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So I bought some moderately expensive earphones (the in-ear variety). They sound great. My concern is that every earphone I've bought has succumbed to the same problem: one of the sides goes out completely, the other one is completely fine. I have a grave-yard full of one-sided earphones.
The earphone I bought has a 1-year warranty from manufacturer, but is it a good idea to get a 2 year product replacement plan from Best Buy? Will that cover my problem above? When I talked to the BB guy, he was all 'yes, it's covered', was he BSing? The asking price is 15% of the cost of the earphones.