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Hey there folks, I'm in the search for a new pair of ear buds that I can use for my iPod Touch 4th generation, and thought I might consult you guys.

I had two pairs before, and both are failing.



Sony MDREX10LP Earbud Headphones


1. Audio is stronger in right ear than in left (this only happens with my iPod, they work fine on my PC)


1. Sharp sound

2. Light Weight

3. Curved plug to avoid shorts


Next Pair

JVC Marshmallow Headphones with Microphone and Remote


1. Remote to play/pause/skip died with in a couple months after purchase

2. Odd occurrence where if the end of the plug bent, the audio's volume would spike

3. Right bud shorts out frequently


1. Deep sound

2. Good Bass

3. Nice fit

I am a frequent listener (pretty much daily) and listen to a wide variety of music (from classical to dubstep, and everything in between), so I need them to be versatile in audio reponse and able to be used frequently. My budget is around $50, and I can't go much higher than that.

Here are the ones I've found myself (EDIT, I've narrowed it down to two):


NXG NX-HTOBB Head Trip Overdrive Bass Earbuds, Black


MEElectronics Original M Series M31 In-Ear Headphones, Assorted Colors


So out of those, which would you recommend, or, if none look good, feel free to leave a recommendation of your own.

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I have a pair of creative headphones, awesome sound, really good bass and works just as good as when they were new.


But since you already have options, I dont know if I can help you :)

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