HeadPhones -- NEED QUICK RESPONSE

Discussion in 'Audiophiles: Headphones, Earphones, etc.' started by manutdfan539, Feb 11, 2009.

  1. manutdfan539

    manutdfan539 New Member

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    Okay, me B-Day is coming up soon, and I was wanting an Amare Stoudemire Jersey, but seeing as he might be traded...

    I was thinking new headphones. I would prefer anything really, just solid, somewhat noise cancelling headphones. About $100 limit. Any ideas? Please hurry because I will need to decide by like tomarrow.
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    iPodTouchNoob007 New Member

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    apple in-ear earphones
    or
    radius atomic bass earphones
    are the best choices
  3. Gamma

    Gamma Active Member

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    I have Skullcandy's, and I love them, but apparently they're not that good...

    Maybe the Senn CX300?
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    skullcandys are great, get those, unless you want to spend more money get other ones. but skullcandys are great, i have my ipod just under half and it blocks all sound and only u can hear ur music.
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    Skullcandy is a little overpriced for the sound quality, don't get me wrong they sound good (I own a pair of the lowriders) but there are some better ones on the market. I bought a pair of phillips in ear for around 30 bucks and they have served me well (until I busted on of them). I'd say google around some, there are hundreds of different kinds, but I'd also try to stick with something well known (such as Phillips, JVC (I think they make headphones), etc.) and read some reviews online. Also check out newegg or something if you want a good deal.
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    marcus182 New Member

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    westone um1. ~100$. seal is great, sound quality is great. you won't be dissapointed.

    or, get a kobe/bynum/gasol/etc. jersey

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    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    What music do you even listen to? Different IEM's have different sound signatures and certain ones sound best with certain genres. If you listen to rock/r&b then the Denon C571 are really good. You can find them for $100 on Amazon I think, whilst if you like classical/jazz, the Etymotic Er6i are very good since they focus more on clarity and detail, but it is not a bass heavy IEM
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    Boomy bass I recall, I wouldn't recommend them.
  8. angelzz

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    go for senheisser

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    imo its not worth 100bucks for a apple in ear earphones

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    Senn CX300s FTW.
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    I have the CX300, they are quite good but you get alot of noise from the cables and stuff. Maybe go for the 400 or something newer, but Sennheiser all the way \m/

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