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The Deals Thread (CLOSED! See the last post for the link to the new thread)

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by wyldrage, Aug 6, 2010.
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  1. veyrongatti
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    Well its not on sale anymore anyways...... 
     
  2. dxanex
    Ultrasone Pro 750 is $161 w/free shipping at Amazon
     
    http://www.amazon.com/Ultrasone-PRO-Closed-Back-Professional-Headphones/dp/B003USCCFA?t=slicinc-20&tag=slicinc-20
     
  3. devhen
    @dxanex:
     
    That's been posted a few times and affiliate links aren't allowed. You need to remove everything after /dp/B003USCCFA
     
    Looks like they've gone back up to $225.
     
    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B003USCCFA/
     
  4. dxanex
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  5. TheJazzyH
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    Thank you for your response. Although I'm personally looking to the MS 300 more for it's lower price and single-sided cable, the MS 400 seems to fit all of my current needs. From what I read, the MS 400 should go well with what I listen to, which is mostly rock, J-Pop, and electronic, and that the build quality is better than they appear to be. My ears are rather small, so they'll likely be comfortably circumaural for me (hopefully the on-ear MS 300s are comfortable enough for a few hours as well). And most importantly, they're forgiving of lossy low-bitrate tracks, which is great considering I have to compress most of my music to 192 kbps AAC to squeeze everything into my 8 GB iPod Touch (I will likely upgrade to a smartphone with more space on my next phone contract in a year). Hopefully, the MS 300 can also fulfill these given aspects.
     
    But even as I write this, the prices of both headphones continue to drop. I will wait and see if they ever stop before I pull the trigger on either of them. 
     
  6. Triggerfish
    Darn it. Was out of town and away from the computer for a couple of days. I missed the vamp. Anyone by chance heard of any other places liquidating them?
     
  7. HeroicPenguin
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    Yeah, definitely curious about this one too. I seemed to have missed the boat on this one too.
     
  8. dxanex
    SKullcandy is doing 50% off sale again (yeah I know this has been up before but they are doing it again so chill) free shipping with SKDYUPS50 code. Aviators are the only can worth a s**t for 75 bones they are not bad...
     
  9. DemonFox

    Agreed, good portable can with decent sound and great looks. Wouldn't buy them for more than $80-$100 though so this sale is perfect. I chickened out last time but I'm still in search or a good portable can under $200. I tried the CAL's and wasn't impressed even for $60 Just couldn't love em for what I'm gonna use them for. Not enough bass for me, and this doesn't mean they're bad headphones but I'm not the neutral kinda guy, I need feeling and emotion with my cans. I would still recommend them to people looking for a good portable can but they just aren't for me... Happy I got to try them out though. So search continues, anyone know of a good portable can that will used for a lot of electronic music and movies and some gaming but mainly the first two. Doesn't have to be expensive but has to have a strong bottom end and a personality. Grado's and Senn are not normally my bag but I'm willing to look at anything at this point.
     
  10. waynes world
    ^ jvc s500 are your cans
     
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  11. DemonFox

    Only heard about them in passing, what is it about them that you like?
     
  12. CashNotCredit
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    Well, I'm not Wayne, but I own these too, and they sound like exactly what you're looking for. They have the bass. Loud, boomy, in your face bass, but not so much that it's super-overkill (like the XB500s). They also have solid mids and highs (not as loud as the bass, kind of a V-shaped signature), and are very portable. They are on-ear, so they're not super comfy...but yep. They seem like they are exactly what you're looking for.
     
  13. veyrongatti
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    The Aviators are neutral try the M80? 
     
  14. DemonFox

    O_o really!?! Ok, little excited now. How did you get them I've seen eBay and Amazon have them. I live in the states so I'm guessing it'll take some time for me to get em but oh well I'm not gonna let that stop me from getting them. I found a place on Amazon with "express" shipping so total is $81 does that sound like a good deal or can I get faster shipping cheaper? I didn't think it was that bad for total price. Then again I just started looking
     
  15. CashNotCredit
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    JVC-HAS500s for $66 shipped. There, we're on topic now. 

    Edit: Mine took about 3 weeks to get from Japan to Michigan, USA.
     
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