For iPhone users with a penchant for improved sound quality and a willingness to stick things in their ears, the Etymotic hf2 earphones are a reasonable option.
Etymotic's brand-new sound-isolating earphones are in the house and kicking out a racket. They're taking the fight to Shure and Denon for the high end of the market
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At CES 2010, earphone maker Etymotic announced the new mc-series headphones as well as updated hf-series models with integrated iPhone/iPod controls.
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If you own an iPod or iPhone and tend to listen to music with the bass EQ cranked all the way up, the IDR655m headphones are easy to recommend. For sonic versatility, look elsewhere.
We're not going to pretend we weren't excited when Etymotic slipped us a pair of its new hf2 earphones. But we're more excited still to say they're really rather terrific.