Shure SRH840 - I found a "B Stock" one on iHeadphones, which is brand new, but a damaged box, which wasn't really damaged when I got them; just there was no sellotape to keep the box shut. Oh well, it means I saved £35 off the normal price, so instead of costing £150, they cost £115! :) I exchanged the faulty WeSC Alp Horns for them, which cost £90, and I paid the £25 difference. :)
Skullcandy HESH (headband broken on the right-hand side; the curse of Skullcandy, it looks like! :P )
Skullcandy Terje Nine (headband broken on one side)
Bundled iPod earphones.
What I used to own:
WeSC Alp Horn - Lasted for nearly 11 months, which is a personal best for me.
Ultimate Ears SuperFi 5 vi - Cable went faulty after a fortnight's usage, got a replacement, but I exchanged them for the WeSC Alp Horns
Shure SRH240 - Owned four pairs; the cable went faulty on the first one, and on the other three, the sound went on one side
Sennheiser HD 228 White
Ultrasone iCans Okta
Sennheiser HD 215 - Sold them after owning them for nearly a year
Sennheiser PMX50 - Sound completely went from one side
Bundled Zune earphones
What I've tried:
Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Solo
Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Solo HD
Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio
As predicted, it's Monster, so they sound ok, but cost 3x what they should actually cost.
Headphone Amp Inventory:
FiiO E5 - Twinned with my WeSC Alp Horn, to give it the little extra bit of bass it needs.
Profigold PGA3302 CI - 1.5m 3.5mm to 3.5mm.
Other Audio Equipment:
Logitech X-540 5.1 surround sound speakers.
I'm open to almost anything. The only music I refuse to listen to is music created by anyone who needs Auto-Tune as much as oxygen.
You can see my music collection (well, what I've listened to in my collection :P ) on my Last.fm profile: http://www.last.fm/user/MightyJordan