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[Expired] Black Friday and Holiday Deals 2015

Every year we post some deals for the holidays we feel are great deals, and here they are:

1byone is offering $10 off their Bluetooth earphones, reducing the price to $32.99 on with coupon code THL0851B now through December 10th. Use the Amazon button to buy. [amazon asin=B013HEK7Q2&template=add to cart]

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Sonic Electronix has provided an extra $10 off already discounted products as shown below.  Use the THL exclusive coupon code THLBF.

Black Friday 2015 and Holiday Deals

Shure SE215: Highly recommended for musicians and music lovers alike, the SE215 is priced right, so get one to see what the hype is all about or grab a backup pair.  Check out more in our Musician’s Buyer’s Guide.

Sennheiser IE60 West: Sennheiser has a long history of making great headphones, and the IE60 is another in that long line. Following along the lines of other sennheiser products, the smooth and warm IE60 will please audio enthusiasts and mainstream music lovers alike.

NVX EX10S In-Ear Monitors: Resembling the Sennheiser IE80 and manufactured from a reputable factory, the EX10S may just be the gem you are looking for this holiday season, especially since the price is right!

Let us know what you think of these deals and we encourage you to share other deals you find.  If you do post a deal, please make sure to post why you think it is a good deal.

Happy Black Friday!





Having a life-long love of high-quality audio and gadgets, average_joe got back in touch with his audiophile side after a hiatus caused by life. His focus became headphones and related gear as the size and price fit his life better than home audio. He believes the entire audio chain is important, and likes to continue to think past the headphone and on into the head, as he believes understanding the details of how we hear will lead to a better audio experience.


6 Responses

  1. Way too much bass.

    The newer T20 is a potential upgrade from the MA750, but they’re both so different from the SE425 that it won’t make much of a difference which one you get. If you end up really enjoying the MA750 and decide to upgrade along the same path later, the T20 (or potentially something else) will make more sense.

  2. thank you very much man
    last one and think ill be set
    the RHA T10 is an upgrade to RHA MA750 or will be too much bass?

    thanks again

  3. Thanks for your quick answer joker
    So you wouldn’t go for a set of the 535 from Shure ?
    Thanks for your help!

  4. Balanced but with a slight bass boost compared to the rather flat SE425 would be something like a VSonic GR07, GR07 Bass Edition, or Philips Fidelio S2.

    A little more bass boost than that would be the RHA MA750. These stop short of being overly bass-heavy for the sort of music you listen to, so they’re still a good choice.

  5. Hi I’m new to your page but there is a lot of fantastic and well written review!
    I have a question for you
    I’m looking for a well balanced earphones but leaning a bit more towards a bass side
    I’ve tried a set of Shure 425 I was blown away by the sound quality but felt that the bass was not present enough for what I was expecting

    Could you please point me towards a set that you think might answer my request
    I listen mainly to hip hop reggae
    Latino and soul music

    Thanks in advance for your time

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