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£150 budget advice required?

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
afternoon gents
Right I have a budget of a £150 (uk pounds),this will be used with my iPad,iPod and computer and Possibly my iPhone.
I have been looking at the Bose on ears (£125) as I already have the new Bose iem,which I quite like smily_headphones1.gif although I know Bose take a bashing on here.
So what other option would suggest with a£150 price range and also what sort of specs should I be looking for.
As I already have in ears I obviously only require on ears type,smallish style like Bose
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Refer to the links in my signature my friend, and don't forget to thank the OP. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by rholo View Post

As I already have in ears I obviously only require on ears type,smallish style like Bose

 

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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

Refer to the links in my signature my friend, and don't forget to thank the OP. smile.gif

 

 

Ahem. tongue.gif

 

Anwyay, I like my Sennheiser HD 25-1 ii a lot. If you're listening to mostly rock or bassy music (techno, RnB, etc) they're fine, but not so good for orchestral or grand pieces since they sound a bit congested.

 

Have a browse of this for some other options: http://www.head-fi.org/t/433318/

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tongue.gif My apologies fellas. When sleep deprived... rolleyes.gif

post #5 of 6

JVC on ear with NC, B&W P5, V-Moda V80, DT1350, T50p and MS400.

post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 
Sorry gents I forgot to say it's mainly trance that I listen to.

Zarim most the units you have mentioned are nearly double my budget,are b&w p5 twice as good as Bose for double the money??
Edited by rholo - 9/10/11 at 10:52am
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