The better half recently decorated the living room and decided my KEF speakers were no longer a part of her colour scheme, so they have retired to the spare room to await another day, and I bought a pair of monitor audio speakers, which are ok, but nowhere near as good as my old speakers. As a compromise, I'm going to buy a pair of headphones and as I've never really had 'proper' headphones before was looking for some advice.
My set up is NAD C350 amp and NAD CD player, which are both great. I would be interested in wireless headphones, but only if I could listen in other rooms. My other half would be watching TV whilst I would be listening, so I would need them to not leak too much to distract her, not sure if that would mean going for closed or not. If my budget would only let me go with the 'line of sight' style wireless headphones, then I would prefer wired ones for the improved sound quality. My budget is around £100 could maybe stretch a bit higher. I mainly listen to folk, classical, rock etc.
Wireless will start pushing above your budget... perhaps consider splitting the budget a little and getting a small portable player (or even cd player) to use?
How about if I could stretch to £150 - £200?