#1
I'm looking for some new headphones to replace my older, more worn out ones.

Sound quality is top priority. Really I just want the best value for the money I have. Comfort is something I would want as I would be wearing these for hours. Noise isolation is something I want aswell.

The max I'm willing to go is £150 ($230) but I'd prefer to keep it to where it is now.

Thanks in advance.
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#2
open or closed back?
for recording music, or just for listening to out and about?
wired? wireless?
in-ear? on ear? over-ear?

you didn't really give us much to go on!
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Quote by LessThanLuke
open or closed back?
for recording music, or just for listening to out and about?
wired? wireless?
in-ear? on ear? over-ear?

you didn't really give us much to go on!



Closed, if possible
Listening, playing games on laptop/ds
Wired
Over ear or on ear, again, if possible. I don't wanna close off any great headphones just because they're closed back
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These are open backed no? He said isolation is important, so closed back would be best


Maybe ATH M50?



oh shit didnt see that.


ignore.
#10
I was looking at Sennheiser models e.g. HD580, HD555, HD280. Has anyone had any experience with these?
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