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I'm looking for over/on ear headphones for listening to hardstyle, just on my computer or phone/tablet. I'm kinda new to sound quality stuff. I have only owned a few 5$ in ear and on ear headphones. And a Bose internet radio with airplay ( Yea Bose is overpriced and doesn't sound that good, I didn't buy it ) 

 

Well yea things that matter to me ( highest is most important ) :

 

Sound Quality ( of course )

Build Quality ( I don't care about spending some money if they last a couple years )

Price  ( well yea not going to spend 100$ more cus they look just a bit better )

comfort ( as long as they don't start to hurt to mutch it's fine )

availability ( would like to buy them in a local shop, and they don't have brands that aren't popular )

 

 

Pioneer hdj series looks pretty interesting, but some people posted already that they break quite fast.

I can't really give something like a price a want to spend, the most important thing is the sound quality If 100$ headphones sound awesome then it's fine, but if they sound terrible I would rather spend more.

 

Thanks a lot for your help, and I'm sorry for my bad English.

 

Edit: Just found this wall of fame someon mentioned on the forum here: http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/innerfidelitys-wall-fame-full-size-sealed

I don't know I have checked both the Audio-Technica ATH-M50X and V-Moda crosfade M and seem like they're pretty hard to get here


Edited by lanadekat - 10/31/14 at 2:26pm
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Is the the Sennheiser HD280 or HD380 hard to get where you live?

 

Your English is very good.

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Is the the Sennheiser HD280 or HD380 hard to get where you live?

 

Your English is very good.

easy to get, they got both. But they don't have removable cables and reviews tell that the sound quality isn't that great either. They also got the Audio-Technica ATH-M50X/M40X the M40X looks pretty nice, but I don't know. Why are the sennheisers so good?


Edited by lanadekat - 11/1/14 at 4:29am
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Actually both the HD280 and HD380 have removable cables. The HD380 pops out very easily.

 

The HD280 is a little bright, and not the best comfort in the world, but the HD380 I think is a much better headphone than the ATH-M50x. It is more comfortable and has better soundstage.

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Originally Posted by TwelveTrains View Post
 

Actually both the HD280 and HD380 have removable cables. The HD380 pops out very easily.

 

The HD280 is a little bright, and not the best comfort in the world, but the HD380 I think is a much better headphone than the ATH-M50x. It is more comfortable and has better soundstage.

Oh yea the HD280 has 3 models, 2 of them don't have the removable cable. The 380 costs 5 euro more, If I'm going to buy the HD380 I'll probably want a normal non-coiled cable. And I just read some reviews The only thing that's bad about them is the cable. Anyway Do you know a straight cable that's like 1-2m long that fits?

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