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post #46 of 57
Senn HD497 for $35 or so. Great bass!
post #47 of 57
Best bang for the buck without a doubt in my mind:
AKG K1000 and JVC HP DX1000 a close second.
post #48 of 57
Grado SR-80
post #49 of 57
I would say a K240 Sextett... Really nice sound quality for ±$100
post #50 of 57
OP, you should have put a dollar amount for this topic to make sense.
post #51 of 57
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Originally Posted by Jim McC View Post
OP, you should have put a dollar amount for this topic to make sense.
Any price is fine as long as it's a good value, that's why he didn't include a price structure.
post #52 of 57
What about Philips HP910 for $50?
post #53 of 57
Philips SHL9500. If you ask me these things are a steal for $13.00. I just saw them on sale at Target and they looked pretty nice and work well for a cheap throw around travel pair. They have a nice crisp sound, decent bass, and are comfortable.
post #54 of 57
Portapros
and Grado SR60s
post #55 of 57
Thread Starter 
thank you all for the helpful replies.

to those who say ksc75, px100, and sr60/sr60i, to what more expensive headphones would you compare their sound to?
post #56 of 57
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Originally Posted by Syahmi View Post
thank you all for the helpful replies.

to those who say ksc75, px100, and sr60/sr60i, to what more expensive headphones would you compare their sound to?
I would compare ksc75 to an MS1, like MS1-"lite," px100 to an HD600-"lite," and sr60i to... ? Not sure. Maybe some higher end grado, like a 325i.
post #57 of 57
Koss Portapros, bringing your music out of the cave you call closed phones.
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