Monster beats for DNB?

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  1. Dalek657

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    My daughter's got some of those I've tried them there quiet good rugged aswell she's had them two years
     
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    All Beats are overpriced pieces of shit... if you ask me.

    For the £20-£30 price range, your best bet is Soundmagic E10s.

    They rival some more expensive pairs I've used in the past.
     
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    Whats the sound like? And noise cancellation how good is noise cancellation?
     
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    And yeah I agree in most cases beats are overpriced wank more about making a fashion statement than music but I don't think these seem too bad
     
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    Depends which buds you put in I'd say they come with a selection
     
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    Beats are garbage do yourself a favour and buy some sennheisers around that price range