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ntate88
09-25-2009, 01:07 PM
I just swapped my ****ty ipod headphones for these badboys, the sennheiser pmx80 sport heaphones:

sennheiserusa.com/private_headphones_sport-line_502542

These headphones are sick for long distance runs and sprints they stay tight to your head. i can even run them under a tap to clean them because its 100% sweatproof and waterproof. They even have reflectors around the ear for night runs.

I was sick and tired of ****ty headphones falling out on my runs or putting a sweatband or a hat on to hold them in place which never did properly.

CHECK EM OUT!!! PEACE

JayCoe
09-25-2009, 03:12 PM
Seeing the title, yeah I was about to write go for some sennheisers. I just went for the CX500's, amazing earphones, because they go in the ear and you choose the bud size they stick in perfect. Only technical worry is they block out all sound which to me is awesome but some people might feel a bit uncomfortable, just look both ways when you cross a road and it's a done deal.

If you go for something like the CX500, NEVER buy them from a store. In store they're 40, I bought mine on ebay for 10. They were real and in full packaging.

mannyman
09-25-2009, 08:46 PM
I just swapped my ****ty ipod headphones for these badboys, the sennheiser pmx80 sport heaphones:

sennheiserusa.com/private_headphones_sport-line_502542

These headphones are sick for long distance runs and sprints they stay tight to your head. i can even run them under a tap to clean them because its 100% sweatproof and waterproof. They even have reflectors around the ear for night runs.

I was sick and tired of ****ty headphones falling out on my runs or putting a sweatband or a hat on to hold them in place which never did properly.

CHECK EM OUT!!! PEACE

cheerz mate - this is a big problem for anyone that runs. I got that pissed the other day i ended up ripping my ear phones in half lol. these should help.

Alexandros
09-25-2009, 11:42 PM
dat pretty uncomfortable why not just use earphones.

Verstyle
09-25-2009, 11:46 PM
http://www.koss.com/koss/kossweb.nsf/05prodsbymodel/KEB24g/$FILE/KEB24g_tn.jpg?OpenElement These work pretty good since they sink inside your ear and expand. I use these when I run. I'm a very heavy sweater.

Spartacus Sully
09-26-2009, 05:32 AM
sennheiser are the best brand in my opinion i like the buds for running

http://www.sennheiserusa.com/media/productImages/introImages/CX380_Intro.png

though personally id really like to get the hd-800

http://www.sennheiserusa.com/media/productImages/introImages/HD800_Intro.png

Magician
09-26-2009, 07:02 PM
HD 800 is like my dream!

But I got the IE7's. Pretty nice, they are durable, won't break. But they're expensive and don't fit on your ear the best.

Mr Boxing9
09-26-2009, 07:05 PM
Running with headphones on is dangerous, espcially if your crossing roads..........

Bobby Shaw
09-26-2009, 07:07 PM
How good is BOSE compared to sennheiser?

We want Floyd
09-26-2009, 07:12 PM
http://www.koss.com/koss/kossweb.nsf/05prodsbymodel/KEB24g/$FILE/KEB24g_tn.jpg?OpenElement These work pretty good since they sink inside your ear and expand. I use these when I run. I'm a very heavy sweater.What brand and model is that.

I sweat alot too. The funny thing with me is though, no matter which type of headphones I use, it always falls out of my right ear. I finally realized why, my right ear isn't shaped the same way as my left ear is, not the outerpart of the ear but more inner, you'd really have to stare at it to see, I don't know it's just odd, lol.

Magician
09-26-2009, 07:20 PM
Bose is a pretty high brand, a pretty high brands that's expensive!

I'm a member of head-hifi org or whatever the name is, they got some trill **** down there, ya know wut i mean

i mean, wut im tryn say is dough

motha****a here http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f103/
ask ur questions or press the search button for the best sports in earphone, they experts on dis ****, they know which ones will fill which ones wont break which ones have the best sound, yeah.
I mean I'd do it for you, but i got other things to do, ya know, i aint your ho

Bobby Shaw
09-26-2009, 07:44 PM
Bose is a pretty high brand, a pretty high brands that's expensive!

I'm a member of head-hifi org or whatever the name is, they got some trill **** down there, ya know wut i mean

i mean, wut im tryn say is dough

motha****a here http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f103/
ask ur questions or press the search button for the best sports in earphone, they experts on dis ****, they know which ones will fill which ones wont break which ones have the best sound, yeah.
I mean I'd do it for you, but i got other things to do, ya know, i aint your ho
Thanks for the link boss

Spartacus Sully
09-26-2009, 07:47 PM
HD 800 is like my dream!

But I got the IE7's. Pretty nice, they are durable, won't break. But they're expensive and don't fit on your ear the best.

I got a pair of hd-580 that i got like 10 years ago a few years back the right ear yolk broke so earlier this year i finially decided to call up senheiser and asked for priceing on a new right ear yolk they ended up sending me out a new arcoss the top of the head part with 2 new yolks for free the guy said they have some kind of life time wartanty as long as you dont need to send them in for repair there really nice head phone definately need some kind of amp but they sound excelent especially clasical stuff