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BEST Sub-100$ BUDGET EARPHONES - Chi-fi, Obscure brands and impressions sharing-REFERENCE LIST

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  1. dorino
    I got the TFZ King but wasn't able to find any deal that blew me away. I have not bought on AliExpress before, so the coupons I had access to plus discounts brought it down to 69 dollars. I'm pleased w/ that, it's only 15 dollars more than I paid for a used pair (on eBay) a month ago (which was returned after being DOA).
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2017
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  2. Happy Hacking
    Went ahead and ordered the Svara Reds at a nicely discounted rate of $30 including the cable.

    Was between these, the tinaudio t2 and bosshifi b3 but couldn't make up my mind, so ultimately picked these for the best looking and form factor (looks to be the most comfortable).

    I hope i will not be disappointed again like with the zs6 haha.. Those really hurt my ears. Granted, i have not yet received my knockoff t400 tips and silver ofc cable, but i doubt it would make it much more listenable when they finally come. Burning in with pink noise atm... so much hype for something so unlistenable is really a wonder to me. With aftermarket cables, complyfoams and some mentions of better source being a necessity, the zs6 are not that cheap tbh, and i really expected so much better. I love 3 year old my pistons 2 from xiaomi much more than the zs6!
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2017
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  3. HungryPanda
    I've had ZS6's in for three hours now, love them but I will admit the Svara Red are much more comfortable and easier to get a good seal
    hi friend where you buy svara red for 30$ with cable?
  5. Happy Hacking
    Nice! Those type of designs work for my ears really well so I think I will not have a problem with comfort. Are the zs6 sibilant/harsh to you on the treble? On stock cable and tips, they are really unlistenable to my ears ):
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2017
  6. Happy Hacking
    NiceHCK. $33 if you do not have any coupons. Easily $30 if you have the $2+$1 select coupons.
  7. HungryPanda
    I rather like the treble on them. I'm using symbio mandarine tips, bass is great on these things also
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  8. c4rb0n
    Among the 3, BossHifi B3, Svara Reds, TinAudio T2, yields the most Flat or Close to a neutral sound signature with good clarity my brothers? Im on the side of T2 right now because of the Gun Metal housing LOL
    Guys I have really tiny ears and need help choosing a good Chinese IEM.

    I used to own the joyroom e107 and those felt amazing with the smallest stock ear pads, so I tried out different joyrooms and they were all way too big for my tiny ears.

    I'm not really interested in the hybrids because I like ska and rock music.
  10. HungryPanda
    The TinAudio T2 is the one you desire
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  11. c4rb0n
    Thanks brotha, is the sub bass good on these too?
  12. c4rb0n
    Compared to the T2, do you find ZS6 brighter on the highs?
  13. Selenium
    I dig the ZS6 as well. It sounds awesome IMO. Comfort might be an issue due to all those damn edges.
  14. vector84
    Strong elevation in the 7-10kHz region tends to correlate with highly divided opinions: either harsh to the point of being unusable - or - amazingly detailed, perhaps bordering on a little clinical, but not particularly harsh at all.

    Beyer peak anyone? :p
  15. Happy Hacking
    That would make sense. I guess the zs6 are not a thing for treble-sensitive ears. I just hope it wont be the case with the svaras.
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