[SOLVED] Which wired earbuds under $40 would you recommend ?

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Hello. Right now I have Creative EP-630 wired earbuds. The sound is pretty pretty great, but I would like something with fuller sound. Are there any good wired earbuds under 40 bucks that are superior to my current ones? I am not a fan of wireless earbuds and I will mosty use them for running/brisk walking, so I don´t want wireless earbuds. Any recommendations? Thanks a lot!
 

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KZ ZS 10 Pro are amazing for the price, they are just under $50 but do go on sale at times. Another option, also right about $50 is the Tin Audio T2, or 40 on Drop if you don't mind waiting a bit to save the money vs Amazon or someplace https://drop.com/buy/tin-t2-iem

KZ ZS 10 Pro would be my pick for really anything under $150 or even more depending on the set. After I bought those I sold all of my $100 + IEMs, they just were not needed for the price.
 

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KZ ZS 10 Pro are amazing for the price, they are just under $50 but do go on sale at times. Another option, also right about $50 is the Tin Audio T2, or 40 on Drop if you don't mind waiting a bit to save the money vs Amazon or someplace https://drop.com/buy/tin-t2-iem

KZ ZS 10 Pro would be my pick for really anything under $150 or even more depending on the set. After I bought those I sold all of my $100 + IEMs, they just were not needed for the price.
 

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I was going to mention the KZ ATE IEM's, which are around $13 on Amazon. Here's a review:

 

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I was going to mention the KZ ATE IEM's, which are around $13 on Amazon. Here's a review:

Yes those are nice, as are some other ChiFi things under 40 or 50, but the ZS 10 Pro with the different drivers in them just produce a cleaner better rounded sound. Really for the small extra amount spent on something that is used all the time, I would not go lower in price/quality than those.
 

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Yes those are nice, as are some other ChiFi things under 40 or 50, but the ZS 10 Pro with the different drivers in them just produce a cleaner better rounded sound. Really for the small extra amount spent on something that is used all the time, I would not go lower in price/quality than those.
The ZS 10 Pro are probably better.

Just wanted to offer a cheaper option, I spend a lot of time at AVSforum where we specialize in hitting max budget and then shattering it, it's always nice to see less expensive options offered so I try to do that at times. :)
 

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