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    ^^ NOT headphones.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Budget- £30
    Comfortable and don't come off easily (I have small ears haha)
    Good sound quality
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    (Original post by jdijx)
    ^^ NOT headphones.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Can we have an actual budget please?
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    (Original post by Gofre)
    Can we have an actual budget please?
    Sorry. Won't be spending any more than £30.
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    Whenever I buy skull candy earphones they usually last for 2-4 months, but I would recommend to go after Marley earphones for sure as the wires on the exterior are not plastic and I've had these for like a year now.
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    I would just recommend Pondland (or an equivalent shop) for earphones. I wouldn't say they're good quality, obviously, but they last me just as long as expensive earphones
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    (Original post by jdijx)
    Sorry. Won't be spending any more than £30.
    seinneheiser do good ones for about £15, they come in a little bag. Mine lasted ages (the only reason they broke is cos i dropped them in my cup of tea :getmecoat:)
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    (Original post by Jeffrey101)
    Whenever I buy skull candy earphones they usually last for 2-4 months, but I would recommend to go after Marley earphones for sure as the wires on the exterior are not plastic and I've had these for like a year now.
    Is the sound quality good? I have small ears as well so do they come with different size buds?
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    (Original post by OvenBakedCookies)
    I would just recommend Pondland (or an equivalent shop) for earphones. I wouldn't say they're good quality, obviously, but they last me just as long as expensive earphones
    Ahh thanks, but I'm looking for earphones that have good sound quality (my bad for not mentioning that in the OP).
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    (Original post by jdijx)
    Is the sound quality good? I have small ears as well so do they come with different size buds?
    Yeah the sound quality is really good and they come in difference sizes
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    (Original post by jdijx)
    ^^ NOT headphones.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    (Original post by jdijx)
    Sorry. Won't be spending any more than £30.
    Soundmagic E10, FiiO F3 or 1More Dynamic Driver, all solid choices for around your budget and available on Amazon.
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    seinneheiser do good ones for about £15, they come in a little bag. Mine lasted ages (the only reason they broke is cos i dropped them in my cup of tea :getmecoat:)
    Is the sound quality good?
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    (Original post by jdijx)
    Is the sound quality good?
    Sennheiser's prestige in the high end headphone world doesn't fully translate over to their budget offerings, they're decent enough but not the best. All three pairs I listed sound better than similarly priced Senns.
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    (Original post by Gofre)
    Sennheiser's prestige in the high end headphone world doesn't fully translate over to their budget offerings, they're decent enough but not the best. All three pairs I listed sound better than similarly priced Senns.
    Thanks for the help. I'll see which I prefer in terms of looks.
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    (Original post by Gofre)
    Soundmagic E10, FiiO F3 or 1More Dynamic Driver, all solid choices for around your budget and available on Amazon.
    +1 for the E10s, I'm wearing them now and they're great for all kinds of music. Picked them up in Richer Sounds on recommendation.
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    Anker soundbuds lite/life
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    What kind of shape fit your ears and are best for you? The round ones, the rounds ones (with a hole in the middle) or the apple type? The apple earphones are the only ones I can use to be honest
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    (Original post by NotYourAuntCarol)
    What kind of shape fit your ears and are best for you? The round ones, the rounds ones (with a hole in the middle) or the apple type? The apple earphones are the only ones I can use to be honest
    Good question. I tend to go for the style of apple earphones because they usually stay inside my ear but I know that you can get different sized buds for the earphones with the whole in the middle so I feel like they'd equally be as fine.

    I used to have a pair similar to apple earphones but they were really uncomfortable and I couldn't wear them for a long period of time because they would cause my ear to ache. This was due to no budding support though (usually they have a fluffy layer of bud on top).

    Lmfao I'm starting to realise maybe I should've mentioned this all in OP...
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    Go for some Anker's or something along that range.

    If you increase your budget i used to own a pair of these and they were great:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sennheiser-...iser+earphones

    Their CX range is good also:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sennheiser-...iser+earphones
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    I've had a pair of Sony earphones that have lasted me at least 5 years and the sound quality is still great. I would recommend any Sony earphones. I think they go as low as £5,
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    (Original post by Zoiona)
    I've had a pair of Sony earphones that have lasted me at least 5 years and the sound quality is still great. I would recommend any Sony earphones. I think they go as low as £5,
    Yeah used to have a pair of white/blue ones a LONG time ago but lost them. I can't remember whether they came with a fluffy bud over the top of the plastic though.
 
 
 
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