Discussion in 'Audiophiles: Headphones, Earphones, etc.' started by lukeluke10702, Dec 7, 2008.
Are they good?
what is this company called apple?
No I do not. I am not a sound quality freak, so almost all reasonable earphones suit me. I am just going to stick with the normal ones that come with your iPod. The only reason I would see to upgrade is the microphone, but they don't need to be in-ear. I think I will pass on these spendy earphones.
are you kidding?
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Saw them, they really don't look comfortable :x
Umm, on the website, it says they ship in 2-3 weeks... So yeah, there is not a lot of chance.
£50 is to be honest, quite cheap. There are £100+ headphones which are generally a lot better quality.
I was going to buy them but then found out that the volume switches on the cable don't work on the iPod 2G or iPhone because they already have volume controls on the actual device. DAMN YOU APPLE
Mine just showed up, I'd ordered them when they first became available...
Tried them on my 2nd gen 16GB touch, and I am completely underwhelmed. I tried all three sets of tips, and none of them seem to fit right. Sounds like the entire bottom end is missing. Only when I keep pressure on them with my fingers do I get any bass at all, and even then the sound doesn't compare to the original earbuds that came /w my ipod.
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