Or ears? I've always been verrrrry disappointed in Apple EarBud thingies. Totally Serious, the sound sucks bad, always did, still does. I've totally worn out two pairs of killer HP ear buds that I ripped/borrowed from MyJim. They rocked, he's done with . . . well, he still loves me,
So, if I really want to hear what it sounds like when doves cry or La Grange or Ween or Radio GaGa . . ???
TIA and MuchoLoveLea
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
Loc: Alexandria, VA
Gotta second the Sennheiser recommendation -- I have a pair for watching movies and stuff and they are incredible ...
For travel, I use a pair of Shure SE420 in-ear phones ... great sound and decent sound isolation for flights ... not sure how they would work for exercise, though, as they are very good at transmitting rustling noises through the cord ...
Loc: Fort Worth, Texas U.S.A.
I like the Shure earbuds. They are comfortable. can be as effective as the active nose canceling headsets at shutting out external noise, and depending on your hearing and your budget there is a version to fit almost anyone's pocket book and fidelity requirements.
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