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Solid earbuds recommendations

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

Hi guy,

 

I want to buy a pair of earbuds with a build in mic for my ipod touch. Also, i want them to be very solid like the hd 25 II cable of sennheiser because i can broke them very quickly ... My budget is 100$ to 110 $ maximum and i listen mostly to metal and rock...

 

Also, i live in canada so it harder to get some earbuds at good price or just some earbuds ....

 

Thanks

post #2 of 8

shure se215 or klipsh s4i. both are increbidly durable but the 215s have more bass

post #3 of 8

Hmm... 

 

I'd recommend the RHA MA750i's. They are $130, but they are worth it. They are made for apple product's, which is good for you. They also have a nice, durable, thick wire. They have good bass, which is necessary for genre's like metal and rock. I really think it's worth the extra $20 stretch. They are literally perfect for you.

 

If you cannot stretch your budget at all, the Shure SE215's should be your next choice. 

post #4 of 8

i have never heard of that brand before. do they make high end cans?

post #5 of 8

also please reply to my thread

post #6 of 8
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Originally Posted by threedaysgrace View Post
 

i have never heard of that brand before. do they make high end cans?

 

They are a relatively new headphone brand. They began in 2011 I believe. They only make IEM's, the 750's being the top of the line. They are very good.

 

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also please reply to my thread

 

What thread?

post #7 of 8

bowers and wilkins head to head with other headphones

post #8 of 8
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Originally Posted by halfinfinity View Post
 

Hmm...

 

I'd recommend the RHA MA750i's. They are $130, but they are worth it. They are made for apple product's, which is good for you. They also have a nice, durable, thick wire. They have good bass, which is necessary for genre's like metal and rock. I really think it's worth the extra $20 stretch. They are literally perfect for you.

 

If you cannot stretch your budget at all, the Shure SE215's should be your next choice.

Ah never heard about the rha and i think this will be one of my next but i think i will wait abit until the price drop.

 

What's the big difference between shure (it me or no pair of them have a build in mic ?)and rha ?

 

Also, which one have a sound quality like hd-25 II because the my headphone for now. (i know at this price probably hard to get as good as hd-25 but something near it)

 

Thanks for the help

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