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What type of headphones do you use?
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razer tiamat elite 7.1 surround gaming headset
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That's probably because spending hundreds on Beats is the stupidest idea. They cost $18 to manufacture, and are sold at an expensive retail price probably due to the branding behind the product. It's shit.

I mainly buy cheap lil Sony earphones, or I use the Nokia earphones that came with my phone are decent. I don't really have spare money to purchase proper headphones.


Totally agree! I have some cheap headphones but it sounds surprisingly good, and i can say that i'm very picky when it comes to hear my punk and noise rock. Of course some expensive ones would be even better but still for the price, great quality.

Hearing now my smashing pumpkins and it sounds so good!
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Razer kraken neon !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Sennheiser HD 558's. I got them for my birthday and I've been rather pleased with them so far. They were about £120 (about $200) but you'd probably get them way cheaper in the US since everything over there is cheaper than it is in England.
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I have Bose noise-cancelling headphones, it's super awesome!!! Would recommend it to anyone who wants to be higher quality headphones.
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I've got a Steelseries Siberia V2
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Sennheiser PC 350. They're great.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:



I have Bose noise-cancelling headphones, it's super awesome!!! Would recommend it to anyone who wants to be higher quality headphones.


Are they active canceling or passive?
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phogan wrote:

Are they active canceling or passive?


I don't know what those terms mean.

But I'm guessing active since I have to use AAA battery.
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These are my Noontec ZORO HD. Sound quality is way above average, excellent balance, durable quality material and they work so well they trap sound where it belongs and cancel out a good amount of noise outside. I got mine for $60 back in July 2013 and still working like the day I unboxed them.

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phogan wrote:

Are they active canceling or passive?


I don't know what those terms mean.

But I'm guessing active since I have to use AAA battery.


Most headphones are passive canceling cause it's cheaper, and usually it means they put sound proofing material inside to keep out noise.

Active cancelation uses a microphone and some electronic to monitor noise and generate the same sound at the same amplitude but 180 degrees out of phase so the two sounds cancel each other out. It's usually expensive, I've seen them for $400 USD and up.

I have been curious if they are any good, but unwilling to spend the money to find out.
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I have to have bluetooth headphones because I've ripped far too many wires. So, I mostly buy Logitech wireless headphones.

I think I'll upgrade to a better set later, since one Logitech also had controls like Next/Pause/etc, and had a much better color (black). Also, the price is good at about 25 bucks on Amazon.
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The headphones I use are Beats Solo, but only because I spent $10 on them at a raffle. So for ten dollars, I'd say they were worth the cost, but they didn't sound that far off from my previous $5 headphones, and when first got them I kind of liked the $5 one better if they weren't already broken. So far I've had them for half a year, and I'm waiting for my brother to buy a new expensive pair of headphones and hand me down his noise cancelling Bose everyone is talking about.
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Audio Technica ATH-M50 one of the best headphones in general and are a little over $100.
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JVC HA-RX900



Can't really beat the performance for the price($50 if you find them on sale); they hold their own against many headphones that cost $200+. I've got the mic from a Turtle Beach headset attached to it but I plan to mod them further when I get around to getting another set as a backup.
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