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Etymotic Research hf2 Earphones/Headset - $122.24 AUD Shipped from Amazon

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Some of the most highly isolating earphones available if you do not mind your canals being violated. About $30 cheaper than normal Amazon price.

Cheapest locally is $179 from headphones.com.au.

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    not a bad price, but i'd recommend the hf5's or er4p's as a higher and better model. but the isolation of this range is among the best, mainly because of the tri flange tips. i used er4p's for a while but lost them and replaced them with hf5's and barely notice the difference. however, these are a good buy, considering the prices of their range have increased a lot recently (nearly doubled).

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      hf2 is identical to the hf5 except with mic and remote.

      Unfortunately the ER4P/S are close to $300 which isn't really worthwhile.

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        didnt think they were from memory.

        er4p/s used to be less than $200, think i paid $180, but they've been even lower. i dont check amazon though. they've been this outrageous for a while now and i dont see it reverting back anytime soon either.

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          dude where u got ur er4 from?

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    pay 80+ more, get the er4p/s/b, last time i checked amazon had them for $210.
    these hf2/3/5 are designed for iphone, trust me you don't want to waste 120 bucks on em

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    These for iPhone only?

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      Excuse stupidity, (there are some headphones with controls that are purely for one device I believe. eg. Ipod Shuffle with out buttons.)

      Read a few reviews, all were saying designed for iphone, and it has controls, not sure if controls are universal.

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        I believe most people using this headphones aren't going to be using it on phones, rather FLAC compatible cowan players

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        It will work on everything but controls are "Compatible with Blackberry and Android as well as iPhone, iPad, and More"

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    how do these compare to the Er6i's?

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      They're pretty much universally regarded as possessing better sound quality.