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post #1 of 61
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Right now I just have the Beats Studio..got it for 160 bucks and I liked a little bit but, not durable, heavy, use batteries, sound is muffled and not clear.

here is my list, kinda incomplete but..well

 

 

 

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-V-Moda M100 

-Logitech UE6000 (16% off)

-Sol Republic Master Tracks (19% off)

-Skullcandy Crusher

-Monster Diesel Vektr (50% off)

 

 

Good looking, Comfort, Sound, Bass, Portability, Durability

Any other suggestions?

(Im not an audiophile, just a 15years old guy that is inspired and addicted to the headphones and sorry for my bad english)

 

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Edited by augusto3210 - 7/2/13 at 8:43pm
post #2 of 61

i Have a pair of Sol Republic Master tracks and they sound pretty good but i have a pair of V-Moda M80's and they sound great. they are both really comfortable and light, I also want to buy the M100's. A great option for what you are looking are the Pioneer HDJ 2000. They are $350.

post #3 of 61
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Originally Posted by gus522 View Post

i Have a pair of Sol Republic Master tracks and they sound pretty good but i have a pair of V-Moda M80's and they sound great. they are both really comfortable and light, I also want to buy the M100's. A great option for what you are looking are the Pioneer HDJ 2000. They are $350.

Pioneer HDJ 2000 are at 248 on amazon(48% off) but I dont like them cuz I dont wanna look like a Dj lol

the M80 are not so comfortable because they are On-Ear

 

Look at my list again, I added another headphone

post #4 of 61

As a DJ I have the Beats By Dre Pro, Sol Republic Master Tracks, V-moda M80's, Beats By Dre Studio and Solo and I've tried great headphones too such as the Sennheiser HD 25 1 ii and the Pioneer HDJ 2000 those are great headphones. I've also tried the Skullcandy crusher's and those are not too great. I love the Sol Republic because they have great bass, good trebles and middles, they also look great and they are very resistant. Go to epicskatnyc youtube channel. He has a lot of headphone reviews and stress tests. That might help you.

post #5 of 61
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Originally Posted by gus522 View Post

As a DJ I have the Beats By Dre Pro, Sol Republic Master Tracks, V-moda M80's, Beats By Dre Studio and Solo and I've tried great headphones too such as the Sennheiser HD 25 1 ii and the Pioneer HDJ 2000 those are great headphones. I've also tried the Skullcandy crusher's and those are not too great. I love the Sol Republic because they have great bass, good trebles and middles, they also look great and they are very resistant. Go to epicskatnyc youtube channel. He has a lot of headphone reviews and stress tests. That might help you.

Im already suscribed to him but the Crushers are over 100!

In what order will you put my headphone list?

post #6 of 61

V-Moda M100 

Sol Republic Master Tracks

Monster Diesel Vektr

Logitech UE6000 

Skullcandy Crusher

Based on the reviews I've seen so far and my experience with them

post #7 of 61
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Originally Posted by gus522 View Post

V-Moda M100 

Sol Republic Master Tracks

Monster Diesel Vektr

Logitech UE6000 

Skullcandy Crusher

Based on the reviews I've seen so far and my experience with them

UE6000 on 4th place? why?

post #8 of 61

If you want bass, go for the Crushers, if you want amazing sound quality go for the M-100's
 

post #9 of 61
Check out the Ultrasone HFI-780. Excellent bass and better mids than Beats. Fold up, making them fairly portable. Some people feel that they clamp a little hard, but it does loosen up some over time. Plus, the clamping is what gives them the good bass response (better seal) and helps with isolation.
post #10 of 61
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Check out the Ultrasone HFI-780. Excellent bass and better mids than Beats. Fold up, making them fairly portable. Some people feel that they clamp a little hard, but it does loosen up some over time. Plus, the clamping is what gives them the good bass response (better seal) and helps with isolation.

I dont like too much the design of those ultrasone, i would like headphones like the one on my list frown.gif
post #11 of 61
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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

Check out the Ultrasone HFI-780. Excellent bass and better mids than Beats. Fold up, making them fairly portable. Some people feel that they clamp a little hard, but it does loosen up some over time. Plus, the clamping is what gives them the good bass response (better seal) and helps with isolation.

I dont like too much the design of those ultrasone, i would like headphones like the one on my list frown.gif
post #12 of 61
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any other opinion guys? :D

post #13 of 61

It seems like aesthetics play an important role in your selection. Just go for M100 you can't regret it. :)

post #14 of 61
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It seems like aesthetics play an important role in your selection. Just go for M100 you can't regret it. smily_headphones1.gif
Yeah it is also important to me smily_headphones1.gif
But compared the price from the m100?
Many users has told me to get the ue6000
post #15 of 61

Personally I would prefer M100. It is as durable as a tank.

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