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post #181 of 406

Thanks ljokerl. I usually agree with your reviews so I guess I'll hold off on these.

 

Thank goodness.

post #182 of 406

I got my Maxells today that I ordered a week ago, I think from the same seller tc ordered from (they're based in San Diego). And while my ears still aren't quite so sensitive to the subtleties of audio, and they're fresh out of the box as of a couple hours ago, I'd have to agree with the reviews here. They sound very clear. They do leak at higher volume levels, but I don't feel the need to blast my ears anyway. Also they aren't made of titanium for sure but they feel more flexible than fragile. I'll listen to them some more later.

post #183 of 406
Thread Starter 
 
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Originally Posted by Olimoronio View Post

Aquanote, where the heck did you get the Everglide's for $15???


Yea, where?  I don't see them anywhere for under $55 lol.

post #184 of 406

I will say JVC HA-RX900 for 33 USD on amazon. Then just make a easy mod on em to tame the bass there you go. Really good.

post #185 of 406
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Originally Posted by Gigawattz View Post

I will say JVC HA-RX900 for 33 USD on amazon. Then just make a easy mod on em to tame the bass there you go. Really good.


HARX900 is over $50 on amazon :P

post #186 of 406

This whole thread is a fail! OP make up your mind for $30

post #187 of 406

I honestly can't believe this thread reached 13 pages. I didn't even bother looking at this thread during work because it was such a.. insignificant subject. Wow, just wow. Choose a random 30 dollar headphone, it's not much of a loss if you don't like it. You'll be spending MUCH, MUCH MORE later on. Trust me. 

 

Oh and +1 for Koss PortaPro. I heard them from a friend of mine, definitely a good budget headphone. It's no HD 800s, but it gets the job done well. 

post #188 of 406

Yeah I honestly thought it would never go beyond 10 pages.  Time to unsubscribe.

post #189 of 406
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Originally Posted by walyalloush View Post

This whole thread is a fail! OP make up your mind for $30


 

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Originally Posted by Endless View Post

I honestly can't believe this thread reached 13 pages. I didn't even bother looking at this thread during work because it was such a.. insignificant subject. Wow, just wow. Choose a random 30 dollar headphone, it's not much of a loss if you don't like it. You'll be spending MUCH, MUCH MORE later on. Trust me. 

 

Oh and +1 for Koss PortaPro. I heard them from a friend of mine, definitely a good budget headphone. It's no HD 800s, but it gets the job done well. 


Guys, he got the Maxells. And seriously, this is the longest thread for a budget headphone recommendation ever.

 

And I know his situation. It makes perfect sense. Kinda overkill though.

 

That cable thread I posted in got 100 responses really fast.

post #190 of 406

How is there 13 pages on $30 headphones? Have any of you guys spent less than $100 on headphones? 

post #191 of 406

lol...i never thought there were several choices for $30. 

post #192 of 406

I though there were only the Koss headphones that were decent at that price.

post #193 of 406
Quote:
Originally Posted by mralexosborn View Post

How is there 13 pages on $30 headphones? Have any of you guys spent less than $100 on headphones? 


I've never spent over $100 on headphones. Dumb luck FTW! I don't think I will soon either. My next headphones are Fostex T50RPs which are around $80.


Edited by Ishcabible - 7/29/10 at 8:27pm
post #194 of 406

"Dumb luck FTW" - Whoa I read this wayyy wrong....

post #195 of 406

this rocks, keep it going

 

btw. the Everglide´s arent crap at all!

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