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post #1 of 11
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I have a bestbuy giftcard and my parents said i could get anything from best buy, so obviouly i want headphones. I have the vmoda m80 right now, im thinking of getting the bose qc15 just because they are SO COMFY and isolate SO GOOD. Or im thinking of getting beats mixrs, partly because they look cool and all the stupid people at my school will instantly think i have 10000 pounds of swag (sigh) but, i hear they actualy sound pretty decent for base heavy music, which is what i listen to mostly. So what do you guys think? Are the mixrs total crap or no??

post #2 of 11
Thread Starter 

nah, in this pair sound isnt my first priority, (GASP) because thats what my m80's are for, i just want something thats....different? But not ugly different.

post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by ilikedonkeys39 View Post

nah, in this pair sound isnt my first priority, (GASP) because thats what my m80's are for, i just want something thats....different? But not ugly different.

Momentums.

post #4 of 11
Hello!

I like how Momentum, 1R, M4U2 look and sound! Unless you wanted to use K550 to walk around your school

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post #5 of 11

Momentum is the choice for you. You'll look so fancy that you will need a second monocle, and they'll stick out a helluva lot more than any run o' the mill beats.

post #6 of 11

If noise isolation is important, consider the Amperiors. 

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If noise isolation is important, consider the Amperiors. 

Just buy the HD-25 if your think Amperiors, IMO, they sound the same, albeit $100 cheaper.

post #8 of 11

Does your Best Buy have a Magnolia Home Theater section? If not, the only decent pairs you'll see in the main section are the Logitech UE 6000 and the Harman Kardon CL, and maybe a Yamaha pair somewhere.

post #9 of 11

Bose QC15 for noise-cancelling ever

post #10 of 11
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Originally Posted by BetaWolf View Post

Does your Best Buy have a Magnolia Home Theater section? If not, the only decent pairs you'll see in the main section are the Logitech UE 6000 and the Harman Kardon CL, and maybe a Yamaha pair somewhere.

Dosnt the giftcards work online?  

 

Id pickup the Q40 if you can order online.   Even though its $50 overpriced and you would still need to order shure 840 pads ($15) and a vmoda cable ($12+shipping) for portable use.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Avid+-+Studiophile+Dynamic+Headphone/3177271.p?id=1218382977746&skuId=3177271

 

I wouldnt suggest the momentum to a basshead. 

 

& if you have $200 left over id probably get a galaxy tab 2 with Wolfson WM1811 to go with it as a source.


Edited by tattare - 5/16/13 at 1:48pm
post #11 of 11
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Originally Posted by tattare View Post

Dosnt the giftcards work online?  

Id pickup the Q40 if you can order online.   Even though its $50 overpriced and you would still need to order shure 840 pads ($15) and a vmoda cable ($12+shipping) for portable use.
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Avid+-+Studiophile+Dynamic+Headphone/3177271.p?id=1218382977746&skuId=3177271

I wouldnt suggest the momentum to a basshead. 

& if you have $200 left over id probably get a galaxy tab 2 with Wolfson WM1811 to go with it as a source.

Momentum not for basshead?! Mind...blown... Haha it's a very bassy headphone to me XD
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