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Headphones as stylish and portable as beats solo but sound as elegant as the chimes of heaven.

post #1 of 22
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Hello everyone! This is my first post, I need help from the audiophiles here! These things I'm about to mention are all extremely important also as a note I'm using a galaxy S3 with the headphones that came with it. Anyways.

Style, portability, COMFORT(I wear glasses and have a small head), SOUND, and PRICE (around 100 bucks)
mainly I listen to rap, rock, R&b and alternative but I'm always open to a diverse music selection.
I want headphones that looks as good with great sound also that don't leak too bad! I was Reading about Sol republic but idk.. Can you help me?! Thanks in advance -Jared
post #2 of 22
Id recommend the UE6000.
post #3 of 22
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Thanks for the quick reply @Trunks159 any others? I like the look, are there any without the need for batteries?
post #4 of 22
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Multiple people say the UE6000s have an annoying hiss to it
post #5 of 22
The UE6000 doesn't need batteries. The active noise canceling is optional. They only hiss when the active noise canceling is on. They isolate really well without it.
post #6 of 22
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Originally Posted by Trunks159 View Post

The UE6000 doesn't need batteries. The active noise canceling is optional. They only hiss when the active noise canceling is on. They isolate really well without it.

Hello,

 

+1 for the UE6000! I do find the UE4000 to sound better at sometimes though

 

Billson

post #7 of 22

No annoying hiss for me when the NC is on. I mean there is a little hiss from the NC itself because that's how that works but I wouldn't peg it as annoying and if you have anything playing at all you wont hear it.  It does not need batteries to run in passive mode. You can actually have them out of the headphones and they will work on passive mode. They sound great in passive mode and in noise cancelling. In NC mode you get a bass/treble/volume boost. Plus you can get them for less than your budget. All the reviews point to them being a great headphone for $200 so now that they are at around ~$80 you'll be hard pressed to find something that much better


Edited by stin - 1/2/14 at 5:31pm
post #8 of 22
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Thanks everyone, any other suggestions? I like the looks of the Sol republic headphones but is the comfort and sound quality there?
post #9 of 22
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Thanks everyone, any other suggestions? I like the looks of the Sol republic headphones but is the comfort and sound quality there?

Not much love here for the Sol republic haha

post #10 of 22
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Not much love here for the Sol republic haha
well I think I'll try out the logitechs and if I don't like it I'll return it I like how portable they are with the collapsible headband
post #11 of 22
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well I think I'll try out the logitechs and if I don't like it I'll return it I like how portable they are with the collapsible headband

Do report back when you got it! xD

post #12 of 22

"Stylish as beats."

 

post #13 of 22
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

Do report back when you got it! xD
will do!
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"Stylish as beats."

 

 agreed

post #15 of 22

The new studio looks cool to me.

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