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Best Bestbuy Headphones With Built-in Mic?

Postby Smedt » Sun Oct 08, 2017 5:11 pm

So, I ended up going to BestBuy to get a new set of headphones and got Uprock by Skullcandy. They looked pretty good, but when I got home to try them on I found that they were very uncomfortable - the ear pads aren't very soft and it's very tight; I feel like it's compressing my skull. I also realized I'd really like a set that includes a microphone.

Does anyone have any recommendations for a good, comfortable headphone set that you can get at BestBuy? I'm willing to pay up to $90, assuming it's a very good pair. I'm quite picky, so the softer and more comfortable the better! Thank you.
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Best Bestbuy Headphones With Built-in Mic?

Postby Cadwalader » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:46 am

I have an answer you're not going to like.
If you're anything like me, you use your stuff and are mobile with it.
I use to buy those expensive good quality type.
But always found that no matter what, today's market always chooses planned obsolescence for practically all their products.
In other words, they'd end up crapping out.
Sure you can buy the stupid insurance, but most store either have a limit, or you end up purchasing insurances over and over.
Nowadays, I buy the $10-$15 type at Wal*Mart and usually get a nice crisp sound and don't worry about the the few months of lifetime they will have, same as their counterparts at 5X's the price or more.


Presently I'm using a $10 set from Maxell with a remote built volume adjuster.
The base on it better then Skullcandy's I've owned in the past, the sound is overall richer too.
Cheap is not always cheaper.
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