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post #16 of 48
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Read or post in the thread I linked you to in my first response. All the gamer headphone discussion and suggestions are there.

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Headphones prefered I assume they last longer? Idk anymore holy ****.. -.-

post #21 of 48
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I seriously need to think of something before sunday...

post #22 of 48

Creative Aurvana

post #23 of 48

nah...aurvana doesnt isolate tat well.. i could here the tv n radio with this.

 

a can like hm5 isolates better...but i cant be certain its good for gaming..cos i dun play GAMES> :P

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... lol

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Anyone....

post #27 of 48

Like I said. You've been given a resource in which one person has taken the effort (and thousands of dollars) to compile a list of information that basically gives all the answers. It's up to you to read, and make a decision. If something isn't clear, ask. You simply ignoring an end-all resource tells us you aren't really serious and what you really want is this:

 

So which is it? Headphones, or a bib?


Edited by Riku540 - 9/6/12 at 10:20pm
post #28 of 48
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I don't know if a headphone or IEM would be better if I wanted average sound quality + isolation

 

I also want it to sustain and actually work for along period of time

post #29 of 48

My personal experience, IEM's provide better isolation due to the way they seal, though soundstage can feel much more cramped in comparison to full-sized closed headphones.

 

If your budget is really only $20-$30, then there are a couple low-end performers in MLE's guide that meet your criteria:

 

Koss UR40
Philips SHP2500
Sennheiser HD201

 

However, if you can afford more, there are much higher performers that are generally considered great entry-level headphones for gaming:

 

Audio-Technica M50
Creative Aurvana Live!
HiFiMAN RE0 (IEM)

post #30 of 48
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What about your recommendations for earphones or "IEM"

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