What HEadphones should i buy for like 150 -200 $
Feb 25, 2005 at 6:47 AM Post #16 of 20

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Originally Posted by sethk
For someone getting into high end headphone's I'd say the Sennheiser HD580/600 would be the best bet. It is the headphone to beat in this price range - some people prefer extra bass, some prefer punch / speed, but given no information and asked to pick for someone else, I'd pick Senns.

Oh I should add - this would not be the best bet if you plan to listen mostly to the headphone output of a portable player, in which case the HD 595 (used?) would be a better choice.



another senn's supporter
and remmember they are very comfy
 
Feb 25, 2005 at 7:25 AM Post #17 of 20

uzziah

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get an amp
get a home source
get a new job
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no, but really, any grado will leek sound like a mad man. i.e. everyone around you will be rockin (or royally pissed)

you know, i'm not going into it. exercise your right to search
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Feb 25, 2005 at 8:52 AM Post #19 of 20

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Piping in to suggest the HD595 (of course).
 
Feb 25, 2005 at 10:57 AM Post #20 of 20

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Originally Posted by Hughplayboy26
Hello, i am looking for the best sound quality headphones that i can buy for 150-200 $. If you have any good suggestions please email me at Hughplayboy26 at gmail.com


Welcome to head-fi, sorry about your wallet.

I don't think people here will email you.

I'm going to make some assumptions which may be wrong: You want sturdy, portable headphones that don't leak sound and sound good from any source.

I suggest the Senn HD 25-1. They fit the above criteria. If you want to supplement them with some headphones for home use, then either the Alessandro MS1, Senn HD555 or AT A500 would suit.
 

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