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Best headphones for under 30 quid

Discussion in 'Headphones & Portable Music' started by fredrickmore, Mar 5, 2006.

  1. fredrickmore

    fredrickmore Member

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    Are they are any good in-ear headphones for under 30 quid?

    If so whats the best?
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    sennheiser px 100 no contest
  3. TameRacingDriver

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    Koss KSC-75.
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    Sorry i totaly forgot about the two different types of headphones

    i meant in-ear head phones

    sorry
  5. TameRacingDriver

    TameRacingDriver Member

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    Spend £2 more on the Sennheiser CX300. Its worth it.
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    SuperSaiyan4 New Member

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    If you want I am selling the SONY MDR-EX81 brand new unboxed for only £20 on ebay! They retail for £35 and are very good.

    Or like the guy above who I think advised me also on the Sennheiser CX300 get those cheapest on ebay around £35 also as they retail for £40 and the bass is awesome! very punchy and it fits in the ear really good too!
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    £32 from discount discs, btw ;)
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    SuperSaiyan4 New Member

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    Lol yeah I know but Discountdiscs sell on ebay as well and charge £35 with delivery however ebay sent me a voucher for £2.50 off postage lol!
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    These look quite uncomfortable because they look very big in the pictures, are they actually ok? Also, do they stay in your ear or fall out alot? I want some for the gym to work with ipod video. I find the standard ipod headphones uncomfortable and have very poor bass.

    (sorry, not trying to hijack the post)
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    I ordered straight from their site - no delivery charge :D

    @ dashfield - i cant imagine this type of earphone being the best for working out - i'd look at the Koss KSC-75 instead which IMO would be far more suitable.
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    The Koss look like they would get uncomfortable after a while, do they?
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    That depends on you really.... some people find Grado's comfortable ;) (i dont)

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