#1
I've tried ALOT out and so far the Dr. Dre Studio Beats win, following some Bose headphones i've tried.

Price is NOT a problem, i just want an amazing pair of headphones so any recomendations would be cool, and anything that you know of that's being released or something soon
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#2
Just use some empty soup cans held together by a string and a wire running from the string into the headphone jack of your mp3 player.
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#4
I love my Sony MDR-V600. Been to hell an back with em, and they are still going strong.
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#5
Depends what you want 'em for. If you're an audiophile, Grado SR60 or SR80s are a good, cheap option. If you want studio phones, Sennheiser, AKG, Audio-Technica, etc. are good brands to look into. I've got a pair of Sony MDR-XD200s for home listening, they're wonderful.
#8
Sony MDR - 7506. These are the best. Period. I have listened and compared so many, and I do not buy things without doing my research. These are truly amazing headphones. The best you will ever hear! And they are flat (no enhanced frequencies), so you hear the music the way that the artist intended you to hear it. They are great for studio monitoring, as well. Here's a link:

http://www.amazon.com/Sony-7506-Pro-MDR-7506-Headphones/dp/B0002H02ZY