Omg I have these They're my staple diet headphones!!firefly_86 wrote:I always go with in-ear phones although I guess it can't be advisable to use them when you basically have to plug them into your brain.
I used some JVC marshmallow in-ear phones:
but the memory-foam caps kept coming off INSIDE my ears! So dangerous! I've noticed no-one sells them anymore either...
So I bought some of the rubber cap ones:
which were great, but then eventually one ear stopped working. Then I tired some skull candy ones but one ear stopped working after like a month, which is a bit of a joke.
So I replaced them with some Sony ones that cost me £15 from Argos but I'm not mad on the sound; the volume just isn't very loud on them. So now I'm using the ones that came with my new ipod but they're not terribly comfortable.
If you can you should always buy a replacement product cover with them, it costs in the region of £3-5 depending on how expensive your headphones are and just means they replace them when an ear stops working.
'Squidging up in your ear' That's the perfect way to describe them. They feel so cheap as well... it makes me uncomfortable just thinking about the few times I've had the misfortune to wear them.urbanmusik wrote:Me! The feeling of them squidging up in your ear is disgusting. They always sit horribly!theberen wrote:Anyone with me on the feeling that in-ear headphones feel disgusting?
I'm wondering too, it must be bad for ears but there is almost only this kind of earphone now but I continues buying no in-ear phones, like that:sambo9 wrote:Aren't those in-ear ones supposed to be really bad for your hearing?
I feel guilty just listening to music on 75% volume for a few minutes with regular earphones.
I know its really annoying. Thats why I went on to using headphones cause they are the most comfortable.Niko45 wrote:Why the hell they don't sell classic earphones anymore????
In shops, I see only in-ear earphones...
Just some classic ones but they cost €10 and the sound is bad!
I get nauseous + a headache, that's why I don't use them anymoretheberen wrote:Anyone with me on the feeling that in-ear headphones feel disgusting?
Yes, I'm tried too and I heard the plastic noise on my ears because when I'm walking, my earphones move...mimifan09 wrote:They just keep falling out of my ears.
Yeah that was my problem aswell. Head phones are brilliant. I was never a fan of them but I adore my beats. Once you listen to music on beats you will literally never listen to music on anything else again!!!Niko45 wrote:Yes, I'm tried too and I heard the plastic noise on my ears because when I'm walking, my earphones move...mimifan09 wrote:They just keep falling out of my ears.
And I don't like to have something inside my ears!
So maybe I will try headphones too...
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