I'm sick of the wire crapping out and one ear going deaf and eventually losing sound altogether after a week of merciful duck tape life extension.
I don't fold them, I don't leave them hanging but the cheap little wire always finds some way to f itself up in several months time.
Doesn't matter if I buy ones $5-10 off ebay or quality ones they all have the same cheap wire problem so quality of sound means jack when they both die and give no sound.
I hate buds I like over the head band types. Mostly use them on the lappy.
I'm thinking wireless is going to be the only thing I can count on as all makers seem intent on string bean wiring as part of a crooky conglomerate conspiracy so I am always buying new ones.
Any wireless ones that charge themselves via the usb port? Don't want to constantly buy batteries for them. Noise cancelling is a good feature to have too.
Or has anyone had any longetivity with anything else? At this point I'm considering buying some of the freaking iron and steel 5 pound ones from the 80's with the curled wiring and huge jack port and adapting them.
Its very solid, I am pretty hard on my headphones and these are pretty damn durable. --- Not changing this sig until Christ returns -- Started 30 A.D 3770K @ 4.2Ghz | 16GB Corsair Vengeance | GTX 670 SLi
#3Dollarman_2005Posted 8/5/2013 10:37:48 PM
I use the Senn HD-25s. Like most Senns, you can just replace the wire when it goes bad for like 12 bucks.
These headphones though are damn near titanium or something. They've dropped 8-12 feet multiple times and are still going strong.