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What are the best earphones under $50?

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  1. MrRamirez
    Can you guys recommend me some earphones under $50?
    I'll give you the most information i can so you can easily pick some earphones for me

    Earphones i had before:
    Original Apple Earphones
    Lenntek Sonix 3
    A Jays One

    They all did good (except Apple Earphones) but both of them broke on me within 5 months.

    Now i'm looking for some new earphones but i don't know which one's are the best for me!

    I listen to Hip Hop and i am a bass head!
    I like listening to music with a deep bass.
    A couple of examples of songs that have "deep bass":
    "Lose Yourself" by Eminem
    "Till I Collapse" by Eminem
    "Shook Ones Pt. II" by Mobb Deep
    "Put You On Game" by Lupe Fiasco
    "The Message" by Nas
    "The Cross" by Nas

    Also, they should be durable! I want them to last at least 5 months like my previous earphones did.
    So i think that's all the information you should need to help me pick out some earphones.

    Thank you all in advance!
     
  2. H20Fidelity Contributor
    SoundMAGIC E10, Visang RO2, MEElectronics M31, Phillips SHE3580, Vsonic GRO2 Bass Edition.

    There's too many to mention in your price range.

    Take a look in this thread and have a read.
     
  3. ostewart
    DUNU trident or Hisound POPO, reviews in my Sig.
    Good luck
     
  4. kckc
    I don't think the Trident will have enough bass for you. My vote is for the POPO.
     
  5. SpringBiscuit
    get a Final Audio Design Adagio II, superb for bass head!
     
  6. kmhaynes
    +1 for Phillips SHE3580 -- very balanced, dynamic sound with very good sub-bass -- amazing for only $15 or under on Amazon.com.
     
  7. phantompersona
    JVC-HAFX40 for great detail
    JVC-HAFX101 for Great Bass.
     
  8. JK1
    The HA-FX40 is very good, but some find it to be too bright. For around the same price($20) the Panasonic RP-HJE355 also has great detail, but a somewhat warmer sound overall with less treble.
     
  9. KEP1
    Definitely the JVC HA-FX101 if you're a bass head.
     
  10. drbluenewmexico
    I love the VSONIC GR02 Bass Edition silver  phones.  after they break in the bass is not muddy at all but resolved controled
    and killer, especially if amped with a good usb/amp out of a portable device.  the Nuforce uDac works well with them and the
    Ray Samuels Predator makes new listens to these phones melt with ecstasy.  Highly recommended for electronic music
    check them out with HBR1.com psytrance from Germany, Transponder station and you might, like me, order several pairs
    to share with friends because they are a technological breakthrough at their price 29$ plus 6$ shipping from hong kong on ebay.
    they rock my world at a reasonable price!
    drblueewmexico.
     
  11. Ghostfit
    LOL,   ...if only Bass matters at the cost of all others, may I suggest the JVC HAFX1X [​IMG]
     
  12. nisornt
    YUIN Pk3
     
  13. musiclife
    Quote:

    I also have the PK3 and can recommend it. Sound is amazing for the price, but build quality is relative to the price range (I find the wires a little weak).
     
  14. Doc-holliday

    Howdy there and welcome to Head-Fi.

    Just wanted to let you know you just answered a post that is several months old. More recent search results can be easily found by using the advanced search.
     
  15. GrooveRite
    Ok, I have the JVC Riptidz (HAFX8) and LOVE them for all around use.  They are super light and I can listen to them for hours without having any fatigue.  How would you guys compare them to the HAFX40 and HAFX101??  I mainly listen to Deep House and Tech.
     
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