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post #16 of 20

The Sony XBA series seems great for you, especially the xba3

post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by Rnglol View Post

Would love to spread the news. Still very new to the website. where can i find the m100 trend page?

On head-fi? Best way to search head-fi is to google a headphone model with head-fi as a keyword: https://www.google.com/search?q=m-100+head-fi
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by Rnglol View Post

Hello everyone,

Ex-beats fan (yes i know...) here. I was a long time owner of the beats studio because the punchy bass it has. I recently purchased a pair of Beats executive and I have to say I was not impressed at all. 

My  friend opened my eyes by making me try his Momentum that he bought at a much cheaper price and I have to say those were the best sounding headphones I've ever put on. So now, I am officially DONE with beats.
I also had the chance to demo a pair of m-100s by v-moda. Although I liked both the Momentum and the M-100s, the lack of noise cancelling feature hold me back from getting a pair.

My friend told me about this forum and I sincerely hope that you guys can help me find the perfect headphones.

Here's what I'm looking for:

- Active noise cancelling
- decent bass
- clear and crisp sound. I like it when I can hear all the instruments.
- I'm not too concerned about the look but it does not hurt to have a bit :P

I have a budget of around 300$




Thanks in advance guys!
you should try harman kardon NC...smily_headphones1.gif
post #19 of 20
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you should try harman kardon NC...smily_headphones1.gif

Yes that's a relatively decent alternative to Bose QC15.

post #20 of 20
Thread Starter 

thanks for all the suggestions guys. I think I will go for the m-100 as they are on a sale right now. thanks!

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