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Best Sounding "Disposable" Earbuds?

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I'm curious about opinions on this.  The reason I ask is I want something dirt cheap that I wrap around a sansa clip and throw in my pocket.  And, if they happen to break it's not that big of a deal.   I have a pair cx200 already but, wondering if I can do better on this front.  Or maybe who has the best warranty of the big guys?   I think it would be really nice to have a pair of iems that I could throw in my pocket without any form of protection whatsoever.  


Edited by mamamia88 - 5/28/14 at 12:36pm
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My recommendation....philips she3590 for $9 which I use with my Sansa Clip + running the Rockbox firmware. Great isolation, great bass and with the settings tweaked using the rockbox firmware and 25 hours of burn in; it's a real bargain. I've found they sound better with comply foams.
Edited by callanish - 5/28/14 at 1:46pm
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bookmarked for next time i need amazon filler thanks

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Well I just stumbled upon this deal.  http://www.miccastore.com/open-box-soundmagic-e10-noise-isolating-inear-headphones-p-104.html  At 1/3 the price it's a pretty big no brainer

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Nice find! Yeah, I wouldn't pass that one up. Think I'll get a pair myself. Thanks,
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