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Looking for a new pair of over the ear headphones between $200-$250

wasnt impressed with the selection @ local electronic stores

beats
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any good options out there???
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I would check out www.head-fi.org You will probably get a lot more information over there.

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Check out this buying guide at head-fi:

http://www.head-fi.org/a/headphone-buying-guide

Figure out whether you need open or closed (open is better for soundstage). There are specific recommendations for different budgets further down the page (click to open the lists).

Then Innerfidelity's Wall of Fame lists are a good resource. Most of the individual headphone descriptions on the different category pages link to a full review:

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/innerfidelitys-wall-fame

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thanks cel,
you always seem to have good input!
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Glad to help. smile.gif

Once you've had a chance to get some idea of what headphones seem interesting to you, there is an introductions and recommendations forum at head-fi for seeking advice: http://www.head-fi.org/f/7840/introductions-help-and-recommendations

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check out this guide. http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/innerfidelitys-wall-fame

edit: oops, cel already posted this link.

Anyway, I highly agree with the recommendations on the list. I've owned quite a few headphones and many of my favorites are on the Wall of Fame

I'm currently using the Sennheiser Momentum and Shure 840 as my everyday headphones

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thanks guys i think i got all the info i need!!
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thanks guys i think i got all the info i need!!

Great! Except I noticed I made a mistake in my post. "Open" are better for soundstage. If you are trying to decide between open and closed and you don't need isolation and have a quiet place to listen, the soundstage on some of those open headphones is incredible smile.gif

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Yeah, the options in local electronic stores are normally not too good unfortunately. I found this guide really helpful, so my recommendation is to check it out: http://www.headphonesunboxed.com/bes...nes-under-200/

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Yeah, the options in local electronic stores are normally not too good unfortunately. I found this guide really helpful, so my recommendation is to check it out: http://www.headphonesunboxed.com/bes...nes-under-200/
I wouldn't recommend relying on that list. I think people who know headphones would generally rate the HD598, the DT880 and Q701s better than the ATH-M50X.

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The Q701s are decent but I personally find the ATH-M50X's sound better at higher volumes. Most electronic stores do not carry the best options for you, they carry the best options for them. In other words, what is most likely to make them money? Check out this link: http://www.pricenfees.com/best-headp...under-200.html - It gives a decent explanation as to what you should be looking for when comparing headphones, and also has some recommendations. I wouldn't go by the exact rank they have though, but they give you 10 choices which are all good products. Good luck with your purchase!
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Looking for a new pair of over the ear headphones between $200-$250

wasnt impressed with the selection @ local electronic stores

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For those still looking, consider Sennheiser HD598s. They're pretty good for that price range.
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Denon has a great set for under $200
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A favorite of many is in your range now.

http://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-Dyn...keywords=hd600

http://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-HD-...keywords=hd650

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I personally use the Audio-Technica ATH-M50xBLs and absolutely love them. The sound quality is unreal and you can't go wrong with Audio-Technica. They give the Sennheisher HD598s a decent run for their money imo.

Also seem to be quite popular with review sites, e.g. http://www.scanzoom.com/best-headphones-under-200/

The only issue is the price, and they are more expensive than the Sennheiser 598s. Still think they look much nicer.
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I say NAD HP50, best value for the money under $250.
But it has some comfort issue.

I have,had

HE6, HD800, TH900, previously had T1, T5p, T70/80, Audezes, Grados, etc

and best valued headphone imo is NAD HP50 or Grado SR series for $200-$300 range.
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I personally use the Audio-Technica ATH-M50xBLs and absolutely love them. The sound quality is unreal and you can't go wrong with Audio-Technica. They give the Sennheisher HD598s a decent run for their money imo.

Also seem to be quite popular with review sites, e.g. http://www.scanzoom.com/best-headphones-under-200/

The only issue is the price, and they are more expensive than the Sennheiser 598s. Still think they look much nicer.
I know headphones are a personal thing but I didn't like the sound or the comfort of the M50x or the M40x at all when I tried them in a store. Too little bass, next to zero soundstage compared to my LSR305s and a $20 Xiaomi Pistons 3 IEM.
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If you're looking for open back over ear headphones, I don't think you can go wrong with the HD598's or a used HE-400i.

As for closed back, I would have to vouch for the NAD HP50's. They were really good general purpose headphones for the price.


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Denon does indeed have good options, the yamaha pro500 is also very impressive pair for refined sound with great bass. Open ones tend to be more balanced and even bass shy, and I believe the NAD HP50 are also pretty balanced.

People can recommend all kinds of headphones, but it really depends on the kind of sound you want.
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The reason why these brands are popular, because look for Bassy Headphones all the time... however the sound quality isn't that great at all...

For the price I'd definitely recommend going with the Audio Technica ATH-AD900X ($145); they have a balanced sound and make open back makes it an ideal headphone for any type of music.
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It matters what kind of sound you are looking for. I did a ton of reading on what's the best headphone set to get for myself, and after weeks of looking, only online. I can't test any in my area. I bought the Sennheiser HD598, because so many people loved them.

Well, I didn't. They can't handle bass at all, you can hear the phones straining to play normal music with just a basic bass beat. I could hear them have problems with so many things. Also, they weren't that comfortable to me. I tried for almost a month, to get these to play better, with no luck.

I sent them back, and bought DENON AH-D600 Music Maniac Over-Ear Headphones. These are good headphones, and they are comfortable, and you can wear them for hours. I'm pretty happy with them. They have good bass, but not the kind of bass the rattles the brain, that's a shame too. I think for that kind of deep punching bass, you need on ear headphones. But pretty much any kind of music sounded good, and I use them for movie watching at night.

