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Closed circumaural headphone under $100?

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Thread Starter 

Hey guys, I'm new here and happy to being part of this great forum!
I'm looking for some closed circumaural headphones good for playing digital piano at home, but also for listening classical music (mostly piano music) and rock music (mostly the Queen) outside.
Lookin for these features: detachable cable (10 ft), lightness, clear and crystalline sound (I wanna hear every note from my piano!).
My last headphones were the AKG K44 (sensitivity of 115 dB, 32 ohm impedance, frequency range of 18 Hz to 20 kHz, weight 190 g), good sound, but now they are broken so I'm looking for something better. I wanted another AKG model but no one has a detachable cable.
Now I'm almost decided to buy the Sennheiser HD 439, but before I wanted to ask here! What do you suggest me? There are other better models satisfying my needs? Thank you :)

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I literally can't recommend anything more than Martin Logan Mikros 90. They are extremely detailed, beating headphones costing 5 times as much.
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Thread Starter 

Thank you, but I was looking for circumaural headphones not On-Ear  :/

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The only AKG I know of that:

A. Has a long detachable cable

B. Is circum-aural 

C. Closed back

D. Under $100

E. Not the K44

 

is the K181 DJ 

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