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    Hey there,

    I want to buy some new earphones to replace my old Apple ones, I was looking at these but I was wondering whether anyone could recommend me any, my price range is <£40.

    Thanks
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    I'd recommend any of the Urbanears ones.
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    Can't go far wrong with Sennheiser in my experience. Perhaps these?

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sennheiser-E...4098334&sr=1-1
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    (Original post by Lorem Ipsum)
    Hey there,

    I want to buy some new earphones to replace my old Apple ones, I was looking at these but I was wondering whether anyone could recommend me any, my price range is <£40.

    Thanks
    klipsch s3
    Personally bought a pair recently

    or go for Sienhesiers CX300 II though they are around £35 at the moment.
    or Dnon ach360

    or these

    http://www.play.com/Electronics/Elec...s/Product.html

    klipsch s4 which I highly recommend you can if check multiple reviews these are excellent.
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    Thanks all!

    I think I'll go for the Denon AH-C360, they look very good from the reviews I've seen .
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    (Original post by Lorem Ipsum)
    Thanks all!

    I think I'll go for the Denon AH-C360, they look very good from the reviews I've seen .
    From what I can tell, for £40 you can do a lot better. What music do you listen to, and are you specifically after in-ear headphones?
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    I'd go for House Of Marley. relatively unknown brand, but i've had the People Get Ready pair, can get them for £20 at HMV atm. I wouldn't ever buy another pair. ever.
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    SoundMagic should be quite good at that price point - Sennheiser CX300's can be got for less than £20 if you're careful when buying

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