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post #136 of 9815

Great deal man.

post #137 of 9815
Amazon has the monster turbines for under 60 bucks, might make a nice present
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Amazon has the monster turbines for under 60 bucks, might make a nice present


I saw this too and I'm thinking about getting it. How are they for exercising? Will they stay in the ear if you move a lot like jogging? And I've heard durability issues with them.

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Amazon has the monster turbines for under 60 bucks, might make a nice present


I saw this too and I'm thinking about getting it. How are they for exercising? Will they stay in the ear if you move a lot like jogging? And I've heard durability issues with them.


It would depend on the type of tips used and whether you're using ear guides or not as the Turbine shells are pretty heavy and has high chance of falling out if running/jogging.
 

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Amazon has the monster turbines for under 60 bucks, might make a nice present


I saw this too and I'm thinking about getting it. How are they for exercising? Will they stay in the ear if you move a lot like jogging? And I've heard durability issues with them.


It would depend on the type of tips used and whether you're using ear guides or not as the Turbine shells are pretty heavy and has high chance of falling out if running/jogging.
 


Yeah that's what I'm hesitating on right now. Do you know of any third-party tips or buds that will make them stay in the ear better?

post #141 of 9815
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Yeah that's what I'm hesitating on right now. Do you know of any third-party tips or buds that will make them stay in the ear better?



I think it's more of a problem with the casings than the tips. No matter which tips you use, they'll probably still be prone to falling out.

post #142 of 9815

Hhmmm yeah because they will still be heavy. I guess nothing sort of superglue will give them a tight seal. Granted I don't need for them to stay in always, as long as it doesn't fall out too much. Maybe I'll pass on these then.

post #143 of 9815
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Hhmmm yeah because they will still be heavy. I guess nothing sort of superglue will give them a tight seal. Granted I don't need for them to stay in always, as long as it doesn't fall out too much. Maybe I'll pass on these then.



if you wear them with the cabling over the ears, the weight doesn't become such a issue, also, skip the stock eartips, those things are subpar compared to other eartips, too soft and ...goopy

 

my bad, talking bout the supertips, the stock single mushrooms aren't the best either way, try some comply foam tips, those suckers really stay in your ears

post #144 of 9815

Shure SRH840 for $127 shipped from Electronic Expo after applying coupon LSDA1220.

 

I added it to my cart and applied the coupon, however, I did not try to check out so YMMV.

 

http://www.electronics-expo.com/make-a-store/item/SHUSRH840/Shure/SRH840/1.html

 

BTW - the discount code works on some other headphones as well, so play around with it :)


Edited by os2k - 12/22/10 at 5:26am
post #145 of 9815

Eh well I missed the sale. And those Comply buds are not good for exercise at all. Once the sweat gets in, they get ruined fast and not to mention I could get an ear infection. If there is a IEM out there that sounds good and is extremely portable, then that would be perfect for me.
 

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Hhmmm yeah because they will still be heavy. I guess nothing sort of superglue will give them a tight seal. Granted I don't need for them to stay in always, as long as it doesn't fall out too much. Maybe I'll pass on these then.



if you wear them with the cabling over the ears, the weight doesn't become such a issue, also, skip the stock eartips, those things are subpar compared to other eartips, too soft and ...goopy

 

my bad, talking bout the supertips, the stock single mushrooms aren't the best either way, try some comply foam tips, those suckers really stay in your ears

post #146 of 9815

dealzon.com has several great deals on headphones

post #147 of 9815
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From facebook:

 

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End of Year Sale, ends Monday, January 3rd. Coupon Code NEWYEAR will give you 15% off while supplies last.
Also check our BLOWOUT section for even more discounted items: http://www.earphonesolutions.com/blowout.html

 

Should work at earphonesolutions and headphonesolutions, but good luck at finding good prices.

post #148 of 9815
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At needledoctor.com

 

AKG Q 460 $89

Ortofon O-One $99 (modified Ultrasone)

Ortofon O-Two $69

post #149 of 9815

has anyone seen new electronic expo promo codes that might work for the denon d7k's? desperately searching for a bargain on these

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has anyone seen new electronic expo promo codes that might work for the denon d7k's? desperately searching for a bargain on these


 

LSDA1220 coupon code  $551

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