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currently $75+ everywhere else. Great wired headphones.

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what are those thin elongated rubber structures emanating out of the ear buds?
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what are those thin elongated rubber structures emanating out of the ear buds?
To keep them from falling out when you run
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No judgment on the sound quality of these IEMs or the BOSE brand, but I seriously implore everyone here to consider voting with their wallet against buying any kind of expensive headphones without a removable cable. Ever. Even at half price. That cable *will* fail before anything else does, and **** planned obsolescence.
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Can anyone recommend good pair of earphones that stays in the ear with a good fit? I have Klipsch S4 that sounds really good but they don't have a good design so I constantly have to adjust them to keep them in the ear. Same with Samsung ones that come with the phone (S7). They are the worse earphones as the fit is terrible, it keeps falling out and that takes away any bass whatsoever from the music. S4 was had good ones but figured there has to be something better for the money that has good fit. Almost wanted to give S8 headphones a try but then I read they also fall out of ears so holding off on it. Thought these might be good ones but apparently reviews say otherwise.
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No judgment on the sound quality of these IEMs or the BOSE brand, but I seriously implore everyone here to consider voting with their wallet against buying any kind of expensive headphones without a removable cable. Ever. Even at half price. That cable *will* fail before anything else does, and **** planned obsolescence.
Are there any IEMs with removable cables? Any recommendations?
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Are there any IEMs with removable cables? Any recommendations?
There's plenty of options. Shure SE215 is popular in these BOSE's retail price range and MEE audio M6 PRO is a great package for the price with an unbelievable amount of stuff included even cheaper than these BOSE's sale price. Etymotic, AudioTechnica, Westone also make a good number of detachable cable IEMs. You can search for recommendations on Head Fi.
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Despite this product made by Bose, the bass is not too loud, and it is really a balanced earphone.. And of course It's worth the money at original price. But now it's on sale for $ 60. That's totally fine. I have no doubt it's a great choice for anyone who hasn't bought earphones for over $ 100.
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Are there any IEMs with removable cables? Any recommendations?
I also own shure SE315 as well as shure e4c before the cable broke(5yrs of heavy use). They have amazing integrity of sound but that doesn't mean they are pleasant to listen to on a regular basis. The Bose are nice for those who like the type of sound that Bose strives for, which is a full and balanced sound.
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No judgment on the sound quality of these IEMs or the BOSE brand, but I seriously implore everyone here to consider voting with their wallet against buying any kind of expensive headphones without a removable cable. Ever. Even at half price. That cable *will* fail before anything else does, and **** planned obsolescence.
I whole heartedly agree. Bose was my go to brand because they had a one year free replacement warranty that could be milked. You could replace replacements indefinitely. Now it's a recycling program where you get a discount off a new pair (like $50) and I refuse to even pay the discounted $80 for headphones whose cables have never lasted me more than a year. Bose sound quality is fine, but it's nothing to sing home about when compared to cheaper iems. I replaced mine with $20 1MORE earbuds that i got from the light in the box sale and the only thing I'll miss is the security of the ear wings. On that note, Bose ear tips are great for comfort but I do think they hamper the sound and that's the only reason I'm not surprised with the amount of cheaper headphones that have performed close enough.
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That's good earphones? Gosh it's like saying beats are good....
Recommend some better ones for the same price... don't just bash the deal without giving anything helpful.
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To keep them from falling out when you run
i was referring to the wires... but then i looked at the photo. lol.
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It's hilarious how after years and years of new products Bose STILL haven't changed up their cable. It's their number one failing point and it's a shame too since they're one of the most comfortable in-ears IMO.

I've owned the IE2's for about a year until the wire's plastic started to deteriorate with not a lot of strain on the cables since it was used in office use.
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Can anyone recommend good pair of earphones that stays in the ear with a good fit? I have Klipsch S4 that sounds really good but they don't have a good design so I constantly have to adjust them to keep them in the ear. Same with Samsung ones that come with the phone (S7). They are the worse earphones as the fit is terrible, it keeps falling out and that takes away any bass whatsoever from the music. S4 was had good ones but figured there has to be something better for the money that has good fit. Almost wanted to give S8 headphones a try but then I read they also fall out of ears so holding off on it. Thought these might be good ones but apparently reviews say otherwise.
The S8 earbuds are just basic headphones with AKG branding slapped on. They barely stay in my ears and when they do it feels like they're gonna fall out any moment and this is coming from someone who is okay with Apple EarPods. They don't sound spectacular either.

In terms of sound quality Xiaomi and KZ both produce better sounding earbuds for like $5. Just have to suffer the wait of shipping from China. 1MORE Triple Driver actually sounded SO good with a pretty good fit but I got buyer's remorse due to price. Now I regret returning them.
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