sounds good. get it sounds
I use the motorola S9-HD and they are great. I tried my wife's Bose ear buds and the storm doesn't have alot of volume with them, now on her Ipod the bose are really loud. The motorola must have a built in amplifier of some sort since there are times (and I can't believe I'm saying this) that I turn them down a little.
skull candy has been really good for me.
Ok, I ended up going w. Etymotic ER6i's and a Shure MPA-3C adapter. The sound quality on the ER6i's is unreal...just tested them vs the stock iPod earphones and a pair of Sony noise reducing earbuds and they're in another league. And as for the Shure, it's got dual-mic's in and I was told by a friend I talked to on my Storm that I sound clearer to him when I'm using the Shure than when I'm using the Storm without a mic input. The total setup was about $120 (found a good deal on the ER6i's)...slightly more than a higher-end bluetooth. Not as sleek as the bluetooth but I don't like looking like a borg anyway.:bigeyes:
Heaophones and amp
I bought the Sony Studio Sound in ear headphones at Best Buy ( $40 approx.) an the FiiO E5 Headphone Portable Amplifier ($20) at eBay). I listen to Slacker and Pandora, the sound is absolutely amazing. The amp. is well worth getting, it's the size of a matchbox.
Originally Posted by snmemx
I work out at the gym and wanted a headset that would play music well but could also work as a phone headset. I tried the BB premium headset and wasn't impressed.
I bought these on a whim thinking I would return them if they sucked... they are awesome!
They are pricey, but they appear to have a great return policy so buy them on a credit card and if they aren't all you desire, return them.
Just my two-cents. :biggthumpup:
I just bought some $10 Sony headphones and they're good enough for me. I use them all day at work and don't have any complaints.
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