Recommendations for sub $100 in ear monitors

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  1. icipher

    icipher SS.org Regular

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    My band has recently decided to use in ears for live use to help with our timing and cohesion.

    I have a transmitter and receiver, but need to get the actual in ears.

    What are the best options for a guitarist in the sub $100 range?
     
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    buriedoutback SS.org Regular

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    my drummer uses the MEE M6 PRO and he likes them a lot. $43 USD on amazon
     
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    budda Guiterrorizer Contributor

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    Buy nice or buy twice.
     
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    awesome. Just ordered these.
     
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    Unfortunately in ears are that kind of product you shouldn't cheap out on. When I bought mine I tested out loads and informed myself about what's important in them and in the end, the sub 400€ category just doesn't cut it. Lacking some necessary frequencies, it would have been a pain to use in a band context.
     
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    DudeManBrother Blames it on "the rain"

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    I’ll second the M6 Pro’s. I am so surprised how great they are (for single driver; they don’t hold a candle to multi drivers). I made custom ear molds for my set and they work perfectly for what I need in an IEM setup.
     

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