#1
I've tried lots of Sennheisers, Sony and Panasonic but they all broke within a month

I'm looking into Moshi, but it's a brand I'm not too familiar with. How do they sound?

#4
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I'm just giving you shit man

I've never had Moshi headphones. Sony have usually lasted good for me, not sure why you haven't had luck with them.
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#5
I abuse my gear like hell, although the last decent pair of Sennheisers that I cherished and coveted was absolutely destroyed by my drunken friends
#7
Seinheissers are built like tanks; how did you destroy them? Just get another pair or get some beats.
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#8
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If you're breaking decent headphones within a month it might just be you...

I know but it won't mean I won't stop listening to music. Earphones suck.

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Seinheissers are built like tanks; how did you destroy them? Just get another pair or get some beats.

It was in a bag, my drunk friends were jumping all over the place. Rinse, repeat. Beats are overpriced as fuck.
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#9
They don't look all that sturdy... I'd probably just get another pair of the sennheisers.
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#10
1. Beats are terrible cans. End of.
2. If you're spending cash on some high quality headphones you have to treat them like they're made of glass. That shit's expensive.
3. Audio Technicas are pretty solid and "break proof". They're expensive, but they're damn sturdy.