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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-03-2009, 07:45 PM
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i bought some panasonics from target that were fairly cheap and have good sound quality and thus far, pretty good durability, you might want to check them out.
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post #12 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-04-2009, 06:07 PM
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buy something cheap enough that you wont be upset if you break them.
this is what i was going to post
last season i went through 4 sets of head phones, all of them were earbuds
i just picked up some skull candies that cover my whole ear....hopefully they are more durable
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I have a set of skullcandy smokin buds. Sound good for the money and cheap enough that if they break I wont care. I just ride with one earbud in so i can hear the music and everything/everyone else.

For those with helmets with earpads: is there a way to mute only one earpad? I like having music and outside noise.
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take the earpad apart and wire up a switch

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per of $120 sennheiers= win

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I ride with Sennheiser PX 100. It's great!
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I ride with Sennheiser PX 100. It's great!
yea so i picked up some sony's from best buy 29.99 and the sond is great. Hope these will last me through the season w/o breaking
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skullcandy icon. light, loud, quality sound, stay on your head, look good, inexpensive.
whole deal.
theres a reason most boarders choose them as their riding head phones.
i pump my music so loud with them when i ride, and put em around my neck on the lift.
never had a problem. get em.
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airplane headphones are the best, Then skullcandys
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