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Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by gino555, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. gino555

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    hi,

    can any one reccomend a good set of head/earphones? I have tried the in ear phones but find the very uncomfortable the normal in ear ones dont give me the bass they will be used for cycling and genreal use does any one have any ideas

    Thanks gino
     
  2. swayne

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    Sure,

    iGrado, Koss KSC-75, Koss PortaPro, Sennheiser PX100 or PX200.

    I've currently got some iGrado's and have owned the Sennheisers before. The Koss models I've included as they're currently getting good write-ups on Head-Fi.

    Steven.
     
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    I have been using the BOSE in-ear headphones for just over a year and I think they are the most comfortable in-ear headphones I have everused and I love the sound they produce.
     
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    Hi, I know you said you found in ear phones uncomfortable but were you using ones with interchangeable sizes? Perhaps it was that you didnt have a good fit that you found them uncomfortable?

    I have a pair of sennheiser cx500's and find them very comfortable once i got the right fit. They were just over £30.
     

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