Summary: Because i am wearing helmet when biking and longboarding i cant use my trusted Sennheiser PX100 on those kind of activity i went in ear.
i didnt´t want to spend much, max 100 euros, because i do my serious listening mainly in my home and to be honest, didn´t think that
you can have proper sound from...
Summary: Having been used to JVC HA-FX51Cs, which lasted quite well for me (I go through IEMs every year or two either through loss/breakage), these feel a little plasticy and aren't _quite_ as solidly held in my ear but don't come out any easier than most others (but minor difference point).
Pros: Engaging bass without being tiresome, ok fit
Cons: unsure on build quality, not as much detail as some others in <£30 price range
Summary: Very good vocals with the likes of Stereophonics, James, The the, Morphine, Grant lee buffalo, struggle to keep pace on the likes of Roxy Music live, some chillies tracks and some Stone roses where it got muddled in the mid.
very comfortable in the ear and a noticeable step up for my ipod from the headphones that came with the ipod.
Chairman, Richer Sounds
3 weeks ago
Summary: I received these after some excellent service from Richer Sounds on line which helped me track their delivery. I have put the sound as good rather than excellent due mainly to my age ( 60) and the state of my hearing, after listening to lack rock for 45 years.
Excerpt: (+) - Well built, with strong wires (+) - Great for pop, electronic, house kind of music (amazing bass, clarity, sound volume) Decent for metal, rock etc (you'd be better off with headphones if you are a metalhead, but these are ok...nothing special. Except for the bass. The bass is awesome.
Summary: The modular tips allow you to go from a wider soundstage to a more concentrated one if you switch to noise canceling, but with less noise leaking in, the sound becomes clearer and more enjoyable.
Pros: modular tips , good sound for the price , phone media button , durable , good bass