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Although if you prefer closed ear headphones then rx700 would be it. UNLESS you want to ebay yourself a new pair of ultrasones for $80 (which is doable)
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Ok so thanks for the help. Is there enough of a differnce in the JVCs 700s and 900s to justify the extra $30, or should I just go for the cheaper one.
http://www.overclock.net/sound-cards...-ad-700-a.html
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Thanks everyone for the help. I have decided to go for the HAR700
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post #14 of 19
Would of went for the Samson SR850 myself but hey.
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Thanks everyone for the help. I have decided to go for the HAR700
Nice choice. I own a pair for gaming and everyday use.
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My recommendation may not be useful to you, but I am still going to recommend them because they are so good! Headphones will last you ages if you look after them. The sound quality, wireless design makes the Logitec 930 really superior despite costing a little bit more. It takes about 2hours to fully charge and would last you at least 10hours. Very comfy, has a mic, 7.1 support and really light. You should check them out, I think they are worth it.
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My recommendation may not be useful to you, but I am still going to recommend them because they are so good! Headphones will last you ages if you look after them. The sound quality, wireless design makes the Logitec 930 really superior despite costing a little bit more. It takes about 2hours to fully charge and would last you at least 10hours. Very comfy, has a mic, 7.1 support and really light. You should check them out, I think they are worth it.
Uh oh.
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Uh oh.
It's ok. The OP chose his headphones already. No damage was done .
post #19 of 19
It's his first post. Let it go.
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