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Advice - Budget 30-50€. Good build Quality , Good Bass

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Hello to all,

I begin by talking about the genres I like: Listening to rock songs , melbourne dance(dance) , classical guitar , heavy metal, and some reaggetton song pop / rock Italian .

I think the type of equalization more suitable for listening to these genres is that which is increased on the frequency bands of low, not completely eliminating the mids and highs .

The budget , as a poor student, is 30 € . But it should be worth, appearance and finish at 50 €, but as I said it must be a value from becoming indispensable .

I should add that I run regularly 3 times a week , then these headphones are , first , resist my sweat, second, to the " gravity" that is created when you "jump " in the race . In general should have a good build quality.

I hope in your reply

PS: the " form factor " ( in-ear , behind the neck , semi-bow , headphones complete) is not important , the important thing is to have a good grip during the race


Edited by xphone1 - 4/30/14 at 8:06am
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Your difficulty will be that you want to run and jump AND keep a good seal (for good bass response) - in-ears may be more problematic, but here's a suggestion or two!

 

They might be at the top of your budget range, but the Sennheiser OCX685i are in-ear but with some support around the ear to keep them in place. There are silicone tips to help keep a good seal whilst running.

 

There's the Koss Sporta Pro at around 30 Euros - this is the sporty version of the Porta Pro, which is a classic headphone with excellent sound quality.

 

Or maybe try the Grado 'iGrado' these are very open headphones but have good bass - these may be safer for you as you are running, as you will be able to hear sounds around you such as traffic, etc.

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