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Best IEM under $100

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Thread Starter 

Headphone Type: IEM (earbud)

Budget: Under $100

Music Types: Rock, Electronic, Hip-Hop

Source: Samsung Nexus, Desktop w/ soundcard

Isolation: Isolation is a plus but not hugely important

Soundstage: Would prefer a larger sound stage if at all possible

Sound: Looking for a more neutral sound. Maybe a bit on the bassy side.

 

 

I'm looking only for performance. Comfort and looks are all just a plus.

 

Thanks for the help guys!:o 


Edited by Joza77 - 3/17/14 at 1:53pm
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Originally Posted by Joza77 View Post
 

Budget: Under $100

Music Types: Rock, Electronic, Hip-Hop

Source: Samsung Nexus, Desktop w/ soundcard

Isolation: Isolation is a plus but not hugely important

Soundstage: Would prefer a larger sound stage if possible

Sound: Looking for a more neutral sound. Maybe a bit on the bassy side.

 

 

I'm looking only for performance. Comfort and looks are all just a plus.

 

Thanks for the help guys!:o

Look the Creative Aurvana Live! 2. Comfortable in your price range and in the bassy side.

post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the suggestion but I already have a pair of over-ear headphones that I like and am looking to buy a pair of IEMs.


Edited by Joza77 - 3/17/14 at 1:40pm
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Oh I´m Sorry Buddy i misread your post. A large soundstage in IEM is difficult to archieve. The VSonic Gr06 have a good sense of space for IEM and have elevated bass (but not very bassy) and great mids. I Listen EDM and do the job excelent in my opinion.

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Originally Posted by juan1894 View Post

Oh I´m Sorry Buddy i misread your post. A large soundstage in IEM is difficult to archieve. The VSonic Gr06 have a good sense of space for IEM and have elevated bass (but not very bassy) and great mids. I Listen EDM and do the job excelent in my opinion.

I'll look into the GR06. How do the GR06 compare to the GR07? Which one is better?

Oh, and how are the monster turbines?
post #6 of 8
Check out the review on here of the Audiofly AR56s. I am looking for a pair of IEM's myself and am leaning towards these because apparently they have a decent soundstage for IEMs and a strong emphasis for bass. They are cheap too depending on where you live =p
post #7 of 8
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I think I've narrowed my selections down to the VSONIC GR06 and GR07 Classic. Do any of you guys (or girls) know of which IEM is better?

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Certainly the Gr07 is better than GR06, however is not for everyone. The Gr07 is way more expensive (The mkII version) and have more pronounced highs than gr06. However it have a flatter response. From what I have read The Gr07 CCE (not the mkII) don't sound the same to the original GR07 or MKII

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