Old Headphone that I just broke
All in all, this headphone gave me what I was looking for.
It had great noise cancellation, everytime my dad came distract me and talk random things I couldnt hear him at all (althought that was only when I had my volume high, otherwise I could still hear him, bleh ;P)
They were not confortable using for long periods, my ears got very hot, starts to press almost seeming like burning the top of my head, but even so, confort is not a priority and I could live just fine with that. It wasnt as unbreakable as I needed it to be, clearly ;P
When I had to go back to my old sennheiser HD 201, it was weird that the same song just literally felt like a different song. Also could notice how much detail the SHURE had overall, althought bass (is that it?!) didnt felt right in them, seemed better on the HD 201, at least for me..
The ****ty thing about the HD 201 was that it seemed like the max volume was 30% of what SHURE's were, I was like wtf does this have to do with headphone ?!
So all in all this is what I'm looking for:
I need headphones with extraordinary noise isolation (Click to show)
These days I'm listening only to trance music (Click to show)
It has to be extremly robbust (Click to show)
I plan in buying a DAC and Amp (Click to show)
[*] No need of being portable, using it at home.
When trying to do a bit of research (and looking at http://www.head-fi.org/a/headphone-buying-guide ), I came up with the following ideas
Since I'm looking for people's talking noise isolation type, its much better to go for
IEM's (right?), also nice that they would be more confortable to wear during long hours/hard to break (althought I'd be worried about wires).
But its hard to think of IEM's as a huge sound quality (proobs me being a noob), so I was thinking of also getting Open headphones for amazing sound quality and best usage with DAC/AMP.
So two choices would be:
Getting a Budget/Entry Level Headphones IEM's, getting Fiio E17 (or something else ) either right away or not long after (depending on cost of IEM's), and then more close to Christmas (I heard they start dropping price a bunch for headphones on that season, correct?) getting an [UPPER?] Mid-Range Open Headphones focusing on amazing quality to get eargasms ;P (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fischer-Audio-Headphone-Multifunction-Microphone/dp/B008QUGT9C/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top ?)
Other option would be IEM's taking care of all my needs (or an Closed Headphone), so getting right away a Mid-Range ones (up to 300$) and maybe get an amp close to Christmas