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Lol.

 

I've actually come to find that in-ears aren't necessarily the best options for jogging, because when you run your ear canal compresses and expands and it makes a constant thumping noise. It also gets a bit uncomfortable over time. Earbuds don't have the same problem. 

 

I actually got a pair of these to test this theory http://www.sony.com.au/product/mdr-as200

 

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They're very cheap, they very secure, water resistant, and while I don't think they sound amazing they do the job pretty admirably. I had the predecessor of this earbud as well (the old one looks like a kidney) and what is awesome is since the entire earhook wraps around the ears there is virtually no way for it to get dislodged or flop around on the outside of your ears like some earhooks I've found. 

 

Plus, lower noise isolation means you won't get hit by a car or something.

 

Your post actually prompted me to finally open the box and give them a proper listen. They're not going to win awards but I think they sound better than the $19 bucks I paid for them or something like. 

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Hmm, I think I saw them in a Sony Style store or two. But really though, all I want is more earbuds like the EarPods. It works amazingly well IMO.
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I suppose it makes sense that thought is simply "inner speech", but does that necessarily mean it would be understandable to someone else? Or is the mechanism for forming the syntax and phonetics separate from the inner thought itself?
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No explanation necessary. ;)

 

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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

Hmm, I think I saw them in a Sony Style store or two. But really though, all I want is more earbuds like the EarPods. It works amazingly well IMO.

The earpods are NOT made for my ears. They keep falling out, and they hurt me if I push them in hard enough. I once started bleeding when I had decided that they had to fit me. I couple of stiches, a concussion and a few painkillers later I came to the conclusion that they simply would not.

 

I use them though for remote controlling the camera when it's on the gorillapod at a bad place. Works great for that. I've thought of cutting away the earpods themselves as they add bulk to my camera remote.

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Woah, that's kind of extreme. Sorry to hear that, cdc.


Well, maybe it works for 90% of the people. :P
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Yeah, I figured I'd try that "SQ above all" thing some people do here...

post #20918 of 21760
it's almost always comfort >= sq > all for me. if my ears needed stitches, sure as hell I stop using it even if it makes me hear angels and gave me orgasms.
Edited by jgray91 - 2/15/14 at 12:14pm
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Yeah, I figured I'd try that "SQ above all" thing some people do here...
Yeah... comfort has to go hand in hand with sq. That's why my primary cans are Beyers. biggrin.gif
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Yeah, I figured I'd try that "SQ above all" thing some people do here...


I think you'd like the Bose IE2's...................silicone rubber covers of the working part and three different sizes to get a good fit without being jammed in your ear.  I like them for running. 

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OSTRY KC06 quick impressions: somewhere in between a more analytical GR07 and a less damped / more dynamic RE0.

 

Best sound I've heard for $60 in a long time. :smile_phones:

 

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It's a cold day today. Looks like a good day for a  bowl of clam chowder. :D

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White or Red? I prefer New England (white) - and I want it so thick that the spoon will almost stand up by itself. Served with a good piece of sourdough bread - my favorite soup!!

Clams are a magical food. Linguini with clam sauce, fried clams, heck, even clam sushi - the fresher the better.
Edited by billybob_jcv - 2/15/14 at 4:40pm
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I prefer white. Also love it really thick. Crackers go good also. I'm sure sour dough would be real good too. When sizzlers was here they had really good clam chowder. Would just go to the buffet to eat that lol.

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It's a cold day today. Looks like a good day for a  bowl of clam chowder. biggrin.gif

We're having wild boar sausages w/ peppers & onions and a wickedly hot brown mustard. Nom nom nom.
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