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the earphones for my ipod just broke.. so i need to buy a set of new earphones. i use headphones when i'm at home because i really prefer headphone sound quality over earphones, but i need earphones for outdoor reasons. so i was wondering if anyone can recommend me some good earphones below $50. i'm looking for ones that have good bass response... where you can hear the bass notes and bass drum clearly. (unlike the cheap ipod earphones..) anyways, thanks in advance!
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I read this as "saxophone recommendations".

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skullcandy. theyre niceeeeeee

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Bose. I think they're the best in your price range..


EDIT: I just checked, cheapest Bose's are like 100. Sorry >_>;
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Bose. I think they're the best in your price range..

Bose arent in his price range. but they are the best
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skullcandy. theyre niceeeeeee

Yes, they are niceeeeeee if you don't plan on using them for long. The last pair I bought literally lasted for 3 days before one of the channels went out, and I can't have that shit
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Bose.

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Bose are the best

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Bose. Go for those.

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Sennheiser MX 160.



Best earphones I've ever owned, have lasted over a year. I replaced my ipod ones with these. They cost me I think under 25 bucks, I can't really remember. Definitely under $30.

I highly recommend them.
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Sennheiser MX 160.



Best earphones I've ever owned, have lasted over a year. I replaced my ipod ones with these. They cost me I think under 25 bucks, I can't really remember. Definitely under $30.

I highly recommend them.

This. Sennheiser makes excellent headphones, I'm listening to some music through mine right now
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I somehow knew that the first suggestion would be Skullcandy. What a world, what a world.
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#11
Skullcandy don't break in 3 days if you treat them nicely, I've used this same pair since Christmas, though I do baby them and they rarely leave my bedroom. They're alright headphones for ~$20 but if you want quality audio you're going to have to look elsewhere
#12
Even if you could get Bose, why would you want to? They're overpriced as **** for the sound quality they offer. I would go Sennheiser. I have the PX 100 and they sound great for the price range. Koss Port-a-Pros are also great if you don't mind the retro look. From what I've heard from Skullcandy, they're not well balanced at all. Bass is way too high.
#13
I recommend Sony or Sennheiser. Bose is out of your price range. Skullcandy headphones do look good but they don't last long. JVC surpisingly has headphones that last quite a while. I had a pair of JVC's that lasted for a whole year when I usually break earphones every month.
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Having owned Bose, I honestly don't think they're great. They're far from bad, but as far as music listening they weren't very impressive.
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I've heard very good things about Klipsch and Sennheiser. I had a set of Sonys until they fell out of a car
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I've heard very good things about Klipsch and Sennheiser. I had a set of Sonys until they fell out of a car


MDR-V150 or something like that? I'm listening to music through a set of these as I type. Good headphones for 20 bucks.

Although they're over-ear headphones. So my vote goes to the Sennheiser ear buds.
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I'd say whatever Sennheiser fit your price range.

Also, I've tried some Panasonic ones that were quite nice too.

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I've had various Sennheisers but I prefer the Maxell earphones I have at the moment. They sound as good and are a lot more comfortable.
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seinnheisser CX300II.skullcandy are average,your paying for the gimmicky look,not the sound
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