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Brooko: but is the 650 also really heavy? Case in point, I ordered the 'premium' headphone cable extension from monoprice and although it works very well it is heavy to the point of dragons my headphones off my ears ;-)
Thanks for suggestions, all. I really would like a built-in 3.5mm plug. Also, I don't really have a place to "try before buy" with the 650 cable... Does anyone have specific experience with that ZY cable I mentioned? (http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00EI8AXYS/ref=mp_s_a_1_13?qid=1406302847&sr=8-13&pi=AC_SX110_SY165_QL70). Thanks again!
Hmmm, I must not get the inside jokes that those astronomy photos represent... So I'll just ask, what does that mean? And while we're getting back on topic, any other thoughts for under $100 replacement/upgrade cables for the HD600? (I don't want to purchase Senn cable again...)
Good morning all,   I read through a little of this thread and searched for others, but didn't find a compelling answer to the question of what cable to replace for the HD600!  The stock cable on my headphones recently experienced an internal break and thus the right ear is now inop.  I need a replacement cable out of necessity, but the Internet is so flooded with misinformation and misguidance that I can't quite find the essential details.  Does anyone have a couple...
I looked up those PMX 680s, and saw okay but not great reviews. Most commenters enjoyed the build quality and fit but were not overly impressed with sound quality. Any specifics about SQ that you can offer? Thanks for the reply!
This was a while ago... but any new suggestions?  So far I've heard Klipsch X10.  What about Shure IEMs?  I'm not a huge fan of Bose products, but are the SiE2s decent?  And what about other brands I may not be aware of?  Thanks again in advance!
Thanks again. Others' suggestions?
Thanks for the response.  So sound-isolated is different than noise-cancelling I take it?  Is it just a really tight seal of the earbud to ear?
Hello all,   That's it... I've HAD IT with the crappy basic white Apple earbuds.  They are just terrible and they fall out all the time.  I'm looking for decent athletic/workout headphones without an in-line mic.  My workplace doesn't allow recording devices, so it's definitely a no-go on the mic!   I will be using these headphones with an iPod shuffle 2GB (4th gen), so a very basic setup.  I'm probably most interested in in-ear buds, but am open to opinions on...
Thanks for the suggestions, looks like I have some choices...
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