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    Recommend some earphones

    I need to replace the standard Apple earphones I have with my Ipod as they are a bit worse for wear!
    I dont have an endless budget but want something that will be good quality and comfortable to wear. I listen to my iPod alot at work and they need to also block out outside noise too so when I am cutting the grass I can still hear the music.
    Does anybody have any experience of some decent in ear phones that they can recommend.

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    cant go wrong with skullcandy mate
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    I have had a few different sets of skull candy headphones. all sounded pretty awesome but all of them broke as well they aren't the best made headphones about so need to be super careful with them, which will be hard if your working out and about

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    Ultimate Ears Super Fi 5 Pro - expensive but damn good.
    Almost on a par with my Grado's

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    Shure E2C if you like in ear ones.
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    Ive just had a search on some of the suggestions, didnt realise there was such a huge choice out there. And was surprised by how much you can spend if you really have the money to blow!!

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    i've got a mate that raves about his bose earphones, not cheap though! £70!!

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    I have a couple of cheap sets of Sennheiser ones, one for home and one for the van. CX300 II's I think they are, they are a good fit (come with 3 different sized in ear pieces) so block out a fair bit of noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b1988m View Post
    i've got a mate that raves about his bose earphones, not cheap though! £70!!
    I have them, they sound awesome and they will last you ages if you look after them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckle View Post
    I have a couple of cheap sets of Sennheiser ones, one for home and one for the van. CX300 II's I think they are, they are a good fit (come with 3 different sized in ear pieces) so block out a fair bit of noise.
    I'll second these, I've had numerous pairs of headphones and these have been the best in the sub £50 mark. I had the first ones aswell and were top notch. Lasted about a year, and only ended up breaking both pairs due to me generally chucking them about while travelling and using them when training.

    I've found Skullcandy to be a bit bass heavy and overpowers the mids. They're not terrible but I would rather buy Sennheiser

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