I'm in the process of replacing my Panasonic RP-HTX7, which are going kaput on me after having bought them in October. I bought a Koss UR20 a couple weeks ago to replace it, but I find the sound to be vastly inferior to the RP-HTX7, even after burning them in with lengthy listening sessions, so I'm returning them. I searched around online for better headphones within my budget (30 bucks or less), and after reading some reviews, I've decided on these models as potential picks:
- Audio-Technica ATH-M30 (it's $45 on Amazon , a little outside my budget, but worth it if the quality is as good is as it's touted to be)
- Panasonic RP-HTF600-S
- JVC HARX700
I'd like to receive some input on which of these headphones you guys think will give me the best bang for my buck, and if you have suggestions for better headphones than the ones I listed, feel free to include them as well.