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Hi   I have just started a research project in college and was wondering if you guys could offer me any advice or opinions.   here is the details of the assignment.     ''How has the Internet impacted your chosen audience (audiophiles / headphone users). What changes in audience behaviour are attributable to digital technologies and what challenges would your organisation face in interacting with your target audiences online.''   I was thinking of...
soundmagic pl30 if u can find them
not sure if this is a deal, more of a giveaway....   win some sennheiser HD218i on ear headset, see last post European store Seen on HotUKDeals site.
nothing as cheap as the jvc flats comes to mind   Creative WP300 - around $60 Meelectronics Air-Fi - around $70 Sennheiser PX210BT - around $150   also, I am pretty sure you can pair 2 bluetooth headphones similtaneously on your samsung, mine is currently paired with headphones and bluetooth speakers and transmits to both, probably depends on the type of bluetooth, theres a few different types
also the XX's are awesome
the JVC marshmallows are great all rounders, even survived a few spins in the washing machine
check out    - Sennheiser PXC310BT - it's jam packed with awesome features - excellent noise cancelling, bluetooth wireless with apt X, it's a headset so you can chat and it has a very nice foldable mechanism and feels really well built IMO.   - or have a look at some of the Phiaton range of headphones, especially the noise cancelling PS300NC, it's got awesome sound and looks the bizness with leather components a plenty, also the PS500 'audiophile' headphones or...
Hi all   can't find the answer to this anywhere, Which Comply tips fit SoundMagic MP21?   Cheers
ah the E17 is battery powered! that makes it very different to the Creative sound cards. Cheers, Thanks!
I second the soundmagic e10 and e30 - especially since you mentioned metal and pop punk. The soundmagic both deliver extremely balanced audio and are not too bass heavy so they are perfect for those musical styles in my opinion. E30's take a while to burn in but after around 20 hours or so the sound is incredible - especially for live tracks - been listening to Joy Division, Buckethead and Beastie Boys all live lately and the sh*t's just incredible with the Soundmagic.
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