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So I was looking at headphones and I really wanted to try the ath-m50 but i didnt want to spend $150 on a pair of headphones without a detachable cable. I looked further into other headphones and i really liked the sound of sennheisers so i was deciding between the hd 380's and the audio technica pro mk700. Basically, i just want headphones for movies, music, etc. that have a nice clear bass and that are comfortable that are $200 and under amd they must have a detachable cable!!!! very important HELP PLEASE


Edited by peterkim020993 - 10/4/12 at 11:38pm
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Originally Posted by peterkim020993 View Post

So I was looking at headphones and I really wanted to try the ath-m50 but i didnt want to spend $150 on a pair of headphones without a detachable cable. I looked further into other headphones and i really liked the sound of sennheisers so i was deciding between the hd 380's and the audio technica pro mk700. Basically, i just want headphones for movies, music, etc. that have a nice clear bass and that are comfortable that are $200 and under amd they must have a detachable cable!!!! very important HELP PLEASE

 

Heya,

 

Ultrasone PRO 750 (black & grey version)

Shure SRH840

Brainwavz HM5

 

Very best,

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Be aware that the MK 700's are very tight clamping and uncomfortable. They are also very unbalanced ...  heavy with muddy bass. I own a pair. They are my least favorite headphone.

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I heard a lot of great things about ultrasone headphones. Do you know why they stick out from other headphones? Now all i have to do is choose between the SRH840 and the pro 750. thank you guys for your help

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and do you need an amp for the pro 750's because i am just trying to plug them into my ipod/computer directly


Edited by peterkim020993 - 10/7/12 at 7:01pm
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I was wondering what is so special about the pro 750's and the s-logic technology

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Be aware that the MK 700's are very tight clamping and uncomfortable. They are also very unbalanced ...  heavy with muddy bass. I own a pair. They are my least favorite headphone.

What headphones would you recommend then?

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