Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by HowardsPrenup, May 14, 2016.
I'm looking to buy a good pair, $100-$150 range. Any suggestions?
These are great for ear buds.
I have these Sony MDR1 BT
and these. Jaybird X2
The Jaybird X2 are good but the Sonys are excellent
The Sony's batteries probably last 10 times as long and the sound is way better.
Both are much better than any Beats I have which appear to be a bit crap unless you only want to listen to "urban" music.
Those are literally exactly what the op did not want... Lol they're ALL WIRE and earbuds are not earphones...
...GREAT observational skills, YOUNG MAN.
+1 for jaybirds. Using them right now
I like the sony's. Always preferred earbuds but. Bought beats earbuds and went through 2 replacement pairs in two yrs. Think the over ear design is better and has the large outter plastic shell with the fucking FRAGILE WIRES inside the casing
If you're looking for a cheap set of BT headphones to use while doing yard work or working out, I highly recommend these:
Anker SoundBuds In-Ear Sport Earbuds, Magnetic Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with 8-Hour Playtime and CVC 6.0 Noise Cancellation, IPX4 Sweatproof for Running, Workout, Gym - Sports Earphones with Mic
They are 26$. Yes, 26$ - and they are solid as a rock and hold a charge for a very long time. The sound is much better than your would expect from cheap phones.
Now I'm 50/50 on over-ear or earbuds
Almost bought Beats wireless earbuds until guy at HH said they had no bass and sucked. I'll definitely take these into consideration with the sony and jaybird
How long do the latest non-expensive wireless earphones last? I already hate bothering with charging my MP3 player. I don't want a big hassle with constantly having to recharge wireless earphones.
I will never buy another set of headphones... Logitech G930...up to 10 hours battery life, very comfortable, & sound great for the price
I think its a trade off. Wires wear out or go wireless and deal with charging
by far the best quality, i forget the model number of the ones i am wearing now,but even if you don`t want to use them as headphones you can just sit them on the desk and crank up the volume, will still sound as crisp and clean as a good set of speakers.
The RS165 are the ones i have. http://en-uk.sennheiser.com/rs-165
them and some rechargeable batteries and you will be sorted.