1. batiepatterson's Avatar
    Well forums you're going to learn something new about me, it's that I'm an audiophile. Yep that's my big secret.

    But on a serious note, there is such a large market for guys like me who enjoy listening to music anywhere and everywhere. Because there's a time and place for every song that's ever been made. But the only problem is some headphones are gimmicks that are over priced and others are underpriced but lack everything.

    So I just made this thread to ask you guys for your opinion on what I should personally get. I've had experience with Bose and Skull Candy. I'd prefer responses or links to highly customizable headphones that have excellent quality (Because I want my headphones to match my One Plus One) but all suggestions are welcome.

    The only problem I see with Bose is that its an extra $50 for one button that has a mic on it but the quality is amazing.

    The problems with skull candy is that its way more affordable but lacks overall quality.

    EDIT: Normal Pricing Please. Nothing over $450 because that's just ridiculous and I'd personally never take it outside.
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    08-12-2017 02:12 AM
  2. Zachary Boddy's Avatar
    Audio-Technica ATH CKX9iS Sonic Fuel in-ear headphones.
    You can find them for under a hundred bucks. They're not the most svelte headphones in the world (they're sports style) but they will most certainly stay in your ear. I never once had issues with these guys. They sound incredible and they're fantastic value. There's definitely better in-ear headphones out there but honestly I haven't found one that can match the quality of these guys for the price (although I'm not the most up-to-date person on the headphones world so maybe there's something newer and shinier and sexier or whatever). The have good punch to the low end but it doesn't drown out everything else. Good detail even in background instruments and great separation for such tiny drivers. I was always really impressed by them. Built in mic and buttons. I used them for predominantly rock but I listened to a little bit of everything on them. From Megadeth to Rush to Icon for Hire to Apocalyptica to Beastie Boys to Faith No More to Five Finger Death Punch to everything in between, these headphones did the job.

    Only two issues: it's a volume slider, not a rocker, so if you're big on changing the volume using your headphones they're not great for that.
    Non-removable cord. If the cord gives out (which is what eventually happened to mine) you can't replace them yourself. I believe they have a pretty decent warranty on them though.
    08-12-2017 03:26 PM
  3. HeyCori's Avatar
    Tech Radar has a very good list of headphones they recommend, reviews for them as well. You should definitely check it out.

    The best earbuds (in-ear headphones) available today | TechRadar

    The last pair of in-ear headphones I bought are the Sony MDRXB50AP/B. A little heavy on the bass but they sound excellent. However, I don't have anything to compare them too.
    08-14-2017 09:15 PM
  4. batiepatterson's Avatar
    I hope you would find some great choices in the below mentioned links :

    7 Best Earbuds [In Ear Headphones] In 2017 Under $100

    Best Wireless Earbuds (Aug. 2017) - Reviews and Buyer's Guide

    they have listed some great choice for the best in ear headphones
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