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Got these for $59 shipped from a NewEgg seller a few days ago. Should be arriving today. Heard very good things about these open cans. They also work with a V-Moda Boompro mic, so you can turn them into a gaming headset.

Now on the hunt for a pair of closed cans. smile.gif

If your on a tight budget, the Monoprice 8323 for $15 is the best closed cans for the price range under 100 bucks. Otherwise... Fostex/my sig ^^
    
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Thanks for the heads up on these bad boys. I have been interested in a nice pair of headphones, but it hasn't been on the need to buy list. For the past couple years, I have been using the Logitech UE 6000's because I grabbed them from staples for a clearance price of $12. Threw a mod mic on it and its been useful with good quality.

I ended up going with a new pair thanks to AgentHydra's coupon code which covered most of the shipping cost. Can't wait to try these things out!
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If your on a tight budget, the Monoprice 8323 for $15 is the best closed cans for the price range under 100 bucks. Otherwise... Fostex/my sig ^^
I've seen those Monoprice ones but I'm looking for large cans. Those Fostex are really nice but I didn't want to go over $100. The Audio-Technica ATH-A700x is what I'm looking at getting ($80 on Amazon atm).
    
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I've seen those Monoprice ones but I'm looking for large cans. Those Fostex are really nice but I didn't want to go over $100. The Audio-Technica ATH-A700x is what I'm looking at getting ($80 on Amazon atm).

audio technica... doesn't do bass very well... just fyi, closed or not. i suppose you could do the m50x audio technica those are good bass... usually on sale for 99
    
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If your on a tight budget, the Monoprice 8323 for $15 is the best closed cans for the price range under 100 bucks. Otherwise... Fostex/my sig ^^

I was NOT impressed by the monoprice cans. I got a set around Xmas, and I find the soundstage to be lacking tremendously. It's weird. They have a lot of detail and are pretty balanced as far as frequencies go, but they just sound like 2 speakers strapped to your head. No sound stage whatsoever.

Anybody know how these Phillips would stack up against some K240s?
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audio technica... doesn't do bass very well... just fyi, closed or not. i suppose you could do the m50x audio technica those are good bass... usually on sale for 99
The more I read up on the ATH-A700x's, the more I see people complaining about the build quality. I'll just wait and get a set of good closed cans later on.


Just got the Philips in. Wow, these are very light & super comfortable! Finally, my ears won't hurt from my glasses. thumb.gif Now to search for better quality earpad mods. biggrin.gif I'm not an audiophile at all but they sound great to me.
    
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The more I read up on the ATH-A700x's, the more I see people complaining about the build quality. I'll just wait and get a set of good closed cans later on.


Just got the Philips in. Wow, these are very light & super comfortable! Finally, my ears won't hurt from my glasses. thumb.gif Now to search for better quality earpad mods. biggrin.gif I'm not an audiophile at all but they sound great to me.

cheers mate glad you enjoy, fyi those earpads are not changeable on the Philips. tho im not sure why you would want to, they are very airy smile.gif
    
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cheers mate glad you enjoy, fyi those earpads are not changeable on the Philips. tho im not sure why you would want to, they are very airy smile.gif
Ohhhh but they are biggrin.gif


The MadDog pads are way overkill though lol.
    
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Ohhhh but they are biggrin.gif


The MadDog pads are way overkill though lol.

yeah I thought about doing that mod myself, but I just don't feel like messing with it
    
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Alright you convinced me, just grabbed a pair. You guys are such a bad influence lol. thumb.gif

Seriously though from everything I've seen and read these look like fantastic value cans. I enjoyed the sound of my Q701s but I hated the headband from day one, these look really comfortable. Love the way they look too.

I'll update when I get them, I sold my Schiit stack too unfortunately, hopefully these don't need much to drive them.
     
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