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Best quality/price under 50$ in-ear headphones

post #1 of 21
Thread Starter 

Hi all, i recently buyed a pair of audio technica m50 and i use these with my notebook. So i'm searching some to use outside and more portable.

I will listen with my Ipod Classic(rarely) or my Nexus 4. I listen electro house,progressive house, deep house, some minimal, dubstep and hip hop.

I search the BEST QUALITY PRICE. 

Thanks all.

Sorry for english errors.

 

PS. I create another post in wrong section so i re-create here. Advices were Xiaomi Piston, Brainwavz Delta, Vsonic VSD1, Vsonic GR 99

post #2 of 21

I don't really see why you can't carry your ATH-M50s with you outside. But if you don't feel comfortable doing that, this is a good list for finding IEMs.

 

I also did you the service of sorting out IEMs from that thread on this site. I searched with an inline remote, so if you don't care about that, just uncheck it.

 

The Etymotic Research ETY-Kids 3 (the one with the inline) has the best scores out of the included reviews but has limited volume because it's marketed to kids with auditory health in mind.

post #3 of 21
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I can't take the AudioTechnica outside because i have coiled cable(...), i viewed the thread and i choosed: vsonic vsd1, vsonic gr99, soundmagic e10, xiaomi piston?

post #4 of 21

I'm not sure about those IEMs. Someone else could probably give you better information; the only review I know of out of those is this one for the VSonic GR99s. I haven't heard any of the IEMs you've recommended, but that looks like a great value. SteelSeries Flux In-Ear are a good option, too. The Flux appear to sound a bit more neutral than the GR99s. Both look good, so I'd say to pick between those two.

 

But take that with a few grains of salt.

post #5 of 21
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Ok, thanks man. Remember that i search i good bass quality because i listen types of music that need bass.So the best?

post #6 of 21

I'm interested in hearing any reviews regarding the new super-underbudget Shure SE112 IEM's (recently announced), $50. If Shure keeps on its budget track, these will be bass-heavy (like the SE115's) and have a very good quality/price ratio

post #7 of 21

If you can afford it though, I'd step up to the SE115 or SE115m because it has really good reviews already.

post #8 of 21
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Originally Posted by reydj24 View Post

 

Ok, thanks man. Remember that i search i good bass quality because i listen types of music that need bass.So the best?





I Heard tons of good reviews of VSD1 and VSD1S. From what i have read the VSD1 have a little more focus on the highs and the VSD1S on the mids. Both have good quantity of bass.

post #9 of 21
Thread Starter 

Ok, so i have 2 option: Vsd1, or wait shure se112. Something else?

post #10 of 21

VSonic GR02 Bass Edition? xD there is a lot of options from VSonic. I heard that this model was very competitive in its price range and better than GR99.

post #11 of 21
Thread Starter 

Mmm ok but it's more complicated... I have to choose the best, vsonic vsd1 vs gr02 bass?

post #12 of 21

My suggestion, the VSD1. I heard (because i don't have one) that the GR02 Bass Edition is somewhat prone to sibilance. You can't go wrong if you choose any of this two IEM

post #13 of 21
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Hey, how about JVC HA-FX10 OR JVC HA-FX1X?

post #14 of 21
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Sony MDR-EX210?

post #15 of 21
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Dunu DN-23?

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