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New earphones

DrMacintosh

Ok, so I have a pair of Apple EarPods that I use with my iPhone when I'm out of the house, but when I'm home I use my Audio Technica ATH-M50xs both with my phone and PC. Tbh, the Apple EarPods are nice, but switching back to them after using the Audio Technicas for a day is a little disappointing.

I was wondering if you guys know any great earphones that I could upgrade to (I know they will never be as good as the Audio Technicas, but any improvement will be nice). Thanks.

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I have a pair of Sony XBA H1s that are pretty nice. the only issue i have with them are that i cant lie down on my side with them in my ear because they are a bit bulky

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Jaybird X2

 

 

^Very favorable reviews.

There's also the original Jaybird for a bit cheaper.

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