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Hello, I recently had a quick listen to a pair of beats, the larger ones, and was blown away by the sound quality and level of bass. I love my music but had never listened to a pair of good quality headphones before, so I was blown away by what I was hearing.

So here I am, asking for a good pair of headphones for less than £300.

I listen to a lot of electronic music, a fair bit of rock, and a little classical. I will sometimes be using them on a bus/ in public so some kind of noise isolation would be good, but not vital, especially if it jeopardises the sound quality.

I do hope you can help, and thank you in advance. smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by Mil0sh - 9/12/12 at 11:36am
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Hello there. Here is a really good guide for ya:

http://www.head-fi.org/a/buying-guide-headphones-by-price-range

 

One recommendation that is not on the guide and I think might fit you well is the V-Moda M-80.

I am not very good at describing sound so I recommend reading the reviews but they seeme to fit your specifications very well and the price is only around 180£.

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Originally Posted by Mil0sh View Post

Hello, I recently had a quick listen to a pair of beats, the larger ones, and was blown away by the sound quality and level of bass. I love my music but had never listened to a pair of good quality headphones before, so I was blown away by what I was hearing.
So here I am, asking for a good pair of headphones for less than £300.
I listen to a lot of electronic music, a fair bit of rock, and a little classical. I will sometimes be using them on a bus/ in public so some kind of noise isolation would be good, but not vital, especially if it jeopardises the sound quality.
I do hope you can help, and thank you in advance. smily_headphones1.gif

 

Heya,

 

And you still have not heard quality headphones. But at least you're on the path. You can get what you want for less than your budget.

 

Some suggestions:

 

Beyer DT770

Vmoda Crossfade LP-2

Ultrasone PRO 750

Shure SRH 840

AKG K550

 

Very best,

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