The Smokin’ is better-built, better-isolating, and less microphonic than the Ink’d buds, with more colored but similarly capable sound
Though not shining in any particular aspect, the MEElectronics SX31 earphones are better than most stock earbuds, at least in sound quality.
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 aging VSonic R02 continues to impress with its latest tuning, eschewing the v-shaped signature of the GR02 Bass Edition for a more mid-centric sound with surprisingly good clarity and bass quality.
The JVC HA-EBX85 is a low-end earhook IEM from JVC’s designed-for-women series, a capable budget-minded set that does a few things very well for the price.
I really cannot recommend the HO470 for listening to music without some serious equalization in the midrange and treble.
Despite the booming bass and lack of high-end sparkle the MEElectronics M2s are solid IEMs in their own right.
While it does not deviate from the feature set of the original GR07, the VSonic GR07 Bass Edition does deliver exactly what it promises – the clear, detailed sound of the popular GR07 with a bump in bass quantity
Reviewed Mar 2011 Details: Entry-level earphone from bargain-bin electronics brand Sentry Current Price: N/A…