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Need something that will stay in. Price is variable: if they will last and not bust while being sweat on and possibly dropped, I will pay up to 200$, maybe a bit more (keep in mind that that max includes used headphones that drop to that.) Still want good sound quality, but more focus on not busting. I found the W4's by westone. Any other good models, suggestions? Thanks!

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Have been using Shure SE535 in the gym for a year now, very happy with them. They are not suitable for jogging though , I don't jog so doesn't bother me. You can look at SE425 or SE315 also.

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Sweat resistant?

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If sound quality isn't the TOP most wanted feature and don't mind Bluetooth I would suggest the Jaybird Bluebud X which are great for working out and the sound quality is good for what it is. I like the sound quality personally and they do have a lifetime warranty against sweat

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Originally Posted by punit View Post
 

Have been using Shure SE535 in the gym for a year now, very happy with them. They are not suitable for jogging though , I don't jog so doesn't bother me. You can look at SE425 or SE315 also.

 

Eh I tried a pair of Shure SE215 and I am not fond of the heavy cables of the earphones but did love the sound

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Originally Posted by tacgunner1 View Post
 

Sweat resistant?

Yes & built quite tough unlike the older SE 530 series which were quite delicate.

 

Edit :

Thought I'd specify that I have the SE535 LTD Red edition. As far as I know the build quality on these & standard SE535 is the same.


Edited by punit - 10/4/13 at 3:27am
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