Headphones Needed

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  1. vallver

    vallver Well-Known Member

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    Well... I am planning on buying some headphones and would like some advice. I would like them to be good and around 130$.

    If possible, I would like them to be available in white, but it is not required.


    Thanks in advance
     
  2. travmanx

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    I'm a dummer and I came across VicFirths head phones. They are really supposed to be used for drumming and gigs because it reduces overall noise levels by 24 decibels and features high quality stereo headphones. There only about $50. And are worth it, tbh there the best I've came acrossed yet.
     
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    Go with something by Bose. That would be your best bet, in my opinion. You'd just have to look around though when they are on sale, otherwise they are over your budget.
     
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    i have the bose in ear headphones and listening to music has never been so good
     
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    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    what are you buying them for? gaming or music?
     
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    music
     
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    Go with a Bose product, They're earphones are usually cheap and give off really good sound quality. I bought a pair of Bose a while ago which were about $80, And they were great, The bass was beautiful and the noise reduction was just right. I also saw a pair that are supposed to cancel out all noises except for costant noises like talking, but it blocks out stuff like air conditioning noises and stuff. Look it up, Bose is the way to go for Audio quality.
     
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    Don't hesitate. Go with the Bose. I got a pair of Bose just a few days ago, you can look up
    http://www.dealstudio.com/searchdeals.php?deal_id=70179
    These are my favorite choice for quality listening. They don't tire my ears out (like plugs) and they isolate me from all but hte most intrusive environmental distractions.
    I have owned many different headphones over the years, but nothing beats this set of Bose. Besides being lightweight and a perfect fit over the ears, the reproduction of highs and lows are unparalleled with anything else on the market.
     
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    I tried some bose and wondered why I had never got quality headphones before. Too bad I can't afford them though.
     
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