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ATH-CKP300, Audio Technica, 30 CAD, Flat in treble and mids with smartly elevated bass. Super smooth and relaxing.
EE846 Hybrid, Easy Earphones, ~190 CAD, Mid and bass forward with wonderfully detailed and well-extended treble that somehow remains very polite.
HA-FXH30, JVC, 60 CAD, U-shaped. They're very aggressive. Love em to death.
ZS1, Knowledge Zenith, ~12 CAD, Dirty old bass monster.
JVC HA-FXH30, pending you like aggressive earphones. They're noticeable more refined and balanced than their predecessors, the FRD80.
AS800AP, Sony, ~40 CAD, U-shaped. For a sports iems they're not very bassy, have just enough sparkle to their treble, and well defined mids. Not only to they sound great, but they're also rated IPX7 and are waterproof. Bad to the bone.
EDR2, KZ, 6 CAD, Flat with ever so slightly elevated bass and treble. For such a cheap earphone, they are exceptionally capable. Good detail, imaging, and soundstage with quick bass and clear mids. Best treble quality found on a KZ to date imo.
Meze 99 Classics. Had the chance to review them of part of a tour. Shortest ten days of my life. I want them back.
Venture Electronics Zen 2.0. Have the Monk and Monk+. Love em to death. Now I want to try VE's top bud.
Final Audio Design Piano Forte IX. Such a unique product. How many universal in-ears are designed to be used without tips? I can't think of any others off-hand.