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#26918 7-Oct-2008 12:40
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I am looking for a set of mid priced really comfortable but awesome sounding in ear headphones.

I don't mind spending upto $150 but at that price range I'd want something special.

I have 3 pairs of over ear headphones including the phitek noise cancelling, the hd555's and another set for 3d gaming, but I want something easy to wear.

Anyone able to recommend a few options? I see the bose for around $70 on trademe. I can buy sony at wholesale.

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  #169697 7-Oct-2008 21:24
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I'd recommend the Sennheiser CX500 Earbuds, bang on your $150 top range though.  Here are some on Trademe: (Recommend the trader as well..)

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Electronics-photography/Portable-audio-iPods/Headphones/auction-180835534.htm



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  #174088 28-Oct-2008 15:10
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Shure earphones are one of the better brands. I tried some of these in the airport and man they're comfortable as.

I personally use Ultimate Ear in ear ones and they're pretty good. I got them from here:

http://www.earphonesolutions.com/

cheers,


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