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Best earphones/headphones for under £15? watch

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    Any recommendations?

    Preferably earphones, with the kind of spongey stuff not the plastic ear buds
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    for what use?
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    Sennheiser CX300 II are a good all-rounder and can be found for about £15 on Amazon. Well worth it and an absolute bargain for the money IMO.
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    Sennheiser CX300 or the CX300 II - they're both brilliant, and yet insanely cheap.
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    JVC Gumy headphones! They're about £9.99 from HMV or can probably be bought online. I've had my pink ones for over 2 years now and they're still going strong with not a crackle in the sound really good sound quality too. x
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    :ahee: SKULLCANDAAAAAYYYY
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    (Original post by pinda.college)
    :ahee: SKULLCANDAAAAAYYYY
    .....are you serious?
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    (Original post by omicronlyrae)
    .....are you serious?
    Sorry, I thought :ahee: would imply that I was infact not being serious:confused:
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    (Original post by Lazylisa)
    JVC Gumy headphones! They're about £9.99 from HMV or can probably be bought online. I've had my pink ones for over 2 years now and they're still going strong with not a crackle in the sound really good sound quality too. x
    I have the pink ones too, only bought them because they were pink which is clearly much better than any of headphone colour.
    I've have about 4 pairs in the space of about 6 months (only one pair broke, and that was because I left them on the floor and put my chair on top, the others I lost )

    But yeah, they're pretty good for a tenner (and....pink )
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    These are great, just £10 atm too!

    http://hmv.com/hmvweb/displayProduct...;-1&sku=897600
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    (Original post by salty_candy)
    I have the pink ones too, only bought them because they were pink which is clearly much better than any of headphone colour.
    I've have about 4 pairs in the space of about 6 months (only one pair broke, and that was because I left them on the floor and put my chair on top, the others I lost )

    But yeah, they're pretty good for a tenner (and....pink )
    Damn right pink is the best coloured headphones!
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    Sennheisers for sure. Lol at the skullcandy 'suggestion'
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    (Original post by omicronlyrae)
    Sennheiser CX300 or the CX300 II - they're both brilliant, and yet insanely cheap.
    This. I've have my CX300 for 3 years now. That's 3 years of commuting and both headphones still work perfectly and the sound quality is great, best earphones I've ever owned.
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    Like i said earlier depends what your using them for, if its for MP3 plyers than sennishers earphones for sure if its for a PC then get open type headphones, like koss portapros.
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    (Original post by Dumachi)
    for what use?
    For both iPod listening on the go, and with my laptop
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    For both iPod listening on the go, and with my laptop
    Stick to the earphones then i dont think ud like open type which allows every1 around to hear ure music to.

    Get sennishers not gaycandys.
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    Skullcandy dubs. Got mine. Quite pleased. £10 Or something
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    JVC Gummys for me - orange ftw.
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    Soundmagic pl-30
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    If you're willing to spend a bit more Klipsch Image s3s have just come out. For about £40 on Amazon they offer decent sound isolation and sound like they should cost a lot more. My mates has just bought a pair and I may have to invest in some myself!
 
 
 
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