Panasonic HJE50E-W In-ear Headphones - £8.60 @ Amazon (was £17.20) ! - HotUKDeals
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High Quality Sound Insidephones
3 Replaceable Silicone Ear Pieces
Compact Carrying Pouch
D-Sound
Split Cable, 0.5 Cord and 1.0m Extension Cord
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#1
Are these any good? Better than the cx300?
#2
SkippyDoo;1638785
Are these any good? Better than the cx300?


Good reviews @ Amazon :)
#3
Ordered some of these last week, although they haven't arrived yet. Been this price for a while, I think. Thought they might have better build quality than the Creative ones.
#4
good deal so i've voted it hot although i have to say personally i bought some inears (sennheiser ones) and I don't like them at all. Just don't like the sound. Much prefer normal earphones.
#5
I like the idea of inears but I've yet to find any that stay in your ears so I keep waiting for them to fall out - has anybody found some that fit really securely without causing discomfort?
#6
RedSkywalker
I like the idea of inears but I've yet to find any that stay in your ears so I keep waiting for them to fall out - has anybody found some that fit really securely without causing discomfort?


I think the CX300 ones are the best.

The build quality is really good and they still look like new and I've had them for a year!

These are a bit rubbish really.
#7
RedSkywalker
I like the idea of inears but I've yet to find any that stay in your ears so I keep waiting for them to fall out - has anybody found some that fit really securely without causing discomfort?


The ones that come with Sony-Ericsson mobile phones are great. I think you can buy the same ones with a standard connection.

They fit so snugly/comfortably that my band wear them instead of earplugs when we play.
#8
Anyone else hate inner ear headphones?
#9
rash
I think the CX300 ones are the best.

The build quality is really good and they still look like new and I've had them for a year!

These are a bit rubbish really.


rubbish in terms of sound quality/ design or just overall rubbish? I'm looking to buy a pair just for oocassional use so thought which ones out of this or the seinheisser.
#10
shure's are the best for staying put, if you loop em over your ear you can pop one out to chat / hear etc also pretty good audio response to.


REV
#11
The best ones for staying in your ears are probably the Goldrings which What HiFi gave away with a subscription recently. They come with foam Comfitips which expand in your ear canal so they don't fall out.
#13
good deal.... seen as tho i paid £25 last year for them
BUT..... don't last long - have a short wire an an extension wire and where to 2 join together is a bad connection
meaning sound in 1 ear !
apparently a known issue
also they are poor sound quality compared to the sony ones !
#14
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5344493/Trail/searchtext%3ESONY+HEADPHONES.htm

Great headphones but £30. Never fall out your ear, I wear mine on my motorbike and theyr'e bang on!
#15
dandoc2
Anyone else hate inner ear headphones?


Can't stand them myself. Got some with my new Sony Erricson phone and they contstanty fall out my ears. Even when they stay in when you walk you can always hear the earphone itself wobbling around inside the rubber outer thingy which I find really irritating.
#16
mite order some of these, anyone know how they compare against the Goldring GX200's

thats what they will be replacing, was gutted only had them a month and the left one has just went off
#17
why do people who have no clue about sound fidelity or headphones in general always post with comments like 'these are rubbish compared with the sony ex71' (paraphrasing of course). First off, none of that last generation of sony in-ear headphones were any good and this generation isn't fairing much better, in fact Sony haven't made good in-ears since the days of the ex51 and i doubt it'll change any time soon. As for these panasonic, out of the low end in-ear headphones they're one of the few pairs that are quite good (along with the current range of skullcandy in-ears which retail for slightly more) and I'll happily be buying a pair.


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