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post #31 of 103

If your looking for great style but a kinda not really good sound quality  then the skullcandy hesh 2's -colors- white or rasta. all for round 60 bucks. but all the money goes towards style not sound quality

post #32 of 103

The new JVCs look pretty awesome and reportedly sound amazing. see here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/621063/the-new-jvc-ha-s500-40mm-carbon-nanotubes

 

edit: see everyone beat me to it :p


Edited by TK277 - 8/15/12 at 11:42am
post #33 of 103
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Originally Posted by Mr Newyear View Post

Not very well...

Read this article:
http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/inexpensive-and-terrific-noontec-zoro

Um no? If you actually read my post, you'd see that I was telling him to get the jvc s500 not the noontec...and to answer your question, they isolate fairly well. Not the best but good enough for public transportation. These are seriously the best portable headphones you can get for the money. They beat the creative aurvana live, the vmoda m80 and various other headphones that cost 2 to 3 times more. Just click on the link TK posted and you'll see what everyone thinks about these. I say don't waste your time on other headphones and just get these. You won't regret it.
Edited by Icy56 - 8/15/12 at 1:47pm
post #34 of 103

Ugh saw three people with a Beats headphone at Starbucks today. How do they listen to music out of that muddy piece of necklace? 

post #35 of 103

I never recommend this but since you care about what others think get a pair of fake Beats Pro or Solo HD. Looks decent and if they get jacked you won't be out much. $30 will get you either and they have ok sound.

post #36 of 103
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Originally Posted by Rocko1 View Post

I never recommend this but since you care about what others think get a pair of fake Beats Pro or Solo HD. Looks decent and if they get jacked you won't be out much. $30 will get you either and they have ok sound.

+1 here. I just did this, and I have to say, I was quite surprised. Here is a pair that really is worth the money: http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-on-ear-Earphones-famous-Headset-For-PC-Mp3-Mp4-i-pod-/180953201006?pt=US_Headphones&hash=item2a21a6b96e#ht_512wt_1271

 

Sounds almost exactly like the real deal, and looks like it too. If you have any questions, PM me!

post #37 of 103
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Originally Posted by Icy56 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr Newyear View Post

Not very well...

Read this article:
http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/inexpensive-and-terrific-noontec-zoro

Um no? If you actually read my post, you'd see that I was telling him to get the jvc s500 not the noontec...and to answer your question, they isolate fairly well. Not the best but good enough for public transportation. These are seriously the best portable headphones you can get for the money. They beat the creative aurvana live, the vmoda m80 and various other headphones that cost 2 to 3 times more. Just click on the link TK posted and you'll see what everyone thinks about these. I say don't waste your time on other headphones and just get these. You won't regret it.

My bad I was talking about the noontech. I understood that you were talking about the JVCs, but in the last sentence, I believe the OP asked if the noontechs isolated well, so I responded. If the OP was referring to the JVCs, then it was all a big misunderstanding. 

post #38 of 103
Senn HD202. Sleek looking, sound great with anything, no amp needed, best of all under $30. If you have a big head it can be a bit tight but the band is plastic so with some boiling water you can fit as desired. Be sure to remove the earpieces though!
post #39 of 103
Thread Starter 

um so thanks everyone for all the suggestions but im really confuse now. Like there are so many options 

 

how do the jvc compare the the m50? and i dont really want to go with fake beats because.. well that just seems wrong, and i dont really like the look of most skullcandy, it just looks really cheap.

post #40 of 103
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Originally Posted by ilikedonkeys39 View Post

um so thanks everyone for all the suggestions but im really confuse now. Like there are so many options 

how do the jvc compare the the m50? and i dont really want to go with fake beats because.. well that just seems wrong, and i dont really like the look of most skullcandy, it just looks really cheap.

I personally didn't like the m50s. They are over hyped in my opinion and they aren't very good for portable use. They are pretty big and isolation is just meh. I think you'd enjoy the jvc's much more.
post #41 of 103

I would get the pioneer hdj-500r. You could get them used for around 70 and they are over ear. If your looking for something cheaper I would definitely go the koss route.

post #42 of 103
Thread Starter 

i think im probobly gonna get some used beats studios for $150 because they sound ok and they are really cool, also at school i could tell people how much they suck and sence i own a pair they cant be like "You can even afford them" or whatever haha

post #43 of 103
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by poe8130 View Post

I would get the pioneer hdj-500r. You could get them used for around 70 and they are over ear. If your looking for something cheaper I would definitely go the koss route.

naw i dont think those would work

post #44 of 103
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by poe8130 View Post

I would get the pioneer hdj-500r. You could get them used for around 70 and they are over ear. If your looking for something cheaper I would definitely go the koss route.

naw i dont think those would work

post #45 of 103

Get fake beats.. no joke. 

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