Will these work on my iPod Touch?

Discussion in 'Audiophiles: Headphones, Earphones, etc.' started by Pandawg, Apr 25, 2009.

  1. Pandawg

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    yes they will
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    Except for headphones with a high impedence and low sensitivity. (Sennheiser HD600)
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    The skullcandies won't work ... *evil
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    Ohhh thanks a lot

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    But someone who says to know nothing about headphones probably wouldn't be looking into that market anyway.

    If you just want some decent headphones, the human hearing range is from 20hz to 20khz, so you don't need anything better, and, you don't need to spend $700+ to be happy with them, a little bit more then simple pair,

    like these:
    http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?productId=8198552921665551086 ($30)

    or maybe these:
    http://ifrogz.com/proddetail.php?prod=EP-MD ($25)

    would be good enough, though you might be looking into over-the-ear headphones...
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    Yet it's good to know that they can actually cover the a broad range of the frequency, so you don't feel it's missing. Also, some people can go to 21KHz or 19Hz. My ears can go to 19Hz I think to 20KHz. Also, there will be companies that will lie about their freq range. And sure they can cover the audible frequency range, but they can lack detail, comfort, soundstage and all these many tiny things that make them perfect.
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    Well a pair of $15 Sony headphones have much better sound quality than some other $60 headphones, so they mustn't be lying about the specs.

    I would buy any headphone from Sony, they are bound to turn up nice.

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