or what to use to prevent fall out
when I am not trying to sort out the foot issues of the peope of oxfordshire [and beyond] it has been known that I venture eiher outside or onto the treadmill at the gym for a bit of a plod, I say plod but I normally describe myself as running like ' a shire horse with a speech impediment'
Anyway to get to the point, I like the next man likes a bit of music to sweat to, the ipod is permenantly welded to my arm when exercising but the problem I have is the earphones just keep dropping out my ears, not just the ordinary apple ones but i spent £30 on a pair of fancy sony in-ear earphones with an assortment of sized rubber bits and they still don't work every 2-3 minutes one [normally the left] just falls out, dangles around for a few strides then pulls out the otherone
my question is this....does anyone have any suggestions at to a decent set of earphones so i can prevent fallout
I use the Phillips over-the-ear phones too, because I don't like a band over the top of my head (I don't have enough hair!).
I do have to secure them a little though - a hold my iPod in my hand instead of using a band - so I run the wire around a safety pin which I then attach to my shirt at the back of my neck. Seems to work well.
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