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By abhipati, Senior Member on 22nd June 2012, 06:51 PM
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Hi guys I would to like to purchase good ear phones for HTC one x ( my budget is




update: thanks guys for awesome recommendation


I brought these cheap Philips earphones for 10$ and they work great

and these for home use
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22nd June 2012, 08:33 PM |#2  
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Audéo perfect fit earphones. Think they were 120ish a year or so ago when I bought them. Absolutely love them.

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This is a headphone question, doesnt really have anything to do with your phone.

'Klipsch image s4' are probably the highest recommended headphones i've seen.
Basically every audiophile forum recommends them as a best bang for your buck option.

http://www.amazon.ca/Klipsch-IMAGE-S.../dp/B001V9LPT4


I also recommend disabling beats audio while using them.

You should also try to use flac audio formats or at worst 320kbps mp3's.
flac is compressed but lossless audio, like a digital version of a cd.
if you want to play with flac, you are most likely going to need to buy power amp, for $5.
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Originally Posted by Berserk87

This is a headphone question, doesnt really have anything to do with your phone.

'Klipsch image s4' are probably the highest recommended headphones i've seen.
Basically every audiophile forum recommends them as a best bang for your buck option.

http://www.amazon.ca/Klipsch-IMAGE-S.../dp/B001V9LPT4


I also recommend disabling beats audio while using them.

You should also try to use flac audio formats or at worst 320kbps mp3's.
flac is compressed but lossless audio, like a digital version of a cd.
if you want to play with flac, you are most likely going to need to buy power amp, for $5.

Y would anyone wanna buy headphones that sound better without beats? Thats just dumb man!! Get urself some beats buds. 60.00 bucks on ebay. I love mine!

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Y would anyone wanna buy headphones that sound better without beats? Thats just dumb man!! Get urself some beats buds. 60.00 bucks on ebay. I love mine!

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Uh, because both the Beats eq curve and Beats headphones suck. It's a marketing ploy. Get yourself some Shures, Grados, AKGs, Audio Technicas, or Beyerdynamics and you'll hear what music is supposed to sound like.
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Uh, because both the Beats eq curve and Beats headphones suck. It's a marketing ploy. Get yourself some Shures, Grados, AKGs, Audio Technicas, or Beyerdynamics and you'll hear what music is supposed to sound like.

might i add westone 3's? definitely on the higher end, but they sound superb with or w/o beats processing. i prefer no beats, period.
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i have older klipsch in-ears (no controls) which i really like. but right now my headphones of preference for the 1x are the phiaton ps20 bluetooth semi-in ears. they do have player control and a mike for use with phone calls. i like not having to worry about the headphones plugging into the phone and then accidentally ripping them out of the socket because i forgot i was connected and suddenly got up to do something. the phiatons have actually picked up some pretty decent reviews. might be worth taking a look.
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might i add westone 3's? definitely on the higher end, but they sound superb with or w/o beats processing. i prefer no beats, period.

I haven't had the pleasure of trying out a pair of westones, but I have heard good things about them. I use Shure E5C (dual driver) and se550 (triple driver) IEMs for my out and about listening, love them both.
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This is a headphone question, doesnt really have anything to do with your phone.

'Klipsch image s4' are probably the highest recommended headphones i've seen.
Basically every audiophile forum recommends them as a best bang for your buck option.

These Klipsch are what I use and they are amazing, can't recommend them enough.

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Uh, I'm a DJ and I know what good headphones sound like. I'm using a pair of manufacturer refurbished Diddy Beats that I bought thru Monster for $79.99 and they sound effing Amazing. All the other brands Metal mentioned are hella good too. Just my 2 cents, I figured with Beats Audio software why not try out the headphones of the same brand. Again just my humble opinion. To each his own.

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