So, my first post. I'm kinda stuck at selecting a headphone for my entry to the world of good sound.
I'm in no way an audiophile, nor will i ever be (probably, not enough time and money), but I am looking for some decent, closed on- or over-ear headphones. I would use them for listening in the office and on the train mostly so they should be fairly good at blocking outside noise. I listen to a lot of different music, from rock over metal and indie to electronic. I don't need anything accurate to record or evaluate music (I don't even know what accurate sounds like), but they should have good sq and be fun to listen to. I have a pretty big head and big ears if that makes any difference.
My budget is around 200 Fr. but i would pay more if it is worth it.
The main problem is that i live in Switzerland and my options are somewhat limited (I don't want to deal with import taxes and stuff like that). I looked at Innerfildelity's wall of fame and read a ton of reviews. It boiled down to this (1Fr. is about 1$ but prices are pretty strange here):
-Sennheiser Amperior (229 Fr.)
-Onkyo ES FC300 (179 Fr.)
-Sony mdr-1r (185 Fr.)
-Sennheiser momentum on ear (249 Fr.)
-Sennheiser HD 25-1 II (220 Fr.)
-Logitech UE6000 (139 Fr.)
My main question is (aside from which one to buy): how are the Sony, Onkyo and Senn Amperior compared? is it worth to pay the 50 bucks more or are the onkyos even better for casual listening? I heard the Sonys are freaking comfortable but the sound isn't that great?
If you know any other options I may have forgotten about, post them and i'll see if they are easily available here.
Thanks in advance for answers :)