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Portable headphones around $50-$70 for classical music

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Hello!

 

Sorry for spamming here questions the first day after registration. Well. My girlfriend is using crappy notebook speakers to listen classical music. I cannot look at it - and hear it. She has some little problems with he neck-string so she cannot have excessivelly big headphones. She doesn't want to wear plugs. I have been looking at plenty of headphones - mostly what is available to buy in Europe. I have looked at Koss PortaPro, Senn. PX100 and 200 and II. generation, AKG 420 and some similar one that I have already forgotten. The problem is that NOBODY is testing those headphones with classical music. I often hear just "great bass kick" in rock and etc. I would like to give a well weighed headphones not a drum bass kit.

 

OT: Personally, I own Koss PortaPro. The are quite nice but not so comfy as described (for me). I have to change position quite often. And they wore out. I have no molitans on the cups. Sounds quite ok, bass is nice but the mids and treble are muddy. I am looking for something bigger for myself.

 

Can anybody recommend me any portable headphones around 50-70 bucks for listening classical music?

 

Thank you

 

Bohumir


Edited by DrGaga - 11/30/13 at 1:50am
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JVC folding headphones.

HA-S400, $32

HA-S500, $60

HA-S680, $81

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