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Best Circumaural, Noise Isolating Headphones With Good Bass?

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I have been doing a lot of research. I have looked into Sennheiser HD 439 but a lot of reviews say that Sennheiser is not known for bass. Just good quality sound. I will not be using a sound card or amp. I will plugging these headphones straight into my iPhone. I listen to dubstep and remixes and i like to blast my music. Does anyone know a good headphone thats over the ear, comfortable to have on for an hour, durable, great bass, noise isolating and under $150?

 

Beats are too expensive. 

Sennheiser is comfortable but doesn't have good bass apparently.

Audio technica has slightly better bass but they're uncomfortable.

Grado isnt a good looking pair of cans to me, the aesthetics aren't my type.

 

 THIS ISNT WHAT I THINK. These are just what i see in reviews.

 

SO can anyone find me a good pair of headphones with the following features?

-Circumaural

-Good sound quality / bass

-Comfortable ( no pain, ears don't sweat, etc.)

-Good looking

-Somewhat Portable ( I'm not going to be exercising, but I want to bring them around with me, so maybe collapsible or comes with a case?)

-Obviously has to fit into my iphone

-Durable/Good quality ( not flimsy plastic, not a thin cord)

-Also i don't like the "Y" cord, I prefer a single sided cable)

-$150 or less

 

If you can find a headphone that best fits this description I would be very thankful.

 

For the "looks" what i find decent or attractive are basic designed headphones like sennheiser, bose( although too expensive) and the ugly ones (IMO) grado, schure, and beyerdynamic. I DONT MEAN TO TRASH YOUR FAVORITE HEADPHONES. I really hope you guys can help me. 

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Shure**

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by good bass i mean bassy. not flabby, boring dull flat bass

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What about Audio Technica ATH es7

 

They are pretty beautiful cans, portable, with good bass and probably a lack of mids, but people are happy with them.

 

What are your opinion about them? Im new here, this is my first post, actually. Hi everyone.

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