Oct 16, 2016

Headphones <70$

  1. I want to buy some good headphones,not pro ofc in this price, and i can see the
  2. Brainwavz HM2 a
  3. AKG M220
Are there any other good options to consider? money is an issue!
Thanks!!
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The sony XB450ap are great if youre looking for rediculosly strong bass with no high end distortion. They sell for 45 on best buy.
My brother recently bought these headphones. The sound is fantastic and it blocks the outside noise completely. He found these affordable earphones online at www.soundmagic.us at exclusive offers. I would recommend you to look for these.
Check out the Philips SHP9500. They're excellent value for the price, given your use is indoors (private).
I can second the recommendation of the Audio-Technica ATH-M30X- for the money they are the best sounding headphones I own (currently have ATH-M30X, Bowers and Wilkins P5 and PSB M4U2). I use the M30X for gaming and are my daily cans for music when I'm not at home- they are very comfortable, do a good job of blocking outside noise and handle many different types of music extremely well (classical, EDM, classic rock to name a few). They punch WAY above their weight and are worth consideration.
There are cheap gaming headphones,they're always good
I have the steel series 3hv2 (if its written like it) and to me they're pretty good,they have a long cord (including the 2 to 1 thing,that the mic and headphones will be in the same plug) the quality's good and it blocks some sound
Creative Aurvana Live! ($53 on Amazon) for closed or Philips SHP9500 ($65 on newegg) for open.

CAL! is still on innerfidelity's wall of fame. SHP9500 is among Zeos' top recommendations. Both perform well above what their price suggests.
For less than $40 on Amazon consider the Superlux HD668B, they are a knock off of AKG headphones and I think they sound much better than their low price would. Also thumbs up on the Audio Technica ATH-M30x and AKG M220.
the audio-technica ATH-M30x headphones also have some great reviews on amazon deffo worth a look.
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