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Need help choosing a pair of inexpensive portable headphones, for rock metal.

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Hi to the Head-Fi community, I hope all of you are having happy holidays.

 

I would like some help for choosing a pair of headphones to listen to my SanDisk Sansa Clip Zip mp3 player. I listen to heavy/death metal music. I don't care at all about look/design, cable lenght or special features. My only criteria are audio quality and isolation. I listen to my music during my 1-hour bus ride, twice a day, so I'm looking for something that has good isolation (I don't want people on the bus to hear my music, and I would like to reduce ambiant sounds as much as possible). I don't have a very big budget so I'm looking for a good deal. Here is what I found at BestBuy/Future Shop :

 

On-ear Sennheiser HD 219 for 35$

In-ear JVC HA-FRD80-Z for 40$

In-ear Sennheiser I300 for 40$

On-ear Logitech Ultimate Ears 4000 for 40$

In-ear Sennheiser CX 275s for 40$

On-ear Sony MDRXB600IPN for 40$

Over-ear Sennheiser HD 419 for 45$

On-ear Sennheiser PX100II for 50$

 

If you have an opinion about any of these headphones or other good headphones in this range of price, feel free to let me know! It would be really appreciated.

 

Thank you very much!

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JVC HA-S400

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