Takstar HD2000, Edifier H840 or Samson SR850?

Which should I get?

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I am looking for a cheap headphone that I can use at home(gaming and music listening), I use a Takstar Pro 82 coupled with the Audio-GD 1128 when I am in the office but I bring my takstar with me at home and use it with my Fiio K1 that I recently just bought but sometimes it gets tedious always bringing it with me as I might accidentally break it or something. So I want to ask the community for suggestions, thanks in advance!
 
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I've found Takstar headphones to offer great bang for the buck.
I believe the Samson is made by the same company that makes Takstar headphones.
 
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A lot of people seem to like Superlux headphones, considering the price. Something like the HD681 Evo might do the trick?
 
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The 681 Evo could possibly do the trick but it needs headband stretching (on a box maybe) in my experience to mitigate the sort of cheekbone discomfort it sometimes has.a bit of. Sound quality is pretty good, though. Build quality is fine for the price.
 
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The 681 Evo could possibly do the trick but it needs headband stretching (on a box maybe) in my experience to mitigate the sort of cheekbone discomfort it sometimes has.a bit of. Sound quality is pretty good, though. Build quality is fine for the price.
I found the headband on the HD681 EVO too tight, so gave them to my nephews, but I thought it had great audio quality, for it's price
 
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That superlux model seems quite a bit pricy from where I am :triportsad: which is why I stuck to those 3 options above. Just good for gaming and playing my flacs at home and I'll be all set.
 
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Takstar HD2000 aren't very good. I had one around. Takstar HI2050 / Pro 80 are much better.

From all the cheap headphones I've tried, the FiiO F3 (IEM) is the one I'm most comfortable recommending.

When buying a full size for very little money you're mostly paying for the bigger object and sound quality suffers.
 
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Takstar HD2000 aren't very good. I had one around. Takstar HI2050 / Pro 80 are much better.

From all the cheap headphones I've tried, the FiiO F3 (IEM) is the one I'm most comfortable recommending.

When buying a full size for very little money you're mostly paying for the bigger object and sound quality suffers.
I would prefer headphones at the moment, not thinking of investing in an earphone yet. :dt880smile: Thanks for your input!
 
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