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choose the best equipment for my ears

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I need a headphone to use 99% of the time at my work.
I've a little pain on left ear, so I cannot wear units that tend to pull skin around the ear, such as AKG K512 (I've tried it and returned back to amazon), the ones that gently stays on the ear are much comfy for me. 
My requirements are: around 50 $, need not to be fully isolated, light and comfy for long periods (2-4 hrs), listen to mainly to rock, blues, folk and jazz, I like clear sound, don't like bumping basses.
After some surfing I've narrowed down to those models
  AUDIO TECHNICA ATH-SJ33
  JVC HA-S400
  JBL J55
  BEYER DT235 
I'm really stuck now...
I would like to hear your honest opinion on those... feel free to suggest some more equipment if think it could be ok
Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance

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