What headphones do you use with your iPhone?

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  1. npolly0212 macrumors 65816

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    The apple headphones that came with the 6s+ will not stay in my ears for the life of me so looking to get a newer pair. I am looking for over the ear or in ear headphones, doesn't matter which. Just not looking to spend an absolutely ridiculous amount though.

    I will be using them to walk to and from classes daily, run on treadmill, or working around the warehouse at the company I work for.

    Want a pair with good sound quality and whatnot, so figured I would ask here what everyone else has found of good quality and easy to use with an iPhone?
     
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    B&W C5 II
    Can't say enough good things about the Klipsch S4. Used these for years until they broke.
     
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    Thanks for all the replies guys.
    I am going to do some research on your recommendations and see what I come up with and want!
     
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    NuForce NE-600X.

    Amazing value for money. The bass is particularly impressive.
     
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    PowerBeats2 Wireless Bluetooth. I was using my Bose Quietcomfort 15's but wanted some freedom from the wire.

    Chose the PB2 over the Jaybirds due to the way they stuck into my ear. The Jaybirds were falling out to much. The PB2's also seem to have more bass, which I like.

    Going to be looking into some over the ear Bluetooth headphones next.
     
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    Jaybird Bluebuds and MEElectronics Air Matrix 2. The Bluebirds sound really nice for IE but the AM2 are even better. The AM2 are the cheaper of the 2.
     
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    Daily wear: LG Tone Infinim
    About to purchase: Sennheiser Urbanite XL Wireless
     
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    ThinkSound MS01 for music

    Bose SoundSport for active/talk/pods
     
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    I guess I'll be that noob that says Apple EarPods... o_O

    I do use my Bose In-Ear for my iPod though.
     
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    Shure SE 535's. They are just super when listening to Tidal.
     
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    Post deleted after re-reading OP's first post.
     
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 (over ear),Sennheiser ie80 (in ear monitors), and Jaybird X2s (for wireless, these are the new bluebuds).
     
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    Always provide a number or range. Don't just assume that your you and everyone have the same notion of "ridiculous". My Ety ER-4P's weren't ridiculous for me (YMMV) and I still use them.

    Just like "ridiculous", "good" is highly subjective. You need to give others an idea of what you consider to be good if you want meaningful recommendations. What have you used and liked? What have you used and not liked? What type(s) of music do you like and what can you tell us about your sound preferences?
     
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