#1
My trusty Skullcandy Smokin' Buds gave out a few weeks ago, and I've been stuck with some extremely cheap JVC earbuds that I bought as a quick replacement. They sound better than I thought they would now that I've had them for a while, but the bass is still fairly muddy, and there's not much high-end. Therefore, I ask you, Pit, to tell me what you'd recommend for some in-ear headphones at a price of about $40-60. I've heard very good things about Woodees, but I'd like some more opinions.
#2
I use Sennhessers. they were on sale for £7. pretty much a bargain. they sound miles better than my female friends lady gaga headphones.
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#3
man, skullcandy are poor, i've gone through so many sets of them.
try sennheiser, they ahve pretty good buds for cheap-ish prices
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#4
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man, skullcandy are poor, i've gone through so many sets of them.
try sennheiser, they ahve pretty good buds for cheap-ish prices


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#5
Sennheiser CX300-II. I got mine for £40 ($63) and they're absolutely excellent, better than any in ear headphone I've ever used.
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#6
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man, skullcandy are poor, i've gone through so many sets of them.
try sennheiser, they ahve pretty good buds for cheap-ish prices

I have. They sounded great, but only lasted a few months.
#7
Skullcandy are actually not bad. IF you take care of them. Granted, after a year or two, they give out anyway. But the sound quality is really good.
#9
Koss keb40. fantastic little headphones for $20. they sounds as good a s portapros
#11
Also, I listen to a lot of electronic music. I'd really like a pair that does electronic music well, but not to the point that everything else sounds like shit on them. I listen to a very wide variety of music, so that's important.
#12
I would save up a bit more and get a pair of Denon's or Grado's

My Denon's are ****ing awesome, and I've heard nothing but good reports about Grado's
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#13
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I would save up a bit more and get a pair of Denon's or Grado's

My Denon's are ****ing awesome, and I've heard nothing but good reports about Grado's

There are some Denons in my price range that seem like they'd be pretty good.
#14
haha no kidding, I've literally gone through 10+ skull candies. I've really gotta get another brand
#15
if you can find those jvc "air cushion" earbuds, those are amazing for the price

got them for 20 or 30 bucks, had this immense bass, was great for working out/ tuning out whatevers around/ falling asleep on the bus. Got drunk one night and accidently ripped them apart though

they actually had good quality for the time I had them though, i think I stepped on the wire and just yanked on the earbud trying to pick the earbuds up
#18
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Well, I want big bass, but not immense.


I managed to pick up some Sennheiser headphones for about £20, they are very good for the money and have good bass response, i can't remember what model they are right now but i will edit it in once i have found them.
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#19
I think I'm getting these: http://www.amazon.com/NuForce-NE-6-Earphones/dp/B002OR6OFW

They seem like a really good value, and they apparently have a more even response than most in-ear headphones at a similar price, which I'm looking for. I like a nice, tight bass, not a boomy one.