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  Let me lay things out a bit clearer...   Environment: I will be using the headphones at work, the university library, on walk to campus, and at home.    Use: I will be using the headphones for music, computer games, and an occasional movie. The ratio for music to games usage is nearly 50/50, but my main concern is with music. I care more about my audio experience with music than with computer games, but do not want to suffer terribly in my gaming...
  Let me lay things out a bit clearer...   Environment: I will be using the headphones at work, the university library, on walk to campus, and at home.    Use: I will be using the headphones for music, computer games, and an occasional movie. The ratio for music to games usage is nearly 50/50, but my main concern is with music. I care more about my audio experience with music than with computer games, but do not want to suffer terribly in my gaming...
I really should split this into two categories. Portable vs Not-Portable. I feel like I may have concluded the same about the Q701, but I have not had it in me to eliminate portability and isolation. I am a college student and I spend a good deal of time in the library. Also, I'll be listening and gaming in the same room that my room mate will be watching television. So what is your opinion about  what to choose as a portable vs non portable or isolating vs open...
  Let me lay things out a bit clearer...   Environment: I will be using the headphones at work, the university library, on walk to campus, and at home.    Use: I will be using the headphones for music, computer games, and an occasional movie. The ratio for music to games usage is nearly 50/50, but my main concern is with music. I care more about my audio experience with music than with computer games, but do not want to suffer terribly in my gaming...
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  Let me lay things out a bit clearer...   Environment: I will be using the headphones at work, the university library, on walk to campus, and at home.    Use: I will be using the headphones for music, computer games, and an occasional movie. The ratio for music to games usage is nearly 50/50, but my main concern is with music. I care more about my audio experience with music than with computer games, but do not want to suffer terribly in my gaming...
  Let me lay things out a bit clearer...   Environment: I will be using the headphones at work, the university library, on walk to campus, and at home.    Use: I will be using the headphones for music, computer games, and an occasional movie. The ratio for music to games usage is nearly 50/50, but my main concern is with music. I care more about my audio experience with music than with computer games, but do not want to suffer terribly in my gaming...
The title says it all. I am interested in a portable, isolating set that serves well when listening to bluegrass and other acoustic music. I listen to artists like Punch Brothers, Iron and Wine,The Civil Wars, Glenn Hansard, The Frames, Nickel Creek, Chris Thile, and mostly other acoustic stuff. I hear great things about the HD25-1 II, and I am very close to pulling the trigger, but every time I read great things, the post is describing their use for rock, trance,...
I am interested in portable headphones and would like to know if I am looking in the right direction. I've read great things about the Sennheiser, but mostly about their ability to play rock, hip hop, metal, and such. I've not heard how they handle acoustic pieces and vocals. I listen to artists like Punch Brothers, The Civil Wars, The Frames, Iron and Wine, etc. They are very acoustic and vocal centered with little effects. Will these headphones do or are there others I...
What can you say about the etymotic hf3 vs sennheiser hd25-1 II in terms of sound alone?
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