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post #1 of 41
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Hi, Im new in the forum and I want help from you to choose a headphone (max $200) to be my first real headphone... Im almost getting the HD 595 of sennheiser... Do you have another one to me ? I listen to eletronic music and music like jack johnson ...

 

Thank You all !

post #2 of 41
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Originally Posted by daniel9878 View Post

Hi, Im new in the forum and I want help from you to choose a headphone (max $200) to be my first real headphone... Im almost getting the HD 595 of sennheiser... Do you have another one to me ? I listen to eletronic music and music like jack johnson ...

 

Thank You all !


Heya,

 

Panasonic RP-HTF600 with Velor Pads

Beyer Dynamic DT770 PRO or DT990 PRO

Ultrasone HFI 580

Roc Nation Aviators

Denon D2000 (used)

 

Very best,

post #3 of 41

The HD-595 is a great headphone.  The Creative Aurvana Live headphone is another one that is quite nice for the price.  If you want something really well built the Audio Technica ATH-M50 is often praised as best in its price point.  I own a pair of M50's and liked them for years until I upgraded to the AH-D2000 by Denon.

 

The Fischer Audio FA-003 is another can that has a laid back and slightly dark sound which works well for Electronic music.

 

Here is some new music to try as well:

http://www.negativeformat.com/v2/sounds.php

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Originally Posted by MalVeauX View Post

Heya,

 

Panasonic RP-HTF600 with Velor Pads

Beyer Dynamic DT770 PRO or DT990 PRO

Ultrasone HFI 580

Roc Nation Aviators

Denon D2000 (used)

 

Very best,



Add the HFI 780 to the list for a more balanced sound and this is a perfect list.

post #5 of 41
Thread Starter 

Thank You All for the comments... But could you please rank these(below) in a scale 0 to 10 in sound quality, islolating and confort?

 

Senn HD 595

Beyerdynamic DT 770-PRO

Beyerdynamic DT 990

Panasonic RP-HTF600

Ultrasone HFI-580

and this http://www.amazon.com/Skullcandy-Nation-Aviator-Over-Ear-Headphones/dp/B003YL3L9Y/ref=pd_sim_e1

 

 

THANK YOU SO MUCH =)

post #6 of 41
Thread Starter 

Ok, guys, what you think:

 

ATH M50, Senn HD 595 or Beyerdynamic DT 990 in sound quality?

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Originally Posted by daniel9878 View Post

Ok, guys, what you think:

 

Beyerdynamic DT 990 in sound quality?



I assume you're talking about the 32ohm version right? where are you plugging them to? 

post #8 of 41
Thread Starter 
On my ipod, android phone and on my pc
post #9 of 41

i just recommended these in another thread, but i hear the hd25-1 ii's are pretty good for electronic, and also fit your budget.

post #10 of 41

The Ultrasones are great for electronic music. try some models like the Pro/PL-650, and for more bass the Pro-900.

post #11 of 41

+1

 

I like my hfi-780s for electronic......

My brother has a pair of m50s too, and they are also great for the price imo.......

post #12 of 41
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Originally Posted by Snag1e View Post

+1

 

I like my hfi-780s for electronic......

My brother has a pair of m50s too, and they are also great for the price imo.......


Wich is better?
post #13 of 41

They sound different, but I would have trouble saying one is "better" than the other.  I think the m50s are a bit more comfortable than the 780s. The ultrasones have a brighter sound than the m50s do, and maybe slightly less bass quantity.... The m50s also seem to be slightly easier to drive, although both will be fine without an amp..... I honestly think you would be happy with either of them =D

post #14 of 41
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Snag1e View Post

They sound different, but I would have trouble saying one is "better" than the other.  I think the m50s are a bit more comfortable than the 780s. The ultrasones have a brighter sound than the m50s do, and maybe slightly less bass quantity.... The m50s also seem to be slightly easier to drive, although both will be fine without an amp..... I honestly think you would be happy with either of them =D


Thank you, but what you think of M50 for eletronic music (dubstep and trance) ?  And have you ever heard the hd 595?

 

post #15 of 41

I think that for the price the m50s are great for dubstep, I haven't listened to as much trance through them, but what I have has sounded good to me. Unfortunately I have not heard the 595s, so I can't really help there.... 

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