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I tried out the HFI-550's about 6 months ago at Sam Ash (the black ones w/ the yellow Ultrasone Logo on the side of teh cans). They were $159, but I saw them on B&H tonight for $110 w/ free shipping.
I've been away from the world of headphones for quite a while and have been happy with my Sony mp3 player and Koss KSC-75's, but I'm looking to get back into full size cans and wondered what good closed cans I should pick up. I'd like them to sound good unamped, and preferably for them to be comfy to wear while laying down. I'd like to keep the price at $125-150. I listen to mainly rock music. So what should I go for? As far as closed cans, I've had Sony...
Looking for a pair of AKG K141S-- the ones with the gold earcups, from just before the redesign and release of the K141S MkII. Or a pair of K240S or Sennheiser HD25SP's for a good price. PM me if you have a pair that you're looking to sell. thanks! J.
Looking for a blue Sony D-NE300 pcdp in excellent condition. I'm sure someone has to have one laying around somewhere that's not getting any use. If so, please PM me and let me know, thanks! Josh
item has been sold. thanks!
Quote: Originally Posted by Nocturnal310 Why dont u checkout the HD205 ? they are the portable version of HD25... sound quality might be little less but thats cause they are 32 ohm low impedance. they are as tough as HD25sps.. A DJ recommended them to me. When you say they're like the portable version of the HD25, do you mean consumer portable (rather than professional)? The HD25SP's are already small (smaller than the HD205's, actually). ...
Quote: Originally Posted by monolith You can get Beyerdynamic DT-770/80s for 4125 used, and they're built like tanks and sound excellent. Had them before, but they definitely need an amp. I also want something w/ cups small enough that I can lay down & listen to music, and the Beyers are just a bit big for that.
Quote: Originally Posted by iGig omg appar111, I remember years ago you were looking for the 25sp, then I left HF for a few years, I come back and you're asking about the same headphones? I thought you already had these??? sorry for my useless post, I hope you find the hp of your dreams. Funny how things come full circle, huh? Yeah, I had the 25SP's for a while a couple years ago, they weren't as bad as everyone says (at least not...
Guitar Center here in Columbus, OH has them for $99 as their regular price.
Looking for a pair of closed cans that sound good unamped w/ portable sources and that can really take a beating. These will be my summer cans, and will be stuffed in a backpack, left in a car, tossed around, cranked w/ volume, etc. and I need something that can really hold up. My budget is $125. My default would be the HD25SP (not sure what the difference is between those and the new HD25SP-II), but also noticed that Ultrasone has the HFI-450, which has a $99...
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