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comfortable sub 50 dollar headphones or headset

post #1 of 7
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im sick of these crappy platonics i got from bestbuy they are ungodly uncomfortable, so i need new headphones and i dont really want to spend 100 plus one some g930's or hd555's. i just need something that sounds good and is comfortable. thanks
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post #3 of 7
Yea my vote would probably go to the Samson RH600's. They are pretty comfy and are great for gaming!
post #4 of 7
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preicate the help, i was stuck between the samson rh600s and the jvc 700's, but i have had a set of jvc's before and they were really good so i decided on the jvc 700s thanks for the list!thumb.gif
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Well I actually own the JVC's and I will tell you that they are a good starter set, but I honestly think that the Samson RH600's would be more comfortable and better for gaming... However, if you want to listen to music, the JVC RX700's are more balanced and should handle a wider range of music, because the Samson RH600 is treble heavy... Either way, I wish you good luck tongue.gif
post #6 of 7
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well i plan on purchasing some hd555s eventually or something along that line of performance. right now i just need something to supplement me till sometime after christmas.
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post #7 of 7
these: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=SP-091-CL&utm_source=froogle are cheap and sound great! very very comfortable for hours on end to! you can also pull the mic out when u dont need it which i like. very good for the cash i say smile.gif
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