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    Default Which In-Ear is best for bass lovers and has a mic?

    I need to know which In-Ear has best bass quality and a mic.

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    i think normal earphones are better than in-ears
    for me, they just keep falling off my ears
    am looking for one also currently with warranty
    lets see what others say
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    Logitech IEM 100/200, @Wintereise owns I guess, he can hell more. Don't know about the mic, but there one model I guess.

    I have the MetroFi 100, no mic but very good bass (punchy) but not overpowering. It cost me like 2500tk back then.

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    Please dont compare in-ear's with normal headphones, they are two different things. I want to buy a in-ear and over-ear headphone. Both because they are too different stuff.

    @acE.Shanny - Check out JVC Xtreme Xplosive. Cheap and powerful bass, afaik. But dont knw wether it has mic. Skullcandy is also good. Lot of positive user review. Then again, no mic maybe. If mic is very necessary, check Creative in-ear, they usually have mic. Gaming in-ear like Razer Moray+ and TT esports Isurus comes with mic. However dont knw bass quality. Mic, Gaming and Bass dont usually go together. Skullcandy has very good bass, but they are music headphones, so there is no mic. And gaming headphones usually have mic, but bass quality no good. So see what ur purpose is. If gaming, go for one with mic and forget bass. And if you wana use it over music, go for one with bass.

    My suggesting, buy a good over-ear music headphone and in-ear gaming headphone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Logitech IEM 100/200, @Wintereise owns I guess, he can hell more. Don't know about the mic, but there one model I guess.

    I have the MetroFi 100, no mic but very good bass (punchy) but not overpowering. It cost me like 2500tk back then.
    Yup, Logitech UE200vi comes with mic and regular UE200 comes with no mic. But bass quality is meedicore.

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    I mentioned mic because I'll mainlu use it in cell phones.

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    @acE.Shanny - There are a lot of issues regarding this topic. Like Budget? Where do you buy them from ? Purpose ?

    Headphone valor shes nai.price er o shes nai. Price barlei j valo hobe tao abar thik na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banglavai View Post
    @acE.Shanny - There are a lot of issues regarding this topic. Like Budget? Where do you buy them from ? Purpose ?

    Headphone valor shes nai.price er o shes nai. Price barlei j valo hobe tao abar thik na.
    Budget: ~150$
    Purpose: Bass, using it in my cell phone so i need a mic. I've a HTC Mozart
    Thinking of buying it through Amazon.us/uk

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    >$150

    Nothing in BD will honor that price tag, you can get some very nice things with it abroad, but nothing here =/

    IEM 200 has nice lows and mids, but falls short on bass.

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    1st priority is BASS

    2nd priority is mic.

    I need a monster bass in-ear. If it costs more than 150$ then give me the link. I may buy it by judging its quality and bass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acE.Shanny View Post
    1st priority is BASS2nd priority is mic.I need a monster bass in-ear. If it costs more than 150$ then give me the link. I may buy it by judging its quality and bass.
    Go and grab the logitech UE 700!!!!

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    get Klipsch Image S4A/S4i for android/iphone. its around $99.

    have mic and its an very good IEM

    other IEMs usually dont have mic. so

    and dont just go for bass. as i have used some hps which have vwery good bass but shitty mid/high.

    get a balanced one. which will help you a lot more.
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    Now $150 is a very good range.You can find some nice in-ear headphones in your budget.

    You will use headphone for listening music as well as receiving calls.

    So Here's some models including mic:
    Shure SE115m

    Bose IE2

    Metrofi 200


    Klispch S4i (The sound quality is awesome as i have seen in the reviews but the only problem may be the wire quality of it so you have to take extra care of them while using)

    Also check Thinksound TS02 + Mic

    There is also an In ear wireless music earphone in your budget range Altec Lansing Backbeats 903.

    If you wants to go with Dr.dre my opinion is Choose Dr.dre Tour / Heartbeats 2.0

    Thats all i got in your Budget range.Take a look at them then decide

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    Go with beats by Dr. Dre if you only want bass and are willing to sacrifice a clean audio output.

    ---------- Post added at 17:13 ---------- Previous post was at 17:12 ----------

    Have a look at the Monster Turbine, but not sure about the mic availability.

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    There are fake Tour and other Dres. So be careful
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    Umm.. After seeing all the reviews online about Dr.Dre and its other products, my heart is broken
    Please no more further suggestion about Dr.Dre
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    Lol Dr.Dre, I guess that counts monster cable out as well?

    UE700s might be okay, but I forgot to ask one thing. Where are you gonna be buying these from? I assume that the price being indicated in USD means abroad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Lol Dr.Dre, I guess that counts monster cable out as well?

    UE700s might be okay, but I forgot to ask one thing. Where are you gonna be buying these from? I assume that the price being indicated in USD means abroad?
    Quote Originally Posted by acE.Shanny View Post
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    Purpose: Bass, using it in my cell phone so i need a mic. I've a HTC Mozart
    Thinking of buying it through Amazon.us/uk
    As I want a good in-ear so I've no choice other than amazon.

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    Ah, I see. Sorry, didn't notice it ;x

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    OK, one of my facebook buddy wants to sell a Beats by Dr. Dre Tour Mobile with Control Talk In-Ear Headphones at 7000BDT. He's using it for 4 months. So, do you think 7000BDT is too much? :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by acE.Shanny View Post
    OK, one of my facebook buddy wants to sell a Beats by Dr. Dre Tour Mobile with Control Talk In-Ear Headphones at 7000BDT. He's using it for 4 months. So, do you think 7000BDT is too much? :/
    Be aware of fakes.

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