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[Q] Wired Headphones

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8th March 2012, 02:01 AM   |  #11  
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Try beats audio earphone and they are preety awesome plus have different earbuds suitable for your ears too...

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Try dr.dre beats headphones they are awesome dude, top quality for sound. Best ear product in the market.
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I use a set of Jabra Sport corded earphones with my Mozart.

It only gives play/pause and voice control though (all in one button). It has it's own volume slider that is independent from the phone.

I'm very happy with the audio and build quality of them, but not quite all the features you want.

The fit is one of the best I've ever had, no ear fatigue and they actually stay on when running, or hanging upside down, they went for a swim and survived as well.

I occasionally use them with a Sony MW600 BT thingy, it gives the music change functions, but adds another independent volume control.
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