"Perfect 10, tried them all, best and bassiest"5.0 starson by josport
Pros: match Nano Red, bass is amazing, VERY comfortable
Cons: None for its price
Summary: Cnet is right - As a rock, hip-hop, and dance music lover this is the holy grail of great sound, incredible bass, and very comfortable fittiings. When I listen to club and rock music, I actually feel like I am there.
The older Sony EX71 are similar size and fit to Bass Freq, but the bass is not as precise, and the overall sound is "fuzzy" compared to the crispness of Bass Freq. Bass is strong, but not muddy or overpowering. The highs and mids are also great, a very crisp sound overall.. not at all muddy or distorted. (Much better than my previous in-ears, the Sony 71 and Griffin EarThupms.)
I also own the Shure E3Cs, which do have a more flat and slightly more detailed sound than Bass Freq, but they cost three times as much and I easily prefer the overall feeling of sound from the added bass. Also the Shures require a much more uncomfortable fitting in the ear, and you have to wrap them around your ears which make them very hard to put on and take off.
I cannot highly recommended this product enough, especially for the price