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post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by TangoDown332 View Post

If you guys had to choose between Beyedyanamic DT990 Pros vs AKG K550s, what would you pick?


try the Takstar Hi2050. I am not kidding, go on Head Fi (its forum dedicated to headphones), there is a good cult following on these headsets calming to be very close to Beyers that cost 2 to 3 times as much. thumb.gif
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DT990 has some overly bright treble and K550 has an obnoxious fit for people with small heads. The 990 is also a good bit cheaper, and since my head is large I'd pick the 990.

Another commonly recommended can is the AKG K/Q701/2 series. The bumps on the headband knocked me off but you should still give them a try.
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