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    Default Headphones - bring back the geek zone :(

    Anyone got a good headphones and what would u recommend for use fitness use. I always just used cheap set, but tried a good set in store and the sound brill, but is Ä200 to Ä400 worth it
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    Headphones or earphones?

    I wouldn't use headphones for anything fitness related as they can be a bit of a hindrance. In-ear buds are the way to go. Sennheiser make a really good set (CX300ii) for about 60 - 80 yoyos. If your willing to splash big money on a set then I recommend top end AKGs. They've a long history of quality audio gear, their headphones are orgasmic too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiberjabber View Post
    Headphones or earphones?

    I wouldn't use headphones for anything fitness related as they can be a bit of a hindrance. In-ear buds are the way to go. Sennheiser make a really good set (CX300ii) for about 60 - 80 yoyos. If your willing to splash big money on a set then I recommend top end AKGs. They've a long history of quality audio gear, their headphones are orgasmic too.
    I do see joggers using headphones, will look into it more, I do love my music.
    Was looking at Audio-Technica ATH-M50X, they seem the best at around the €150, guess I'll not go on a 45min visit to an escort if I do get them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiberjabber View Post
    Headphones or earphones?

    I wouldn't use headphones for anything fitness related as they can be a bit of a hindrance. In-ear buds are the way to go. Sennheiser make a really good set (CX300ii) for about 60 - 80 yoyos. If your willing to splash big money on a set then I recommend top end AKGs. They've a long history of quality audio gear, their headphones are orgasmic too.
    would be what I'd go for if it's only for fitness, I've a terrible tendancy of losing things when touring.There's better but These last a surprisingly long time and suit the purpose.
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    Waste of money getting HQ cans if you are going to wear them for exercise or running, ear buds will do and you wont know the difference.
    If you want to listen rather than just have background accompaniment, then Senn HD600 series, AKG Q701 or beyerdynamic DT 1770.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassandra View Post
    would be what I'd go for if it's only for fitness, I've a terrible tendancy of losing things when touring.There's better but These last a surprisingly long time and suit the purpose.
    I've had two sets of them. The first set lasted four years.

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    Thanks for your input, think I'll go with the CX300ii. 2k positive reviews on amazon.
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    Dr beats are fantastic in the gym

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