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    Headphone Recommendations

    I am looking for a set of decent quality in ear headphones, but not sure which brands are worth considering? at the moment, I have a set of Sony headphones, but I want some better ones.

    Does anyone know anything about Sennheiser headphones?

    Any other recommendations?

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    http://www.htfr.com/headphones/

    i recommend behringer

    sennheiser are good however
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    I am suggesting closed ear systems first cos them am the best

    Behringer although very good make sortof entry level stuff.

    Best head speakers I have *** across are the Sennheiser PX100 open headspeakers

    However for the same price and they come a very close second (and I personally own them) the Beyerdynamic DT 231's are exceptional head speakers

    These are both about £50 each However If you think you wanna spend more sennheiser go up to about 50k lol

    You have to remember a human ear is only capable of hearning certain frequency so I say spending around £100 is when you start getting the top top end gear and it wont get any better personally I paired mine with the sennheisers and although I really liked the dound on the open backs the closed back cut a lot more of the background noise out and they were a fiver cheaper.

    But yeah if you wanna spend stupid money and wan in ear jobbies get a set of sure SE310 they are the dogs bollox of in ear headphones
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    I have Shure in ear jobs....they cut out a lot of noise.
    So much it took me a bit to adjust to wearing them - even without music

    Were about £60 ... but you can spend loads on them !

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    the ones I am talking about do the same thing except they cost about £150 well they did at least probbaly get em super cheap now
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    I have tried ALOT of headphones, because i never find the perfect pair. I have http://www.bose.co.uk/GB/en/home-ent...ones/index.jsp now, and they are very nice. No noice and good bass. Also have a pair of http://www.bose.co.uk/GB/en/home-ent.../qc2/index.jsp They also very good. A must on long flights. They cost about £250.

    For studio/home use I use http://www.beyerdynamic.de/cms/Headp...ctdatabase_pi1[showUid][showUID]=44&tx_sbproductdatabase_pi1[showUid][backPID]=93&cHash=cd6f9075a1
    They have a very good bass, but needs alot of power.

    So, as u can see, I have spendt way to much money on headphones...
    Excuse me, I'm Norwegian..

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    If you fancy spending the money Bang & Olufsen A8 Headphones are great
    www.bang-olufsen.com they also do a set called form2 aswell.
    http://www.bang-olufsen.com/page.asp?id=46 - A8's

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    I am sorry but IMO Bang & Olufsen are overpriced tat!

    My mate used to sell B&O euipment and said compared to even just a mid ranged sony set up they were crap..
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    Most of there hifi equipment is good , Tv's arent great as i know from experience as im an engineer for them lol
    headphones are good tho.

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    I will have to take your word on the headphones as I have never used them the TV's are terrible and the hi fi's well the jury is out but as I say thats my opinion
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