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For "Floor-Score", I can live

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Pros: Didn't pay for them, But they're cheap. Not bad considering 10 dollar price. Not yet noticed tumor like growths in my ear or brain tissue.

Cons: Muddy and sharp, all at once, weak feeling, poor isolation

My fiance found a pair of these on the ground on campus the other day... I was reluctant to even put them in, as after browsing here and falling into a deep lust with Sennheiser products like my HD595's while appreciating what 20 or 30 bucks can get you in the IEM department (once you take a few minutes to equalize) such as my Fiance's CX-475's, as well as hearing a pair of skullcandy's once before for the ten total seconds I could bear it, I was pretty damn convinced this brand would give me ear/brain cancer.  I had her guinea-pig them for me first, and before I let her hit play, I turned away from her and wrote a short list of all the shortcomings I predicted just...
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Cowon O2

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Pros: BATTERY LIFE! Sound Quality, Media support ( just about Every audio/video codec imaginable), expandable, speakers

Cons: UI, a bit bulky, apparently very fragile screen

I bought this player a few years ago, and wish I still had it... This player sparked my interest into higher quality music, and I absolutely loved it.   There are a few different options on the O2 for storage space, 32 gigs being the biggest, but all are expandable via an SD card slot.  The audio quality was great, I had it paired up with a then new pair of Sennheiser HD485's  and the battery lasted AGES. Well over a hundred hours of music, and something like 8-10 hours of video. The player supports just about any format you can think of for both audio and video. No encoding needed, just plug it in to the computer, and drop the files right on in. The player had...
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