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post #16 of 21
maybe 5pro is good? at least you can hear something around you.
post #17 of 21
um1 might be a good one too - yes, even more sturdy than the er6i, sorry forgot about them. better cable too. less isolation, good. less wind resistance as they lay flat in the ear cup rather than stick out at all. but... still...
post #18 of 21
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys,

Finally we are getting some clear suggestions!

I like those UM1 best so far! I gotta read reviews, What else?!
post #19 of 21
Thread Starter 
So I am looking at those UM1, ER6i and now at the q-jays... yes twice.. my budget.. what would be the size comparison of those, from my understanding from smallest to biggest: q-jays, UM1, ER6i?
post #20 of 21
Thread Starter 
I have Gotten the UM1 and I am very happy with my purchase, all I was asking for. Good sound with good bass and I really appreciate the low-profile/isolation of these headphones!
post #21 of 21
Sennheiser CX-300 - Got these for about $14 bucks new!
V Moda Vibe M - Roughly around the $70 range

Honestly, I like the Sennheiser CX-300. Great isolation, powerful base but it may be too powerful for some people...It stays very nicely in my ears when I go hiking so it never pops out. I also like the V Moda Vibe M but I am not sure about working out with those. These are just my opinions so your mileage may vary...
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