my simple music player or smartphone, so no amping, no havi ) and KC06 is US$30+, so nooo way
These cables looks badass and if they are 25% of Senn. IE80 they should be great
If Rock It Sounds classifies for a chinese/asian brand, then here you have:
Discovered something new (someone actually forwarded to me a link): http://bbs.iuni.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=1662 , or at least new to me :) Can't read Chinese or translate since text embedded into images. I'm guessing it has an adjustable filter to change between regular and "bass" sound by a twist, and also has in-line remote with Android control (play/pause and volume up/down). Flat cable also looks nice. Can't figure out, is the housing made out of plastic or aluminum? Looks like brushed metal, but could be plastic? Also, what does it say about a sound? There is also another link: http://www.chiphell.com/thread-1049644-1-1.html
FYI, got that IUNI headphones yesterday (http://bbs.iuni.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=1662)
High quality build (solid aluminum earpiece), quality flat cable, full android remote control (play/pause/volume up/down), quality hybrid eartips, and.... CRAPPY sound :( You have "neutral" and "bass" twist position. In neutral, low frequency completely missing (very thin sound) like it's sliced off with low shelf filter. In bass position, you get an overpowering boomy bass that smears all over the rest of the frequency range and kills the sound details. I guess, bass setting is typical for "beats" type of sound, while neutral is just for podcast/vocal listening lol!!!
Not recommending it at all, though I will try to take it apart later to see the guts :)