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Standard budget earphones, don't be fooled by the brand name, not much better than most other brands that sell these kinds of earphones.
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Standard budget earphones, don't be fooled by the brand name, not much better than most other brands that sell these kinds of earphones.
True, but there are a lot of bad sounding buds in the $5 - $20 range. I've had shitty buds from Sony, JBL, and countless no-name companies...but I don't remember anything terrible from Senn... I'm bias toward non-bass heavy headphones, so I probably won't touch these. If one is to shop for a set of comfortable listenable earbuds, paying $13 for a name like Senn is less of a gamble.

Also, for people shopping for earbuds, fit is probably as important as the technical performance of the hardware. If the shape/size of the buds don't comfortably and firmly fit in your ears, you won't get good sound! Some trial/error is necessary...
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True, but there are a lot of bad sounding buds in the $5 - $20 range. I've had shitty buds from Sony, JBL, and countless no-name companies...but I don't remember anything terrible from Senn... I'm bias toward non-bass heavy headphones, so I probably won't touch these. If one is to shop for a set of comfortable listenable earbuds, paying $13 for a name like Senn is less of a gamble.

Also, for people shopping for earbuds, fit is probably as important as the technical performance of the hardware. If the shape/size of the buds don't comfortably and firmly fit in your ears, you won't get good sound! Some trial/error is necessary...

Fair point, I agree there definitely is a market for these but I just wanted to make sure people were not getting swayed by the fancy name.
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