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    Default Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    i've seen some logitech in-ear headphones that i like
    are there any distributors of Logitech here in BD?
    preferable with warranty
    because they tend get damaged quickly
    any other suggestion is appreciated
    Budget: 1500 Max
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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    u can use ipods earphone for 600tk...

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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    Computer Source is Logitech's distributer in BD.

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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    i've seen some logitech in-ear headphones that i like
    are there any distributors of Logitech here in BD?
    preferable with warranty
    because they tend get damaged quickly
    any other suggestion is appreciated
    Budget: 1500 Max
    You won't get good iem at 1500tk in BD. I am currently using Creative EP-630 for 1.5years and it's still working just fine. I bought it for 2300tk.
    seeing is believing..

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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    Im using a cheap microlab earphone which has great bass reflect system. It only costs 150taka and im using it on my ipod nano and works flawlessly. Thats what we should call "Bang for the buck".....

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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    Quote Originally Posted by cloaked View Post
    Im using a cheap microlab earphone which has great bass reflect system. It only costs 150taka and im using it on my ipod nano and works flawlessly. Thats what we should call "Bang for the buck".....
    And I'm 100% sure that you've never tried any headphone that costs more than $50.
    seeing is believing..

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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    Quote Originally Posted by xCross View Post
    And I'm 100% sure that you've never tried any headphone that costs more than $50.
    Indeed, those Microlab headphone's are no bang for bucks :/ Those suck pretty bad!

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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    - there are 2 models of altec lansing earphone available at speed technology & engineering Ltd. for 1.5-2k ...
    - creative ep630 would be another very good choice for it's price range, cost like 2.2-2.5k /*depend on the bargaining capability of consumer */ at source edge Ltd ...
    - the logitech one u mentioned earlier will cost 1.2k ... widely available at idb, though, since u're expecting some kinda warranty u should get it from computer source ... my one has 1year replacement warranty however, i didn't buy it from computer source ...
    - and a word of caution, genuine ipod's earphone never cost less than 3k ...

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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    Quote Originally Posted by amateur_geek View Post
    - there are 2 models of altec lansing earphone available at speed technology & engineering Ltd. for 1.5-2k ...
    - creative ep630 would be another very good choice for it's price range, cost like 2.2-2.5k /*depend on the bargaining capability of consumer */ at source edge Ltd ...
    - the logitech one u mentioned earlier will cost 1.2k ... widely available at idb, though, since u're expecting some kinda warranty u should get it from computer source ... my one has 1year replacement warranty however, i didn't buy it from computer source ...
    - and a word of caution, genuine ipod's earphone never cost less than 3k ...
    Wow! sounds like u were in my shoes once
    and did fair share of searching
    btw, do u own the Logitech one atm?
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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    Quote Originally Posted by xCross View Post
    And I'm 100% sure that you've never tried any headphone that costs more than $50.
    Umm no, i did not, why you gotta problem with that?

    ---------- Post added at 00:45 ---------- Previous post was at 00:44 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Indeed, those Microlab headphone's are no bang for bucks :/ Those suck pretty bad!
    Lol.....150 sounds bucks to you.....

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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    Wow! sounds like u were in my shoes once
    and did fair share of searching
    btw, do u own the Logitech one atm?
    yes, i do ... it's a decent one comparing to any generic earphone ... however, if u able to increase ur budget 500tk more then, i'd say, get the creative one ...after all, neodymium magnet driver would be really something amazing ...

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    Default Re: Suggestion for good earphone/in-ear for iPod

    Quote Originally Posted by amateur_geek View Post
    yes, i do ... it's a decent one comparing to any generic earphone ... however, if u able to increase ur budget 500tk more then, i'd say, get the creative one ...after all, neodymium magnet driver would be really something amazing ...
    i bought Altec Lansing
    not bad either
    has 9mm Neodymium drivers also
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