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I am looking for some good headphones because my cheap in ears have broken. Again. I heard skullcandy's are good. I found both of them for 28 dollars and 32 dollars on overstock.com. Which one should I get? Opinions?
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I would have to say if you are looking for a 'good' pair of earbuds, I'd recommend the SHURE brand... SE 110's are what I use and they are fantastic.

I bought mine from Best Buy in Canada for $80. I really wouldn't recommend paying any less for earbuds, as they are the most important part of you listening experience.

When I used mine for the first time, I was hearing subtle things in the tracks that I have never heard before. I think Gizmodo did a piece on them, and a few other audiophile websites rank them as the best 'bargain' earbuds that you're not paying out your nose for.

Hope that helps!
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+2 for Shures. I love mine and I bought the mic/button adapter to use with the iPhone.

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