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post #16 of 123

The v-moda cross fade LP is $120 in amazon right now. It's a bit of a bassead headphone. 

post #17 of 123

You don't really need to avoid Skullcandy, the Uprock and Mix Master Mike are good headphones, but you should get an isolating IEM, how about Vsonic R04.

post #18 of 123
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The v-moda cross fade LP is $120 in amazon right now. It's a bit of a bassead headphone. 

yeah im looking at that im going to see if reviews say its good or not

post #19 of 123
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im more looking for on ear or over ear headphones

post #20 of 123
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i really like the audio tehnica m50 but they dont have a lot of features that other headphones have, like multipal cables, volume controls, ect

post #21 of 123

the philips Uptown is quite good..check it out.

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the philips Uptown is quite good..check it out.

 

I keep hearing about those Philips headphones...I really want to give a listen sometime. I had no idea they even made headphones. 

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post #24 of 123
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the philips Uptown is quite good..check it out.

i tryed out the uptowns and dont really like them, but i do like the downtowns, what do u think of them

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How about this one... http://www.krksys.com/krk-headphones/kns-6400.html

ive never heard of those

post #26 of 123

That's because they're made for studios.  There's a lot of good studio equipment out there which you never see.

post #27 of 123
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That's because they're made for studios.  There's a lot of good studio equipment out there which you never see.

oh, are they better than the audio technica m50? poeple say those are the best for your money?

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oh, are they better than the audio technica m50? poeple say those are the best for your money?

+1. However I personally don't like them because my music involves a lot of vocals and that's the downside of the m50. The bass simply overpower the mid too much. But I think you'll do fine since you listen to pop, hip hop, etc.

You may want to check out this thread, though.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/433318/shootout-102-portable-headphones-reviewed-panasonic-rp-htf600-added-04-29-12

post #29 of 123

I haven't heard the M50 but Audio Technica is one of the best if not THE best headphone company out there so I'm sure it's good...

post #30 of 123

how about skullcandy aviator? you heard it and you said its good, i heard it and i also think its pretty good

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