I jog about 15 miles a week and use Sennheiser PX100-11i headphones...These sound fantastic and are very comfortable...They are the open type so blasting them at the gym might not be a good idea...You'll want a closed system or IEM if you don't want to disturb others.
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Not sure if you've found that earbud you're looking for, but first off do you mind if I ask what kind of player you use when workout? I have done a review of the lamichael james sig series yurbuds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOBRwPfrhg0
I couldn't disagree with the tinyman392 more about the sound of the Yurbuds. They are aggressive and in your face, but when working out, that's generally a good thing. I think maybe people expect too much out of a workout headphone. If you're like me, youre not really looking for incredible sonic detail while your putting in road miles or pounding out the weights in the gym.
The Yurbuds offer stronger bass. The Sig Series offers a bit less than the Red Cabled Ironman Series and more than the Limited Edition.
If you like aggressive music when working out, I would not recommend the Bose SIE2i. They are a little more laid back IMO and don't get my blood flowing.
I might also recommend the Sennheiser PX685i. I have a review coming on my youtube channel of those soon. They are an interesting workout headphone and with the foamie covers on them, I they they are quite a decent sounding workout headphone. VERY light on your head.
Or, if you need audiophile grade running earbuds, get the Sennheiser MX985 and hook them onto the http://www.amazon.com/Innovelis-BudFits-earbuds-Vanilla-compatible/dp/B0019S4YDG/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1371210518&sr=8-6&keywords=earbud+holders. =). Happy running!
Edited by nonsupremous - 6/14/13 at 5:00am