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I don't really like those Earphones that come with T9..

They a bit not compatible.. And big, I think.

What do you all use? which one would you recommend to buy?
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Old 01-19-2007, 09:59 PM
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Chrome V-moda vibes at the moment. Match the T9 well and sound superb.
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Old 01-21-2007, 12:05 AM
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During the holidays I received the Bose Triport IE in-ear headphones. They are extremely comfortable and the sound quality is simply amazing. Definitely reccomended.
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During the holidays I received the Bose Triport IE in-ear headphones. They are extremely comfortable and the sound quality is simply amazing. Definitely reccomended.
How much did they cost?

What have you compared them against?

Are they any good at attenuating outside noise, on a bus etc?

I am interested as I have not had a chance to audition them myself yet

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I use a pair of Etymotic Research ER-6. Awesome isolation and great sound quality, but not so cheap
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How much did they cost?

What have you compared them against?

Are they any good at attenuating outside noise, on a bus etc?

I am interested as I have not had a chance to audition them myself yet

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I love the Ety Er6, but i also love my AKG K240S and Grado SR60s are nice too...if you just like casual listening then i reccomend you try the Koss KSC75 or Senn. CX300.

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I don't really like those Earphones that come with T9..

They a bit not compatible.. And big, I think.

What do you all use? which one would you recommend to buy?
Kdar:

I don't know what headphones come with the T9 (and didn't do a search).

There are many many excellent headphone choices. To help you properly it would be nice to know your price range and the style you are looking for.

If you have never tried in-ear headphones (IEMs or canalphones) you might want to splurge on a pair of JVC FX-33 Marshmallows for $20US at Wal-Mart in black or blue usually.

I have a pair of the Marshmallows and they are a definite improvement over previous headphones. And they are Isolating.

I will probably buy V-Moda Vibe ($100US) or JBL Reference 220 ($80 US at Staples) some time this year (probably sooner rather than later). they are non-isolating and in-ear.

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