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Headphones Slightly better/same price range as Sennheiser 202HD

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hello, I have found that my headphones always break in one ear almost 1 year exactly after i buy them, these sennheisers have just blown in my right ear and can only hear the left ear now, I would be very pleased if someone could offer headphones that are comparable to the Sennheisers, and at around the same price range (give or take £20). I use my headphones for listening to music, while working, i play some games, but not often. I also amp my headphones with my xonar, so i'd like something that are able to be amped i guess, thanks!.
The only place i will be using these headphones is at home, they never get unplugged, i don't know why my headphones always break, must be because they're quite cheap? I never drop them or anything like that.
I live in the UK, absolute maximum budget is £50
The type of music i listen to is this, it's a mix of metal, techno, and trance.:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2MzRAPPoiA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xgdc_jtuQ00&list=LLIqdnshtZfJO6NLK-8o7Ryw

One last request, I like over ear headphones that cover my whole ears, if that's possible to have that'd be great!.
Edited by scotty453 - 2/16/13 at 6:18pm
    
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I'd try the JVC HA-RX700s on Amazon. Available for around $35. If you can, the HA-RX900s are better at $55.
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I'd try the JVC HA-RX700s on Amazon. Available for around $35. If you can, the HA-RX900s are better at $55.
Thanks for the quick response, i'll go check out some reviews now, i'm still open to more suggestions!
    
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