The pricing of earphones such as the Lenntek Sonix Micro and the “younger sibling” CX250 render the CX300 somewhat mediocre in today’s crowded marketplace.
The Q:Electronics IEMs are a competitive entry in the low-budget IEM category thanks to good isolation and tolerable sound
While the Dunu DN-200 Detonator is not quite an upgrade to the popular DN-17 Trident, it does offer a slightly bassier sound with better accessories.
The Fischer Audio Daleth is a decent entry-level earphone with a number of caveats.
The KM-948 is an all-around improvement over the older MD-51 from Kanen
With a solid set of accessories, decent build quality, and good overall sound the Maximo iM-390 is a competitive earphone in its category
The sound signature of the MaiKe MK-EL5031 is decidedly mainstream and the large housings don’t exactly shine when it comes to fit and isolation,
Despite the booming bass and lack of high-end sparkle the MEElectronics M2s are solid IEMs in their own right.
The Skullcandy Ink’d buds make great disposable earphones that can be purchased at electronics stores and gas stations alike.