What headphones or earphones?

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    Which do you have and what type?

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    I use Skull Candy platenum ear buds. They sound great and were only $40. Good for the gym and other activities as they stay in your ear much better than the apple ones.
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    I use Shure earbuds (about $125 several years ago) and Bose over-the-ear headphones (about $150) with a sort of air pocket for your ears, because my ears are small and earbuds hurt after a while. But most often, I use my Jambox Bluetooth speakers ($140-$200, depending on where you buy and on sales prices now and then). I have two Jamboxes that I use interchangeably, so that I always have one charged. Love those speakers -- lightweight, compact, good sound and battery life, nice design, good interface.
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    Hello,
    Well i use Skull , its good and me like it,
    Do you also?
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    Love skull candy
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    Bose and you'll never look back.
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    I used my Dr. Dre. Beats Studio Pro, the outcome of the music is very nice even if it is too loud you will not feel any ache from your ear. Though it is expensive, but I can say that it is really worth the price.
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    How's the battery life of the Jambox? I played around with it at Best Buy and was pretty impressed with the sound that came out of such a little speaker box.

    As for headphones, I use Klipsch S4 in ears that I've owned for a couple of years, and just last week bought a pair of Sol Republic Tracks HD to go with my new iPad 3. I have to say, hands down the Tracks HD is the best set of cans I've ever owned in terms of sound quality and comfort. I also own a pair of Beats Studio that I got for my birthday last year. While it sounds decent, I can't wear it for more than an hour without discomfort. Out of the box, the Tracks HD sounds much better than the Beats: Deep bass while providing impressive clarity in the mids and highs. Vocals, especially females come through vividly. They sound even better after burning em in. I listen to a wide range of music and find that the Tracks are best suited for Pop, Hip Hop, Rap, Rock, and Heavy Metal. They're decent for Jazz (although saxophones sound AMAZING on this), ballads and acoustic jams, but just ok for A Cappella.
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    I also have a Jawbone Jambox and it's great
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    Ten hours on a full charge.
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    Nice pair of iem's :)
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