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a headphone suggestion for a desperate man

Poll Results: an over ear headphone that i can use on my spesific tasks

 
  • 100% (9)
    over ear
  • 0% (0)
    noise cancelation
9 Total Votes  
post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 

first of all hello to everyone i am new in forum.i have been searching for a suitable headphone for 6 months but there are too many options and i havent found one with the features i want.i have had coloud the punisher headphones which is just looking good nothing more so i hope you can help me.first i want over ear headphone because they block more sound and they are more comfortable.also i want detachable cable which is thick and strong because my old heaphones cable got broke and now i can only hear one cup.if i could buy something that has two plug in on it it would be awesome.and good sound isolation( because i have 2 brothers in house)and when im playing guitar it needs to give me a good sound also when im listenning music,playing games and wathing movies.thanks for reading bigsmile_face.gif and sorry for my english im new to it.

post #2 of 19

Do you have a price range, and do you have any musical preferences? Because there are many headphones that are over ear and block out plenty of noise, it really comes down to musical preference and price range.

post #3 of 19
Try checking out the Logitech UE 6000. They look cool, are very comfortable over the ears, have a detachable cable, a noise canceling circuit, and sound pretty darn good to boot (though they do lack a bit of treble). They're $200 though, so not sure if that's within your price range...
post #4 of 19
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Master Shake View Post

Do you have a price range, and do you have any musical preferences? Because there are many headphones that are over ear and block out plenty of noise, it really comes down to musical preference and price range.

i mostly listen metal rock blues classic and actually pretty much every music type my price range would be 150 or 200 euro thans for respond.

post #5 of 19
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by oblique63 View Post

Try checking out the Logitech UE 6000. They look cool, are very comfortable over the ears, have a detachable cable, a noise canceling circuit, and sound pretty darn good to boot (though they do lack a bit of treble). They're $200 though, so not sure if that's within your price range...

i will definetly check it thans for respond 

post #6 of 19
Thread Starter 

i looked at sony pulse headphones they look good to me what are your opinions

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post #7 of 19

Actually IEM's (in-ears) block out more noise or at least as much in general.

post #8 of 19
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by davidsh View Post

Actually IEM's (in-ears) block out more noise or at least as much in general.

yes but personally i dont find them comfy ofcourse thas my opinion thans for respond

post #9 of 19

Maybe the dt770

post #10 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by davidsh View Post

Maybe the dt770

If agree. I've been searching too and bought 4 different headphones from 200-300 and kept the DT770 as my final choice. The UE are nice too.

However you may need an amp, which will run you another $30-60 for something basic. I'd choose the E11
post #11 of 19

Just remember that the e11 cannot charge and be used at the same time

post #12 of 19
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Originally Posted by davidsh View Post

Just remember that the e11 cannot charge and be used at the same time

But it lasts like 20+ hours on a charge. Charge it before bed every night
post #13 of 19

I own the dt770 pro 80 ohm version and they sound great by themselves but they really benefit from an amp, i run mine through a fiio e7 (which is also a dac) but an e11 would work as well.

post #14 of 19
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by jm722 View Post




If agree. I've been searching too and bought 4 different headphones from 200-300 and kept the DT770 as my final choice. The UE are nice too.

However you may need an amp, which will run you another $30-60 for something basic. I'd choose the E11

thanks for respond i will definitely check it both amp and headphone 

post #15 of 19
Thread Starter 

i have fonund a deal in media markt there is just one more denon ah d1100 and they sell it half price like 89 euro they said should i buy it

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