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Sol Republic Tracks HD vs. Nootec Zoro

post #1 of 8
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Overall impressions for best of the two headphones below.

Noontec Zoro and Sol Republic Tracks HD

*feel free to add on ears worth less than $100

post #2 of 8

I think the Sol republics are very dark and muddy and bassy. V-Moda M80's can be had for $130-$140

 

UE4000's

post #3 of 8
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How about zoros how do those match up

post #4 of 8

I heard that the CAL!s are also a headphone to consider. 

post #5 of 8
Thread Starter 

yea i have read into them, but they lack quit a bit of bass

post #6 of 8
For $100, you can get the Noontec Zoro HD instead of the regular Noontec Zoro. I have them. Good phones. Steve Guttenberg of CNET felt the HDs are a good improvement over the regular ones: http://reviews.cnet.com/headphones/noontec-zoro-hd-true/4505-7877_7-35755682.html

In the $100 budget range, I also recommend looking into the JVC HA-S500.
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Ok I don't think I'll get the JVC's because of the Y shape cored and they are not very sylish. I am leaning towards the zoro hd because of straight cored and syle.

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Also has anyone seen and listened to the rythmz pro hd they seen pretty similar to the zoro for half the price but there are no reviews on them anywhere.

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