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post #31 of 34

it may have a lower isolation

post #32 of 34
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I'm willing to sacrifice a bit of isolation for comfort, since I'll be wearing these 'phones for at least 90 mins every time I go to the gym. Thanks for the input though!

 

post #33 of 34

enjoy and dont forget to share your experience!

post #34 of 34

I've been using the Custom 1 from Klipsch, but I'm going to hunt down a waterproof pair for running when it's hot out.  The Klipsch held up well, but I take care not to soak them.  When I tighten the band in on the cord in the rear of my head, it eliminates much of the cord noise.  They are also a secure fit and offer good isolation.  It would, however, be nice to be worry free about getting the headphones wet.  I may try out a pair of the Sennheiser 680s, just have to choose the in-ear or the band.

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