Im pretty new to the forums, and have looked over several reviews on over the ear headphones. Unfortunatly there is really no way to tell which one will be best for you unless you hear them in person.
Right now I have been on my Bose Tri-port headphones that are pretty much out of commission. The earpads are pretty much worn down to nothin. Even though I could replace the earpads, id like to see what else is out there. I really appreciate good sounding equipment - The Bose Tri-Ports are "great sounding" if you arent used to hearing things that are better - and lately ive been appreciating the sound out of my new, huge, Klipsch speakers in my home theater and would like to get really good quality headphones that are around my budget.
Ive been seeing alot of good things about open faced headphones, but those wont work for me because I mainly use them in the office which I share with another person. So closed headphones would be my only option. I was originally looking at getting the Bose QC15 or the new Klipsch M40 headphones, both of which are noise canceling but I dont need ones that necessarily perform those functions, but I would like to stay within those realms price wise (within $350).
So heres what Im looking for:
-The type of music I listen to is mainly film soundtracks (i work in the film industry), and a mix of other things ranging from post-hardcore to folk music... So I need something thats really going to make the music come alive for me when listening to these tracks. Right now listening to the Bose Tri, leaves alot to be desired, it doesnt feel alive enough, very flat.
Edit: Also, I listen to music mainly through my ipod/ipad. At home I have more... professional equipment for that ;)
Thanks in advance everyone!
Edited again for spelling failz
Edited by thefiend1 - 7/6/12 at 7:19pm