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MP3 or phone; and what headphones?
2:24pm, 14 May 2015
MzGIt's this samsung.com so I just plug in earphones that suit me. You can forward and rewind tracks, pause and change volume. Main problem I had initially was accidentally calling people - not wanted on an early morning run!
3:13pm, 14 May 2015
icelandic trigirlThanks! I've got problems with the in-ear headphones because they either hurt my ears or don't stay on. The ones I got here have little clips over the ears and true to form, stay on but hurt my sodding ears!
6:29pm, 14 May 2015
pink fairyThey're not too high tech once you get used to them- they're actually brilliantly simple to use. They have little loops that can go behind your ears which I find helps them stay in.
About This Thread
- Fed up with Rubbish Earphones!
- Aftershocks head phones
- Bone conduction headphones
- bluetooth headphones
- Wireless Headphones/earbuds
- Bluetooth running headphones
- Running headphones
- Bone conduction headphones: could they settle the argument about listening to music during races?
- The annoying headphones thread.
- Headphones again
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