BackBeat Titanium 326 earphones reviewed

At about $40, the Altec Lansing BackBeat Titanium 326 earbuds offer impressive sound for the buck.

Altec Lansing is a long-standing competitor in the iPod speaker market, so it makes sense that the company now produces a variety of headphones, as well.

For $40, the Altec Lansing BackBeat Titanium 326 headphones offer an excellent value and make a great replacement for the stock earbuds that came with your MP3 player. They're more comfortable; feature a durable, cloth-covered cable; and offer impressive sound quality. There's not much more we can ask for from a set of earphones.

Read the BackBeat Titanium 326 earphone review.

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