First off, the most expensive pair of headphones I've ever had were $30 so I don't know much. I'm looking to get some nice head phones that have a very natural/clean sound because I'll be using them primarily for playing piano. I'll also be using them to listen to classical music. I also want them to be reasonably good at cancelling out background noise (I don't want noise cancelling though).
I'm trying to stay under $200. Based mostly off their good reviews here are my top choices as of now:
1. Audio Technica ATH M50S Monitor Headphones (not the professional ones, unless the extra price is worth it)
2. Sennheiser HD 595 Headphones
3. Fischer Audio FA-003
I'll be looking around for a while and will edit my post if I see other ones.
If anyone who likes listening to classical music could give me some input I would really appreciate it.
Edit: After doing more reading and researching product I'm pretty sure I'm going to be going for closed headphones. And I'm very sure I don't want noise cancelling.
Edit2: I bought these: Fischer Audio FA-002w Beech 8st. Thanks for all the help everyone!
Edited by Sentient - 10/20/11 at 3:06pm