jai at jaiharrison.com
Mon Sep 8 16:44:23 BST 2008
I had a look at Amazon for the pmx but they're not in-ear type of
earphones that I'm after. (Did you mean to say that they have a
neckband?) I had a look at their earphones range and they seem to
have reviews that suggest the sound quality is awful (one suggests a
constant electrical hum comes through them).
I don't really know what to think about these ones:
They are £17 and are being sold by a preferred merchant (another word
for amazon market place? I hear they're selling poor copies on there).
I consider them pretty expensive but would be willing to pay that if
they're a good pair. I'm not sure where to buy them from though or
whether it's safe to buy them from the Amazon
merchant/reseller/whatever they suggest. All I really want is a good
pair of earphones so that I can listen to music and use my computer's
sound whilst others sleep again yet it seems so difficult.
On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 4:08 PM, DarkOtter <hello at darkotter.com> wrote:
> Well, I'm no expert on earphones or sound quality etc., and I'm sure you've
> heard this before but,
> If you're prepared to spend about £20 the sennheiser PMX100s (or the other ones,
> the pmx are the ceckband which I prefer) are very good. Quite sturdy generally,
> and (to me) they seem to have very good sound quality.
> Other than that, before I got the sennheiser ones I used a spare pair of archos
> headphones that came with someone's mp3 player for about 2 years, and they
> weren't half bad :P.
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