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Ipod headphones (default ones) came off during my bike ride to work this morning and were instantly shredded...which one should I pickup:

jbuds j2

or

Skullcandy INK'd Earbuds S2INCZ-034

I know it's not great. Don't really need or care much for bass.
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Skull candy's are amazing and relatively cheap, not sure where you'd be buying them but they're like 10-14$ at Best Buy, etc. The ear padding they have cancels some outside noise but it isn't as efficient as Bose or the like. The SC also have multiple sized ear pads to fit in different ear sizes.
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post #3 of 4
I would suggest any Etymotic Research in-ears, if you are looking for noise isolation and confort
Specially the MC5
post #4 of 4
budget? music tastes? I don't recommend neither. For cheap, I'd look into the MeElectronics Ai-M9 or Ai-M6. FAR better than what you have in mind.
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