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    Earphones and In-Ear Monitors are great for most applications; on the move or at home. They are small, lightweight and are very portable/storable and some can isolate noise. The downside of earphones and IEMs are its comfort levels and the sound quality you get for your money. They do not have the same value for money as a headphone.

    Contrary to popular belief, these headphones do not require an amp to power them. They still will be able to sound good, maybe operating at 80-90% of their full potential. Most modern portable players will have no problems driving them. No doubt about it, all earphones and headphones benefit and will be able to perform closer to their full potential with an amplifier, so it might be a good idea to buy one too!
    06-28-2019 09:58 PM

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