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She would prefer new, and to be honest so would I. I have this tendency to not trust most people, though if someone here was willing to sell I may make an exception since I'm sure you all take good care of your stuff.

I know very well I'm sweeping your guys legs out from under you by imposing a $150 budget, but it's not easy to convince someone they need $400 headphones. redface.gif They don't need to be perfect, they just need to be comfortable and not break.

I noticed that the Audio Technica AD700 are listed in the OP a lot, and I can find them for $120 used which is within the budget. The problem as always is they are used, and from people I don't know.

The AD700 while efficient, are open (everyone around can hear and vice versa), over-ear (big), and due to its unique design, not portable at all.

I also wanted to emphasize that I am BY NO MEANS advising you to get one of those because they are all well outside your budget. What I am saying though, is that those are the type of headphones one generally uses for "good and portable". For $150 and under though, I will have to pass that along to the other members. I don't have any experience that I don't use on-ears.
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The Momentum over-ear is pretty good. It's not as bass-heavy as the V-Moda M100 for example but it certainly fits the description of slightly dark tilt with a midrange that isn't recessed like much of the competition. It's very lightweight which I consider to be a strength.

I actually have a pair right now I'll be letting go for less than half of MSRP (!).

FOTM right now are the NAD Viso HP50 and Focal Spirit Pro. Focal Spirit Classic is probably a better consideration than either of the FOTMs if you're looking for slam and a dark tilt.

The Focal Spirit Classic according to Tyll of Innerfidelity is neutral sounding and the HP50 has a slight emphasis on bass.

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/innerfidelitys-wall-fame-full-size-sealed

Here's the review where he mentions all three and how they sound:

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/two-strike-zone-focal-spirit-professional-and-spirit-classic-page-2

Hope this helps in any way!

EDIT: I also have the Momentum Over Ear (in black and red) and I love it as a portable, it's actually my go to portable since it's small enough, looks good and sounds good (good bass and the mids are very good)! The soundstage is there but it's more forward and not as wide as open ear headphones (of course).
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Alright guys, I need some help, and I figure you are the best suited to give it.

My Grandma is looking for a pair of headphones for use in traveling. It probably will not be connected to anything better than her HTC One or iPad. As a result, long-use (several hours) comfort and durability are more of a concern than actual quality, but since she is a musician, it does still matter. Her biggest concern is that it will crush her ears from pressure, so it not doing that is priority #1.

Is there anything you guys would recommend in the $150 or less range? She's currently looking at some flimsy and easily broken things that I do not believe would last. I would much rather recommend something that will be good for years to come. Thoughts?

- Noontech Zoro for $99
- Onkyo FC 300 for $149
- Philipps Citiscape Downtown for $99
- Creative Aurvana Live for $99

The Philipps would be the most comfortable of the 4 and for the price, sounds good. If you google fu you should see a general consensus that these headphones are good and fit the bill of what you're looking for. The mids are slightly recessed by the way.

The Zoro are more bass heavy and may not be the sound signature your grandma might like. It's basically what Beats wanted to be sound wise but couldn't pull it off.

The Onkyo is an all rounder, slightly warm and overall neutral sounding which you grandma might like since she's a musician. I would personally choose this out of the four listed above. It's the most refined sounding out of the four and it looks good as well!

The CALs are pretty good and I know people have recommended them around here.

All four are closed back designs, are on ear and sound well plugged straight to source; so they are small enough for commuting and serve that purpose. Of course the DT 1350, B&W P5 and Amperior and HD25s sound better but they are more expensive as well.
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So today I had the opportunity to take my iBasso D-Zero and test out a bunch of headphones.

I tried out:
Beyerdynamic DT880 Pro 250 Ohm
Monster DNA on-ear
Bowers & Wilkins P7
Bang & Olufsen H6
Sony MDR-V6
Sennheiser HD 25-1 II
Sennheiser HD380 Pro
AKG K240
Shure SRH-840
KRK KNS-6400

I think I got em all.

Impressions!

Beyerdynamic DT880 Pro 250 Ohm
You guys aren't wrong when you say they are the most detailed and flat headphone available near that price. However, they are just a tad bright, and all I could say about the bass is that the notes are there. They are audible, but only just. Very good headphone, just not my thing. Could be good for gaming too.

Monster DNA On-Ear
I was shocked by these. I went into a best buy mobile and saw these, and since I recently read a good review on Head-Fi, I thought I'd give them a shot. I plugged them into my amp, and started with rap. I was surprised that at high volumes it wasn't at all sibilant. The voices sounded surprisingly accurate. I tried other music and my conclusion is that they are kind of v-shaped, but the bottom is centered around the high-mids. The V is also very slight. The bass is good, though it does bleed just a tiny bit into the low-mids. The low mids were rich and lower voices sounded very good. Higher voices sounded just a bit off though. The treble was sparkly but never harsh. I very much enjoyed these. I'll be considering the DNA Over-Ear when I get my next portable can.

Bowers & Wilkins P7
They look very classy, and are quite comfortable. They were the second clearest headphone I heard for the day. They are mid-bass focused but not lacking in sub-bass. They sound very flat and tend a bit warm if anything. The treble isn't boosted or rolled off, which gives cymbals, snares and such a very nice presence. They are far from sibilant even at very high volumes though. I might get these one day.

