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24 / M / Miami,FL
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Posted 11/21/11 , edited 11/21/11
What's you're favorite headphones ?

I'm going with Monster beats by dre for in ears.

Just because the bass is EPIC,during electronic songs and bass drops i can feel the bass hit my brain
Posted 11/21/11
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Pioneer HDJ1000
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Posted 11/22/11

Favorite in ears = AKG k3003
dont have them but tried them.

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21 / M / jerseycity baby!
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Posted 11/26/11
BEATS BY DR DRE
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40 / M / Fremont, CA
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Posted 12/1/11
sony mdr-v900 (not the mdr-v900hd)
then
sony mdr-v700DJ

for clarity, maybe the allen and heath xone xd53

the beats look nice and sound great, but aren't worth the price


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Posted 12/1/11
I have a pair of these, they're thebest I've had but I broke them and now they're covered in duct tape XD
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20 / M / Seattle
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Posted 12/1/11

itachi_rulez wrote:

BEATS BY DR DRE


Lol, overrated headphones.
I've seen some for 2x as less with much more base, and much more volume output capability.
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Posted 12/1/11
I've got blue skullcandys and they've always been OSOM if you ask me?
Bu they've gotten old and dont really work so good now... *Sniff*
So im gonna see if i can get the chrome yellow ones~

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Posted 12/1/11
I've got a headset with the ear phones and mic for music and gaming
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21 / M / jerseycity baby!
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Posted 12/2/11

o3oBuddha wrote:


itachi_rulez wrote:

BEATS BY DR DRE


Lol, overrated headphones.
I've seen some for 2x as less with much more base, and much more volume output capability.


Like which ones? Honestly i gotta know... if they cost less and you say they are beter,
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20 / M / Seattle
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Posted 12/2/11

itachi_rulez wrote:


o3oBuddha wrote:


itachi_rulez wrote:

BEATS BY DR DRE


Lol, overrated headphones.
I've seen some for 2x as less with much more base, and much more volume output capability.


Like which ones? Honestly i gotta know... if they cost less and you say they are beter,


I have a pair of DT770's


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18 / M / Cloud Nine
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Posted 12/7/11
i own a pair of Skullcandy platinum aviators and i own them with pride. sure they don't have high to extreme bass but for their price compared to other headphones on the market they have crystal clear audio. I wasn't chasing extreme bass anyways as i wanted to use them for everything like watching movies, playing games on portable devices and well etc. they are really comfortable and give the user an incredible amount of S.W.A.G. i do prefer these over Dre Beats reason being i placed a pair of pros on my head valued at $600 (please correct me if the name of the headphones is wrong but i know they are not studios they were the version up) and the main difference was that their was more surround sound, not a great deal but it was still there. this would be because the headphones are much larger as well. with my Skullcandy's being $250 i believe that from a price to performance ratio that i got one of the best headsets on the market.
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Posted 12/9/11 , edited 12/9/11
Audio Technica AD700 They look goofy but sound fantastic big difference coming from cheap gaming headsets and Logitech/creative speakers I don't even use my speakers anymore since they sound bad now. They are incredibly comfortable I wear glasses and have no problem using these for several hours with only very minor discomfort. They are a bright headphone with an emphasis on the high and mids giving them a light airy sound with the details and vocals in music really shining through with a clarity you don't get in cheaper headphones/headsets. The open design and large 53mm drivers give them a very large sound stage for a pair of headphones which works well for gaming making sounds easier to pinpoint although because of this they don't isolate outside sounds and leak noise. These are very bass shy headphones by default so I used the bass boost and equalizer on my sound to increase the bass and it helps to balanced out the sound and make them more enjoyable adding tight punchy bass without degrading the sound quality of the mids and highs but there defiantly still on the light side bass wide so if your a basshead look elsewhere.

Posted 12/10/11 , edited 12/10/11
My favorite headphones are the Sony MDR-R10s. These are hailed as one of the best headphones ever made and rightfully so, they are an unique and legendary pair of headphones. The sound is simply so real and so beautiful. The command a hefty price of $4000 when they were new. They were discontinued a few years ago and only available used with only about 2000 in existence, depending on their condition they now range from $3000-$6000 and seem to be going up in price as time goes on. A bit of history about the R10s, the R10s were first produced back in 1989 and production ended around 2004. The whole headphone is made by all natural materials. The drivers are made by a special driver made out of a special super-thin all-natural material called bio-cellulose which is created by bacterium, Note when it comes to speaker and headphone diaphragms the thinner is usually better for sound reproduction. The wooden housings are specially carved and selected for the best possible sound, the wood used is from 200 year old Zelkova trees. The ear pads are made from Greek lambskin.The cable is wrapped with silk. These are the most comfortable headphones I've ever used.

Well to the sound. These are closed-back headphones. Note the headphones above as they are open-back. Well open-back headphones generally have a more open sound and a better sound-stage and generally sound better as a whole, but the catch is that leak sound. The most open headphones ever may be the AKG K1000, which is hailed to have the best sound-stage of any headphone. Note the R10s are one notable exception to open headphones having better soundstage as the R10 has some of the best soundstage I've ever heard in any headphone, and it has the best imaging of any headphone I've ever used. Other things that set this headphone apart from others is the amount of detail it has, it is one of the most detailed headphones ever produced, with only a few with slighly better detail and those are basically just as expensive as the R10s. The mid-range in the R10 is the best I've ever heard as are it's highs. If there could be one weakness is their sound it could be that it's a little lean on bass-impact and low-end bass detail. But note it's bass is far superior to most headphones and if amplified properly the bass leaness basically disappears, so it's nothing to note if u have proper equipment to drive the headphones. These headphones have an euphoric sound and are easily listenable for many hours at a time.
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19 / F / Canada, Mickey Mo...
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Posted 12/10/11
"Sony Black DYNAMIC Stereo Sound System Headphones." I have two pairs. I got made fun of for having these at school cause of my money.. Screw the rules, I hav money.
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