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best headphones for $300ish

post #1 of 8
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I'm looking for headphones for $300. As of now I have the crossfade lps and they are pretty muddy. I want a headphone with a cable you can remove. Also, I listen to all genres I want the bass to be rich and have the vibrations. Mids should be warm. Highs should "hurt my ears" or be crisp. Next it should not leak l. My lps leak so much is sad. Btw are the new studios worth it?
post #2 of 8
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Also should have decent soundstage since I like classical
post #3 of 8

New studios are much better than the old ones... but still very ehhhh for the price. I wouldnt recommend it really

 

NAD Viso HP50 are probably one of the best options at 300 dollars

 

You could look into sennheiser momentums, Sony MDR 1R, or akg k550. Theyre all decent choices for classical music.

 

Do you need it to be portable?

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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post

New studios are much better than the old ones... but still very ehhhh for the price. I wouldnt recommend it reallyit would be nice want to have detach cable. Like I said all genres I like electronic too

NAD Viso HP50 are probably one of the best options at 300 dollars

You could look into sennheiser momentums, Sony MDR 1R, or akg k550. Theyre all decent choices for classical music.

Do you need it to be portable?

Edited by broazny - 1/29/14 at 6:32pm
post #5 of 8
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It would be nice to have a case and detach cable
post #6 of 8

Hi,

 

You should consider Yamaha HPH Pro 400.

 

Best Luck!

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Originally Posted by broazny View Post

It would be nice to have a case and detach cable

 

For all of what you want + good SQ for classical music @ its pricepoint you should get the Sennheiser Momentums if you want closed cans. You'll be very, very happy. 

post #8 of 8

$100 more gets the B&W P7's. That's what I'm planning on getting next.

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