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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 10:54 AM Thread Starter
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Hey all, any headphone lovers out there? I love a good pair of headphones, and consequently, I've spent a lot of time over at head-fi.org over the last few years.

What is everyone's personal setup?

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I'm not even close to being an audiophile, but I've tried the Klipsch S4i's and they are great, especially for the price. Also their silicone tips are shaped differently which seem to be more comfortable and stay in-place better.

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JVC XXplode earbuds for riding, etc.

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Shure se535s. Best (pads removed) helmet solution I've found.

Though having killed the right channel of my previous ones (se420) by getting snow in the pocket they were in, I'm being fairly careful not to repeat the mistake
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Audio-Technica ath-m50s for home use and I need some earbuds for when I'm not home. Thinking about the klipsch s4i.
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As others said, I love the Klipsch S4i's. great headphones for the price

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I have a pair of the Klipsch s4i's but I hate it how tangled they get.
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Ultimate Ear Triple.Fi 10's , hard to beat for the bus\train and generally blocking out the entire world of f'ing dip shits, I use skullcandy drop-ins for snowboarding though.

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Sennheisers are my go-to brand for really enjoying some music, or video games/movies.

For snowboarding, a cheap pair of skullcandys, simply because they look damn good with a beanie (;
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