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Hi, I'm not sure if this is the right subforum for this, but here goes. I'm participating in an engineering class at my highschool, and my partner and I built these headphones, in an attempt at making something with better than average noise isolation. As part of the requirements for the project, we're required to get feedback from experts, and I immediately thought of Head-Fi's forums. All I'm asking for is for you guys to review this powerpoint, which details our build...
Well I appreciate the reply, but its been a few months, and I picked up a pair of Philips O'Neill The Stretch headphones. I know they aren't quite up to audiophile specs, but I knew they were bassy and I picked them up for only $40, which is roughly 60% off of retail (thank god for TJ Mass). So I guess I'm good for now haha.
I appreciate the suggestions guys. I'm thinking I didn't assert myself enough  I absolutely HATE the image that Beats have created. I've listened to ATH-M50s, and I know they're a commonly suggested entry-level audiophile headset, but I'm looking for something designed like Mixrs. I've looked into the Noontec Zoros, and I like them and all, but I wanted something a little more "swively" like the Mixrs. I wasn't saying at all that I had the intention of buying...
I did a quick search and found a set of cans listed under the thread "The Basshead Club". They're called the Reloop RHP-20s. They seem to fit what I'm looking for. Anybody have a pair?
Hi,    This is my first post, so please don't rage on me too hard. I'm still new to quality headphones =P.   I'm looking to upgrade from my SOL Republic Tracks. I've had them about a year, and personally think they're great. However, I'm looking for a step up in sound quality. To be honest, I enjoy quality sound, but also prefer my headphones to be stylishly designed, and that's where the Beats Mixrs come in. I'm in love with their aesthetic appearance, but not...
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