Far End Gear XDU Flexible Earhook Stereo-to-Mono Single Headphone for Left Ear
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- Cord featuring Brite Buds reflective technology, enhancing your visibility at night
- 45 degree Gold-plated Stereo 3.5mm plug (same as 1/8-inch size plug)
- Listen in one ear without missing any of your stereo sound
- 42 inch long cord - Weighs in at 0.4 ounces (12 grams)
- Stereo plug's circuitry design mixes left and right stereo channels together into one earpiece
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Far End Gear's single wrap-around headphone incorporates a durable, contoured hook within the design, for comfort and additional stability during vigorous activities. Now featuring Brite Buds reflective technology, our innovative, fabric-wrapped cord enhances your visibility at night. Compatible with Apple iPods, Apple iPhone, Sony MP3 Players, Laptops and Desktop Computers, as well as Sansa, Creative, Etek, Ativa, RCA and other low-cost MP3 players.
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Initially the cord after a week or two began to get stiff especially near the earpiece - I don't know why. But since they started to use fabric wrapped cord it seems to stay flexible for the duration. They don't last forever and I seem to have to buy a new one every few months as all the twisting and turning through having it in all night long causes, eventually, something to go wrong - maybe one of the delicate cores failing or shorting.
But despite the price and the fact that it's not indestructible I still buy another - because it's the only one that does the job. I've been buying them for about three years now and I always keep a spare one in - it is so much better than anything else I've tried. Pity about the price. I really ought to have a discount for quantity!
UPDATE: Last one hadn't failed after all. The problem turned out to be a faulty 3.5 mm socket. So, up to press no problems with the fabric wrapped version.
Then I dropped it and stood on it and it stopped being stereo. Too pricey to replace its quality, so replaced with cheap mono piece.
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