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post #91 of 186
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woah. Big and wooden :D

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Originally Posted by leoniedelt View Post

woah. Big and wooden :D

 


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post #93 of 186

Now now gentlemen, there is a lady in our mists so, let's show some discretion.


Edited by Digital-Pride - 8/9/11 at 2:31pm
post #94 of 186
Thread Starter 

bwahahaha!

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post #96 of 186
Thread Starter 

Hmm. They sound nice but aren't entirely comfy and have a cheap feel to them... i'm not sure.

post #97 of 186

You will make an excellent 1-sentence reviewer ;)

 

Edit: If you take away "Hmm."

post #98 of 186
Thread Starter 

bwahaha! well i was trying to summarise what i read... i'm a bit put off them, if only for comfort purposes. Am thinking of raiding a Dixon's tomorrow (not in the riot / looting sense) to try on everything they have, and find a model i like...

post #99 of 186

Very picky customer

 

Needs help

 

Buying

 

 

You are true to your words ;) just kidding... I hope once you've 'raided' the store you won't walk away empty-hearted.

post #100 of 186
Thread Starter 

well, i hope the thread title was spot on, i'm a flipping picky customer! Yeah, if that doesn't work i'll go play with all the models in Pcworld too..

post #101 of 186
Thread Starter 

okay, can anyone suggest any older models worth having second hand? i see lots of different older stuff on ebay...

post #102 of 186

watch out for fakes of certain headphones on ebay.

 

 

If you want to score a bargain on ebay, use an automatic sniping service on several headphones at once.

 

Haven't done it myself but it should work.

 

 

 

post #103 of 186
How does "picky customer needs help buying" turn into something so off topic. Every time.smily_headphones1.gif
post #104 of 186
Thread Starter 

right, so have i committed Head-fi sacrilege?

 

I went to Pcworld/Currys in Birmingham today, tried on all their models, and fell in love with......

 

 

 

 

 

Bose AE2.

 

Best comfiest fit out of ALL their models. The sound is LESS important to me than the fit - and they sounded fine, better than my sonys 570LPs...

post #105 of 186


 

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Bose AE2.

 

Best comfiest fit out of ALL their models. The sound is LESS important to me than the fit - and they sounded fine, better than my sonys 570LPs...


Wow, are you buying them? 

 

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