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Sub 15$ workout IEM

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Edit:- Thank you all, I got my SoundMagic ES 18 and the SQ is truly amazing. But the small size and the build quality worries me a bit. When these will stop working I'll go for the 

JVC HAFX1X. They look rock solid even though they don't have a flat freq response like SoundMagic ES18 :)

 

Hi, I live in a third world country and spending 100$ for a decent pair of IEMs isn't really economical. Max I can spend is 10$ since I'm a student. But I run and workout regularly. Can you tell me which sub 10$ IEM has a good lifespan? I had SkullCandy Ink'd 2 and they broke within 3 months. I didn't work out with them just used them to listen music from PC. I'm not looking at 10$ IEM which will last forever but the best built one would surely last for 8-12 months since I'm really good at taking care of my earphones. I have ordered SoundMagic ES18 which is yet to arrive. I'll be jogging and working out with them. Please share your experience with them if you had them before. Thanks.


Edited by KrishtaCharya - 3/8/14 at 7:03am
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Try these. They are amazing quality. Only downside is that there it no mic, but at that price range you can't really complain. People around here rave about the Monoprice 8320's. I have yet to try them myself but they seem great at that price range. Either would make a great earphone. 

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At that price point the best your gonna get is those Panasonics, unless Audeze has a free sampling booth somewhere ;).

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If you can splurge and spend 18.99 you can get the Mee electronics M6. They're pretty awesome for the price. Used to wear them running all the time, had no problems with them coming out.
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If you can splurge and spend 18.99 you can get the Mee electronics M6. They're pretty awesome for the price. Used to wear them running all the time, had no problems with them coming out.

 

Had those, loved them, but the quality just wasn't the same after a couple months of use. Then one ear shorted out. 

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