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Best in-ear headphones?

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6y, 6d agoPosted 6 years, 6 days ago
Hello people.

Whats the best in-ear headphones I get can get with a maxium price limit of £40-£45?

Thanks in advance.
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6y, 6d agoPosted 6 years, 6 days ago
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banned#1
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#2
^^^ nice pic but not in the spirit of hukd, welcome, may your reign be a long and happy one.

for anyone else, please answer because I could do with this info also, cheers
#3
You need to be more specific mate. What kind of music do you like? Are you a bass head?

There are a few choices in this price range but they all differ to what you are looking for in an IEM.
#4
dont want to hijack this thread but I will hehehe, my son listens to bassy (?) music so would defo need to be able to cope with that.
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michelleleemoo
dont want to hijack this thread but I will hehehe, my son listens to bassy (?) music so would defo need to be able to cope with that.

And what would be your budget?
#6
probably same as op, 40-45
#7
There are quite a few out there even below that price range for bass heads!

For example:
Meelec M9 - £19.99 on AMP3

Review:
http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/453212/meelectronics-m9-review

I used these now and then the Radiopaq Jazz:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0022NHHZY/ref=asc_df_B0022NHHZY1399236?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B0022NHHZY

These are my headphones to listening to fun music, packs tight and clear bass and overall sounds very good nearly on par with my Senn IE7's!

Sound (7.25/10) – Sound is warm and dynamic. Definitely cannot be called analytical, but can be more fun than the proverbial barrel of monkeys. Soundstage is just a bit wider than average but instrumental separation is quite good. The high end boasts good extension and plenty of detail for a budget-oriented dynamic IEM but has some peaks. The mids also boast good detail and clarity but are somewhat recessed compared to the bass and treble. They need a very good seal for the optimal bass experience, but can be incredibly deep and smooth. Bass often feels layered over the mids rather than integrated, yielding a pretty unique sound signature. The treble can be slightly hot-tempered on some tracks but remains sibilance-free nevertheless.

Amplification – not required to enjoy the smooth, easy-going sound. However, a good neutral amp will bring out more detail and make the Jazz more accurate and balanced all-around performers.

Value (8.5/10) – The Jazz is a very interesting earphone at its price point. It provides a big, powerful, smooth, and warm sound that keeps it true to its name, and does all this at a bargain-basement price. Should be especially high on the short-list for European Head-Fiers who may have an easier time acquiring one of these than, say, a Nuforce or Maximo product. Price fluctuates wildly, so adjust accordingly. At the lowest-to-date £27 price, these are nothing short of unbeatable.

Others to consider:

Klipsch S4
Hippo VB
Denon C551
Fischer Audio Eterna v1
Brainwavz M2

Edited By: exStudent on Nov 27, 2010 22:39: Options
#8
exStudent
There are quite a few out there even below that price range for bass heads!

For example:
Meelec M9 - £19.99 on AMP3

Review:

http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/453212/meelectronics-m9-review


I used these now and then the Radiopaq Jazz:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0022NHHZY/ref=asc_df_B0022NHHZY1399236?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=
****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B0022NHHZY

These are my headphones to listening to fun music, packs tight and clear bass and overall sounds very good nearly on par with my Senn IE7's!

Sound (7.25/10) – Sound is warm and dynamic. Definitely cannot be called analytical, but can be more fun than the proverbial barrel of monkeys. Soundstage is just a bit wider than average but instrumental separation is quite good. The high end boasts good extension and plenty of detail for a budget-oriented dynamic IEM but has some peaks. The mids also boast good detail and clarity but are somewhat recessed compared to the bass and treble. They need a very good seal for the optimal bass experience, but can be incredibly deep and smooth. Bass often feels layered over the mids rather than integrated, yielding a pretty unique sound signature. The treble can be slightly hot-tempered on some tracks but remains sibilance-free nevertheless.

Amplification – not required to enjoy the smooth, easy-going sound. However, a good neutral amp will bring out more detail and make the Jazz more accurate and balanced all-around performers.

Value (8.5/10) – The Jazz is a very interesting earphone at its price point. It provides a big, powerful, smooth, and warm sound that keeps it true to its name, and does all this at a bargain-basement price. Should be especially high on the short-list for European Head-Fiers who may have an easier time acquiring one of these than, say, a Nuforce or Maximo product. Price fluctuates wildly, so adjust accordingly. At the lowest-to-date £27 price, these are nothing short of unbeatable.




wow thats brilliant, thank you as I wouldn't know where to start otherwise. I hope the op get their answer too, thanks
banned#9
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#10
Voltro
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great, thanks for that you ass

Edited By: michelleleemoo on Nov 27, 2010 23:25
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michelleleemoo
Voltro
Seems helpful: LINK


great, thanks for that you ass

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#12
I listen to a lot of hip hop and R'n'B.
Thanks for the input so far people, apart from the 1st response.
banned#13
WRXiceman
I listen to a lot of hip hop and R'n'B.
Thanks for the input so far people, apart from the 1st response.


Yw.
#14
Soundmagic PL30's or even the 50's are amazing, made my a small Chinese company I believe who make parts for bose and other high quality headphone companies. Mine are amazing, check out the reviews online
#15
@Voltro. If you're not going to post any useful information, then don't post anything at all please. Immature child.
#16
http://stuff.tv/Review/SoundMagic-PL50-review/

review from stuff for the PL50's

Price is £55 according to the page there but I got mine for £35/40 from Amazon
#17
asayer
Soundmagic PL30's or even the 50's are amazing, made my a small Chinese company I believe who make parts for bose and other high quality headphone companies. Mine are amazing, check out the reviews online
Much appreciated. I'll check them out now.
banned#18
WRXiceman
@Voltro. If you're not going to post any useful information, then don't post anything at all please. Immature child.


I'm serious though... There are hundreds of "Top 10 __________________" 's over the Internet made/written by professionals...
#19
Ultimate Ears MetroFi 170vi is awesome if they could fit you, at halve your budget. :)
#20
I don't care about 'professionals' views on them though, that's why I came here instead. I've found the HotUKDeals members to be extremely helpful in the past, and was hoping for the trend to continue.

Edited By: WRXiceman on Nov 28, 2010 02:57
banned#21
WRXiceman
I don't care about 'professionals' views on them though, that's why I came here instead. I've found the HotUKDeals members to be extremely helpful in the past, and was hoping for the trend to continue.


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#22
Like I said earlier. Immature child. Posting completely irrelevant rubbish

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