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Headroom dumped a lot of their old graph data including all the Shure data

Sennheiser CX300 and V-Moda Bass Freq have higher bass response levels than the IE8 (based on what I remember).

THERE ARE SPECIFIC REASONS AS TO WHY I AM MORE LOCAL THAN YOU


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All you need is some nice buds

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I gotta give my two cents on skull candy,

They're really comfy, and they fit nicely under the goggle strap depending on the models you have, but seriously they are not worth the money at all. they look cool sure, but their sound is.. i dunno if i would say even par. Its okay but definitely not worth the money. Unless you can pick up a pair on discount, don't get them they are nooooot worth it whatsoever.
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I've bought quite a few pairs of earbuds and headphones. Sure is the brand to go if you want earbuds that kick ass. ( the 350 pair are better. i've got those too but... i don't go snowboarding with them. too much to possibly wreck lol
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I rock these...


Icemat Siberia headphones, good sound, ultra-cushy, grips your head even while doing tricks or going fast, keeps your ears warm, decent noise cancelling, thick cord... did i mention how warm they kept my ears? The cord is actually pretty short about 2 feet(but come with an extender).

problem is might be slightly incompatible with your helmet, and they are no longer made. I think the closest thing is SteelSeries Siberia, check that out.
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icemat = steelseries

THERE ARE SPECIFIC REASONS AS TO WHY I AM MORE LOCAL THAN YOU


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Audio Technica ATH-PRO5MS Professional Monitor Headphones With Camouflage Housing

im about to rock these. pure sound and camo look. lol
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rofl I clicked this thread expecting a serious sound discussion, and the first post reccomends DYNEX headphones

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Best earbuds i've owned (not specifically for riding) are the Ultimate Ears SuperFi 5EB
I've had eytomtics, Shure, Vmoda, Sennheiser etc.

For riding I rock either the Senheiser sports or Vmoda Bass Freq cuz they're cheap enough and sound good enough for those purposes
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Oh and did i mention that they block out sound like no other? Seriously you can't hear anything when you turn it up a bit with these in.
FYI you can stick Shure Black Foam tips (those are the ones that come with the SE110) on any earbud with a 1mm orifice for that same isolation on amy canalphone.
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