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Alternative to Vsonic VSD1S...something with a MIC

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So, after much reading, I thought I had picked out the earbuds I would like to buy this X-Mas...the Vsonic VSD1S. I am not a basshead, and I also have a low tolerance for excessively bright highs. I prefer a more precise sound, and a good soundstage. I'm trying to stay close to $50, give or take a few. The VSD1S seemed like the perfect fit, given my budget and my listening preferences. Then, I realized it didn't have an MIC. So, what alternatives do I have with an inline MIC? I am thinking:

 

Meelectronics CC51P

Meelectronics A161P

Steelseries FLUX in-ear

 

and for $75-100

 

Etymotic HF2 (Cobalt)

NuForce NE-700M

HIFIMAN RE-400

Steelseries FLUX Pro

 

What do you think? Am I on the right track? Would really appreciate it if you could throw some ideas this way. Thanks!


Edited by jhumur - 12/2/13 at 11:26am
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***bump (hope it's ok to do that.)

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So, after much reading, I thought I had picked out the earbuds I would like to buy this X-Mas...the Vsonic VSD1S. I am not a basshead, and I also have a low tolerance for excessively bright highs. I prefer a more precise sound, and a good soundstage. I'm trying to stay close to $50, give or take a few. The VSD1S seemed like the perfect fit, given my budget and my listening preferences. Then, I realized it didn't have an MIC. So, what alternatives do I have with an inline MIC? I am thinking:

 

Meelectronics CC51P

Meelectronics A161P

Steelseries FLUX in-ear

 

and for $75-100

 

Etymotic HF2 (Cobalt)

NuForce NE-700M

HIFIMAN RE-400

Steelseries FLUX Pro

 

What do you think? Am I on the right track? Would really appreciate it if you could throw some ideas this way. Thanks!

I would pick Flux if I were you. Don't know why but it is cheap and getting some rave reviews.

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+1 Flux.

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Edit.


Edited by deco cat - 3/20/14 at 12:49pm
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I tried them both...the vsd1 is miles away ... The bass and clarity is inpressive as THW output level.

Flux doesn work with nokis ans is far worse thsn my LG OEM... They are indeed not pretty
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