need to be noise reducing so i can't hear any screaming children on the bus.
thank you very much
but just recommend me the cheapest ones possible that won't break
£30 (£40 with a built in remote). Very good value and compatible with Comply foam buds which is handy.
they do a cheaper pair for £15 but I've not tried them.
and within 2 days I'd received an upgraded (!) replacement, without even sending the broken ones off. 3 year warranty! And they block out noise really well - often have no idea that someone in the office is trying to get my attention, which is nice.
Some people have an issue with the 'rustling' caused by the cables as they're coated but I don't notice this at all anymore, only if you actively listen out for it. Plus apparently if you loop the cable round your ear it cancels this out anyway.
Excellent headphones - anyone who disagrees probably has some of the many fakes that are around. The Amazon ones are genuine though, got some the other day.
and can be got cheaply.
I've heard the 630s have better bass - mine sound amazing.
For a tenner though, you absolutely can't go wrong, they're incredible value...
but they sound good to me. I've had both over the years but get 830's now, can't remeber what different in sound but my logic was more expensive = better built and I think they are more robust. Like all those kind of earphones if they get used a lot they can cut out so I wanted tough ones, but when others broke I got Creative to send me new ones (if within a year).
They are great.
But they have five different sized in-ear plugs. Seems to work okay for me.
but come the fuck on, can't have been too many weeks since this was last done and it's not as if the market has changed that much
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you're a sadist
Like the Sennheiser CX400 IIs (which I had previously), they're not noise reducing but the different sized earbuds do it for most circumstances (not even too bad on aircraft!).
The E10s have better sound than the CX400 IIs (to me).
cos I love them
shut up about the price.
shure ones especially are really flimsy. shame they sound so good.
that said, they're doing a pretty good job of gold plating themselves at the moment...
and those gold Sure ones. 100% classy.
I don't know who that is
is that why she likes so much gold?
don't be daft