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My Klipsch S4s broke anything else on the market i should try?

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My cat shredded them to pieces but the good news is that I get to try out some new buds, is there anything else on the market that is around the same price (80$) that is superior to my S4s? Or should i just get another pair since theyve gone down in price.
    
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$60?

Try V-Sonic GR06

http://www.ebay.com/itm/VSONIC-GR06-High-Fidelity-Professional-Quality-Stereo-Inner-Ear-Earphones-/380378110428?pt=Other_MP3_Player_Accessories&hash=item58904d59dc#ht_3453wt_952

$65 including ship.

They are mid-centric as opposed to the bass centric S4s and sound fidelity wise it is better than the S4s.
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I personally really enjoy my Shure SE215K's. Very comfy for me and is a little bass favoured. I paid $65 for the new so I'm sure you can find one under $80. The memory ear hooks take a while to get used to and the cable is quite long though.

I had the S4i's but I sold them as I didn't really enjoy them.
 
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Try out the monoprice 8320 iems. They are cheap as dirt, and sound pretty decent. The tips are not that great though, so I'd recommend getting different ones. I use them at the gym, because I'm not much of an IEM guy (prefer headphones/monitors).
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