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post #16 of 21
For a closed can, Soundmagic HP100: http://noblehifi.blogspot.com/2012/10/soundmagic-hp100-review.html
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

For a closed can, Soundmagic HP100: http://noblehifi.blogspot.com/2012/10/soundmagic-hp100-review.html

 



+1 That is if you don't mind the smaller soundstage of a closed headphone.
post #18 of 21

I would suggest you get a sound card for 100$ and shure 440. Very balanced and clear sound.

post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by KnezicDex View Post

I would suggest you get a sound card for 100$ and shure 440. Very balanced and clear sound.

Depends on whether they send you a bright one or a bassy one. Too much production variation for me to recommend it.
post #20 of 21

Well it doesn't have to be the shure 440. I just wanted to say that investing in a better source will give him better price/sound ratio. And for 100$ you can buy excellent headphones and a good soundcard(or amp).

post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by KnezicDex View Post

Well it doesn't have to be the shure 440. I just wanted to say that investing in a better source will give him better price/sound ratio. And for 100$ you can buy excellent headphones and a good soundcard(or amp).

Depends on what his source is. Might not be a good choice at all for best sound as long as the headphones are a good match for the source.
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