We are recommending the very best earphones for sport?

Hi and welcome to a modern group of responses to those headset inquiries. Ever wanted to know about something headset, earphone or receiver linked? Now’s your opportunity. Due to the great deal of questions we are so repeatedly asked, you’ll find we’ve reached into our mailbag and selected the nine most pertinent (and most frequently submitted) inquiries. Enjoy.

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Part 6: What’s a first-class sport earphone?

It is a minor discrepancy on our preceding question, however it’s worth reading into it as a separate question.

Whereas, within a aforementioned post, we looked at what were the best headphones to purchase for physical activities and exercise, now we’re shining an exploratory light on what it is you’re actually looking for.

So, with this at heart, we’ve created using the top five criteria that you need to consider before purchasing your headphones for exercise, jogging or coaching of any type. Here goes:

1)         Staying Motionless: It’s quite hard to get yourself a decent workout if you continuously have to regulate your headphones. Headsets that shake or slip are a continuing supply of annoyance when you’re running or doing aerobic training of any kind. ‘Headband’ style headsets and big cans are usually an extremely bad decision for arduous movement, unless they are specifically designed for it, so you’re far better off with ear buds or some other type of inner ear phones when you’re planning on moving about.

2)         Faultless Playback: There is nothing more irritating than music that skips around akin to an 8-track tape player with Parkinson’s and some earphones just cannot take the tempo. Cheaper headphones won’t have shock absorbers inbuilt and, as such, will break quite easily, causing the music to skip or fade in and out. You’re best bet would be to get a pair with built-in shock absorbers.

3)         Noise Reduction: Noise reduction headsets produce a small amount of white noise around the speaker that drowns out most outside noise. This really is great for running past road works, sirens and arguments or ignoring the bleak techno crap they play in the sports center in a vain attempt to ‘motivate’ you.

4)         Sturdy Design: These earphones are going to be moving about with you and they’re prone to live quite a harsh life. In fact, speakers are actually very precise gear and small tiny ones much more so. You want to be sure that whatever speakers you purchase are well taken care of, a sturdy body and a robust outer casing are good, as is the thick rubber ‘gummy’ design that is popular with athletes.

5)         Sweat Proofing: When the Human body exerts itself, it sweats. It’s a normal function and its in fact quite essential for retaining body temperature (even if it does not make you smell too interesting afterwards!). On the other hand, sweat, like every other fluid, can seriously damage some headphones. Look out for ‘sweat proof’ versions or those with a ‘sweat guarantee’ so that you can really get the most out of your headsets. Bear in mind also to wash them frequently using a dry cotton bud, just to get the best possible performance out of them.

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