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post #31 of 123

I think it sounds pretty good and looks really good, if you're talking to me.

 

I'll listen to it again later.  If you like American headphones how about Koss.

post #32 of 123
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+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

thanks for the link! Its really helpful!

post #33 of 123
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how about skullcandy aviator? you heard it and you said its good, i heard it and i also think its pretty good

I like them, but a lot of people say to go with a better brand, like audio technica or v-moda. What do you think of them

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I think it sounds pretty good and looks really good, if you're talking to me.

 

I'll listen to it again later.  If you like American headphones how about Koss.

Are there any particular koss headphones you reccomend? I also heard shure is good

post #35 of 123
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the philips Uptown is quite good..check it out.

I tryed them out in a store and really liked them! But i dont know if it the best value

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I like them, but a lot of people say to go with a better brand, like audio technica or v-moda. What do you think of them

 

 

skullcandy is generally critized for being a bad brand over here but the aviator model is usually quite well liked. i dont have any audio technica or v moda headphone so i cant tell you anything about them. good luck

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skullcandy is generally critized for being a bad brand over here but the aviator model is usually quite well liked. i dont have any audio technica or v moda headphone so i cant tell you anything about them. good luck

Do u have the aviators?

post #38 of 123
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What do you guys think of fanny wang?

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Originally Posted by ilikedonkeys39 View Post

 

Are there any particular koss headphones you reccomend? I also heard shure is good

 

Koss is better than Shure in the cheap section, Shure only sounds good at the SE425 and SRH-940 level which is $250+.

 

There are several Koss classics, and newer models too, just check 'em out.

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Koss is better than Shure in the cheap section, Shure only sounds good at the SE425 and SRH-940 level which is $250+.

 

There are several Koss classics, and newer models too, just check 'em out.

ok, and what are your opinion on fanny wangs in my price range?

post #41 of 123

I'm not familiar with them.

post #42 of 123
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I'm not familiar with them.

oh, i heard some good things about them 

post #43 of 123

Fanny Wangs are a lot like Beats: Overpriced, and too bassy for most people. Bass muddies up the headphones quite a bit, ESPECIALLY with the bass booster turned on. (2001's)

post #44 of 123

 Don't go with Fanny wangs. I hated them when I tried them, definitely not good for the money you would blow.

 

 I'm also fairly young, at 15. And I know this isn't true for everyone at this age-range, but you're probably going to want something slightly stylish? Lot's of the suggestions you'll get on head-fi will be, put nicely, somewhat clunky or obtrusive. So, if you do wish to wear these at school/ in public without any chance of mockery, I would probably recommend the M80s. They look better than beats (and definitely sound better from my 30 second demo, and everything else I've heard about them), and you'll get amazing music without getting picked apart ;) Hey, kids can be mean.

post #45 of 123

i think the uptown is a very captivating can for vocals..jazz...small groupbands...

i had a fantastic 3 hours just now in a coffeejoint in a mall..:P

( not fantastic for big orchestras...its not bad....the separation is not outrageously wow-ing. :P)

but its a hundred bucks..

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