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Good entry level audiophile full cups

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by packboy5, May 28, 2013.
  1. packboy5
    Hey everyone,
    I am a new audiophile and am new to this site. I'm looking for a good pair of headphones, preferably full bass cups, for under $50. I've looked at the Superlux HD668B but with shipping it was a little over my price range. Here are some I've also looked at:
    Superlux HD681
    Sennheiser HD202
    Koss UR 29
    Which of these would you recommend, or what other pair would you recommend over these?
  2. D K A
    Maybe you should try senheiser HD 201 or HD 202
  3. GaryPham
    I feel that the HD419 is very comfortable and is a steal for around 35 bucks.
  4. jjcoolaus
    I have had the Koss UR-50, which were good but in the end i stopped wearing them because they are on-ear. The bass was fantastic. I noticed the reviews aren't that good for the UR29 though.
    You might also consider the Audio Technica ATH-RE70, AKG K519DJ, AKG K512, along with the Beyerdynamic DT235.
  5. zazex
    JVC HA S500.
    These are amazing headphones,
    using a new technology.
    (Carbon nanotubes - it's not a gimmick.)
    Thing is, they've got to be sourced from Japan.
    Not a problem, but many folks think it is.
    Mine took 4 days to arrive from Japan,
    bought from an eBay seller.
    Wow, what a bargain.
    Upon hearing them, I immediately
    ordered a second pair.
  6. packboy5
    Thanks for the info, I ended up going with the Sennheiser HD 419 due to low cost, comfort, and strong bass. I'll try them out and post a review. If all else fails, I have a 30 day money back guarantee [​IMG]

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