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Looking for comfortable headphones sub $200

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Hey guys, I'm looking for headphones for use strictly at home. I'm looking for something that is very comfortable, I'm going to be using them for gaming (not FPS games, strategy games so surround sound doesn't really matter to me), and for music (I like to listen to pop, house, rock, and alternative rock). I'm going to be buying a soundcard for use with them (also looking for ideas regarding that). 

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How important is bass for you and much do you prefer? Do you want brand new or is used OK and do you need isolation or have issues with headohones leaking sound?
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I like to have a fair amount of bass, but not so much that it dominates other sound elements (i.e beats), I'm looking for closed headphones because I'm going to be using a microphone along with the headphones. I would prefer to buy them new, but if there is an amazing deal I would settle to buy headphones used.


Edited by drgrey - 11/25/13 at 4:06pm
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Hp100 might be after option for you. I really like the K545 and think it would another great headphone but it is $250 ($225 after discount from Razor dog) so might be out of range.
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audio-technica ATH-M50 If it has to be closed back. If it really does not need to be closed back, I hear the Sony MDRMA900 are far better then anything in there price range.

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