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Hi-fi cans for rock and little bit dubstep

post #1 of 6
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Hey guys;

 

I am looking for hi-fi over ear closed headphones about 150$. Natural sound is important for me. As you see on the title i want for rock. It will be nice if it look good but not too important. 

 

Thanks for advices.

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post #3 of 6

you won't get a hifi can for 150. The HD-25 is highly recommended around here and they are said to be great for both rock and dubsteb. I would take a look at them. Good luck ;)

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Originally Posted by pokercem View Post

Hey guys;

 

I am looking for hi-fi over ear closed headphones about 150$. Natural sound is important for me. As you see on the title i want for rock. It will be nice if it look good but not too important. 

 

Thanks for advices.

 

Heya,

 

Brainwavz HM5

AKG K271 MKII

Ultrasone PRO 650

Shure SRH840

AudioTechnica A700X

Philips Uptowns

Sony MDR7506

 

Very best,

post #5 of 6

If your not looking for something that is going to pound your ears in dubstep when the bass hits your head I would say the Uptowns are a solid choice, when I had them I liked them except for that quality (at least my perspective of it, others said theirs were more than enough bass) the only real other gripe was the chord but its not a make-or-break thing in my opinion, just pesky.

post #6 of 6

Beyer DT770 is a little over your limit (depending) and you would probably love it, does have strong bass though, but probably won't have to EQ it down.

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