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Poll Results: Your top pick?

 
  • 7% (2)
    AKG K271 MKII
  • 25% (7)
    Audio Technica ATH-M50
  • 25% (7)
    Ultrasone HFI-580
  • 18% (5)
    Fostex Audio T50RP
  • 11% (3)
    KRK System KNS-8400
  • 7% (2)
    V-MODA Crossfade LP2
  • 0% (0)
    CREATIVE Aurvana Live
  • 0% (0)
    Noontec Zoro
  • 0% (0)
    Shure SRH440
  • 0% (0)
    CitiScape Uptown
  • 0% (0)
    Sennheiser HD 280
  • 3% (1)
    Sony MDR-V6
  • 0% (0)
    Koss Pro DJ100
  • 0% (0)
    Monoprice 8328
  • 0% (0)
    AKG K81DJ
27 Total Votes  
post #16 of 21

Where can you find the LP2's for $100? I thought only the originals LP's went below $100 (on Amazon). For the LP2's, that might be a pretty good deal!

post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by jwusoccer View Post

If you can stretch your budget to 150, the vmoda m80s are pretty great for the price, and they are built better than anything i have ever used. You can throw them in your bag without a case and they won't be breaking anytime soon. I was never a big fan of the m50s, and the m80s blew them away. Imo, the best two headphones in that price range are the m80s and the sennheiser hd-25s, depending on what sound signature you like more. The hd-25s to isolate much better than the m80s though, as they are completely closed and clamp tighter, whereas the m80s have a small vent inside them. Still, they don't really leak unless you're playing really loud.

I was looking at the m80s. They look pure awesome... and completely on the other end the 25's look kinda cheaply made. 

post #18 of 21
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Santina View Post

Where can you find the LP2's for $100? I thought only the originals LP's went below $100 (on Amazon). For the LP2's, that might be a pretty good deal!

ebay had a few used ones. 

post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by zantaff View Post

 

That's such a wide range.... XD

When I'm in the zone, electronic keeps me focused. Chillin out, I'll listen to a little Classic Rock or replay the recordings our Brass Quintet made. Often I'll pop in the 'ol musical or two.  

I play the Tuba and Bass, so I really tune into those low patterns. That's why I was looking for the headphones to have a solid low end.  

 

You wont find that on the HD280 also its the most uncomfortable phone i can think about, followed by the Hd205

post #20 of 21
Getting back to Philips, is the citiscape Uptown worth it for $50? Found some at a bargain store at that price...

JJ
post #21 of 21

Fostex because you can mod them later on...

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