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Default Q anyone carrying a good 3 button headset alternative to stock?

If so do all buttons work on g2. Would you recommend it or a different headset?

my stock ones gotten wet and sound tincanny, otherwise I would not be looking for a replacement.

Speaking of which, anyone has compared with stock ones?

edit Q was originally for klipsch, I misread it has one button.
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If so do all buttons work on g2. Would you recommend it or a different headset?

my stock ones gotten wet and sound tincanny, otherwise I would not be looking for a replacement.

Speaking of which, anyone has compared with stock ones?

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I have the klipsch s4a ii. There is only one button on the headphones... One click play/pause. Two: skip. Three: back.

I would recommend them highly. I've used the s4 ii, s4a, and the s4a ii, and they are all good.

I really don't think you can go wrong with any similar headsets in the same price range. There is a huge selection of very good headsets on the market.

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anyone know of a good three button alternative?
 
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I still use the UR beats that came with my HTC One X a while back.

The remote works like this:
- fwd/bwd buttons >>> volume up/down
- Center button in combination with Head Set button controller > start/stop, next/previous title
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