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    The fidelity of wireless headphones just doesn't cut it for me. It's like trying to use the wireless speakers for your home theater...just doesn't cut it. I haven't tried anything recent but just think about wireless connections vs wired, the data is transmitted faster, and the same can be said for sound quality.

    If you do know of some, see if you can try them out prior to purchasing. Worst case, you get them, use them and they suck - you can return them with the buyer's remorse, right?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
    I bought my old man a pair of J-bird headphones for Christmas last year hes only used them a few times but he said they sound pretty good, but he would have never went out and bought them himself cause he barely uses headphones unless hes flying. I personally haven't listened to any music using them.

    As far as wireless goes, I don't really trust anything wireless when it comes to audio. I just got over the whole wireless internet thing about a year or so back lol
    The idea of charging headphones isn't something I like either.

    I'm just sick of headphones all having the same issue.

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    How awesome are these?

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    Should I buy these even though I can't afford the car? Kind of poserish but awesome nonetheless:

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    those are probably maxell headphones from walmart with ferrari casings.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DBFIU Click here to enlarge
    those are probably maxell headphones from walmart with ferrari casings.
    No, apparently these are pretty high quality.

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    I'd look into sennheiser or something more dedicated to sound.
    Also Audeze and Beyerdynamic.

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    What about Bose headphones? The ones I've tried on have been extremely comfortable, I'm sure the quality is good on them as well. Seeing how much they go for :/.
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    Ok, went to the bose store and they let you plug in your phone to try out any of their products. I was blown away by the mie2 headphones and picked them up.
    Ill post a pic later. Also, 1 year warrantysaved in their computer which is cool.

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    The people at bose are genius's as they designed the elbow/connector to be bent instead of straight so it will not bend and break eventually:

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    I'm stoked with these for now. Can answer calls with the built in mic and also adjust volume on the iphone. Some pics plus a link for those interested: http://www.amazon.com/Bose-326223-00.../dp/B003XU6HNS

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