Hi, I'd like a recommendation for portable headphones under $150.
My current headphones are a 4-ish year old Sennheiser HD-595s (the earcups cracked and chipped off between the two "n"s, but they still work) and a Hifiman HE-400 that I got as a Christmas gift last year . I'm using them with an O2/ODAC combo and appreciate both pairs. My music tastes are pretty wide ranging, although I primarily listen to Kpop (which the 595's are great with) and a lot of electronic music (which I found the better bass on the HE-400 to be perfect for).
I'm looking for portable, ideally closed, headphones under $150 (could possibly stretch to $200) that work well without amplification but also would do well when plugged in to the O2/ODAC. Important factors would be comfort (I have a relatively big head), durability (I live in upstate NY, and I would like to be able to wear it outside in the cold and snow), and headphones that work well with any genre (i.e. not lacking in bass, mids, or treble). A carrying case would be nice too, as I will be primarily using this outside of my room.
I have looked at the V-moda M80, Phiaton MS-400, Ultrasone HFI-580, Denon AH-D1100, Beyerdynamic T50P/DT 1350, and Sennheiser Amperior/Momentum. Unfortunately, the Beyer and the Senns both exceed my budget.
I think the Sennheiser Momentum would be a nice pick