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Any good Over-ears for under 100$?

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I was actually thinking about getting the Noontec Zoro HD's but I don't know if they're good enough because I heard they leak a lot so im open to any more options. Please & Thank you kind stranger.

 

Features

- Comfy

- Stylish( they dont have to be over the top just decent looking)

- Little to no leakage I don't want to bother other people with my music.

 

Im using a 4th gen i-pod touch

 

If it helps these are the genres I listen to regularly:

Hip-hop, Rock(mainly Alternative & Grunge), Downtempo, Trip-hop, R&B/Soul, and Indie


Edited by AstroBlack - 11/1/13 at 4:57pm
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JVC HA-M55X from Walmart are a pretty good sub-$50 full size headphone.  I bought and used them in an emergency situation where my primary closed cans were out of action and they worked well.  Very good bass, definite V-shaped "fun" signature.

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JVC HA-M55X from Walmart are a pretty good sub-$50 full size headphone.  I bought and used them in an emergency situation where my primary closed cans were out of action and they worked well.  Very good bass, definite V-shaped "fun" signature.

Thanks for the response, and my friend actually has a pair of the cans you mentioned but I didnt really like them because they were really bulky.

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jvc has 500 carbon nanotube

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JVC HA-S500 folding on-ear headphones, $60

 

Gemini HSR-1000 (Takstar Pro 80) closed headphones, $50-$60

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jvc has 500 carbon nanotube

Can somebody decipher this for me?

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Monoprice 8323 - 23$

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Can somebody decipher this for me?
its the model name. JVC HA-s500.
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Originally Posted by AstroBlack View Post

Thanks for the response, and my friend actually has a pair of the cans you mentioned but I didnt really like them because they were really bulky.
then get the scaled down version of the 55's, the S44x
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