or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

<200$ Best Buy Headphones

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 

So I have 80$ in store credit at Best Buy, and I want to get some flat, neutral over-ear headphones with decent bass response, for listening enjoyment and music production. I mostly listen to EDM, which is why I would like phones that have good bass, yet sound neutral enough for studio work. My options are very limited, since Best Buy does not carry much more than Beats/Soul/Monster, and I cannot get market place items with a gift card. Mostly, Best Buy seems to have Sennheiser and Sony for decent brands. The headphones I was originally planning to get were the ATH-M50's, but they are market place items, so I cannot get them. What would be some of the best headphones for under 200$, with neutral sound and decent bass that are sold at Best Buy?

post #2 of 4

Audio Technica ATH-A900X closed headphones, on close out for $189.86.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/audio-technica-audiophile-headphones/5085268.p?id=1218610013502

I really doubt Bestbuy is selling anything else that matches the A900X for audio quality, in that price range.

 

Might also need to spend $16 for Hifiman HE Velour ear pads (buy off Internet).

post #3 of 4
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ambiverse View Post
 

So I have 80$ in store credit at Best Buy, and I want to get some flat, neutral over-ear headphones with decent bass response, for listening enjoyment and music production. I mostly listen to EDM, which is why I would like phones that have good bass, yet sound neutral enough for studio work. My options are very limited, since Best Buy does not carry much more than Beats/Soul/Monster, and I cannot get market place items with a gift card. Mostly, Best Buy seems to have Sennheiser and Sony for decent brands. The headphones I was originally planning to get were the ATH-M50's, but they are market place items, so I cannot get them. What would be some of the best headphones for under 200$, with neutral sound and decent bass that are sold at Best Buy?

I'd go with the A900x, K550, K545, or the musical ATH ESW9a.

post #4 of 4
Thread Starter 

I ended up just getting the Sennheiser HD 280 Pro, they were cheaper than most these recommendations, but with only 80$, I would of had to wait without having any headphones/earbuds at all for a while until I get more money. So far, I like these headphones, they have the flatness for production and messing with the EQ makes them great for listening also. One day, I will have more money and be able to upgrade from these, but right now they are the best headphones I have ever owned, and I'm pretty satisfied.

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home