We’ve discussed in-ear canal buds before with the Phiaton PS 20 NC headphones, but if you’re looking for something a little more…expensive, look no further than Sony’s MDR-EX1000 EX-Monitor Earphones.
The Ex-Monitors come with vertically-aligned, extra large 16mm drivers for superb and realistic sound reproduction – about 3-30,000Hz worth.
Ten different silicone tips are included for a comfortable fit, but be prepared to shell out quite a bit of dough for that fit, as these earphones will run you roughly $800.
Currently, the Ex-Monitors are only available in Asia, but they can be imported to the U.S. via the link below. Why does Sony Japan always get the awesome gear and the U.S. gets squat?
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