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Shindig
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  #2873741 24-Feb-2022 11:07
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Having moved to an iPhone with no 3.5mm jack, I'm currently headphone less! (although the Sennheiser HD239s did me proud) Time to get onboard with Bluetooth connectivity! Main uses will be listening to SoundCloud ambient mixes and attending MS Teams calls, while not having to be at my home office desk.

 

 

 





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Lolmil116
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  #2873743 24-Feb-2022 11:08
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Jabra 65T in ear headphones. Got them for £140 back when I lived in UK (3 years ago) and used them every day since for mainly podcasts. Been very happy with them but the battery life has started to reduce so a new pair will be in order soon.

mooner
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  #2873744 24-Feb-2022 11:08
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I've got some well used Sennheiser PXC550 II, they do still work however the earpads are disintegrating and the battery ain't what it used to be.

 

The noise cancelling is absolutely necessary to shut out my colleagues and other distractions when I'm doing anything remotely challenging, ie coding or writing powerbi reports.  




ThePlague
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  #2873747 24-Feb-2022 11:08
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Hi have a $15 pair of wired Panasonic in ear headphones. For the price point. They are not bad. I would love an upgrade. I modded my iPod to nearly 500gb and still rock that. I also have a 30pin to bluetooth adapter so I'm living in the future!

 

 

 


Romn
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  #2873748 24-Feb-2022 11:08
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I have some Panasonic RP-HTX80B.

 

Nothing fancy, but they were quite cheap, the sound is alright and they are quite light, which is important as I am using them at work every day for 4 to 6h a day (battery is quite good too, I charge them once a week before the battery gets empty).

 


pinetree70
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  #2873750 24-Feb-2022 11:09
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I’ve got a Logitech H800 wireless headset. Use it for work - both PC and mobile phone but the battery doesn’t last the whole working day at home with all the Teams and Zoom meetings.


DutchBoy
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  #2873751 24-Feb-2022 11:10
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I've got wired Panasonic headphones I acquired in 2008. They have a very long cord (3m I think). Thought that was a good thing at the time. Now just a royal pain in the bottom. The sound from them is reasonable though. I use them for listening to music mainly, or keeping the sound down when gaming.

 

 




blackjack17
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  #2873753 24-Feb-2022 11:11
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Would replace some aliexpress QCY T1C that have the worst bluetooth performance I have ever seen.  Funnily enough these replaced a pair of QCY QS2 that were brilliant.

 

Would use for music and movies while the kids are asleep

 

 

 





xtempore
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  #2873754 24-Feb-2022 11:11
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Sennheiser HD 380 pro. I use them for basic sound editing, listening to music, watching YouTube, and some video calls--when it's important to really hear the person clearly.

 

 

 


sparky1685
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  #2873755 24-Feb-2022 11:11
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It's a $20 pair of JBL T110 earbuds for everything here. I make a living as a classical musician, so something a little better would be great, but these have served me well for listening on the move, music teaching on Zoom (sob) and even as IEMs for the rare non-acoustic concert I play.  

 

 

 

 

 


dabbler
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  #2873757 24-Feb-2022 11:12
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I have some work-provided Jabra's - the basic ones - which I use for video calls and listening to music when I can't have the desktop speakers going.

 

I've never used the wireless bud type earphones and would love to win a pair of those!

 


unclepauleo
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  #2873758 24-Feb-2022 11:12
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Currently use Senheiser BT450. I would use for music, conference calls and podcasts.
also, sometimes watching a movie after the Mrs has gone to bed - so I dont disturb her slumber!


  #2873759 24-Feb-2022 11:13
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I currently have the old Bose Qc headphones and use it for general music and audio conference.

Chainsaw
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  #2873761 24-Feb-2022 11:14
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What I have, some phone earbuds I found at home -

 

 

Definitely for listening to music, but also for watching TV after everyone else has gone to bed.

 

 


below43
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  #2873762 24-Feb-2022 11:14
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I currently use jabra elite active 75t earphones for music and my phone, but if I won the giveaway, I would probably replace my work headphones which are a very poor quality set of Nokia earphones that came with a test mobile I use :-|

 

 

 


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