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Maybe some used M50's?
    
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canalphones have less bass, since they radiate bass straight to the ear drums with little or no bone conduction. Its pretty obvious your not going to get bass with something poured into your ear drum. No need to get your panties in a knot sir
eh......no.
Even your flawed science is no. There's no bone in the ear region except your ear bones inside the ear.
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eh......no.
Even your flawed science is no. There's no bone in the ear region except your ear bones inside the ear.
*3 bones if I'm not mistaken.

Edit: i read bone not bones, sorry.
post #54 of 63
This thread is so full of fail. If you want at least a chance of decent advice then I would recommend that you consult a different forum that focuses on headphones.
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This thread is so full of fail. If you want at least a chance of decent advice then I would recommend that you consult a different forum that focuses on headphones.
It's more whose advice you take, even on forums like Head-fi. For their needs, the RX700 is good. ~ $50 and if they want excess bass cannons, the Sony XB500.
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with what? In ears or "canalphones" are good but they do get uncomfy quicker
Please don't generalize I use IEM's (canalphones) and they are not "uncomfy"
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well considering I was the first one to suggest razer.

and the other guy posted razor directly after I said something.
I mean it is hard to not thing that somebody is responding to you when they don't use quotes.
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they outperform the carcharias. sound quality wise they're almost up with the ad 700. They got very good base which is not overpowered.
TBH people that think gaming headsets are great should just be ignored. Unless the OP is looking for Headset only. Sound quality wise for the same price headsets will never be as good as good headphones.
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Please don't generalize I use IEM's (canalphones) and they are not "uncomfy"



TBH people that think gaming headsets are great should just be ignored. Unless the OP is looking for Headset only. Sound quality wise for the same price headsets will never be as good as good headphones.
TBH if people can't research a product we are talking about, and realize we aren't talking about a headset, maybe they wouldn't make themself look like an idiot.

The Razer Orca's aren't a headset, they are plain old headphones.
If you want to bash people down, at least know what you are talking about.
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Bose Razer Grados (No bass,great cans)

*** is going on in this thread.

Im vouching for the HA-RX700`s. In the value category, they can`t be beat. even head-fi recommends this. It`s in their buying guides and the such.

Don`t buy any gaming headsets, and for the love of god, save yourself of money and don`t buy the Orca`s.

Anything targeted for GAMERS should be avoided like the plauge, atleast when quality/price ratio is concerned.
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Bose Razer Grados (No bass,great cans)

*** is going on in this thread.

Im vouching for the HA-RX700`s. In the value category, they can`t be beat. even head-fi recommends this. It`s in their buying guides and the such.

Don`t buy any gaming headsets, and for the love of god, save yourself of money and don`t buy the Orca`s.

Anything targeted for GAMERS should be avoided like the plauge, atleast when quality/price ratio is concerned.
So I should avoid buy basicly anything hardware wise for a computer. Because I am pretty sure all that stuff is TARGETED at gamers.
Or I shouldn't buy a Razer mouse? or their razer mousepads? because they are targeted at gamers.
Your logic is hugely flawed.

If you read, the people recommending the Orca's said one very important thing, IF you can buy them for the RIGHT price.
If you can buy a pair of Orca's for 40 dollars, you can't really beat that.
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So I should avoid buy basicly anything hardware wise for a computer. Because I am pretty sure all that stuff is TARGETED at gamers.
Or I shouldn't buy a Razer mouse? or their razer mousepads? because they are targeted at gamers.
Your logic is hugely flawed.

If you read, the people recommending the Orca's said one very important thing, IF you can buy them for the RIGHT price.
If you can buy a pair of Orca's for 40 dollars, you can't really beat that.
I guess, and way to interpert context.

I`ve heard that the Orca`s bass is a bit.... muddy.
I`d still advise going towards the established contender here.

http://www.head-fi.org/wiki/buying-g...by-price-range
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