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Good full size Headphones. Price at max. 200-250€

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 

Hello Guys,

I want to buy good Headphones for my FiiO X3. It is a portable player, but has enaugh power for the most Headphones (even enaugh power for headphones with a bit more ohms). So As long as the Headphones has under 300 Ohms it sould be ok.

I want closed Headphones for mobile use, but i still want to have the audiophile feeling. 

My Top List is:

Denon AH-D 600

Audio Technica ATH-M50x

Beyerdynamics DT 770 Pro

 

Are there any other good closed Headphones in that price range?

And what are the best ones?

I want to have a nice stage and a clear sound. I am not a Bass junkie, but i like a bit warmer Headphones.

 

Regards

 

ChrizZly

post #2 of 10

The 770's are much too big for portable (especially on the go) use.  You might add the Senn Momentum to your consideration list.

post #3 of 10

NAD HP50 demo them ... they are gr8 :)

post #4 of 10
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Originally Posted by aprforomindia View Post

 

NAD HP50 demo them ... they are gr8 :)

 

+1 for the NAD HP50 or you can try its sibling the PSB M4U1 (from Paul Barton). These are portable headphones.

 

Full-sized foldable closed headphones under 250€:

JVC HA-SZ1000/SZ2000 (These are bass monsters.)

Soundmagic HP100

Yamaha HPH-PRO500

Shure SRH840/SRH940

post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 

Ok.

So I am looking forward to these Headphones:

Denon AH-D 600

Audio Technica ATH-M50x

NAD Viso HP50

Shure SRH 840

 

What can you tell me about them? Which should I buy? I want a really nice and clear sound. hear many details, I can't with cheap headphones. I want them to have slightly bass boosted (to have some fun, not for analytics), but i want to have an audiophile character. And I want to have a "Wow"- Effect when I hear them (after burn-in for these guys who believe in it, I do).

post #6 of 10

The NAD HP50 and PSB M4U 1 are the best of bunch for portable use.  However, they cost more too.

post #7 of 10
Fun:
Yamaha pro 500 (oops... Sorry for the repeat)
Polk audio ultrafocus 8000
Edited by zunehdrocks - 6/24/14 at 11:54am
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post #9 of 10
Thread Starter 

I dont want Batteries in my Headphones. I dont like Noice Canceling in Headphones

post #10 of 10
Yamaha mt220
http://www.witchdoctor.co.nz/index.php/2013/08/yamaha-hph-mt220-monitoring-headphones-review/
http://www.head-fi.org/products/yamaha-high-fidelity-premium-studio-monitor-headphones-37-ohms-impedance
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