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Looking for portable on-ear phones <150$ for electronic music

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Hey, I'm new here.

I'm looking for a pair of on-ear headphones for listening to music from my phone in public transport and at home from my laptop.
I mostly listen to electronic music(EDM) so I wouldn't mind a little emphasized bass. More often than not the tracks are mp3 extracted from youtube videos.
Budget is under 150$.
I would like to have bluetooth but I don't know how bad the sound quality really is.

I hope you can help me.
Thanks
Edited by juiceppe - 12/2/14 at 3:28am
post #2 of 9
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Nothing?
post #3 of 9
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What do you think of the Marshall Major?
post #4 of 9
I can't comment on the marshalls, but have a look at the Sennheiser momentum on-ears. They've been marked down pretty heavily thanks to recent sales events.
post #5 of 9
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And what about bluetooth ones?

post #6 of 9
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I saw Philips SHB9150BK and Sony MDR-ZX550BN. What do you think of these?

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And what about bluetooth ones?

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I saw Philips SHB9150BK and Sony MDR-ZX550BN. What do you think of these?

No experience, so no comment.
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Sennheiser Momentum vs ATH-M50

Which one is better? Is the ATH-M50 too big for portable use?

post #9 of 9

Neither headphone is necessarily better than the other. It all comes to down to preference and which headphone you think sounds more enjoyable to you. Out of those 2 I personally prefer the M50. I used to use it as a commuter can and had no issue with it being too large or anything like that. I see people using them on the go all the time.

 

I have to ask though - why are you using audio ripped from youtube videos? There are definitely better sources of electronic music with better sound quality - DI.fm, Soundcloud, Mixcloud, Beatport, DJ podcasts, etc.

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