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New pair of cans. Any help would be highly appreciated. :)

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First of all it's nice to be a member on this great forum. smily_headphones1.gif
I've been using this thread for info for a few years but this was really the time to register and seek for assistance.
So here goes my problem:

Right now I have a pair of Razer Electra's.
I know Razer is not appreciated here so I'll keep it short.
My main genres are dubstep, metal and occasionally some house, hip-hop.
These cans are fine for me, only some metal songs sound less accurate but not much of a problem really.
I intend to give these to my GF as a gift like I did with my HAF-X1X since she really like both of these.
I've already ordered a FiiO E07K to use with my Galaxy S4 since I want to step up my game.
Any suggestions for a similar pair of cans?
I want big bass but with decent quality.
My inputs will be the E07K on the go and at home since my pc isn't capable enough for a high quality audio experience.
I want to take them with me since I travel a lot and I want them to be over the ear.
So far I heard that the Creative Aurvana Live! are great starters and will most likely cover my needs for now. smily_headphones1.gif
My budget is around 60€.
Thanks guys!
Edited by NfsmwGR - 11/28/13 at 11:33am
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Well, it appears I may have the possibility to go at 200E.

I found that the V-Moda LP2's are awesome.

Anyone can comment on these?

I guess these are much better than my Electra's and the CAL's right?

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