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Music Best £40 Headphones

Discussion in 'General' started by pyro1son, 26 Nov 2011.

  1. pyro1son

    pyro1son Linux User!

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    I'm looking for a pair of headphones for about £40 I know you lot spend abit (alot) more than that on your sets but I am a poor(ish) student so can anybody recommend any?
     
  2. GeorgeStorm

    GeorgeStorm Aggressive PC Builder

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    Listening to music, gaming? Need a mic?
     
  3. Mongoose132

    Mongoose132 Duckmad

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    In ear? Over ear? Sport-style? details man :D
     
  4. pyro1son

    pyro1son Linux User!

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    Yeh sorry details would probably help!

    Over-ear and for listening to music/films.
     
  5. Blue Fiend

    Blue Fiend What's a Dremel?

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    Best bet would be trying to get a pair of used grado. I hd515 are another option. To be honest there arent many good over-ear headphones in that price range.
     
  6. Telltale Boy

    Telltale Boy Designated CPC Jetwhore

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    I've got the JVC HA-RX700s which are great for me and seem to be well recommended as a gret cheap option that outperforms many higher priced 'phones. One warning though, they're massive.
     
  7. Behemoth

    Behemoth Timelord in training

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    If you can goto £45 you can get some Sony XBS500 - I paid alot of money for mine 2 years ago but they aren't bad for a budget pair.
     
  8. woof82

    woof82 What's a Dremel?

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    Sennheiser HD465 or equivalent. Had mine for a good few years now, they're really comfortable for extended periods of use and have great sound reproduction.
     

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