06-30-2011 02:42 PM
I'm going to get Clip+ in few days and I know I should buy better eaprhones to fully expierience the sound of this player. What earphones are the best to use with Clip+? I want to spend about £20. I'm thinking about SoundMagic PL30, they seem to be good for the price.
Thanks in advance
06-30-2011 03:23 PM
You can start here
But bear in mind also that almost anyone (and everyone) who answers a query like this is going to recommend something different.
People have different levels of hearing, different frequency sensitivities, different tastes in sound and also music, different budgets, different size ears and canals, and different criteria for judging a product such as head, or earphones.
06-30-2011 06:35 PM
Have heard good things about the SoundMagic phones (although I haven't used them myself). Personally, I would spend more on the phones (although no need to go crazy, there--it's amazing how expensive these things can get!) and consider them a long-term investment--they really can make a big difference, and a good pair should give you many hours/years of use.
06-30-2011 07:14 PM
Here are more opinions, reviews and specs than you can shake the proverbial stick at. An entire website and forums dedicated to the subject:
07-01-2011 12:46 AM
Anything But iPod's headphone sub-forum is a font of info, as well.
Sansa Clip+ 40GB / Sansa Clip+ 4GB / Sansa c240 V1 1GB (RB'd) / XePort 7010-9 / MEElectronics HT-21 / Proud user of Screamer Radio (http://www.screamer-radio.com/) and Slacker Radio (http://www.slacker.com)
07-01-2011 10:39 AM
I like Sennheiser earphones. You need to decide if you want isolating canalphones, such as the Sennheiser CX series, or open air ones such as the MX series. Some people get both isolating and non isolating ones. The isolating ones are good on planes and trains, but might be dangerous to use when you are walking through traffic and at other times when you need to hear what is going on around you.
01-22-2020 06:15 AM
You can run any IEM's you want with your new Clip+ up to 80ohm's semi comfortably. So 32ohms and 16ohms isn't a problem for the Clip+ Don't underestimate it's size it actually outputs a decent amount of power. I was running my Sony MDR V6 earlier today and they sounded ok, it wasn't the best but it drives them easily enough.