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Headphone recommendation for ~$100 - closed, comfy, semi-portable, for rock and a mix of other stuff

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Hey guys, my brother is in the market for a pair of headphones in the $100 range.

 

- They'll be used at home but also on the subway and noisy environments so they should offer good isolation.

 

- The more portable-friendly, the better

 

- Listen to rock and a mix of other stuff - Classic Rock, some jazz, hip hop, etc, so a fairly neutral sound would be ideal

 

I've been out of the loop for a little while, and being a more IEM guy myself, I thought I would start a thread. Thanks guys!

post #2 of 4

Sennheiser HD 280's....Nuff said...great quality, and probably the best for noise isolation( aside from battery powered ones) Also they are pretty comfy if you dont have a big head.

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Any of the Sennheiser hd4xx have worked for me.

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Sennheiser HD280s and Audiotechnica AT HM50s. Both are collapsable and tough with good isolation and decent sound for <$100

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