Foldable headphone, Which to choose?
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Hello how are you?
 
First sorry for my English.
 
I will buy foldable headphones but not which to choose.
 
This are the headphones I can buy:
 
AKG K-404
Energy Sistem Energy DJ-410
-Sony MDR-V150
JVC HA-S360-
- Pioneer SE-MJ511
-Philips SHL4000
-PHILIPS SHL9600
-Philips SHL9300
 
Which is better and why?
 
Seeking that the headphones have strong bass and are comfortable.
 
The use would be for all practically
 
I have to buy a headphone 40€
 
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I do not know...

But, If I had to choose from that list. I would take the Sony product first.

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Thank you for answering

Hey, No problem...

But please post back and let us know what your choice was, and how they sound.

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Don't get the HA-S360. While the sound isn't that bad, it isn't that great. The main problem is that is is very light and feels very flimsy. Several people complained about breaking it. i am careful with mine and haven't broken it, but I can't recommend it. Is the Sennheiser PX100II too expensive? Is the AKG K430 or K450 too expensive? If you are willing to consider something compact without a folding a headband but with drivers that rotate to the flat position, then consider the JVC HA-S160 Flats or the JVC HA-S650. The HA-S650 has more bass and a much warmer sound. Read this thread. http://www.head-fi.org/t/614729/compact-portable-headphone-roundup-16-phones-including-portapro-px-100-ii-v-jays-tracks-k430-and-more
 
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Don't get the HA-S360. While the sound isn't that bad, it isn't that great. The main problem is that is is very light and feels very flimsy. Several people complained about breaking it. i am careful with mine and haven't broken it, but I can't recommend it. Is the Sennheiser PX100II too expensive? Is the AKG K430 or K450 too expensive? If you are willing to consider something compact without a folding a headband but with drivers that rotate to the flat position, then consider the JVC HA-S160 Flats or the JVC HA-S650. The HA-S650 has more bass and a much warmer sound. Read this thread. http://www.head-fi.org/t/614729/compact-portable-headphone-roundup-16-phones-including-portapro-px-100-ii-v-jays-tracks-k430-and-more
 
But the sennheiser PX100 II is open, I need a closed headphone.
 
I have 40€ for buy a headphone.
 
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Your initial post didn't mention that you need a closed headphone. We aren't mind readers. Avoid the Sony V150. It has boomy bass. The low priced Sony headphones tend to be rather poor quality, while some of the better Sony headphones are rather good.
 
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Your initial post didn't mention that you need a closed headphone. We aren't mind readers. Avoid the Sony V150. It has boomy bass. The low priced Sony headphones tend to be rather poor quality, while some of the better Sony headphones are rather good.
It´s true, sorry
 
 
I will use headphones when riding a bicycle or walking.
 
It would be better closed or open?
 
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While riding a bicycle... ?

Have a look at the Jaybird Sportsband 2 headphone.

Bluetooth with AptX technology.

And a lifetime sweatproof guarantee.

Good Stuff, Jim
 
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While riding a bicycle... ?
Have a look at the Jaybird Sportsband 2 headphone.
Bluetooth with AptX technology.
And a lifetime sweatproof guarantee.
Good Stuff, Jim
 It´s too expensive.
 
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Imo it is too dangerous to use a closed headphone when bicycling. It is also dangerous to use a closed headphone while walking through traffic intersections. Imo the PX100II would be great for use while bicycling. Other choices to use while bicycling are the koss KSC75 and the JVC HA-EB75 earbuds with earhooks.
 
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Imo it is too dangerous to use a closed headphone when bicycling. It is also dangerous to use a closed headphone while walking through traffic intersections. Imo the PX100II would be great for use while bicycling. Other choices to use while bicycling are the koss KSC75 and the JVC HA-EB75 earbuds with earhooks.
Are they comfortable and have good bass the PX 100 II?
 
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