Pros: Eco-Friendly, iPod Remote, Wood, Bass lovers IEM
Cons: Pushy bass, recessed miss, rolled off highs, cable quality


Conclusion

The People Get Ready IEMs are nothing special. They’re not breaking any ground here, nor are they going to make your eyes widen. They are bass oriented fashion headphones that don’t sound offensive to the ears. They are decently built, please make the stress reliefs longer though. The sound isn’t terrible, but fans of rock music or mid oriented music should stay away. These headphones are at their best with electronic music definitely. 

The People Get Ready come in a multitude of great looking colors and are priced at $39.99 without the remote, $49.99 with the remote. I think they’re a tad too expensive, they would be more appropriately priced at $20 and $30 in my opinion. The budget IEM market is tough and there are many fantastic options in the sub-$50 category, namely from SoundMAGIC and Meelectronics that I would choose over these. For fashion phones though these aren’t bad and I recommend them for those who want a bass heavy headphone with fashion in mind.

Read the full review here!

Pros: Eco-Friendly, iPod Remote, Wood, Bass lovers IEM

Cons: Pushy bass, recessed miss, rolled off highs, cable quality

Conclusion

The People Get Ready IEMs are nothing special. They’re not breaking any ground here, nor are they going to make your eyes widen. They are bass oriented fashion headphones that don’t sound offensive to the ears. They are decently built, please make the stress reliefs longer though. The sound isn’t terrible, but fans of rock music or mid oriented music should stay away. These headphones are at their best with electronic music definitely. 

The People Get Ready come in a multitude of great looking colors and are priced at $39.99 without the remote, $49.99 with the remote. I think they’re a tad too expensive, they would be more appropriately priced at $20 and $30 in my opinion. The budget IEM market is tough and there are many fantastic options in the sub-$50 category, namely from SoundMAGIC and Meelectronics that I would choose over these. For fashion phones though these aren’t bad and I recommend them for those who want a bass heavy headphone with fashion in mind.

Read the full review here!

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