Headphones For Casual Use (Not Mixing) That Are Actually Decent???

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by DJ Wizz, Nov 28, 2008.

  1. DJ Wizz

    DJ Wizz Bless, Union, Force FM

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    Im bare fucking bored at work. I dunno how much filing and printing i can take! especially in this cold weather. All I have to keep me warm are fresh hot copys from the copier if i'm lucky.

    Anyway, wondering if anyone knew any cheapo (up to 35 really), in ear / round the neck of lightweight headphones that I can use to listen to dnb in the office without a stupid amount of spill so all my collegues get pissed off, but at the same time have a nice full sound with bass response and not just high end hiss!

    Safe let me know yer!
     
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    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    i've had a few pairs of sennhiser cx300's n the bass n quality for a small pair of headphones is emense trust will not be dissapointed!
     
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    Anything at that price will spill, best thing is to get any of the recs here and add inexpensive foam tips that will take out alot of the external noise and give the whole sound more tightness. Check out http://www.complyfoam.com/

    They do tips for the skull candy and the sens but ide go with v-moda bass freq personally