I'm pretty rough on my earbuds, I guess, because it seems that I break them every few months. Right now my crappy $20 skullcandies only work in one ear, and that's after I chopped off the other earbud and soldered the wires together. (BTW, these headphones were my last choice, I only got them because I had to, I realize that SCs are NOT a good brand.) Anyway, I'm tired of warrantying all my headphones all the time, and I'm tired of them crapping out on me. For a while I've been searching for some really durable buds, and I've found a few good recommendations but the earbuds people say are the best (ie thickest wire, most durable connections) never seem to be available anymore. So are there any really tough earbuds with some really thick wire (no more 28 gauge trash), in the low price range (<$50) and that are still available (preferably on Amazon)?
Thanks in advance!
Also, sorry if I'm asking this in the wrong place or anything, as you can see I'm new to the forum.
Edited by wyager - 11/1/10 at 3:51pm