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Creative Zen Aurvana In-Ear Headphones
I am overjoyed, to have finally found the perfect headphones to compliment my Sony MP3 player that I use for training and running. When I purchased the Sony it came with crappy headphones that were simply that- crappy. Several other more expensive not expansive 'phones later and I was still unhappy with every combination. But now since I bought these headphones at a very good price my life has changed beyond compare. They perform truly outstanding feats of musicality and are so loud that where once I had to have the volume full up even with sound supression circuitry switched on, I now have to turn the volume down. Magnificent! The whole of my training experience has improved, unlike my running
Sennheiser PMX 70 In-Ear Sports Headphones
Yes these in-ear phones are almost great but not quite. My reason for giving them four stars is possibly not a universal gripe it might be peculiar to only me but no matter what cover I have on them they just will not stay in my ears which makes quite a difference in everything sonic. If I hold them in my ears as far as I can the sound quality is bloody awesome, plenty of bass on tap but if they slip out even slightly the sound is at best thin, reedy and tinny without any bass to speak of. On the plus side though they are great for training in with a very comfortable fit but alas I still come back to my gripe comfort is very important if running or doing other taxing sport but without the equally impressive sound because of the phones either not fitting my ears or perhaps my ears being ill fitting I don't know but they could have been great!
Sony NWS 203 Walkman 1GB MP3 Player (Black)
If as they say size is not important then this sony mp3 player is hung like a horse performance wise that is! I think that rarely has something so slight in weight and size given so much performance both in sonic quality and the many other little gizmos which can be utilised on this machine I have just one very slight grumble and it is probably me being too picky but I think that they could have raised the total volume just a shade in order that the earphones could blot out background noise completely