#1
I'm looking for some new headphones, preferably closed cans that are under $120 with good bass response and don't color the sound too much. Please don't say Skullcandy; they suck.
#4
Quote by Shpongled
Sennheiser HD280 Pro. Runs about $100 USD.


+1 best value for money in my opinion and very nice headphones
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#7
Sennheiser PX-100's are great, but they are open-air ones. The HD series is good.

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#8
Quote by hippiebass
Please don't say Skullcandy; they suck.



+1

everyone thinks they are so great because they come in a million colors and all the "cool kids" have them, lol

but they dont sound any better than the stock headphones you get with cassette players
#9
Quote by JessMess
+1

everyone thinks they are so great because they come in a million colors and all the "cool kids" have them, lol

but they dont sound any better than the stock headphones you get with cassette players

>_> They're actually really good.
#10
Quote by Shpongled
Sennheiser HD280 Pro. Runs about $100 USD.


+200000
Awesome headphones
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#11
I have a few more questions now. When I was researching the Sennheisers most of the places said open headphones had better sound quality than the sealed ones. So, is the ambient noise blocking worth the quality, or is there only a small discrepancy? Also, I heard that the Sennheiser's were "honky" sounding, is this a big deal?