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Thanks. I never got the hear them myself. But I remember everyone giving them high marks on bass.
Don't forget the IE80s. Though I guess those are pretty similar much the same as the IE8s
Let's not forget the big daddy FXZ200.
Kick Drum speed as ref.
Decay is faster than a Trap beat but slower than a synth/Techno
A pair under 100 that without eq puts the kick drum upfront at first and them pulls it back when the the guitar comes in. Vocals are clean guitar is clear and the drum is controlled.
Some folks will know what I am saying.
That right out of the gates(box) for sub $100
I'd like the Joe P Public to have access to what audiophiles and bassheads consider affordable IEM Hi-Fi. From that ref we can expand toward the elite (some have been mentioned)
If the lurker, starter feels attended to and the experienced audiophile ....then we can really have a place where everbody can enjoy rec'ing next step IEM as they helped build the first step.
Budget basshead IEM's, MEElectric M-Duo's. I use Comply Tx400s, and they thump pretty good for a budget set.
cheap bass in-ears? definitely go for Sony mdr-xb 30 and up (50,70&90) i think there really good and not expensive
Yamaha eph-100 and sony xba-a3 are great basshead iems
1964 ears V8 are for bass lovers...
also, JVC FX850
While I cannot speak for the xba-a3 - Yammy EPH-100's are definitely not basshead tier IEMs in the slightest.
I do not think you know of the 'best bass' we speak of.
Hisound Audio Wooduo 2
Also, I second the RHA T10s. These have cold, unrelenting bass that is pure power. It is truly a force to behold.