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Fiio EM3 earbuds: Entry level Craze

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Pros: Forward and clear mids, great soundstage, inline mic, good amount of bass, Good build quality (looks can deceive though), Excellent value for money

Cons: Highs lag behind, Too full bodied sound, Bass not well controlled, Supplied foams ruin the experiance, needed a clip to hold in in place

INTRODUCTION Hello again guys, I am Areek Nibras, a junior Head-fier and a recently graduated physician from Bangladesh, currently doing post-graduation training in Internal medicine. Today I will be reviewing the new budget earbuds released by Fiio called the Fiio EM3. Now, Fiio is a chinese brand who previously used to specialize in making budget amps/daps/dacs, but now they have been working hard to spread to all branches of audio equipments. Their 1st IEM, the Fiio EX1 was essentially a rebrand of the Dunu's Titan 1 iems, which was as good as the original with almost half the price.That is a product that I loved and is still my favorite sub 100$ IEM till now. But now, Fiio has again...
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The Titan that everybody deserves: A Fiio EX1 review

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Pros: Amazing sound, great soundstage, Clarity, Accessories, Value

Cons: Highs too sparkly, springy cable, Isolation. non-detachable cable

INTRODUCTION Hello again guys, I am Areek Nibras, a junior Head-fier and a recently graduated physician from Bangladesh. Today I will be reviewing the recently released Titanium diaphragm in-ears called the Fiio EX1, which is essentially a slightly altered and cheaper version of the Dunu Titan 1, the IEMs that came and won over every budget audiophile out there. The EX1 currently goes for just 69.99$ from amazon.com whereas the dunu's version goes for 118$. I was the proud owner of the Titan 1 when these released and soon after the release, Fiio arranged the 'Fiio EX1 World Tour'. I was instantly interested in taking part in the tour to find out if the EX1 could hold the sq of the...
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Are these for Real???

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Pros: amazing sound, fun,. wide soundstage, superb instrument seperation, great accessories.

Cons: isolation, non-detachable cables, doesn't come with foam tips.

  Name- DUNU TITAN 1 Manufacturar- Dunu-topsound, a chinese company. Price- 115$, I got them for around 169SGD from Lend me ur ears, Singapore. Description-  First, some note about me. I am a 25 year old guy who just finished his MBBS and now studying for entry into post grad course. I have entered into the head-fi scene while looking for a good quality gaming headphones. Some guys from Banglagamer, specially Mahfuz Islam Bhuiyan, S.M. Ridwan Kabir, Sadman Shawmik, Rahin Sadman Islamthese guys adviced me to get a stereo headphones with big soundstage, which led me into buying a Panasonic HTF600. I haven't looked back since. Currently my setup are the...
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One of the best for the price

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Pros: Clarity, Soundstage, Details,. Price, Comfort, build quality, Design

Cons: Sibilant, A bit too much bass, Slightly recessed mids

Hey, this is my 1st review in head-fi forums & I am by no means a critic, so this will be a qualitative newbie review. 1st of all, I'll let you guys know that I've got them at an amazing price of just 144.99$ through a momentary sale going on for these cans. I previously had the Ultrasone HFI 580, so my review will be somewhat based on their comparison as well. I'll be breaking the review down to packaging & accessories, build, sound etc.    Packaging & accessories- The headphones come in a simple white box. One side is covered with transparent plastic through which you can see one side of the headphones with Beyerdynamic DT 990 pro 250ohm written on it. On...
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