I have a pair of $20 Bluetooth Soundbot on ear headphones, that can really drop the bass. It's not hard punching, but it can be very deep, and impressive, depending on what you are listening to.

My home system, has 1 pair of Cerwin Vega VS150's and VS 120's. These speakers, can make it seem like Godzilla is walking around outside of your house. The bass punch will rattle your heart in your chest, all while the woofer barely moves. 400 watt speakers, 100watt receiver. The bass in Godzilla is off the charts, and incredibly fun.

Would love to find some headphones that can sound as good as that, but the Denon's get the job done. Just not as bass punch heavy is my Cerwin Vega's.

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I sent them back, and bought DENON AH-D600 Music Maniac Over-Ear Headphones. These are good headphones, and they are comfortable, and you can wear them for hours. I'm pretty happy with them. They have good bass, but not the kind of bass the rattles the brain, that's a shame too. I think for that kind of deep punching bass, you need on ear headphones.
Not true. There are excellent over ear headphones with "deep punching bass." Now its definitely easier to design closed headphones with more bass than open ones, like the HD598. Otherwise, on ear vs over ear, some headphones are designed for more bass; some headphones aren't.

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Not true. There are excellent over ear headphones with "deep punching bass." Now its definitely easier to design closed headphones with more bass than open ones, like the HD598. Otherwise, on ear vs over ear, some headphones are designed for more bass; some headphones aren't.
You have any recommendations then? It's about impossible to pin anyone down to get a answer. I did a ton of research for a pair that could take the place of my Cerwin Vega's at night. There were no cheap answers, or good one's for that matter. All of them, seem to be over $500. There seems to be quite a few On Ear Headphones, that are under $100 that can do the job. The only question is, how clear the lows, mids, and highs are, because of that bass.

I've tried a few different over the ear headphones. All with rave reviews about their bass. I listened to them, IMO, I think they were just happy it had bass, and never really had it before or something. Because the bass wasn't really anything but normal. So, many headphones have the same basic bass, and people who don't know what real bass is, is awed by it.

I'm not a Bass Head, But I've owned my Cerwin Vega VS150's for about 25 years. To go from my Cerwin Vega's, to headphones, is just a good step down.

The Denon's are good, and I think most people would be very happy with them. I'm just to use to better quality bass. It's hard to settle for less.

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You have any recommendations then? It's about impossible to pin anyone down to get a answer. I did a ton of research for a pair that could take the place of my Cerwin Vega's at night. There were no cheap answers, or good one's for that matter. All of them, seem to be over $500. There seems to be quite a few On Ear Headphones, that are under $100 that can do the job. The only question is, how clear the lows, mids, and highs are, because of that bass.

I've tried a few different over the ear headphones. All with rave reviews about their bass. I listened to them, IMO, I think they were just happy it had bass, and never really had it before or something. Because the bass wasn't really anything but normal. So, many headphones have the same basic bass, and people who don't know what real bass is, is awed by it.

I'm not a Bass Head, But I've owned my Cerwin Vega VS150's for about 25 years. To go from my Cerwin Vega's, to headphones, is just a good step down.

The Denon's are good, and I think most people would be very happy with them. I'm just to use to better quality bass. It's hard to settle for less.
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You have any recommendations then? It's about impossible to pin anyone down to get a answer. I did a ton of research for a pair that could take the place of my Cerwin Vega's at night. There were no cheap answers, or good one's for that matter. All of them, seem to be over $500. There seems to be quite a few On Ear Headphones, that are under $100 that can do the job. The only question is, how clear the lows, mids, and highs are, because of that bass.

I've tried a few different over the ear headphones. All with rave reviews about their bass. I listened to them, IMO, I think they were just happy it had bass, and never really had it before or something. Because the bass wasn't really anything but normal. So, many headphones have the same basic bass, and people who don't know what real bass is, is awed by it.

I'm not a Bass Head, But I've owned my Cerwin Vega VS150's for about 25 years. To go from my Cerwin Vega's, to headphones, is just a good step down.

The Denon's are good, and I think most people would be very happy with them. I'm just to use to better quality bass. It's hard to settle for less.
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Here are frequency response measurements for the Denon D600:



They got some bass emphasis. So yep. I think you might need to reassess what you are

Now. Are you looking for more bass emphasis than the D600? Or better bass sound quality? Those are two different things? And if you want more bass emphasis, is it more mid bass? More sub bass?

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Oh, and this list over at Head-Fi might help in this first post:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/715697/the-...d-club-part-ii

Note that your D600s made the list
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They got some bass emphasis. So yep. I think you might need to reassess what you are

Now. Are you looking for more bass emphasis than the D600? Or better bass sound quality? Those are two different things? And if you want more bass emphasis, is it more mid bass? More sub bass?
Hmmm, I always assumed, a Bass Head is more worried about the bass, and not so much the rest of the range. I've heard some headphones, where you have bass, but it's hard to hear the words, the bass just drowns everything else out. I don't want that.

I want the Bass to have a Heavy Thump/Punch to is. If I'm watching Godzilla the movie, I want the headphones to not struggle with the amount of bass that's in that movie. I want to be able to turn them up, and feel Godzilla is rampaging in my front yard.

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Oh, and this list over at Head-Fi might help in this first post:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/715697/the-...d-club-part-ii

Note that your D600s made the list
I've read a ton of reviews on Head-Fi, and my Denon's weren't on the list when I bought them.

So, it's pretty cool, that they made the list. Hmmm, so, my headphones are for bass heads huh. I guess that makes me a Bass Head. Didn't think I was....

Like I said, they are very good, but they aren't my Cerwin Vega's.

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