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Best headphones from the list or < £ 60

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Hi yall.

Here am I again.Looking for an On Ear portable headphones < £ 60

I was reading the forums these days all day long.Watching youtube tests and Ebay prices.

It's time for me to change my beloved Sony MDR V-150.I know for most of you these are crap but actually I found the sound very flat and all the levels clear and proper.I'm listening mostly Rap,Drum & Base,Dub step,House so they were just fine.

Anyway after I was fascinated by the sound of Seinnheiser HD 202 and AKG M50 I was looking for their equivalent over the net (HD 202 look dummy with 10 m cord and non foldable.M50s on the other hand are big and sound an idea more quiet than my MDR's even from my Fiio E6...great sound though..huh..). So I ended up in front of Superlux 668B and 681. Ordered 681 and was waiting for them with excitement until I tried them...jeeeze the worst sound ever !!! I'll return them in Monday but still need new headphones so I'm reading for 2 days now and my head is a complete mess...there're so many options I can go for...so I made a list and would ask you guys for opinion. I'm looking for well balanced headphones with good deep bass...not enhanced for the cost of the Mid like JVC XX but nice proper low bass. And also can my Ipod Nano 6 + Fiio E6 power up 40 mm drivers at all ? (actually there's no loud limit for me as sometimes I listen to the home stereo on max).

So here's my choices but feel absolutely free to suggest something else.

 

1) Sennheiser HD 202 II

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Speaker Frequency Response 18Hz - 18kHz
Speaker Impedance 32ohms
Dual Earpiece Yes
Headphone Distortion (THD) <0.5%
Sound Pressure Level 115dB
Transducer Principle Dynamic, Closed

 

2)Sennheiser HD 229

Fit Design Headband
Sensitivity 110 dB
Frequency Response 18 Hz - 22 kHz
Impedance 16 ohms
Colour White
Features Closed Back
Connectivity Type Wired
 

 

3)Energy Sistem Energy DJ 410

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  • Transducer Type: dynamic enclosed
  • Omnidirectional microphone built-in the cable
  • Frequency response: 15 Hz ~ 20 KHz
  • Impedance: 32 Ohm
  • Sensitivity: 108 dB equal or less than 3dB
  • Cable connection: two parallel, symmetric
  • Audio connector: 3.5 mm gold plated

 

4) Pioneer - Street Move

  • Frequency Response: 11 - 25,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 32 Ω
  • Maximum Input Power: 500 mW
  • Sensitivity: 103 dB
  • Driver Unit Diameter: 40 mm
  • Plug: 3.5 mm 3P mini-plug, L-type (gold plated)
  • Cable Length: 1.2 m

 

5) Marmitek BoomBoom 540 On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones (I know they're the weakest in the list but for the cost of the portability I'm ready to live with it if the sound is at least as good as MDR V-150's)

  • Bluetooth frequency: 2402-2480 GHz
  • Supported Bluetooth profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP
  • Bluetooth version: V2.1+EDR
  • Bluetooth devices: Max. 8
  • Range: Up to 10m
  • Driver diameter: 1.6"
  • Impedance: 32 Ohm
  • Sensitivity: 114dB +/- 3dB
  • Frequency response: 20Hz – 20kHz
  • SNR: >82dB
  • Charge time: Max. 3-4 hours
  • Telephone function key
  • Volume control
  • Title skip control
  • Power LED
  • Lithium-ion battery 3.7V, 600mAh

 

6) Pioneer SE-MJ751 Bass Pro (The best sound from the list I guess)

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They have a 40 - 30 mm driver unit diameter (adjustable through the Bass Tune knob) for faithful beat reproduction.
The soft, quality padding ensures a snug fit over your head and ears for your listening comfort.
Specifications:
Type: Fully Enclosed Dynamic Headphones Frequency Response: 8 - 28,000 Hz Impedance: 16 ohms Maximum Input Power: 1000 mW
Sensitivity: 104 dB
Driver Unit Diameter: 40 mm / 30 mm
Plug: 3.5 mm 3P mini-plug (gold plated)

 

7) Noontec Zoro

Specifications Plug type : 3.5mm Driver diameter : 40mm Input impedance : 16 ohms Transducer principle : Dynamic, Semi-open Frequency response : 15-22,000 Hz Sensitivity at 1 KHz(SPL) : 110±3dB Wearing fashion : Supra-aural Audio cable : 1.2m,OFC+TPE Size (extension form) : 175mm x 175mm x 65mm Size (folding form) : 175mm x 110mm x 65mm Dimensions (gift box) : 253mm x 196mm x 70mm Net Weight : 150g Gross Weight : 477g

 

8) Noontec Hammo

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Edited by Manchev - 12/14/13 at 11:14pm
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What about the CAL! Should be in your budget

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What about the CAL! Should be in your budget


The CAL ? Info pls

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Creative Aurvana live

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Hi,

I have HD 202. While it sounds good, I found to have a strong clamping force, making it uncomfortable. Plus it has a long cord, 3 meters, so its not that portable.

 

The real gems for me were Beyerdynamics Dtx501p and JVC HA S500, the last one being number 1 in sales in Japan for a variety of electronic stores. They have great sound and very good, deep bass. They also cost only about 30 dollars. Beyerdynamics is a very good portable one, excellent sound plus mobility.

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I've decided to go for Pioneer MJ751 but do they worth the double price over MJ721?
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