So what are you saying, I don't know what I like? <br><br>THe earbuds have always been fine for me- I don't really want to throw around a lot of money on headphones that I don't know if I'll like- and comfort is a big deal to me in this area... So for now I'm going with what I know I'm comfortable with...<br><br>[color:red]You slap my back, I'll slap yours!</font color=red>
#160797 - 04/22/0407:47 AMRe: JUST the iPod earbuds?
Well, if I were one of your ears and you tried to put those Apple earbuds in there I'd be totally pissed and just shut down for a few days! <br><br>But seriously, if you haven't tried the in-the-ear type, you don't know what you are missing. For me the ones that came with the iPod were uncomfortable and they kept falling out at times. The in-the-ear type just stays in and they just feel soft in there, not hard like the Appple ones did. <br><br>
Seriously though, I really have to try headphones out in person before I just up and buy them...<br><br>Maybe my ears are smaller or something, because Apple's earbuds fit pretty nicely...<br><br>However, on your recommendation, I will give the 'in-ear' set a shot....Does anyone know if they have them 'out of the package' at the Apple store to try out?<br><br>[color:red]You slap my back, I'll slap yours!</font color=red>
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