Need help buying my first pair of good headphones.
Aug 8, 2012 at 12:22 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 13

kreashion

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Alright, so I've been looking around and I've had trouble finding anything that is specific enough for my problem. I've a old ass iPod Classic and a 4th gen iPod Touch, both of which I listen to a silly amount of electronica and alt rock and indie rap on. It's is almost all electronica though, I've already listened to about 15-20 hours of electronica and its 24 minutes into Wednesday . What I need is the best possible Headphones for bass for under $150 with being closer to $100-120 if possible. I would love for them to replace my ****ty skullcandy earbuds as my overall usage, I would need something that I could bike with/ work with/ sit around with. My absolute maximum is $175 and that's only if they fit my criteria exactly. I had a pair of Grado i60's and some HD Sennheiser's but I can find them anymore. I am very active and I like having background music at all times so they definately need to be portable and extremely durable. Thanks in advance.
 
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Sony MDR-V6 (decently bassy)
 
Aug 10, 2012 at 12:42 AM Post #10 of 13

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Alright, so I've been looking around and I've had trouble finding anything that is specific enough for my problem. I've a old ass iPod Classic and a 4th gen iPod Touch, both of which I listen to a silly amount of electronica and alt rock and indie rap on. It's is almost all electronica though, I've already listened to about 15-20 hours of electronica and its 24 minutes into Wednesday . What I need is the best possible Headphones for bass for under $150 with being closer to $100-120 if possible. I would love for them to replace my ****ty skullcandy earbuds as my overall usage, I would need something that I could bike with/ work with/ sit around with. My absolute maximum is $175 and that's only if they fit my criteria exactly. I had a pair of Grado i60's and some HD Sennheiser's but I can find them anymore. I am very active and I like having background music at all times so they definately need to be portable and extremely durable. Thanks in advance.

Might want to check out the TakStar Pro 80.
 

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