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Help a newcomer with a headphones discussion.

post #1 of 5
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Which are better headphones? The Shure SCL3 or the SCL4? I can get either or at a really good deal. I usually listen to rap or rock and movies.

Any help would be great!
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well, im going to tell you this. Both are are wonderful headphones, both are bass light. So these would not be a good choice for rap at all. For rock, they are more than sufficient. SCL4 being the better choice.

Other things to look at are those Nuforce headphones, or if you have a tad more money.. The Klipsch Image X10, which I absolutely for these types music.
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Originally Posted by ThePandemonium View Post
well, im going to tell you this. Both are are wonderful headphones, both are bass light. So these would not be a good choice for rap at all. For rock, they are more than sufficient. SCL4 being the better choice.

Other things to look at are those Nuforce headphones, or if you have a tad more money.. The Klipsch Image X10, which I absolutely for these types music.
well I'm willing to spend up to $80 on headphones, and $80 for Shure seemed like a great deal.
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well I'm willing to spend up to $80 on headphones, and $80 for Shure seemed like a great deal.
Just say yes.

It's probably the best $80 you'll spend for the next year, considering the huge markdown on these.
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Just say yes.

It's probably the best $80 you'll spend for the next year, considering the huge markdown on these.
x2, the SCL3/4 at 60/80 is certainly a steal since they're really competing in the $100-$200 category imo.
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