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I broke down the headphones and have to buy new ones. I will use mainly for music, I do not want gaming headphones with mic or anything. I need headphones over-ear (that fits all ear), for domestic use, reproduce music with enough quality, cheap (around 25 euros, maximum 40), comfortable and whether it might have a nice design and are not very large.
A friend recommended the Sennheiser HD 201, but I'm not sure if they have a good volume of sound and design seems very simple. I've also been looking at the Sennheiser 419, but I'm not worth it for double the price (about 17 euros and the other 36). By the way, have to serve for Mac, but do not think that's a problem.
I'd like to give their opinion of the Sennheiser HD 201 and Sennheiser 419 and if I'm going to serve my needs or recommend me some headphones with the features that I mentioned.
Thank you very much :beyersmile: and sorry if my english is bad :confused_face: 

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I broke down the headphones and have to buy new ones. I will use mainly for music, I do not want gaming headphones with mic or anything. I need headphones over-ear (that fits all ear), for domestic use, reproduce music with enough quality, cheap (around 25 euros, maximum 40), comfortable and whether it might have a nice design and are not very large.
A friend recommended the Sennheiser HD 201, but I'm not sure if they have a good volume of sound and design seems very simple. I've also been looking at the Sennheiser 419, but I'm not worth it for double the price (about 17 euros and the other 36). By the way, have to serve for Mac, but do not think that's a problem.
I'd like to give their opinion of the Sennheiser HD 201 and Sennheiser 419 and if I'm going to serve my needs or recommend me some headphones with the features that I mentioned.
Thank you very much :beyersmile: and sorry if my english is bad :confused_face:



 

You should consider these:

AKG K511/K512

Beyerdynamic DTX710/DTX910

Creative Aurvana Live!

Panasonic RP-HTF600

RHA SA950i

Superlux HD661/HD681 EVO

Takstar HD2000 and its clones.


Edited by sorieno - 6/11/14 at 1:54am
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