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which were decent, but they fucking broke when I was sitting in the airport about to go on holiday. annoying as fuck.
so don't buy them.
Spend the rest on booze.
Well, only the play/pause button and the mic (so not the volume buttons) but that'd still be pretty handy.
I have the 350s. They're great.
There now seems to be no Android functionality in the inline bit on my 450s. They sound good though, which is what matters.
Got £20 of amazon vouchers to use up.
they were £35ish, and i'm really happy with them.
but so far my senny ie7's have been great
my next pair will have replaceable cables though
happy with my Sennheiser CX250s.
I would recommend buying them somewhere proper (got mine instore from Richer Sounds) instead of off amazon or eBay, there's a lot of fake/counterfeit earphones that are really shit quality (i've been stung by this before).
See that Amazon link up there, it says 'Dispatched from and sold by R H A.', so they're sold *through* Amazon not *by* them. I wouldn't trust them not to sell fakes.
A friend of mine bought the same pair of Sennheisers that I've got off one of those sellers and they sound utter shit.
so maybe not the best example
They wouldn't sell fakes of their own product.
Just copy and pasted what it said on Amazon without really reading it.
Still holds true for most Amazon market place sellers though.
might have been a bit rash, bought these:
Can be a risk, but I guess more often than not they're real...
the cable gets so twisted! sounds is good, if a little less bassy than i like, also they dont cut out quite as much noise as my old sennheisers but all in all good buy
I have them. Excellent for everything, quite mid-range focused.
But I've tried all of the supplied ear buds to get the exact fit I wanted. The mid-sized foamy ones seemed the best for me.
Mine seemed very light on bass when I first got them but seemed to get lots better over a month or so.
whats the longest you've kept a pair of earphones for without them breaking?
I don't think i've ever had a pair last more than about 9 months which is why I would never spend that sort of money on them and why I now have these: http://cdn3.digitaltrends.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/rha-sa-850-band.jpg