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Equation Audio rp-21 vs Audio Technica ath m50

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I am looking for an upgrade in cans.  I have been using the Sennheiser 414 classic's for a long time.  I use an Ipod classic.

I dont have a lot of money to spend around $200 dollars.

I would like to find some something that sounds good for the money.

Also I dont have any stores in my area that will let me listen to cans on the store.  I have been looking at the sennheiser 555's for a while.

The seem to have fallen out of favor with folks on the forums.

I am now trying to decide between equation audio RP-21 and Audio Technica

ATH-M-50.  Comfort is also a big factor.  These will also be used with out an amp.  I am just trying to find the best sound for the money.

thanks for any help.

Earl

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Damn I also wonder how my new ath-m50 will stack up against the rp-22's comfort wise. Any opinions?

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I have had the M-50's for just under a year and like the alot for the $$.  I listen to them about everday.  I listen to the RP-21 in a pro sound shop.  I liked the M-50 better in every aspect sound,comfort,soundstsge and bass. 

 

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