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post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by deafanddumb View Post

actually the mad dog was in receipt of the fully closed treatment.

Really? That's good to know. You couldn't tell just from looking at it.

post #17 of 20
How come no one mentioned the UE9000? Great Fun sounding headphones, plus they have ANC(albeit mediocre). Bluetooth Is a plus!
post #18 of 20
I went through a similar search recently

I have the HD25-ii driven with Fiio e11, while they are good sounding not comfortable over long periods..

The best 3 were Bose ae2 in terms of comfort.. but sound was severely lacking. Senn momentums sounded good and were comfortable but the travel case was too big.. In the end I settled on B&W P7. Very comfortable decent isolation.. Easily driven by iphone/iPod and take up less space when folded..


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post #19 of 20

I wonder how the new Beats studio will compete with the Bose for this specific use case.

post #20 of 20
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Originally Posted by JohnDG View Post

Hello all, please direct me if this is in the incorrect spot. I will soon be traveling long hours on planes so I am thinking of picking up a closed back headphone. Comfort is a big factor here.
I am currently looking at Mr Speakers Mad Dog and will drive it with an e11. Any suggestions otherwise? Thanks

have a look at the ATH M50 appreciation thread. There well regarded audio wise, and rightly so. There also comfortable, well built and foldable.

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