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I had

headphones to use on my ipod for ages are really liked them until they broke.
I sent them back and they have refunded me.

I now have a choice to buy either the same or better headphones for similar price.

Can anyone recommend any of them type of headphones?

My budget is really only up to £20

Thanks
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post #2 of 5
I think at that price there isn't going to be a vast difference to be honest, so you're almost as well just sticking with what you know you like, and getting another pair the same, they might have come down in price since the first pair you bought too
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post #3 of 5
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I had these headphones to use on my ipod for ages are really liked them until they broke.
I sent them back and they have refunded me.

I now have a choice to buy either the same or better headphones for similar price.

Can anyone recommend any of them type of headphones?

My budget is really only up to £20

Thanks
If you liked them, stick with them. the only other headphones id recommend are the JVC Air cushions £17

other then that, you don't have much room if your budget is £20.
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At that price the fx-66 (air cushion) are probably your best bet.
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k thanks guys, im just gonna order the same pair again (in white this time) as they were good for the price and have way more reviews than the listed headphones
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