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11th September 2014, 05:25 PM |#11  
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I'm considering getting these when they launch.

http://www.bragi.com/
 
 
11th September 2014, 06:15 PM |#12  
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I'm considering getting these when they launch.

http://www.bragi.com/

Those look awesome!

I'd be terrified about losing them though, as earpods have a habit of falling out of my ears. (My earcanal is really small so none of them fit as they're meant to. These things are always designed for big (male) ears!)
12th September 2014, 03:26 AM |#13  
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One would hope that having a women demo the product, would mean that the smaller sleeves would be more accommodating to small ear canals. They sell a cable/leash that would help keep you from possibly losing them accidentally. Unfortunately, they are not cheap and do not come included with the dash. I guess that's part of the figurative and literal price we pay for being early adopters of high tech
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7th November 2014, 04:58 AM |#14  
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Grabbed a pair LG Infiniums from Verizon today on sale. Nice BT speakers.
6th April 2015, 07:38 AM |#15  
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Here's what I did with my Shure ear buds, got some radienz diy ear plug kits off Amazon
https://instagram.com/p/037ktqpWp8/

They are amazing, I can be running on the treadmill in a noisy gym and not much gets in and so you use less volume
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Here's what I did with my Shure ear buds, got some radienz diy ear plug kits off Amazon
https://instagram.com/p/037ktqpWp8/

They are amazing, I can be running on the treadmill in a noisy gym and not much gets in and so you use less volume

Whoa, haven't seen those buggers in a long time..

Those are the exact same things I got from the otolaryngologist at the hospital to avoid getting water in my ears for almost a decade. I had tympanostomy tubes from age 2 till 11. God I hated those things...
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Whoa, haven't seen those buggers in a long time..

Those are the exact same things I got from the otolaryngologist at the hospital to avoid getting water in my ears for almost a decade. I had tympanostomy tubes from age 2 till 11. God I hated those things...

Ya I had tubes a bunch when I was little, these are comfy though and serve to isolate you from noise very well and only hear music. Noise cancelation makes my ears hurt and does weird things to me. All the ultra high end ear buds require custom molds for good reason.
5th May 2015, 10:42 AM |#18  
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Hi Y'all.

At the moment I'm using B&O H8.
Extremely satisfied with wearing comfort, sound quality and control interface.
They're an on-ear model and as such noise cancellation is so-so.
At your intended use they'd do nicely but maybe you prefer in-ear.
Personally I can't stand having anything in my ear canal. But that's just me.
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6th May 2015, 08:11 AM |#19  
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I currently use Sol Tracks.
They were just under $100, and are some of the best midrange headphones I've ever had.

They are on ear, but work almost as good as over ear ones. Great sound quality and nice bass.
And the on cord volume control/microphone also makes it great for VoIP or phone use!
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