Sorry that i had actually requested for suggestions elsewhere in a new thread in the forum before seeing this thread.
Generally, my budget is below 50 euro and i'm using ipoh shuffle to listen to musics most of the time, and sometimes with my laptop. Aspire 4810TZ. I opt for classical, acoustic, light instrumental musics and sometimes rock and music with heavy base. I will like to have a headphones rather than a earphone because i thought that headphones can actually have some noise cancellation effect compared to earphone and the built-in feature of noise cancellation is much more costly. I hope to be able to purchase online from Ireland as i could not do the audition. Noise cancellation effect seems to be appealing if it's affordable. By the way, i'm wearing specs, so i wonder if some headphones which are tight will actually cause discomfort or not.
As i have only reviewed limit choices of headphones, there are not much options for me. I will like to exclude Sony and Beat for some personal reasons. My previous post was http://www.head-fi.org/t/578786/hd201-hd203-hd228-hd238-which-one-is-more-recommended)
I had read some comments regard Koss Porta Pro Stereo Headphones, Superlux HD668B Standard Headphones, and Klipsch Image S4 Headphones and SennHeiserHD238.
Could anyone please comment on those headphones? As from (http://reviews.cnet.com/best-headphones/?tag=centerColumnArea1.0;buyAdvice), i saw that Klipsch Image S4 Headphones had topped that chart.
From amazon.co.uk, Superlux HD668B Standard Headphones has only 1 customer review, which i thought that it might have low popularity but from head-fi.org, it ranked the 6th position. So i was confused. Besides that, i couldnt find shop that allows audition for those headphones except SennHeiser here.
If i could not make up my mind, i might order Superlux HD668B from amazon, will that be recommended?
Thanks for any comments.
Edited by 777Xian888 - 11/12/11 at 4:37pm