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Drop (formerly Massdrop) has MEE audio Pinnacle P2 In-Ear Headphones on sale for $25. Shipping is free. Thanks Munta911

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  • Audio Cable w/ Headset
  • 6-Pairs of Silicon Ear Tips
  • 1-Pair Comply Foam Ear Tips
  • 1/2" Adapter
  • Shirt Clip
  • Carrying Case
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Equipped with a 10-millimeter dynamic driver in each ear, the P2 also has a user-replaceable MMCX cable and an ergonomic design. Includes a 2-year manufacturer's warranty w/ purchase. - Discombobulated

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Amazon's price for the P2 currently [amazon.com] is $70.65 and on Drop its $25 only..they've never been this cheaper. These have a built-in mic and remote and are obviously designed for smartphone use - no amp necessary. If you've finally realized the earbuds that came with your phone sound like crap, you should get it. Highly Recommended.

https://drop.com/buy/mee-audio-pinnacle-p2-iem
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The reviews all say that the cables are really bad...
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Don't think I've seen proper MMCX earphones from a reputable manufacturer at this price before. Decent price just for the cable...
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Don't think I've seen proper MMCX earphones from a reputable manufacturer at this price before. Decent price just for the cable...
Absolutely! In for the cable as well.
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Don't think I've seen proper MMCX earphones from a reputable manufacturer at this price before. Decent price just for the cable...
The reviews all say that the cables are really bad...
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Is OP the same dude who got downvoted into oblivion or is this a repost?
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Is OP the same dude who got downvoted into oblivion or is this a repost?
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"If you've finally realized the earbuds that came with your phone sound like crap, you should get it. Highly Recommended."

I've finally realized a lot of new phones don't have a headphone jack. Soooo...
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Not sure why but a $10 discount automatically applied in my cart.
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"If you've finally realized the earbuds that came with your phone sound like crap, you should get it. Highly Recommended."

I've finally realized a lot of new phones don't have a headphone jack. Soooo...
I started looking at MMCX bluetooth cables for these and they're pretty cheap for some basic ones, about $30 if you aren't looking for high end LDAC or aptxHD. So for about $50 for high quality in ears that can be wireless is a pretty good deal imo
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I started looking at MMCX bluetooth cables for these and they're pretty cheap for some basic ones, about $30 if you aren't looking for high end LDAC or aptxHD. So for about $50 for high quality in ears that can be wireless is a pretty good deal imo
I went with a Bluetooth fiio amp for my iems. After looking for Bluetooth mmcx cables I didn't find any that had decent reviews and through a couple of forums I kept seeing the Bluetooth amps recommended so far I love the fiio. It has a mic too so I can use it if a phone call comes in
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Any way to get that $20 off 30 (promo from the other day) on these?
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I can vouch for the audio quality of these, especially at this price. They are better than a lot of products several tiers above. V shaped sound signature with surprisingly good clarity after you break these in. Soundstage is adequate for mobile use, don't expect concert halls out of these. Sibilance is there for treble heavy tracks, but that's not a problem to me. Easily worth it up to $100, but definitely get new cables because the one that comes with these is microphonics central. Replacement cables can be found on eBay for about $10, with remote.

As usual for IEMs, getting a good seal is very important. Don't use foam tips for these because they'll destroy the details. You're going to need good fitting silicone tips, if the ones in the box don't do a good job.
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I have a pair of Tin Audio T3, which are reviewed very well at the budget range and love them but miss the lows a bit. Anyone here have experience with T3 (or T2/Pro) and these give any input?
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I went with a Bluetooth fiio amp for my iems. After looking for Bluetooth mmcx cables I didn't find any that had decent reviews and through a couple of forums I kept seeing the Bluetooth amps recommended so far I love the fiio. It has a mic too so I can use it if a phone call comes in
Seems like the fiio Amp is the way to go as far as I've read. With a shorter cable looks like the way to go
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The reviews all say that the cables are really bad...
Yeah, you're right. I just read a bunch of them too. I still won't cancel though. Still a good little stocking stuffer for $25.
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