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http://www.getpartsonline.com/hd202.html

only $10, how could you lose
Yeah, 10 dollars....plus 12 shipping.

And those are Refurbished, not Factory Refurbished. (You should only buy factory refurbs)
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Yeah, 10 dollars....plus 12 shipping.

And those are Refurbished, not Factory Refurbished. (You should only buy factory refurbs)
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I have a set, and I personally think it is one of the best $20 I have ever spent. If you are just getting into high quality audio, then I highly recommend the HD201's. They are comfortable and sound really great.
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Yeah, 10 dollars....plus 12 shipping.

And those are Refurbished, not Factory Refurbished. (You should only buy factory refurbs)
Still comes out cheaper. Most places have them for like $30 plus $5 shipping.


I bought a pair of 202's and 212's from that site and the only sign that they're refurbushed is the packaging.
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I might go ahead and get the hd202's. Any thoughts before I pay?
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post #16 of 17
HD201s are commonly considered better than HD202s.
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I might go ahead and get the hd202's. Any thoughts before I pay?
I have a pair and when I first got them, I thought they were the best things ever. I went through countless headsets that cost more than them and these headphones beat them in comfort and sound. For $20 or so, they're great. Now I have AD700s and there is no comparison. Once you hit the $50 mark for headphones, the HD202s get left behind in the dust.
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