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Sennheiser IE80 For SPORT?!

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
I'm a crazy Audiophile person and do alot of workout at the Gym, Runing (not kind of sweaty guy).
I Whant to get pair of IE80. But im worry about durability and metirials quality that wouldnt brake!
PLEASE guys let me know about your thoughts..
Regards
post #2 of 10
Thread Starter 
Guys, Respond please..
post #3 of 10

You should learn to be patient...wait for 1-2 days for someone to respond, you've only posted for 2 hours and expect someone to respond?

 

Anyway, I won't use IE80 for sport as it is vented, so there is a risk sweat will get into the IEM, get something like Shure S215 or even something like Meelec S6 which are specifically built for sport

post #4 of 10
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by djvkool View Post

You should learn to be patient...wait for 1-2 days for someone to respond, you've only posted for 2 hours and expect someone to respond?

Anyway, I won't use IE80 for sport as it is vented, so there is a risk sweat will get into the IEM, get something like Shure S215 or even something like Meelec S6 which are specifically built for sport

Sorry, You're right man. Thank you for your respond wink.gif
Glad to know other opinions about IE80 for Sport
post #5 of 10

ie80 dont isolate very well

post #6 of 10
They don't isolate as well as some others because of the vent, but by the same token, the port eliminates any sensation of pressure in your ears and avoids having your footfalls pound in your head. Lesser isolation also helps avoid getting clipped if you are running in the road.

I actually enjoyed running with my IE8's but felt like I was getting too much sweat on them. After trying numerous options, Koss ksc75s are my exercise headphones of choice.
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 

The IE80 durability will stiff enough against for example at the gym workout , The cable does not tear..?!

 
How well the materials of IE80 ARE...
post #8 of 10

The cable is quite durable, but if need be, you can obtain a plug and play replacement cable directly from Sennheiser.

post #9 of 10

it is good for sport, at least i tried and work well.

provided you are applying the correct wearing method.

post #10 of 10

I did use it for sport(running) with comply T-500, fairly good

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