Bang and Olufsen H6
I first tried these headphones a few months ago when my friend (he is a rich kid with a taste for fancy materials like sheepskin leather) was looking for good headphones. We tested them out on my Nokia Lumia 920, and while they were clear, they sounded very thin. The amp has fixed that. After listening to them today they sounded very full. These headphones are very flat sounding, and the mids were very balanced. Voices sounded very natural. The bass isn't boosted, I'd say, but rap and electronic music doesn't sound silly with them. The bass is very accurate, and has some great texture, especially with a good bass guitar line. Maybe the most comfortable headphone I wore all day.

Sony MDR-V6
For their price, I was very impressed with these. They seemed solid in the bass department, a bit recessed but still sounded full in the mid range. The treble was a bit rolled off. Definitely my new recommendation for the price range (purely for sound). The flaws with the comfort really kill these though. The pads are stiff and feel weird. Similar in material to the Sennheiser HD25-1 II and the Sennheiser HD380 Pro. They do not isolate as well as they should due to the pads.

Sennheiser HD25-1 II
I was almost angry when I heard these. They sound great. Warm, great in the bass department, clear but a bit rolled off in the treble, and voices were very natural. They stuck some exceptional drivers in some of the ugliest headphones I've ever seen. They are very uncomfortable, feel very cheap, isolate poorly and have terrible pads. Such a weird headphone.

Sennheiser HD380 Pro
This was my favorite headphone of the day. They aren't as clear as the B&W P7, but they have one of the most unique and entertaining sound signatures I've come across. They have insane bass, with great extension and punch as well as a good bit of texture. They are warm but with natural high-mids. There is a boost somewhere around 5KHz, which gives the treble a great bit of sparkle and a very good sound stage. They are a bit odd in design, though. They have terrible ear pads, just like the HD25-1 II and the MDR-V6 though.

AKG K240
These feel like a joke. They are by far the flimsiest and cheapest feeling headphones I have ever felt. I mean they feel worse than the cheap on-ear things that came with old portable tape/cd players. The head band feels terrible but the pads are okay. They don't fit to your ears because the headband isn't strong enough to have a clamp force. The sound is very clinical and surprisingly clear, but they were the only headphone that I heard that had less bass than the DT880.

Shure SRH-840
I was surprised to find that these are very V-shaped. The bass sounds good, and the treble is sparkly, but the mid range just isn't there. I expected better. Solid construction and very good comfort, though.

KRK KNS-6400
I was kinda surprised to see that KRK made headphones, so I had to try these. They are great in the low-end, but have an exaggerated low-mid range that causes voices to sound unnatural. Sparkly treble as expected. Decent comfort and construction.
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So today I had the opportunity to take my iBasso D-Zero and test out a bunch of headphones.


Shure SRH-840
I was surprised to find that these are very V-shaped. The bass sounds good, and the treble is sparkly, but the mid range just isn't there. I expected better. Solid construction and very good comfort, though.

I have the 840s but they don't sound v-shape at all, they are warm and their treble slightly rolled off.

They are more like the dt880, but instead of boosted treble, they got boosted mid bass.

Both of them are rather good in the mid range (ie vocals).
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So today I had the opportunity to take my iBasso D-Zero and test out a bunch of headphones.


Shure SRH-840
I was surprised to find that these are very V-shaped. The bass sounds good, and the treble is sparkly, but the mid range just isn't there. I expected better. Solid construction and very good comfort, though.

I have the 840s but they don't sound v-shape at all, they are warm and their treble slightly rolled off.

They are more like the dt880, but instead of boosted treble, they got boosted mid bass.

Both of them are rather good in the mid range (ie vocals).

All of my impressions were from a very short audition. I'm sure I got some stuff wrong.
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No worries, I also think it might be something with your player as well.

How you describe that the 250ohm dt 880s lack bass could be that your player doesn't drive them properly.
It also happened when I tried the 880s with my X3, it doesn't give them enough volume even at max, and they sounded bass light, but after adding an amp, they do sound quite different.
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Alright guys, I need some help, and I figure you are the best suited to give it.

My Grandma is looking for a pair of headphones for use in traveling. It probably will not be connected to anything better than her HTC One or iPad. As a result, long-use (several hours) comfort and durability are more of a concern than actual quality, but since she is a musician, it does still matter. Her biggest concern is that it will crush her ears from pressure, so it not doing that is priority #1.

Is there anything you guys would recommend in the $150 or less range? She's currently looking at some flimsy and easily broken things that I do not believe would last. I would much rather recommend something that will be good for years to come. Thoughts?

Look out for the Shure SRH440. Can be found for $100 or less, and fold for easy travel convenience. One of the very few 'cheaper' headphones that have more of a flat response, rather than a V/U-shaped sound signature. You can try them out at a Guitar Center if you've got one, as well.
 
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so in end i got myself a razer chimaera wireless stereo headphones with microphone for 107eur. great thing is i can put 2 rechargeable AAA batteries, so once the first set dies, i just replace them.
its great tough little pushy. on other hand i had them over 3 hours and they are very comfortable to wear.

best
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