Best In-Ear Headphones

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So for cheap headphones, I bought a bunch of the $10 monoprice, but they all broke after about 3 months, so on to something a little better. Tried to give the kids the $127 VC-1000. They sound great, but also not durable enough, so trying to cut the middle and get a $30 headphone.
Wirecutter like the $15 RP-TCM125. You can get them from Beach Camera for $15 (with 3x rewards points at BankofAmerica!).

Why did the Panasonic RP-TCM125 Ergo Fit win? The Panasonic won because they sounded the best. Hands down. They were everyone’s top choice in terms of sound fidelity.
via Best In-Ear Headphones Under $30 | The Wirecutter.

Cnet actually like the down model Panasonic Ergo-Fit RP-HJE120 at $8 even more for the sound although said it wasn’t super durable looking 🙂
And of course my favorite review at head-fi.org which numeric ratings. Here are the low cost 9/10 headphones:

  • Monoprice 8320. $7.
  • MEElectronics M6. $22. This uses the same plugs as VSonic VC1000
  • MEElectronics M9. $17
  • Brainwavz Beta. $29. The best sounding in the category. Just $9 at Amazon.
  • JVC HA-FX40. $22. Treble heavy
  • Visang R02/Brainwavz ProAlpha. $40. The best under $50
  • Xears Nature N3i. Makes sense only with the coupon KLANGFUZZIS at $45.
  • Dunu DN-12 Trident. $35
  • Brainwavz M5. $40 good build quality
  • Visang VS-k1. $50
  • RHA MA-350. $35.
  • Visang VS-R03/Brainwavz m2. $65. Best under $100 there is. ebay. and Amazon for $54
  • Fischer Audio Eterna. $68. Bass heavy.

And then there is http://theheadphonelist.com/headphone-list/:
Then there is Amazon.com ratings:

  • Brainwavz Delta. Top rated. $19.50. 4.7/5.
  • Panasonic RPHJE120K. This is the non-mike version of the RP-TCM125. $9!. 4.75/5.

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