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post #16 of 28
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in the review i didn't find that i wanted..

post #17 of 28

Phillips citiscape downtown

post #18 of 28
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Phillips citiscape downtown


They are very comfortable and they have a good amount of bass for stuff like rap and drum and bass

post #19 of 28

The Philips shp3000 has extended dynamic bass and has balanced mids and highs, definitely amazing value and well within your budget.  Bass is more than on the Philips downtown, which is another good headphone.  I did a review of the shp3000 here on headfi. 

 

The Philips shl3300 has slightly more bass than the shp3000 and sharper sound but narrower soundstage.


Edited by Star2806 - 3/17/14 at 3:15am
post #20 of 28

Koss makes some cheap decent phones.

post #21 of 28
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Koss makes some cheap decent phones.


I love their prodj100

post #22 of 28
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Originally Posted by Star2806 View Post
 

The Philips shp3000 has extended dynamic bass and has balanced mids and highs, definitely amazing value and well within your budget.  Bass is more than on the Philips downtown, which is another good headphone.  I did a review of the shp3000 here on headfi. 

 

The Philips shl3300 has slightly more bass than the shp3000 and sharper sound but narrower soundstage.

 

 

now i have bought  noontec zoro hd for 69 €   .. if the low will be not very powerful,  i will try the shp3000 for 30€  ;)

post #23 of 28
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now i have bought  noontec zoro hd for 69 €   .. if the low will be not very powerful,  i will try the shp3000 for 30€  wink.gif

Nice, tell us how it goes.
post #24 of 28
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Noontec zoro hd have arrived today. 
I was really disappointed, the low  is almost non-existent ...  The headphones are comfortable and very nice  .. 

 

But i have paid 35€ akg 518 and there the low were very intense and powerful (but they were too tight on the head and could not stretch)....

 

 

The noontec were cost 67€.... :blink:  tomorrow i''l send them back

 

 

have you had other headphones to recommend me ?  BUDGET 60 $

post #25 of 28
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Noontec zoro hd have arrived today. 

I was really disappointed, the low  is almost non-existent ...  The headphones are comfortable and very nice  .. 

But i have paid 35€ akg 518 and there the low were very intense and powerful (but they were too tight on the head and could not stretch)....


The noontec were cost 67€.... blink.gif   tomorrow i''l send them back


have you had other headphones to recommend me ?  BUDGET 60 $
Sorry about that...
But
Is this your first somewhat balanced headphone?
post #26 of 28
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no but i have asked for a pair of headphone with powerful low and high belanced.. in the noontec everythings is belanced :\

post #27 of 28
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no but i have asked for a pair of headphone with powerful low and high belanced.. in the noontec everythings is belanced :\


Well, I can guarentee that the phillips citiscape downtown are fun sounding (bass is boosted up quite a bit. Not as much as m50s but nearly there)

post #28 of 28
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no but i have asked for a pair of headphone with powerful low and high belanced.. in the noontec everythings is belanced :\

 

 

english: Hi, don't know what you bought in the meantime, by the way Creative Aurvana Live! cost 58 euro on amazon.it, and at 49 euro on creative.it since months =) they're bass heavy but still have details on high and mids, they're comfy too

 

italian: Ciao, non so cos'hai comprato nel frattempo, in ogni caso le Creative Aurvana Live! sono scese a 58 su amazon.it, e stavano da mesi a 49 euro sul sito creative.it =) sono bilanciate con i bassi enfatizzati, e comode

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