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Headphone Help13th Apr 2012, 18:52 #1
Hey Daft Club. I have been wanting to get a pair of proper over the ear headphones for quite a while now, but I don't really know much about them. From my time spent lurking around I know that a lot of you guys have tech and musical knowledge, so I was wondering if you had any advice on what a good purchase would be.
I don't produce or DJ or anything like that, so I don't want anything that high tech (not that I could afford it anyway), just something that will get me a good quality of sound
I'm looking for something in the region of £30-£50/$45-$80. If I'm an idiot to think I can get high quality for that price then let me know.
Any advice will be much appreciated. Thanks
Re: Headphone Help13th Apr 2012, 21:04 #2
This might be a bit much but I just bought my 2nd pair of audio technic a ath-m50 headphones for less than US $100. They are monitoring headphones which might not be what you are looking for but their sound is pretty good considering the retail value is $250
Re: Headphone Help14th Apr 2012, 11:51 #6
Same here, but for a "nomad" use... What do you guys have got to listen to music in the subway or in the street?
Re: Headphone Help14th Apr 2012, 12:13 #7
They are in ear, noise isolating earphones. They have really good quality sound, and really good noise isolation, considering they are earbuds. And i bought mine for about $50 online, and take into consideration that everything costs more, even online, in australia.Thomas Bangalter on EDM - "Maybe it's just one guy called Eric David Morris."This is the alcohol your son has been killed by an police.
Re: Headphone Help14th Apr 2012, 14:29 #8
I have fun short mixes that you will probably like right here
Re: Headphone Help15th Apr 2012, 22:54 #9
Thanks for the responses guys. However, I think that the Audio Technicas are a bit out of my budget, and probably more than I'm looking for. I am thinking of going for the Sennheiser HD 202s if anybody knows about them. The reviews seem to be quite good for the price.
Re: Headphone Help17th Apr 2012, 03:57 #10Soundcloud
I promise I'll get to using that thing sometime
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