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Cheap, widely available, and good for usage with a Nintendo 2DS?

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Thread Starter 

I would rather have small headphones of some kind that the 2DS can actually power well enough.

 

Emphasis on cheap. I know, I know, at that kind of price it's just junk...but I want the best junk for my money.  ;)

 

Let's say nothing above $35

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Originally Posted by jbarrentine View Post
 

I would rather have small headphones of some kind that the 2DS can actually power well enough.

 

Emphasis on cheap. I know, I know, at that kind of price it's just junk...but I want the best junk for my money.  ;)

 

Let's say nothing above $35



Check out SoundMagic E10 or possibly Phillips SHE3580 for IEMs

I'll give you a review for E10: http://www.head-fi.org/t/581119/review-soundmagic-e10

if you want actual headphones then JVC Flats are rather popular.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/JVC-HA-S160-Flats-Foldable-Stereo-Full-Over-Ear-Portable-Audio-Headphones-Black-/121338806571?pt=AU_Electronics_Portable_Audio_Accessories&hash=item1c405b412b&_uhb=1

post #3 of 5
JVC flats are decent for under $15 at amazon. Right at that limit I would consider Ultimate Ears 4000 headphones that really sound great on my ps vita. I just picked up a set of Koss Porta pros from amazon for $25 bucks but I think the price went back up on those.
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The ultimate ears 4000 look particularly nice considering what I want. Thanks for that recommendation, I'll check them out. 

 

H20Fidelity, thank you as well for your recommendations!


Edited by jbarrentine - 6/19/14 at 7:39pm
post #5 of 5
Hope you enjoy that choice. I think that at the clearance prices the ue line is a steal!
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