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post #16 of 22
I've had a pair of JVC RX700's for a while now and have been really happy with them. They cost £30 ($44ish) and I haven't found fault with them so far. Don't really need an amp or DAC either (I run them off a simple hotaudio USB dac).

This is coming from someone who has owned Sennheiser HD555, HD595's and a pair of Denon D5000's.

They are quite warm/bassy, but I listen to all kinds of music and nothing has sounded bad or lacking through them. They also seal really well, no one can hear what you're listening to unless the volume is way too high.
post #17 of 22
Anyone know how well the ATH-M50 works straight out of an iPod?
post #18 of 22
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Anyone know how well the ATH-M50 works straight out of an iPod?
Works just fine. However, I noticed a slight hiss with them in my iPod touch when music wasn't playing.
post #19 of 22
They have a low impedance and high sensitivity, so I'm sure they'll be fine. I would still get something like the Fiio E5 portable amp for $20, which will make it sound better.
post #20 of 22
I would pick up a pair of ATH-ES7, you can get them on sale at J&R for $59.99
post #21 of 22
How do the 50's compare to Senn HD 448s?
post #22 of 22
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How do the 50's compare to Senn HD 448s?
I won my bid on ebay for the M50s but I would still like to hear some comparisons between these two as well. Anybody have or are familiar with both?
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