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post #21 of 24
You should be fine tbh. You wont feel pain, just that your ears will feel warm.

Sony MD-ZX700 Damn sick earphones for the price. Though you will not get the bass response of the M50s, these have better mid range reproduction and is cheaper.

The M50s are probably one of the very few headphones that actually rise in value.

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Razer Megalodon, holy crap they're amazing. They have their own sound card, some of the best noise-cancelling headphones I've EVER heard, and for the price (<200) the best. 7.1 surround supported too, and done really well. NC mic also, super high quality.

No Just no. He already has headphones for gaming, which is better than the Razer, and the Razer cans are horrid for music. The mike is good I will grant you that, but everything else is bad compared to other cans others have recommended here; I have listened to those Razer cans.
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Razer Megalodon, holy crap they're amazing. They have their own sound card, some of the best noise-cancelling headphones I've EVER heard, and for the price (<200) the best. 7.1 surround supported too, and done really well. NC mic also, super high quality.
Not trying to be a jerk, but they're terrible (Maybe just bad) quality (Music/Media) headphones.

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No Just no. He already has headphones for gaming, which is better than the Razer, and the Razer cans are horrid for music. The mike is good I will grant you that, but everything else is bad compared to other cans others have recommended here; I have listened to those Razer cans.
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post #23 of 24
Haha, I used my friends Megalodon's once. Even for gaming they seemed pretty poor. With the virtual surround sound on, there's so much reverb that walking around on Dust 2 in CSS sounded like you were walking on metal.
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I own the A700s which are a closed version of the AD700s. Since they are closed they have more bass than their open counterparts. They are my first pair of good headphones so I can't really compare them to anything else but I love them. They can be had for $100 factory resealed or $120 new from zzounds I would highly recommend taking a look into these, I did a lot of research before I bought these and I was very happy with my purchase. I like listening to some dubstep on occasion and these play it pretty well so the bass is definitely there
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