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Foams were dirty so I put them off
These earbuds must have something special to use with such a rig
Yes, they are. Unbeatable value for sure.
I prefer my Ei.XX but for a fraction of the price VE Monk deliver a very good experience.
I bought ones for my daughters and a spare for me in case I have a problem that prevent me to insert CIEM.
My elder asked me to try them because she thought they were faulty and I was stunned by the performance of these buds, especially for the price I paid.
Not perfect but very fun and with a wide and lively soundstage.
For the story, Pb was not the buds but a piece of paper in the jack of her phone. She recovered smile.
The Monks are an incredible deal. I have a pair that live in my messenger bag for work...indestructable, and beautiful sound...
Exactly what I was thinking.
This reminds me of the Blackberry ear buds I had when I first joined this forum. It took me a while to get used to the sound sig of the EX600 (later upgraded to EX1000 and two pairs now).
That pair of buds are still here in my office and I just grabbed it (after probably 4 yrs) for a listen and it's not bad at all. Of course it's no matching to EX1000's the treble and bass extensions. But there is one thing in common: both dynamically driven.
Very low-key but none-the-less, "there" a c421 sits at the bottom, un-noted, or spoken of.
I finally have audio bliss.
My very simple set-up for endurance sports. Sufficient enough for that purpose.
OTG > D14 Bushmaster > Stagediver SD2s
Here's my latest rig Samsung galaxy S5 with an 7800mAh Extended Battery. CEntrance DACport HD.
And which Nobles are they?
The serial says k10