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My local Best Buy had the 950's on display but I could only listen to the demo tracks, unfortunately they didn't have the 650's so I could compare the two. I like the bass on the 950's and they're really comfortable; but I'm not sure how accurate of a listening session it was
Thanks for responding; I already have the Solo2 Wireless haha. They don't have enough bass for me, in fact, they have a similar amount of bass to my HD598's. I am going to look into those Sony's though!
To give a frame of reference, I have a pair of Beats Solo 2's and Sennheiser HD598's. I like the way the Sennheisers sound, but I'm looking for something closed back and bass heavy. Preferably supra-aural because I'm going to be using them to work out with.   Edit: I'm trying to stay under $200 if possible
I've got a pair of Solo 2's that I use every day since I got them.The build quality is really good, despite the fragile appearance. I believe the frame is made of metal on the inside. These things can take a small amount of abuse. I've thrown them into my backpack and no scuffs here! Granted, I do take good care of my electronics, but these cans feel pretty solid. Do you have a Best Buy or Apple store or anything near you where you can see them in person? That would give...
Thank you for the response. I am looking for supra aural headphones though. Which is why I was looking at the Solo 2's. I have a pair of circum aural headphones that I use in my dorm room. I have demo'd the Momentums, though, but I don't prefer those or the momentum on ear's.
I'm currently thinking about the Beats Solo 2's since they got really good reviews, but I'm not entirely sure. I listen to pretty much all genres of music. I'm basically just looking for portable headphones with more comfort and bass (and equivalent or better sound quality) than the XS.
I'm trying to find something that sounds as close to those as possible. Looking for crisp clear sound, great bass, but good all rounders. I listen to all types of music; comfort is one of my priorities. I'd like to keep the price as low as possible, but at this point, I'm just searching around, so anything is possible.
I'm hunting around for a good headset for use with an Xbox One. Trying to keep the price below $200 (this includes used pricing). I was thinking about buying some Astro A40's, the 2013 edition with the new mixamp. I want it to have a built in microphone, and of course it should be comfortable. Also, I don't want a lot of sound leakage, so closed back would be best. Anyone have experience with gaming headsets and could help me out?
I am just wondering how these would fare out with movies and video games; if they'd be alright or if their sound signature would be annoying for them.
I just went through multiple articles about real vs fake ones and I'm positive I have real ones
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