Sorry for starting a new thread, I posted several days ago in the general guidance thread but haven't received a response and I'm in a rush to buy a new set since my last set recently broke.
I'm new to the site and forums and found it while researching a new set of IEM's to replace my skull candy ink'd buds that recently broke. I'll use them mainly for exercising, running/jogging and the use will vary from occasional track use to mainly sidewalk/road. I'll also use them occasionally while cutting the lawn. I'm looking for an in the ear pair that stays in well while running so I'm considering models that have an over the ear hook style. I'll be using them my android phone listening to mp3's of various quality, none of which are flawless so SQ is not of the utmost importance although I'd certainly want them to sound better than my previous skull candy Ink'ds. I like the idea of having an in line remote to control the volume and tracks and having a mic would be a plus.
Some models I'm considering are the Meelectronics M6P and Philips SHS8105A/28 The M6P's look really nice for the money but it's discouraging that they were on sale at many vendors and now they're out of stock. I contacted the manufacturer who tells me they have been running low on this model for a while now. So while I can still find them available, they more than what they were just a little while ago when they were in stock at most of their vendors. I've looked into the Sennheiser Adidas CX 680i Sports Headset but the controls don't seem to work properly with Android devices and they're a bit pricey.
I'd like to stay in the $20-$40 range unless they is something much better for only a bit more. I'd appreciate the input and advice of the members here in helping me make my decision. I've read several reviews of the M6p's and they look good for the money but I can't seem to find any decent reviews of the Philips SHS8105A/28. I'd really like to hear from anyone that has any experience or knows of a review of the Phillips so I can compare them to the M6P's. They look pretty good for the money and the additional android app that allows tuning the in line controls seems interesting. I welcome any and all input. Thanks.