Sealed headphones under 100$, a bit bassy and comfy?
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So I had the dt-770s and they broke. They were very comfy, and they sealed okay.
 
I currently have the takstar hi-2050s, and they sound nice, but they are open.
 
 
I know about the takstar pro 80 headphones, but they will take forever to be delivered.
 
Any other headphone recommendations? I tried the monoprice 8323s but they hurt my ears so much.
 
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I'm not sure if the MDR-V6 is bassy, but I can say that they have clean, refined, crisp bass. Usually $67 on amazon
 
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Sorry to hear about your 770s.  
 
For less than $100... possibly consider the HD 439.  Very comfy with good bass support.  No amp required.  They are $80 at bestbuy.com, for example.
 
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Creative Aurvana Live! Very good closed back headphones under 100$.
 
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How did they break? You might be able to repair them for less than the cost of a new pair of headphones.
 
 
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Try contacting Beyer. It might be as simple as resoldering a loose connection. But I don't think you'll find the same headphone but better under $100; you're probably better off getting the headphones you like working.
 
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