Puro Sound Labs IEM500 Studio Grade In-Ear Monitors with Dual Dynamic Drivers
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Introducing the IEM500 in-ear monitors from Puro Sound Labs, the Healthy Ears company. Our IEM500 earphones are packed with patent-pending technology that eliminates the muddy bass inherent in in-ear monitors. It’s that bass that clobbers vocal frequencies and forces you to crank up the volume. When sound clarity is coupled with excellent ambient noise attenuation, you have earphones that let you listen to music and phone conversations at safe volume levels. You have Puro Sound Lab’s IEM500, in-ear headphones that deliver studio-quality sound in a small package, are comfortable to wear, and look really cool.
Up to this point earphones in this price range have been a compromise: you wear them because they’re portable, comfortable, and with a built-in mic, they’re great for phone conversations. But sound quality? Not so much. Plus having a transducer screwed into your ear is a recipe for hearing damage. Right? Not any more.
Dual Dynamic Driver Phase-Optimized System
A patent-pending solution that eliminates vocal-blocking muddy mid-bass energy.
Immaculate Studio Grade Sound
Puro Balanced Response sound curve delivers fantastic neutral sound, no matter the content type.
Fantastic Seal Blocks Background Noise
The seal blocks 94% of ambient noise (at 1kHz) and enables a richness in the sound that is unmatched at this price range.
Top Customer Reviews
With the Puro Sound Labs - IEM500, I'm not laughing. I'm grinning. Grinning ear to ear with how they truly live up to their written words.
Before I get to the sound, can I just say, HOW beautiful are these? Breathtaking.
Not that earphones need to be good looking. I'm more of a function over form kind of guy.
But there is something to be said about a product designed this well. A Masterpiece.
Even the the packaging looks amazing. I did not want to take them out of the box at first.
They looked so good, sitting in their laser cut beds. I did not want to disturb them.
The whole unboxing process is a pleasure. Solid packaging, closed together by a wonderful snapping magnet.
Clear, simple, classy.
Build quality is top notch, feels amazing in the hand.
Fit would look to be uncomfortable, but that could not be farther from the truth. They are surprisingly light and easy to insert.
Once in, they provide a wonderful seal, without any driver flex at all. Wearing these for an extended time is a breeze.
The focus of detail continues down to the well functioning In-line Microphone
I'm sorry, did you ask how they sounded? Is that important? They sound fantastic.
The Puro IEM500 reminds me so much of Sony MDR-7506. Flat, fast, crisp and lightly bright.
The sound signature never gets in the way of producing music the way the original engineer designed.
- Vocals come through with airy punch that come through loud and clear. Though never forward.
- Bass dips way down, but is always immaculately controlled. A rumble can be heard in the distance.
- Highs are snappy and in some songs may be considered to be slightly bright. Never becoming to harsh or sibilant.
- Soundstage is wide and airy. Instrument separation is razor sharp.
Overall SQ is one of refinement and class. Beautiful sounding as it is beautifully designed. I true gem.
The IEM500 really impressed me, a feat not easily done. I was surprised to find them so controlled and accurate.
I was surprised how they looked even better in person than they do in the photos. The fit is wonderful and that
is coming from someone who prefers earbuds and not IEMs. This is a great earphone. It separates itself from
all the other products out there with the main stream V shaped signature and instead focus on accuracy / control.
Very easy to recommend and review the IEM500, as it does so many things so well.
I the highs are very clear without being annoying or too sharp. Mid-range is very solid, with a very coherent transition from the highs to the mids. Lows are good- maybe a bit boosted, but not overly so. I would hesitate to call these studio grade, as they are great to listen to, but are SLIGHTLY colored- meaning not completely tonally accurate. I have a few pair of Etymotic IEMs, which is what I would consider the baseline for Studio Grade- perfectly accurate, with a flat response curve. Please don't take this as a negative- I think there is room for both styles of headphones, and these are a lot of fun to listen to, which I think is the right baseline to use. I think these are great for Jazz, Rock, Rap and Pop, but I would say I prefer my Etymotic for classical music. Easy choice for most music- what you really want is for your music to sound good and clear, which is what these deliver better than any other in-ear headphone I have heard for less than $250. Highly recommended for fun listening!