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 I have those.  I had to wrap some black duct tape around the adapters to keep the cable from popping off.  No, these. http://www.klipsch.com/oval-ear-tips 
Etymotic will replace the broken driver for $80.  Even with the high shipping, it's still a good deal.  Also, changing tips can improve the bass.  I use Klipsch tips with mine.  Shure olives are also very popular.
I think the i-Fuzen is manufactured by the same company that makes the V-Moda vamp.
i.Fuzen HP-1 iPhone 4/4S Headphone Amplifier, Extended Battery & Protective Case on sale for $19.99 plus free shipping (U.S. only)   http://www.ebay.com/itm/390550180873  
Etymotic won't fix your headphones but will send a new pair if they're under warranty.  For out-of-warranty phones, there's a program where you can buy a new pair at a discount.  http://www.etymotic.com/cs/
  Second this.  I used to listen to music on minidisc and this was how I converted all my files.
There are 2 companies that make double-flange tips that will fit Etys.   Futuresonic: 3 pairs for $12 small, medium and large   Klipsch: 4 pairs for $13.99 small and large Klipsch tips run small so Futuresonics might be a better fit for you.
Check out http://manual.audacityteam.org/o/man/tutorial_copying_tapes_lps_or_minidiscs_to_cd.html   Audacity is a free audio editing program that has versions for Windows and Mac. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/   You don't need a USB turntable.  A better option is the ART USB Phono Plus preamp.  It turns almost any turntable into a USB turntable.    
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