Audio Technica M50 or Shure SRH750dj for electonic music?
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Well, after much looking and studying Im between these two models:

-Audio Technica M50: 115 €
-Shure SRH750DJ: 90 €

I've read to many people in favor of m50 and others say the shure are better, so its hard to Decide, I love electronic music, and i think both are good for that, i like bass, but not overpowered, the trebble and mids should be fine. For that price should i buy the shure's? Or Audio technica m50 is better?
Sorry because i know there are lots of posts asking the same, and my english is not good.
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I'd probably choose the HD25II (non SP as it uses inferior drivers), the CAL! is not that category (a bit muddy in the bass). The DT770 is also good if you prefer a more u-shaped sound, the HD25II is more balanced and efficient (as I guess there will be no separate amp to drive the headphones).
 
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Since 750DJs are cheaper and 90 EUR is a VERY good price for those I'd go for them. They are quite similar headphones but 750DJs might have slightly bigger soundstage but otherwise should be fairly similar sounding. The comfort might be an issue for some but M50 isn't perfect either and suffers from "sweaty-ears" issue. I've seen several people shaping the pads on the 750DJs to be more oval shaped to fit around the ears better which should help regarding comfort but the pads are so shallow the eartips might still touch the foam though.
 
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