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I recently owned klipch image s4 earphones,  bought off amazon based on reviews but they broke within the year i got them 
 
I now NEED to buy new Earphone i'm dieing here listening to my music on 10 $ skullcandys
 
My budget is up to 200$ USD
For use with Ipod touch on bus rides, So i guess they need isolation 
Was thinking to make the change to headphones for their durability 
 
My main genres are Rock, Metal, Blues, Acoustic, Jazz and more ... basically everything
 
Any advice ? suggestions? 
 
 
 
 
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Senn HD25-1 ii
 
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Senn HD25-1 ii
 
x2. Durable, great isolation, they sound good out of a portable source and they do a great job with the genres you mentioned in my opinion. Of all the headphones I've heard, and all things considered, if I could only keep one pair of headphones it would probably be the HD25-1 II.
 
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Hey thank you for the fast replies, its a great help 
 
 

[size=1.7em] Sennheiser HD25-1 II seems to be the way to go [/size]

 
Anyone else have input about this ?
 
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I have not owned either, but FWIR they're both great. The M50's just seem much more comfortable.
 
The M50's are cheaper too. The supra aural fit from the HD 25 might not work. The only supra aural headphone I can use for long-term comfort is the Grado series.
 
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