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Choosing a portable headphone

post #1 of 3
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Hello,

 

I am new around here so I would like your recommendations on some portable headphones.

Currently, my main headphones at home are the Sennheiser RS170 and I really like them.

 

As portable headphones, I have the Koss Porta Pro currently but I would like to buy something else.

Mainly because the Porta Pros get uncomfortable for me after an hour or so. I use the headphones

for long periods of time when I am not at home so comfort is important. The Prota Pros put pressure

on my ear.

 

Are there really comfortable portable headphones? I am looking at Philips Fidelio M1 (109 euros) and

Sony MDR-10RBT (129 euros), which are both on sale at the moment. Around 100 is most I would

be willing to spend, less is better though. Any recommendations are welcome.

post #2 of 3
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Are there really comfortable portable headphones? I am looking at Philips Fidelio M1 (109 euros) and

Sony MDR-10RBT (129 euros), which are both on sale at the moment. Around 100 is most I would

be willing to spend, less is better though. Any recommendations are welcome.

 

Welcome

 

I've tried the Sony Headphones and found them to be comfortable. That is a really good price, I haven't seen them for much under £200 in UK.

post #3 of 3

Hello,

 

Look into the Snnheiser HD439 as well! They are really comfortable but if you need more isolation, I would much prefer UE6000 

 

Hope it helps

Billson :)

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