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As the great 20th Century philosopher Will Smith so famously said, the summer months are a "time to sit back and unwind". We couldn't agree more.

Ultimate Ears 4

We've long preached the benefits of upgrading from the cheap pack-in earbuds that come with every MP3 player because they're usually craptastic. We normally don't look down our noses at something we got for free and truth be told, most freebie earbuds are serviceable. But we're huge audiophiles here at GamePro and we won't plug just anything into our ears; nope, we only rock quality earbuds like the 4's from Ultimate Ears. These slick earbuds feature the same tech that makes Ultimate Ears' studio monitors a favorite of professional musicians; they have great bass response and their in-ear design ensures that outside ambient noise won't leak in and ruin whatever track you're listening to. They also feature a stylish gunmetal silver design and come with a set of different sized tips to ensure you'll find a comfortable fit. If you're still using the cheapo earbuds that came with your MP3 player, look into the 4's right away-you won't believe the difference they can make.
Price: USD$129.99

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