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ATH M50 VS. Every Headphone under $200!  

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I'm Fed up comparing the ATH M50 to every Headphone there is, all i want is to purchase a decent headphone worth the price, and basically the ATH M50 suits ALL my needs from the bass to the clarity, EXCEPT the looks of it.. which can get a bit embarrassing in public, this is why i am here, IF THERE IS ANY BETTER HEADPHONE THAT THIS PLEASE SAY. P.S: i care alot about Bass and i hate sound leakage.

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If there is any headphones in thought they are the Shures but they leak too much

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I'M ALSO NOT BUYING AN AMP, ID BE USING THIS ON THE GO, I DONT WANT TO BE CARRYING AN AMP WITH ME.

post #4 of 17

YOU SHOULD TRY THE KOSS PRO DJ 100

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YOU SHOULD TRY THE KOSS PRO DJ 100

+1 to this.
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+1 to this.

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You sure they compare, they're only like $60, Which is a bit.. scary to trust that it will be better than the $110 ATH m50 which is better than the $400 Beats :S and what about the KOSS PRO DJ 200

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Took a look at it, most say it lacks bass, and needs an amp to run well

post #9 of 17
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I'm Fed up comparing the ATH M50 to every Headphone there is, all i want is to purchase a decent headphone worth the price, and basically the ATH M50 suits ALL my needs from the bass to the clarity, EXCEPT the looks of it.. which can get a bit embarrassing in public, this is why i am here, IF THERE IS ANY BETTER HEADPHONE THAT THIS PLEASE SAY. P.S: i care alot about Bass and i hate sound leakage.

 

Last night I saw the ATH 50's for $107.00 shipped on Amazon.

 

IMO there is not a better closed headphone out there anywhere near that price.

If you want a sleeker looking pair of headphones, you could go for the Sony 7510's

which I don't think sound as good, or the 7520's which do sound appreciably better

but at a substantial premium.

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I'm Fed up comparing the ATH M50 to every Headphone there is, all i want is to purchase a decent headphone worth the price, and basically the ATH M50 suits ALL my needs from the bass to the clarity, EXCEPT the looks of it.. which can get a bit embarrassing in public, this is why i am here, IF THERE IS ANY BETTER HEADPHONE THAT THIS PLEASE SAY. P.S: i care alot about Bass and i hate sound leakage.

 

Don't worry about what people think. If you enjoy the sound, that's all that's relevant. Having said that, why not give your ears a break every once in a while when you go out.

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I'm Fed up comparing the ATH M50 to every Headphone there is, all i want is to purchase a decent headphone worth the price, and basically the ATH M50 suits ALL my needs from the bass to the clarity, EXCEPT the looks of it.. which can get a bit embarrassing in public, this is why i am here, IF THERE IS ANY BETTER HEADPHONE THAT THIS PLEASE SAY. P.S: i care alot about Bass and i hate sound leakage.

Maybe you would like the M-Audio Q40 or UE6000.

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I'm Fed up comparing the ATH M50 to every Headphone there is, all i want is to purchase a decent headphone worth the price, and basically the ATH M50 suits ALL my needs from the bass to the clarity, EXCEPT the looks of it.. which can get a bit embarrassing in public, this is why i am here, IF THERE IS ANY BETTER HEADPHONE THAT THIS PLEASE SAY. P.S: i care alot about Bass and i hate sound leakage.

Sound is subjective m8, especially when it comes to headphones in the <$200 range. I preferred the D1000 to the M50.
post #13 of 17

M50? Buy it and call it a day then.

post #14 of 17

You can also try the Creative Aurvana Live. It's only $65 and doesn't need an amp.

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You can also try the Creative Aurvana Live. It's only $65 and doesn't need an amp.




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