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If I can cough up $100+, I'll get the AD700 but what about midrange? Around 50-70ish?
I can't give you any recommendations specific to sound stage, but the best headphoans for less than the price of the ATH AD700s are the Sennheiser HD555s, and the JVC HA-RX700s.


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post #12 of 12
Low: Audio Technica AD700
Middle: beyerdynamic DT880
High: Sennheiser HD800 / STAX electrostatics

That's my definitions of 'low' 'mid' and high'. This is not factoring in such things as a soundcard.
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