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What do you have for headphones?

Discussion in 'Technology' started by YotaKid62, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. YotaKid62

    YotaKid62 [OP] Dirty mall crawler

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    I've been getting more into audio lately and I realized that skullcandies are shitty (except i've had some of their newer lines are decent) so i replaced my skullcrushers with some v-moda lp's. Now i know alot of people who know headphones talk down on these, but to my untrained ear they sound awesome and are pretty comfy. What do you have for headphones, or what do you think are good?
     
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    acdronin Well-Known Member

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    I've gone through a few different ones and settled on a pair of mid range Kicker earbuds, the sound is good, full and loud, you get different size pads and the wires are sheathed in cloth so they are easy to untangle, i don't remember what I paid but i wanna say about 35-40? Had em for about 6-8 months and I like em
     
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    Forster46 Very nice how much?

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    I like the ones that used to come with ipods. I dont know what they come with nowadays. The squishy ones that go inside your ear suck and never ever stay in, and are very uncomfortable. I like the classic round ones, they never fall out. Good enough sound for me.
     
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    THExBUSxDRIVER Victory is reserved...

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    Personally I like the skullcandy inkd earbuds. Never failed me.
     
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    x2 I had those headphones for the longest time, I used them so often I went through 3 pairs in 2 years. They give an amazing sound and they're only ~$20
     
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    Sennheiser CX300II earbuds & Audio-Technica FC700 as closed cans. Love em both.

    If you want something right down the middle, check out the KOSS PortaPro. Legendary.

    http://amzn.com/B00001P4ZH
     
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    I hate earbuds. Uncomfortable and sounds like crap. I usually get a decent pair of Sony open air headphones. My favorite headphones were Sony MDR-Q33LPS. Right now I have a pair of Sony MDR-PQ3 I wear when gaming.
     
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    Earbuds never fit me well. I use AIAIAI's TMA-1, they're awesome. The fit is comfortable, and sound great. I also like their durability and fact you can twist and bend them, it makes it easy to move them off one ear.

    http://www.aiaiai.dk/store/headphones/tma-1
     
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    For home use I have Sony MDR V600, $99.99 and AKG 701, on sale for $299.99 because they are replaced by the 702. Good cans will blow away speakers costing thousands of $$$. I don't use headphones in public so I can't recommend any in ear models. Look on stereophile.com for some good reviews.
     
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    For gaming i have turtle beach x31's since all i paid for them was for a new chat chord. They're pretty good, and comfortable!
     

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