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Jul 11, 2010

Headphones by GreatWisdom at 10:56 PM (1,845 Views / 0 Likes) 22 replies

  1. GreatWisdom
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    Does anyone know of any good headphones/ear buds that are comfortable to wear while sleeping? And if they can connect to a cell phone and laptop?
     


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    What's the point of listening to music while you are asleep?
     
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    I get my RX900's Monday. I've heard they are god-send comfortable. I'll let you know more after I get some time with them.
     
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    I would say it's not music he wants to listen to, he properly wants to try that learn a foreign language while sleeping thing.
    I tried it but i couldn't get to sleep [​IMG]
     
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    You know, you can get pillows with an small integrated speaker. Much more comfortable and are pretty cheap.
     
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    I know another reason xD
    its the reason why id like to sleep with earphones.
    its because of mosquitos!
    yeah you heard it! i already woke up several times from that buzzing noice at my ear and im afraid like shit of these things xDDD
    stupid i know [​IMG] but earphones are usefull in these situations [​IMG]
     
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    Well there are a lot of noise around my house and i want to drown it out with music. It also helps me fall asleep.
     
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    i hope youre looking for some blutooth if theyre for sleeping, and blutooth earbuds arent cheap, but then again i just bought a pair of sennheiser hd280 PROs for $75
     
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    I have the same problem.

    It's a curse. When I was a baby, my mom would turn on a fan next to me so it would drown out the noise. Now I can't sleep without a fan and I feel hot without one.
     
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    Uh, ear plugs?
     
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    Why heaving ear plugs when you can have ear phones and listen to some chilly music [​IMG]
    No but i got the same problem all these noises they keep me from falling asleep i sometimes press a pillow against my ear... it helps a bit [​IMG]
     
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    I think that's what Urza meant....

    I don't understand the point of listening to music in your sleep.
     
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    My experience is that pretty much any sleek headphone will lay comfortable. I've had several over the years, and the only ones who were uncomfortable were the in-ears, because they tend to stick out quiet a bit, pushing it further in to your ear.
    I've got €10,- sony headphones now, good quality and I watch a movie in the evening on my dsi without laying uncomfortable on my pillow. Just look for one that isn't to big and doesn't stick out to much.
     
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    i use my astros which are VERY comfortable, they're great if you dont mind not being able to roll over [​IMG]
     
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    Well thanks for the help guys I have found some headphones that are good for sleep. Well there not actually headphones its kinda like a headband, there called sleep phones search it up it looks pretty cool [​IMG]
     
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    its not about music in your sleep but about music till you sleep [​IMG] at least for me
     
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    Er... why not use wmp or a music player in the background as you sleep....
     
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    Well i have to share a room so i don't want to wake them with the music, and im sure that they wouldnt want to listen to the music i listen to
     
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    That makes more sense, haha, understandable, just be careful, they can damage your ears if you're not careful and don't have the music up too loud, you'll go deaf before you're 60.
     

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