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  1. And now the Forza Metallo's lower-cost brother, the Forza Sport Hybrid. Costing $30 USD less than the Metallo and featuring moisture resistance, you might not expect it to be made as well or sound as good. I found the great bass to be about the same with each, although down around 16 hz this Sport Hybrid is slightly less Earth-shaking. Mids are similar, but the treble difference affects the mids somewhat. Using the same medium-large eartips on each, this Sport Hybrid is brighter by a few decibels. Your mileage may vary, according to eartips, ear canals, etc. V-MODA Forza Sport Hybrid In-Ear (IEM) Stereo Earphone review by Dale | Headphones Hangout Forum
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