Mindovermaster, on 12 March 2013 - 03:34, said:
I have these: http://www.amazon.co...+earbuds+UHP206
They have excellent sound cancelling. in a gym I used to go to, it is quite loud. Plug these things in, I hear almost nothing. Until I turn on the mp3 player.
They have 3 sizes of earbuds to improve anybody's ear. Nice tight fit. Never fell out except when I got the cord stuck on something
My two Cents...
Those look nice, but I had a pair of (admittedly cheaper) Altec Lansings and they broke within a few weeks of using them :\ I might give these a try though, after looking through the reviews
sanctified, on 12 March 2013 - 03:48, said:
Those definitely look good, thanks for the link
One thing, though, is the "maximum power input" difference in http://www.aiaiai.dk...headphones/pipe
really worth the $25?
cropcircles, on 12 March 2013 - 03:52, said:
As a runner I've tried all types of earbuds for my music. IMO they all SUCK because when I sweat it gets in your ears and it F' up's you sound, Even if your just a walker or weird dude that rides his bike on the trails in jeans or walks with his overweight nasty looking wife on the trails, or wears casual urban attire and walks with his dog, just get some cheap pair of headphones from Wallyworld aka, (Wal-Mart) that cover your entire ear and you get a full sound without all the stick it in your ear annoying adjustment crap.
I'm well aware of the problems with earbuds, it's just a personal preference
LaP, on 12 March 2013 - 03:57, said:
Yeah, I'd heard of Klipsh
Thanks for that site too, it looks like a site I need to be on right now.
ingramator, on 12 March 2013 - 04:03, said:
Don't confuse noise reduction with noise cancelling. They are completely different concepts!! Anyway. Some well trusted and quality brands are Sennheiser Monster and Skull Candy. Sennheiser is German and so precision engineering, would definitely recommend them however they can get a bit pricey!
searched up Sennheiser on Bing and it turns out a lot of my Facebook friends like them too
thanks for the tip, I especially like the 2 year warranty. are these (http://en-us.sennhei...adphones-cx-215
) $40 Sennheisers comparable to these (http://www.aiaiai.dk...headphones/pipe
) $60 AIAIAIs? which specs should I pay more for? Searching it up, it seems that frequency isn't much of a problem, but what about Ohms and sensitivity?
Thanks for the tips and links so far