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eware 
25/7/08 10:10:49 PM
Overlord

hi all,

can anyone recommend headphones that will work with a 4gb ipod nano (latest model)

i always have problems with earbuds style headphones. my ears must be a wierd shape or something coz they keep falling out. and now that i have started running it is REALLY annoying.

suggestions for something that will stay in / on my ears and not weigh my head down when running?

cheers

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battlefield_gir 
26/7/08 11:13:52 AM
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have you tried the sure ear canal?
They are pretty secure, but i think you will have trouble wit most of them.

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Girvo 
26/7/08 11:33:26 PM
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Any 3.5mm headphones will be compatible.

Running is annoying, you'll possibly need canal-phones, or the "over the ear" style ones for it.

I don't own canalphones, but a pair of Seinhausser CX300's. They're in-ear, and are secure enough for my jogging. They also sound brilliant.

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bluey_02 
27/7/08 1:30:18 AM
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A great budget pair of headphones are the koss ksc-75. They are clip ons and you can bend the metal clips to fit your ear shape. They can be found off ebay for about $15. I own a pair and they sound great.

Then there's Shure in-ear monitors. These are ear buds BUT you loop the wire around your earlobe and the bud fits into your ear using the myriad of tips supplied. These are more expensive but they do block out sound are very high quality.

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eware 
27/7/08 10:46:40 AM
Overlord

thanks guys!

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battlefield_gir 
29/7/08 7:15:09 PM
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Quote by bluey_02
A great budget pair of headphones are the koss ksc-75. They are clip ons and you can bend the metal clips to fit your ear shape. They can be found off ebay for about $15. I own a pair and they sound great.

Then there's Shure in-ear monitors. These are ear buds BUT you loop the wire around your earlobe and the bud fits into your ear using the myriad of tips supplied. These are more expensive but they do block out sound are very high quality.



koss is king , i own their top of the range ( not electrostatic) headphones.

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lunchbox1988 
7/8/08 10:26:06 PM
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Just picked up a set of sennheiser HD555s and a iRiver 1008, will be using them tomorrow, should be good.

Iriver 1008 - http://www.iriver.com.au/iriver/index.cfm?pageID=2&sID=1&prodID=23&mid=41&

Sennheiser HD555 - http://www.sennheiser.com/sennheiser/home_en.nsf/product.html?ReadForm&path=private_headphone

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8/8/08 4:52:12 AM
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Motorola make a bluetooth set that look okay, but I havn't heard anything about them, but I love wireless headphones, once you go without a cable you won't go back.

I use the bluant ones, they work well, although the batteries got a little loose, but I fixed that by putting cotton wool in behind them

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