At the $80 MSRP I feel that Ultimate Ears overshot the actual value of these a bit.
Similar sound quality can be had for less money and those looking specifically for a wooden in-ear should be able to pick up a better one at this price
Reviewed Dec 2009 Details: Old ($99) version of the RE2 IEM Current Price: N/A…
The Soundmagic PL21 offers a much more mainstream sound than the PL30 and PL50 at a bargain price.
Reviewed Jan 2011 Details: Budget basshead-oriented earphone from Jaben’s in-house brand Current Price: N/A (discontinued)…
Like the lower-end EPH-20, the Yamaha EPH-50 boasts a large amount of very visceral bass but adds to it a fairly clear midrange and crisp, natural-sounding treble.
While the Rock-It R-11 improves on the R-10 in several areas, its non-vented housings result in sound that is less suitable for the discerning listener.
Reviewed Dec 2009 Details: JVC’s unique IEM utilizing a microdriver positioned at the tip…
Sennheiser’s latest foray into the ranks of entry-level in-ears takes us one step further from the bloated and boomy sound of low-end Sennheisers of years past.