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BUBBLEJ1 Posts: 2,872
12/23/12 4:51 A

I have these

www.jbhifi.co.nz/portable/mp3-players/head
-phones/panasonic/sports-cliptype-earp
hone-sku-16195/


No problems with them falling out, fairly comfy, good sound.

Hope that helps

TACDGB Posts: 6,131
12/22/12 6:09 P

I had trouble with ear buds too until......I bought sports ear buds. They go in the ear and then there is a part that wraps around the outside of the ear. They stay in place real nice and I so do like them. Amazon.com has them.

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12/22/12 5:40 P

KARYNWHO SparkPoints: (4,381)
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12/22/12 5:32 P

I always used to have a problem with my earbuds falling out when I was running... so I ended up saving up and getting really good earbuds, similar in style to the ones worn by singers who perform on stage with in-ear monitors... The kind I got were Shure SE215 earphones. I got them for about $80 on sale, and they stay nice and snug in my ears regardless of what exercise I'm doing.

INSANITY77 SparkPoints: (4,351)
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12/22/12 5:06 P

so i use this ancient sony walkman to listen to the radio when i run on the treadmill

recently i have had trouble finding headphones that work. i like the behind the neck headphones but those seem hard to find. earbuds always slip out.

i am not interested in MP3s or ipads etc....

i just want a good old school "sports walkman" with headphones that stay put while i run like the wind on my treadmill....

any suggestions???

thanks

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