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$150 Budget On-Ear Headphones, Upgrading from In-Ear

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I have a Monster Turbine and HTC One Stock earbuds at the moment. But I want to get an On-Ear Headphone this time.

 

What I look for:

 

EDIT: I'm also fine with Over-Ear Headphones

 

1. It should be good for listening to Pop Genre, Specifically Kpop/Jpop

2. Should have great SoundStage. My Earbud's sound feel like it's coming inside your head, and I hate that. I want something which makes you feel like you're in the Club.

3. Extremly Comfortable and Travel friendly. Best quality and material as possible.

4. Bass-Heavy, I already failed to describe the bass many times. But last time someone said "Maybe you like Quantity?" So I guess that's it. The bass has to be strong and powerful. Excuse my english.

5. Great Isolation

 

What I have found so far (outside Head-Fi forum): iLuv Ref headphone

Not sure about it's sound, but the built quality looks great and it's stylish.

 

 

And No need for volume control and stuff, cause I have an Android device.

 

 

Thanks in Advance.


Edited by xperator - 7/25/13 at 1:20pm
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V-Moda M80.

JVC Ha S500

Sennheiser HD 25-1 ii
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V-Moda M80.

JVC Ha S500

Sennheiser HD 25-1 ii
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"Upgrading" from in-ear?    I never realized that getting an on-ear is an automatic upgrade from an in-ear.

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Originally Posted by lwien View Post

"Upgrading" from in-ear?    I never realized that getting an on-ear is an automatic upgrade from an in-ear.

I mean I never had any On-Ear headphones before. So it's my first time. Excuse my english. Maybe I should have said "Changing from in-ear to on-ear" ?

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Vmoda m80 sounds like it would suit you best, sounds very good with good bass. The sennheisers hd 25-1 ii also good but poorly made, and a bit out of your price range.

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OK, I ordered the Vmoda m-80 through Amazon.com. Thanks a lot guyz!


Edited by xperator - 7/26/13 at 9:29am
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