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In Ear Headphones lacking cable durability...

I know my post title suggests the blatantly obvious but I'm sck to death of purchasing In Ear Phones for them to get accidently snagged and break within weeks, sometimes days. OK I didn't pay a fortune for my Soundmagic E10's but worked my way through two pairs of these withn a month due to this problem. Next were my Final Audio Design Heaven II's, this pair lasted a month before catching on a coat pocket and losing the signal in one ear. BTW I'm not a heavy handed clutz. I'm now sticking with the freebies that accompany devices until manufacturers can produce products a little more durable. My HTC One M8 phones don't do a bad job all things considered and seem to last the rigors of everyday use no problem...

QNAP TS253A Nas>Roon Audio>Raspberry Pi3>Oppo HA-1>balanced output>Oppo PM2 (Lambskin PM1 earpads)

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Try Klipsch, I've not had any

Try Klipsch, I've not had any returns of their products so far.

I've also had a set of Shure buds for the last 3 years with no problems.

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JoelSim wrote:

JoelSim wrote:

Try Klipsch, I've not had any returns of their products so far.

I've also had a set of Shure buds for the last 3 years with no problems.

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