Totally, but cables for those others usually aren't suited for having the left channel leads going through the headband, so you have to remove the cups and place them back on upside down so you can attach a cable in this manner.
Something that I learned last year after repairing a few M80s with a "dead" or "cutting out" left channel is that the 3.5mm jack in the headphone seems to have a somewhat poorly designed left channel tab. The contact tends to put plenty of stress on the left channel solder leg that connects to the PCB where all the wiring goes to, so if the left channel is cutting out or silent and the cable seems to be fine, then the left leg of the jack is probably broken. You just...
As I said, it is discontinued, so you have to be patient if you want to get one at a better price than those and without any extras. You can get one... eventually. Some day. Or just get a used HD600.If you simply want an accurate open-back headphone, consider AKG's K612/601 or Q701/K702 as well.
What halfinfinity said. DT770Pro 80ohm will have more bass than the 250ohm version. It's a great headphone if you want privacy and don't want to disturb others.
Otherwise, go for HD598 or Q701. I haven't tried out HD598, but Q701 and its variants rule. I have the toilet-bowl white, non-Quincy variant K701, haha.
M50 rules for a closed headphone. HD558 rules for an open one under $200, haha.
Having both might not be a bad idea.
I like DT770Pro and HD380Pro better as far as full-sized, closed-back headphones under $200. Consider that there's a few vocal haters of M50 and DT770 around here when reading impressions.
M50 also has the advantage of being more portable.
M50 has a bassy, punchy, and fun sound while HD558 is more serious, peaceful, and accurate to a degree. I...
Got a multimeter? Stick a cable in it and check continuity - which contacts lead to which of the solder tabs? Or grab a simple multimeter or continuity checker at Walmart or such, and return it when you are done, haha.