The renown RM-610D model is known for its simple design, basic build quality and a superb sound quality for a very low price. After using them for quite a while, I can definitely say that these are some of the best sounding earphones on AudioBudget. They are fun and less V-shaped than ROCK Zircon, so expect more balanced lows and highs, and more pronounced mids.
Obviously, these earphones are not the basshead's wet dream, nor are the most detailed earphones around, but they are among the best budget-class mid-centered earphones you can get, and their sound signature is extremely easy to get used to.
Metal + plastic, straight, short, no strain relief
The inline remote has an iPhone/Android switch on the back.
Comfort & Fit
Using the angled and simplistic shape of these earphones, Remax has made them as universal as humanly possible. I had no comfort issues whatsoever and could wear these earphones for many hours straight.
Lows / Bass
The bass is quick and impactful, although not the deepest. I will admit that they passed the bass shaker test like a king, but it does seem like the driver flex is limited on the low-end frequencies. Still, these earphones aren't the most bassy of the bunch, but at least the bass is very accurate and fun, and never leaks into mids.
Mids / Vocals
Some of the best performers in the mids range. These earphones handle complex pieces very well, even chaotic styles like black metal, which requires proper instrument separation to sound anything more than static noise. These earphones are also excellent for vocal-oriented music styles. Voices are upfront but not exaggerated. They are warm and natural and most listeners will definitely enjoy them.
Highs / Treble
Some of the best highs in terms of comfort. If you find ROCK Zircon's highs too sharp for you, try these earphones. The highs are natural with a brightish tone. The peaks are very subtle and easygoing and the mids/highs proportion is well-balanced.