new budget canalphones?
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i have searched the web and have found little feedback on a set of pioneer, jvs, and panasonic in ear canalphones. the little feedback i have found is that these are quite good for the price, but i am looking for more. it seems for sub 100 earbuds everyone just talks about shure e2c or the sonys. and i dont want sony i've had a dislike of most of their products for a while now;

and if i can get a good pair for 25 bucks instead of 60 for the e2c id rather do that. anybody know anything about the following canalbuds?

Panasonic RP-HJE50

Pioneer SE-CL20

JVC HP-FX55 Inner Ear


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I only own the Panasonic RP-HJE50 but I can say that they sound great for the price. They are kinda chaply built though, my set only lasted a couple months. If you have the cash ($100 at Audio Cubes), I'd strongly suggest the Panasonic RP-HJE70. I got those after my last set of HJE50s broke and I am really glad I did. The HJE70 isn't very common around here yet but I think it will be after more people have a chance to listen to them.

Good luck with your decision!

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I only own the Panasonic RP-HJE50 but I can say that they sound great for the price. They are kinda chaply built though, my set only lasted a couple months. If you have the cash ($100 at Audio Cubes), I'd strongly suggest the Panasonic RP-HJE70. I got those after my last set of HJE50s broke and I am really glad I did. The HJE70 isn't very common around here yet but I think it will be after more people have a chance to listen to them.

Good luck with your decision!

-Darren



How are the hje70?
 
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The panasonics(50's) are crap. From what I remember the sonys destroy them in every aspect. I didn't even like the sonys that much either.

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the audio technica ck5 and sharp md33 and creative ep-630 should be in your consideration too.
 
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Hi - I presume you found my previous post on the JVC HP-FX55, so I won't repost it here. But I have now had them for a few weeks, and I have no desire to upgrade to anything more expensive at this point. I strongly recommend them for those who want to dip their toes in the IEM pool.

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thanks. where did u order ures from and for how much?
 
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