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Best headphones for working out in gym?

Hi guys I am currently running a cabled headphone setup while working out and it is driving me crazy. I want to get rid of my mp3 player and cabled headphones and run music through my iphone wirelessly. I have narrowed my choice down to these wirless over ear headphones or these wirelesshttp://headphones for working out that go in the ear. I am more leaning toward in ear variety for comfort? Anyone worked out with over ear wireless headphones? I believe both of these headphones are Bluetooth. Does anyone know if this means that I can wear these headphones while having my ipod sit in a bag on the floor while I workout and still receive music from it? Is there such a thing as a mini mp3 player that has bluetooth? Sorry bout all the questions. I hope this makes sense.

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Went back to wired.

Wireless for me is too fiddly. The charging means one more thing for me to fiddle with.

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Headphones

you get best IP805 On-ear Headphones !

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My ears are burning with such covering the ears.
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best for me

i think the best for me just use earphone Happy

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This one will just fit in right.
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try earphone maybe better

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