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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    If you’re looking for the best in-ear headphones on a budget, get any one of the from the list i have mentioned below.

    1. Brainwavz Delta

    2. SoundMAGIC E10

    3. JLAB J4

    4. Brainwavz S0

    5. Sennheiser CX 300 II

    6. BrainwavzDelta

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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    Solid suggestions!

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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    I've been using the Sony MDR-EX650AP Got them on an Amazon deal and they've been pretty decent. Good build quality, clear sound and great fit with Comply tips.
    Last edited by g8ina; 09-04-2018 at 11:51 AM.

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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    I've been using a set of E10's for near on 3 years now, used every day. Very good value and build quality. The sound is well balanced a smooth top end.

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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    I'm currently using XiaoMi Pistons, 15 quid from GearBest, I've also just got some IE800 clones off AliExpress, 10 quid delivered to UK and I seriously cannot believe how they can produce such astonishing sound, esp the bass. They need 20-30 hours to run in, but once done, wow.

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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    Another vote for Sennheiser CX 300 II here.

    I've had them for years and haven't been particularly kind to them, but they are still in great condition and still sound very good.
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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    1More pistons are only £17 and they're pretty good as it goes

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/1MORE-Light...keywords=1more
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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33 View Post
    1More pistons are only £17 and they're pretty good as it goes

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/1MORE-Light...keywords=1more
    They're not just pretty good!! For the price these are excellent, they've obviously got some kind of licensing deal with Xiaomi going on as these are exactly the same as the old Xiaomi Pistons and Xiaomi use 1more tech/design in some of their earbuds. Wouldn't be surprised if Xiaomi are behind or own 1More thinking about it.

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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    I bought the soundmagic e10 a few years ago after reading what hifi reviews of how there was little competition in that price range, since replaced with the same again after losing and them still being highly recommended by the what hifi bods
    To my non musically tuned ears they are the best I've owned.

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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    I got the vjjb n1's

    I'm no expert but the clarity and range is noticable.
    They're big fat things (dual drivers) but often come under £40 with various sales. If you're lucky you get 3 wires, standard, + mic and bluetooth.
    That is a design weak spot that if you do keep swapping cables the sockets will fail.

    Still, I am happy with them.

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    Re: Best In-Ear Earphones for under £40?

    I appreciate these are a bit out of the £40 mark, but I have been very very happy with these:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/RHA-MA750I-...dp/B00PMTPRAM/

    I made the mistake of getting the iphone ones, don't bother unless you have an iphone, the remote doesn't play that well with android.

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