noise isolating earphones/IEMs
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So the thing is I work in a factory and there is a lot of noise. You have to wear some ear protectors or else you will become deaf.
I want to buy a pair of earphones that would help me get through this boredom.. what would you recommend for something like 50-70$?
 
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If you can stretch your budget a little bit, you can grab these through Amazon. Pretty good deal! I got one myself.
http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-982-000079-6000-Headphones-Discontinued/dp/B0094S36RI
 
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I believe they are good but i meant in-ear earphones. It is pretty hot here in the summer. Thanks though.
 
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If you can stretch an extra $30 or so, then either a shure 215 (dynamic, bassy sound) or a westone um1 should do you nicely. The Westone is a single ba driver so won't have the bass of the shure. However the westone with either the blue or red tip trufit included in the pack should do very nicely isolation wise.

Failing that Shure have released a new budget se112 model that is available for $49.00 Claims around 37 db noise reduction.

I sympathise, until recently I was in a similar situation.
 
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Thanks! 
Is the isolation of the se215`s  better then the Meelctronics m6s? My friend has these so i can compare.
 
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I have no idea, never heard Meelectronics stuff.  The m6 should be relatively cheap so if you don't like it it won't be the worst thing in the world!
 
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