I need sound quality, comfort, flattest equalizer and best sound stage, and easy to drive, but improve-able by an amp. I will be using it for home and portable listening and gaming, but portability is no object.
I have heard that d2000s are delicate and should be taken care of,and that they don't isolate very well. i take care of all of my things well and everything I own lasts forever but i do not want anything that i need to consciously watch.
i am certainly not a basshead either. i just want decent impact but not anything that drowns out the rest of the sound.
Alright guys, i have been looking for a good pair of cans under 200$ usd but i do not really know what to get
They need good sound quality, good soundstage, but they have to be closed back and circumaural, but i might consider open back ones if they don't leak that badly.
they will be used for just about everything like gaming, potable listening on my Pantech Burst, and home listening on my Fiio E9.
i listen to alternative rock, classic rock, 80s and...
I want to plug my sennheisers with the detachable cable to my mobile phone and be able to answer calls. all i can find are control talk cables and lapel mic adapters.
I would fancy to not have a monster cable or a razer electra cable.
Thanks for the answer, but i don't think i will be getting any supra aural headphones because I hate that type of headphone with a passion. Personally, I am more of a fan of circumaural phones. Also i don't think they are available in the U.S. either
Self-explanatory, does that model of headphone have a detachable cord. if it doesn't, can any of you direct me to a sub 80 dollar circumaural headphones that do. I need to be able to use a in line microphone cord for my mobile phone and pc and home entertainment system.