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Sony - Studio Monitor Series Headphones Model: MDR-V150 this is the 5th pair ive owned and they are awesome. big yes but sound great and never cost more than $20...
04-11-2009, 10:59 AM #21
Sony - Studio Monitor Series Headphones
this is the 5th pair ive owned and they are awesome. big yes but sound great and never cost more than $20
04-11-2009, 11:47 AM #22
i have 4 pairs
1 pair of KOSS? from walmart 29.99$ they fit in the iphone 2g n they sound good in fit nice in my ears n great bass...
1 pair of ifrogz headphones.... 10.99 they fit great into my ears.. and they are great when u have the eq on flat...
these pink 1s from AJ wright...5.99 sound quality<<< but they are loud
and then these from skullcandy The titanium 1s?? 89.99
they sound great, loud, bass is good, and feelo nice on my ears cuz they have fur ear pads>>>>LOL
04-11-2009, 12:03 PM #23
I have 2
The Shure I2C-M's - $26 on eBay
And the Jaybird JB-200i's $126 on eBay
I use the Shure's for general putzing around and the Jaybird's for running and the gym
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04-13-2009, 05:46 AM #24
I'm using Nixon "The Wire" headphones, about $120-$130 but very good sound! and are fully iPhone compatible! microphone, call/answer button, and can change songs in ipod with the button etc! great product
04-13-2009, 06:05 AM #25
I'm using zagg's zbuds. Got them with a 50% off coupon, then got an additional 15% off since their shipment was delayed.
So I got them for about $30. Not bad since they're $80 regularly. I like them a lot, and really appreciate the nylon cord.
04-18-2009, 03:41 PM #26
I have both in/over the ear Bose tri-port headphones... prefer over the ear better unless it needs to be not so noticable (wwhile at work) then i use the in ear.
04-19-2009, 08:05 AM #27
I use the Bose QC3's when I can get them back from the wife. AWESOME sound and huge bass and acoustic noise cancelling. Yea I forked over some big bucks ($299) for them but I like to buy things once and not wish I had got something else later. IMO its worth it.
04-19-2009, 07:10 PM #28
I use the Sennheiser MX-W1's for working out and just love the sound of these wireless headphones. They use Kleer technology instead of bluetooth. ($499) I also have the Bose QC3($350). Both sound great. Bose offer a lot of bass and the noise canceling is great on the plane. The Sennheisers are the clearest headphones I have owned, and that's saying a lot.
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04-19-2009, 08:04 PM #29
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