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Looks JUST like the Elecom EHP-CA2D3510
And the Hoomia D8 (which I actually own)
Maybe this has already been mentioned, but I stumbled across these wireless headphones from monoprice with very similar specs to the 8320
Did they just rehouse the same drivers and make them wireless?
Just a heads up, these 8320s are on sale for $2.99 on Monoprice right now.
If they're decent at $7, I'd imagine they're unreasonable NOT to buy at $2.99.
Great price for those, but remember you have to add on shipping as well (about $2.00).
Still at $5, it is a good deal.
I'm aware of shipping. The $7 price point is before shipping as well, so they're usually about $9 shipped. $5 shipped is indeed a spectacular deal. That being said, it looks like the overwhelming result of this thread is that yes, these are way better than their price suggests but they're sure as heck not nipping the heels of $100+ IEMs. Is it fair to say that these are roughly comparable to $30-$50 IEMs?
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I found 8320s are still better than a lot of recent budgeted IEMs from Taobao.
Which have you tried? I haven't found a real competitor for them <12$ on aliexpress. When putting a tiny bit of cotton in the ear tip, the highs get just a bit more natural without creating booming bass - which happens if you fill the tip with too much cotton.
I have several KZ's. Like KZSE, ed8, 9, ATE, Yinjw IE800, Zircon rock. Technically, I don't think 8320 is the best, but somehow I like its sound signature more and more.
Among all these, It's most clear. Use from tips and amplifiers would tame the high. It's competitor is Yinjw IE800. But Yinjw's sound signature is pretty dark. I like 8320's brightness.
I found the sure update (actually huge) with very similar sound signature is KEF M200.
Any reason why my post went ignored?
Has this already been mentioned?
Weird, looking forward to impressions though!
So far, I've not been bowled over but the dual-driver IEMs I've tried, I'm back to the good ole 9927s!
They certainly are some of the best deals, that's for sure!
One of IEM that I genuiely love and never get tired of the sound, monoprice 8320, own it for four years and my other favorite are phonak pfe 112 and etymotic hf5. Yeah in my opinion they are on par with $100 IEM depends on your preferences. I bought alot of other "bang per buck" IEM and I usually leave them after five days LOL.
Yeah, I'm quite interested in knowing this as well. The driver specs indicate that they're the same size (14.2mm) as the 8320.