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Bellsview

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#16 11/03/2016 at 20:21

I wouldn't spend too much on them ty, just buy a pair that is strong which can stand being thrown about, a pair which they can wear on their head (I wouldn't give such young 'uns a pair of in ear ones) and definitely a pair which don't go too loud.

I'm no expert on kids headphones but I'm sure if you do a Google search of 'child headphone reviews' you will come across something suitable. You can get them themed (e.g. Mr Men) so you may be able to find a pair detailing a charcter(s) that your little 'un is into. 

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bartos1976

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#17 11/03/2016 at 22:30

Got young un some some Marvel ones from Aldi at Xma for about a tenner. They were a great fit and had a sound limiter on them but he chewed the wire at his nans one day and the jack came out. Couldn't fix them either as the connections were fibre based

Can't find any of them anywhere 

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tylluan

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#18 11/03/2016 at 23:13

Cheers gents 

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Andyben

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#19 20/03/2016 at 10:26

Wish I'd have seen this thread when first posted. I am a bit of a hi-fi nut and would thoroughly recommend the Bowers & Wilkins C5 series 2 earphones. Cost 150 but are a class act. I have the B&W P5 over ear headphones (250 but worth every penny, although there is a P7 version out now at 330 which I would have bought had they been around at the time I got my P5's) and it was buying them that led me to the C5 in-ear phones.

As bartos has said Sennheiser are quality and the Sennheiser Momentum M2 IEi (around 90) are good, as are the Sennheiser iE80 but you're talking serious money for them at well over 200 notes. Then there's the Sennheiser IE 800 which are possibly one of the best pairs of in-ear monitors in the world, but at around 600 a pop they ought to be.
Bellsview, 11/03/2016 at 12:59


Tried most brands in the sub 200 mark and I keep going back to Shure SE315s.

Spend another 40-50 on a custom cable and they're unbeatable.


Not noise cancelling so light enough to wear for hours.  

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