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Absolutely love this product by Sennheiser! Keep losing it, keep buying it.
EDIT: Just realized your budget is around 2K. In that range, you will get much better earphones I am sure.
I've been a user of Sennheiser products for a long time .They offer a 2 year warranty and their after sale support is impressive
For budget headphone, Sennheiser CX 180 Street II In-Ear Headphone @699/-.
And if you pay with Amazon Pay, you get 10% cashback.
Sennheiser CX 180
Have been using this one for more than 2 years now, very comfortable and just for ₹800 on Amazon.
I had good experience with Sennheiser, JBL and Blaupunkt ones in budget under Rs 800.
If you want to give TWS one more try, you can go for Jabra Elite 65T, which is 4k now offering good, balanced sound, but individual buds wont work independently.
These are good, got them on the cheap during an amazon sale and totally worth it.
One of the all time greats, this
I would suggest you going for Sennheiser CX-180. They are available on amazon for around Rs 700. Excellent sound quality, better than most of the earphones you will find under Rs 1000 range. I know they are over you budget but you'll be getting 2 years of warranty, that means if they stop working, just go to the service center or courier them and they will replace it on the spot.
I have been using then for over an year now and because of my extensive and rough use, one of the earphone always stop working after like 4-5 months and they simply replace them, without any hassle. Make sure that you have sennheiser service center nearby. They have like 3-4 service centers all over the india(pretty low!)
Link to service center in india- http://servicecentre.co/sennheiser-service-centre-list-india.html
Link to the product- https://www.amazon.in/Sennheiser-CX-180-Street-II/dp/B00D75AB6I/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1537351578&sr=1-1&keywords=senhizer+cx+180
Go for this instead...
Ok I've managed to get the microphone working well with the stethoscope by combining the concepts in this one. I used 3.7v lipo battery from my quadcopter project and the sound frequency response is pretty good i used this video to test the frequency response and it is working good.
I've only one female 3.5mm jack so i could only test only one device(earphones or iphone) at a time. I used these earphones with 16ohm impedence. I'm afraid if the connect the two jacks simultaneously in parallel it might drop the volume to half. Is there anyway I can overcome that?.
Thanks a ton again.
Will update on what happened with two female jacks in parallel tomorrow.
Any recommendations on Bluetooth transmitter modules for this?
Sennheiser CX 180 Street II In-Ear Headphone (Black) http://www.amazon.in/dp/B00D75AB6I/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_awd_x_pkm8xb03JGVB9
Is it this one?
Sennheiser CX 180 Street II In-Ear Headphone (Black) for 699.
Budget: $15 +/- $5 (1000INR from Amazon India/Flipkart), explanation for low budget below
Source: A non-flagship Android phone/tablet
Isolation: Completely optional
Preferred type: IEMs, not Over-the-ear/head
What I'm looking for: Something light on my pocket since I am getting a hefty PC upgrade soon. I'm mainly looking for a very durable and decent sounding set in that price range from those websites and there are seemingly plenty of choices so the budget should fit.
Preferred music: Rock, Country, Pop (general casual user)
What I've found in my country: Xiaomi in-ear v3 and Sennheiser CX 180 and these Philips ones. I want to know how good one is over the other, especially for the first two, I can't do spec sheets for audio.
These are what I have.. but scout around.. they were 100 bucks cheaper last time...