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post #16 of 238

To be fair.. Monster does make good IEMs... namely the Turbines... and probably only the Turbines... 

anything that has a celebity behind is often bad...Q701 is an exception... but that was just AKG's attempt to revive their decade old model..

post #17 of 238

For sure, I hear nothing but excellent things about Turbines. It's other celebrity lines they produce. 

post #18 of 238

true ,the isolation should and is an advantages when you are in a noisy environment,although i noticed it not leak very much,and to be an open headphone with soundstage and bass reproduction noble of hi-fi level,better if with a good amp.anyway,one of these days i will hear them in those everyday old engine autobuses i take,to see how they leak and how do they play ACDC!

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Listening to: therion-theli

post #19 of 238
Thread Starter 
Wow guys. I'm very aware that there are other better sounding headphones like I said in my first post. None of you have answered my question yet. And I AM buying these headphones for mostly FASHION, I understand that. I just wanted to know out of the three specific ones I listed, which would be the best for the kind of music I said I listen to. AND NO, I don't care about anything else.
post #20 of 238

Buy cheap fakes to look good, then use whatever's left on something that's actually half-decent.

post #21 of 238
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Originally Posted by e19650826 View Post

To be fair.. Monster does make good IEMs... namely the Turbines... and probably only the Turbines... 

anything that has a celebity behind is often bad...Q701 is an exception... but that was just AKG's attempt to revive their decade old model..



The Miles Davis are good too :), both the tributes and trumpets. 

post #22 of 238

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Originally Posted by coolio86 View Post

Wow guys. I'm very aware that there are other better sounding headphones like I said in my first post. None of you have answered my question yet. And I AM buying these headphones for mostly FASHION, I understand that. I just wanted to know out of the three specific ones I listed, which would be the best for the kind of music I said I listen to. AND NO, I don't care about anything else.


Metalcore, screamo and Hard rock won't sound great with any of those... But if not the Studio looks the best. 

post #23 of 238

I say just get flashy $5 store earbuds and use the rest for whatever shiny stuff teenagers like to wear about these days to attract members of the opposite sex.

post #24 of 238

I had the Soul SL99s and i found them to be quite good, at the very least better than the beats.

post #25 of 238


I haven't listened to the chambers but souls vs beats go with soul I found their sound (sl150) better than any beats include solo studio pro. 

But if you really go with fashion only I don't think there is any reason not to go with v-moda m80 or lp2 if you are bass head but I prefer m80

custom shield, celebrity, more over the design suit your bill well 

take a look and decide for yourself 

v-80_laying_on_case_square_web__65972_zoom.jpg

 

Ps: You can also show off by the case and how durability they are by try to twist the headband 

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Originally Posted by coolio86 View Post

Wow guys. I'm very aware that there are other better sounding headphones like I said in my first post. None of you have answered my question yet. And I AM buying these headphones for mostly FASHION, I understand that. I just wanted to know out of the three specific ones I listed, which would be the best for the kind of music I said I listen to. AND NO, I don't care about anything else.


 


Edited by xzobinx - 3/25/12 at 7:44am
post #26 of 238

Then what about the b&w p5? they sound really good, they are made for portable use, they are made from new zealand lamb skin leather,aluminium and stainless steel, they look great, and they come in black and white colors.

post #27 of 238

but the beats are terrible, and the souls are barable but the vmoda m80s sound better than both and they look good. what about looking at other "fashion" headphones like the vmoda m80s or v80s, the sennheiser adidas hd25, the b&w p5 (my personal favorite) and there are probably a few I am forgetting 

 


Edited by SONIC BOOM - 3/25/12 at 9:19am
post #28 of 238

This guy likes the Chambers the best out of all the hip-hop cans. I like the more relaxed look of these than both the Beats, Souls and (super ugly, yet-to-be-mentioned) Sync. Add the bling factor of white LED lights on the earcups that move along to the beat of the music and I think we have our winner.

http://www.soundandvisionmag.com/blog/2012/03/21/review-wesc-chambers-rza-headphones

Seriously, though, get some V-Modas and spring for some custom plates. Here are what mine look like.

CustomShieldsV-80.jpg

post #29 of 238


Ah... forgot about those... because they are always mentioned with the Turbines, I sometimes think they are part of the Turbine seriestongue.gif
 

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The Miles Davis are good too :), both the tributes and trumpets. 



 


Edited by e19650826 - 3/25/12 at 10:28am
post #30 of 238

I don't  get why people buy mainstream fashion headphones for looks anyway, I have 2 friends that have beats and no one gives a crap about them, everytime I walk around with my grados I get asked about them everywhere I go. And doesn't the whole point of buying them for looks hit the pavement when a million other people have the same exact headphones you have? People are going too notice you if you are have something that looks different and unique, not something everyone and there unborn children have.

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