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post #91 of 102 Old 05-27-2014, 09:58 PM
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The Koss Porta Pro.

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Denon AH-D320 urban raver. Please note I have never really been interested in headphones as I have a great Klipsch home theater setup. I purchased these for my partner so she could watch her whatever it is on her phone while I watched my setup. I had to know what they sounded like and was pleasantly surprised, nowhere near as bad as I had thought. Good bass (may or may not be your thing) excellent for my music and youtube. $100 NZ they were the cheapest higher priced headphones I found.

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I just added a pair of Grado SR60i's to my collection. To anyone considering spending $30 - $40 for a pair of plastic throwaway's that won't last 3 months, it is definitely worth stretching your budget out to $60 for these Grado's. They aren't technically as good as my HD 800's, but they sound terrific and I enjoy them very much.

Seriously. I like them better than any headphone I have heard under $250. I plug them into my iPad and stream Spotify with them - I could be perfectly happy with this as my only headphone rig.
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I actually use the beats by dre studio headphones even when filming. It keeps all sound out and I can hear crisply and saves me time on editing because we can tune during filming. Definitely a stellar set, you can see our work at www.lavalandproductions.com we do video editing and recording. Honestly I remember when casio had good quality headphones.

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pioneer hdj2000 - my number one absolutely!
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I actually use the beats by dre studio headphones even when filming. It keeps all sound out and I can hear crisply and saves me time on editing because we can tune during filming. Definitely a stellar set, you can see our work at www.lavalandproductions.com we do video editing and recording. Honestly I remember when casio had good quality headphones.
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Grado SR80 - balanced bass, light and comfortable, great and deserved reputation.

Turtle Beach XP400, wireless Dolby 5.1 surround - not super comfortable, so-so fidelity, but good surround effects.

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PX 100 II !!! Portables, open cans, lovely Bass! I stayed away and stuck with Koss for a long time because I was weary of the so called "Sennheiser veil" with rolled off treble, but I love these!! Makes me curious about their 5 series Open cans (even if they are a bit more neutral)

Definitely picking up the Sony V6s, so many reviews and ravings and they're relatively cheap.

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I'll vote for Etymotic hf3 for noise cancelling, though they are not for everyone's taste as they are pretty flat... most would like them best with a decent bump in the lower frequencies... sound isolation is fantastic though, and passive to boot...

Over the ear, i love the Grado SR 60's and 80's for great budget/bang for the buck options...


On another note, headphones are tough to recommend since everyone has a different taste in what sound they like... Not to mention budget ranges are pretty important too...

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I kinda like my AKG K495's but I've found myself using my Denon AH-D7100's a bit more lately. It definitely brings a more comfortable fit when on the go or if I'm just laying in my bed listening to vinyls. The sound quality is superb.
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Sennheiser HD800. The LCD-3 is a close runner up with superior bass and more involvement in some rock/pop tracks, but loses in the good-at-everything-including-imaging stakes to the HD800.

I don't own the Stax SR-009 or the long defunct Sennheiser HE-90 (Orpheus) but both of those have been the best headphones I've listened to (on separate occasions sadly, so I can't compare them to each other directly), and better than the best of the two I own listed above.
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