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Choosing an In-Ear phones

post #1 of 8
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Hi there,

I'm new here !

I want to buy an In-Ear phones and I wanted to ask your advice.

The main purpose of the future In-Ear phones is for gym.

My budget is until $130.

I want the best earphones I can get in this budget.

 

Some questions, I'll be happy for response.

What is better: JBL S200 VS urBeats VS DUNU1000 VS any other AKG In-Ear phones in this budget.

What do you think specifically on JBL S200 and do they HI FI technology ?

What is HI FI phones ?

 

Thank you very much,

Avi.


Edited by Avis - 2/2/14 at 3:43pm
post #2 of 8

Hi Avi, welcome to the forum! Here is the best source I have found for IEM (in-ear-monitors): http://www.head-fi.org/t/478568/multi-iem-review-309-iems-compared-ces-impressions-part-4-added-01-27-14-p-852. You may want to check out the Tier 2B section to find products in your price range.

 

Cheers... Brian

 

P.S. "HI FI" is just an abbreviation for "high fidelity". To my knowledge, this term has no technical meaning and is used to describe gear that is capable of faithfully rendering the audio source for the listener.

 

P.P.S. This term is also used to gear manufacturers to give buyers (and investors) the impression that their product will perform in this manner.


Edited by bms44974 - 2/4/14 at 4:19am
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Originally Posted by bms44974 View Post
 

Hi Avi, welcome to the forum! Here is the best source I have found for IEM (in-ear-monitors): http://www.head-fi.org/t/478568/multi-iem-review-309-iems-compared-ces-impressions-part-4-added-01-27-14-p-852. You may want to check out the Tier 2B section to find products in your price range.

 

Cheers... Brian

 

P.S. "HI FI" is just an abbreviation for "high fidelity". To my knowledge, this term has no technical meaning and is used to describe gear that is capable of faithfully rendering the audio source for the listener.

 

P.P.S. This term is also used to gear manufacturers to give buyers (and investors) the impression that their product will perform in this manner.

Thank you !

post #4 of 8

Don't walk, but RUN to lendmeurears and get the vsonic gr07 (bass edition)...the line is d/c but they still have the BE left. They perform as good as iem's costing 2-3x this price, easy. The BE edition oddly is not super bassy. It has really rich and textured bass and is a good all rounder as well. These have adjustable nozzles that allow you to aim the sound and get the best fit. 

 

IMO these can not be beat. 

 

gL!!

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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post
 

Don't walk, but RUN to lendmeurears and get the vsonic gr07 (bass edition)...the line is d/c but they still have the BE left. They perform as good as iem's costing 2-3x this price, easy. The BE edition oddly is not super bassy. It has really rich and textured bass and is a good all rounder as well. These have adjustable nozzles that allow you to aim the sound and get the best fit. 

 

IMO these can not be beat. 

 

gL!!

Hi !

I saw the RHA MA750i and I think they more fits me, they have mic and volume control and I they got 8.9 at the sound aspect.

it 0.2 less from the GR07 / GR07BE.

 

The build quality is absolutely much greater than the GR07, they have mic and volume control, isolation is the same and it costs $50 less.

I think that the RHA is my choice.

I would be happy to ask your opinion.

post #6 of 8

I prefer DUNU1000

post #7 of 8
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Originally Posted by Avis View Post
 

Hi !

I saw the RHA MA750i and I think they more fits me, they have mic and volume control and I they got 8.9 at the sound aspect.

it 0.2 less from the GR07 / GR07BE.

 

The build quality is absolutely much greater than the GR07, they have mic and volume control, isolation is the same and it costs $50 less.

I think that the RHA is my choice.

I would be happy to ask your opinion.

Hey Avis,

Thanks for considering the MA750i. They're a great choice at the price point you're considering. If you have any specific questions about them, please just post in this thread and we'll try and get back to you asap!

 

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Thank you RHA,
I bought the MA750i from Apple France store website.

I hope they have there in stock because my uncle will leave France at the 20th.

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