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post #76 of 103
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Originally Posted by Huntersluch View Post

I'd say try the Philips Citiscape "Downtown". Even though the price is $30.00 above your range.

Those are the brown ones right? I forget which model is which. But those offered surprisingly nice noise isolation and a very good soundstage for a closed headphone. I was impressed, and the sound quality was actually quite good too! 

post #77 of 103
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Those are the brown ones right? I forget which model is which. But those offered surprisingly nice noise isolation and a very good soundstage for a closed headphone. I was impressed, and the sound quality was actually quite good too! 


Both the Downtown and Uptown have brown and purple models (I think they also have a white one too, but not 100% sure.)

post #78 of 103
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Originally Posted by CashNotCredit View Post


Both the Downtown and Uptown have brown and purple models (I think they also have a white one too, but not 100% sure.)

Only the Downtown's have the purple option. They both have white and brown/black colors. I love my Uptown's!

post #79 of 103
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Originally Posted by NimbleTurtle View Post

Those are the brown ones right? I forget which model is which. But those offered surprisingly nice noise isolation and a very good soundstage for a closed headphone. I was impressed, and the sound quality was actually quite good

 

they are the on ear ones

post #80 of 103
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Originally Posted by TuckYou91 View Post

why would you buy used beats for 150...might as well buy fakes

i thought your budget was 70 and under not 150

if they are for the school bus your "used beats" will break in your backpack quicker than any of the other headphones suggestions

IMO the beats dont look "super cool" and the b on the cups stand for b1tch because thats all you are for buying their products

well originaly i wanted to get some cheap ones but now i want beats to use and ive tried them in stores so i know they are comfy and stuff

post #81 of 103

http://www.eforchina.com/product/default!view.do?id=98495

Here. Make an account to get the fake beats if you please. There are some fake Studios for like ten bucks.

post #82 of 103

But will it blend?

post #83 of 103
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Originally Posted by L-G-C View Post

http://www.eforchina.com/product/default!view.do?id=98495

Here. Make an account to get the fake beats if you please. There are some fake Studios for like ten bucks.

Link won't work, product not available and their site is terrible. Ugh, Y U NO WORK, CHINA WEBSITE?!?!

post #84 of 103
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Originally Posted by ilikedonkeys39 View Post

well originaly i wanted to get some cheap ones but now i want beats to use and ive tried them in stores so i know they are comfy and stuff

Beats aren't that comfy. Sennheiser's are really comfy.

post #85 of 103

 

I think these look really cool. 

 

http://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-HD-202-Professional-Headphones/dp/B003LPTAYI/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

post #86 of 103
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Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post

Beats aren't that comfy. Sennheiser's are really comfy.


If you like your head being put in a vice grip, then yes, Sennheiser's are very, very comfy.

post #87 of 103
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If you like your head being put in a vice grip, then yes, Sennheiser's are very, very comfy.

Well the not the 280's, but the HD 439 is very comfortable. 

post #88 of 103
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Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post

Well the not the 280's, but the HD 439 is very comfortable. 

I guess it kinda depends on head size. I have a pretty massive dome, so I guess that's why they (the 280s, 650s, 205s and 201s) weren't very comfortable to me.

Having said that, the 439 does look pretty comfy.

post #89 of 103
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Originally Posted by CashNotCredit View Post

I guess it kinda depends on head size. I have a pretty massive dome, so I guess that's why they (the 280s, 650s, 205s and 201s) weren't very comfortable to me.

Having said that, the 439 does look pretty comfy.

I'm a girl so I guess my head isn't that big! :)

post #90 of 103

V-MODA M-80 if you can stretch your budget.

 

Otherwise:

Audio-Technica ATH-SJ5

AKG K81DJ

Panasonic RP-HTX7

 

The M-80 sounds the best and looks the best (in white or black) IMO.

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