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post #1 of 5
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waht is the best bet to enter in the world of open headphones...not expensive though..

must be full size...no "on the go" usage"...................

here in my place  the brands available are

                                                            Sennheiser,audio technica[i heard that the ad700 bass is non existent],phillips,panasonic,sony..

i've heard good things about beyer and ultrasone  but the are way too expensive in india almost 5 times the price in US . like if it costs 50$ ,here it would be200$....so i would avoid those certainly..

 

thanks in advance..

                                 

post #2 of 5

I got my HD558  from india, its quite decently priced over there and its a great headphone overall. I got my pair from music world :) 

post #3 of 5

Also good are the AKG Q 701 and K 701/702.

post #4 of 5

I feel like the Q701 is kinda the "default" open-back/sounstage headphone against every other one is measured... several years old and still very popular (the K701s are nine years old, wow).
 

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Originally Posted by KG Jag View Post

Also good are the AKG Q 701 and K 701/702.



 


Edited by wilky61 - 4/15/12 at 12:09pm
post #5 of 5

I really like the Beyer. It is quality top to bottom. Sparkle on the treble and good bass for an open hp..dt990. You might find some used here and in your own country if you are lucky.

 

GL!!

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