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post #31 of 48
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Sony MDR-V6. You will not be disappointed. Transparent mids and highs, relatively flat response, musical, good bass, nothing particularly colored, well built, inexpensive, comfortable, a classic.
 

i would go for those but i am looking for something more portable

post #32 of 48

Im just assuming right now but, if you want something portable it means you will be using them on the go. From what Ive read Grado headphones are NOT on the go headphones, they have 0 isolation and leak like a speaker.

 

I will stick my my recommendation of the Noontec Zoros, they are incredible for their price, which right now is $72.99 for the red and white, and $74.99 for the black

 

http://www.amazon.com/Red-Professional-Reinforced-Technology-Headphones/dp/B007OWT1VG

 

What do you mean by technical stuff?


Edited by Aaron94 - 1/16/13 at 9:09pm
post #33 of 48
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i've tried my friends zoro's i don't like em. any other ideas?

post #34 of 48
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i've tried my friends zoro's i don't like em. any other ideas?


Sennheiser PX100/200.

post #35 of 48
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i mean EQing and flat sound

post #36 of 48

EQing means equalizing, flat sound means they are closer to a natural audio response, not emphasized in any particular areas such as bass or treble.

 

But since they are flat the equalizing comes into play quite well and they can be easily tuned to have increased bass/treble/vocals, or any other settings you may want.

post #37 of 48
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EQing means equalizing, flat sound means they are closer to a natural audio response, not emphasized in any particular areas such as bass or treble.

 

But since they are flat the equalizing comes into play quite well and they can be easily tuned to have increased bass/treble/vocals, or any other settings you may want.

oh, ok thanks do u know anything about the seinheiser 218's

post #38 of 48

Never owned them or tried them. Im still trying to figure out how you couldnt like the Zoros.

post #39 of 48
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Never owned them or tried them. Im still trying to figure out how you couldnt like the Zoros.

i almost broke em when i put them on. i have an around size 8 in hats head.

post #40 of 48

They are adjustable, and are quite flexible, honestly I think you should give them a chance.

post #41 of 48
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thanks for the help, but i can't stand wearing them

post #42 of 48
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does anybody else have any other ideas about closed headphones. especially the seinheisee 218, 228. or 238, has anybody tried those out

post #43 of 48

Like I mentioned, If you can get away with the open back design go for the Grado SR80i, and you will enjoy them right out of whatever you plug them into, without an amp or equalizer.

post #44 of 48

JVC HA-S500.
 

That is all.

post #45 of 48
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JVC HA-S500.
 

That is all.

These are a good option, But with rock music at least for me it's hit or miss.  Some sound Great most sounds average at best.  My pick:  Look at this thread.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/646321/50us-headphones-for-metal

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