headphones with volume control on them


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zorak    0

Looking for a recomendations on headphones that have a volume level adjust on them.

I bought my wife an XM SkyFi2 with the home kit, for use in her office. The home kit only comes with with a line out, which headphones work on, but not much volume control.

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david622    0

i'm no expert on headphones, but it seems most halfway-decent headphones have an on-the-wire volume control.

i just bought some collapsable Koss headphones at compUSA a couple weeks back and they have a volume control on them. i don't use it though, i use the volume control on the ipod.

i only use it to turn the volume off real quickly if somebody says something to me and my ipod's in my pocket or something.

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zorak    0
i'm no expert on headphones, but it seems most halfway-decent headphones have an on-the-wire volume control.

i just bought some collapsable Koss headphones at compUSA a couple weeks back and they have a volume control on them. i don't use it though, i use the volume control on the ipod.

i only use it to turn the volume off real quickly if somebody says something to me and my ipod's in my pocket or something.

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Where they "Koss KTXPRO1" headphones?? i was looking at them on amazon, they look good. Are they comfortable when used for extended periods? I have a pair of Aiwa's (no volume control) that sound really good, but after about 30-45 minutes they start to hurt my ears.

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david622    0

well, they have great sound. there's no model number on them, but according to the compusa website they're KSC17 05

here's the compusa link to them: http://www.compusa.com/products/product_in...5716&pfp=SEARCH

they're very comfortable, the sound is great, and they fold up pretty well. it's not enough to fit in your pocket (unless you have big cargo pockets) but they're a lot better than if they were unfolded. They're definately an improvement from my old headphones; they were Akai headphones i bought at FYE that clip to your ear. they hurt after a while and had bad sound.

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