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Best Headphones For 35$?

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What is the best possible headphones someone can buy for 35$ that are going to be used for watching movies, itunes, and GAMING??
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That would be the JVC HA-RX700.

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^ there is no reason to look any further, in that price range
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Agreed. You'll be happy to go with closed back for and all around headphone, and jvcs are nice in the low price range.
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Originally Posted by fordy314 View Post
Agreed. You'll be happy to go with closed back for and all around headphone, and jvcs are nice in the low price range.
They're not fully closed, although they're not fully open.

Probably the most dynamic headphones under $100 though..
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yea i was considering them but do you think they will sound good in games? cause my razer barracuda's sound crappy now i think the speakers are just beat in them!
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I have the HA-RX700's and I love them. They're very comfortable for long gaming sessions and the bass (IMO) isn't boomy at all like I heard other people saying. They are kind of heavy which I only noticed for the first few days of owning them, but they are my first set of "cans".
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I have the HA-RX700's and I love them. They're very comfortable for long gaming sessions and the bass (IMO) isn't boomy at all like I heard other people saying. They are kind of heavy which I only noticed for the first few days of owning them, but they are my first set of "cans".
hmm do they have good locating sounds like can you hear people in diff. parts of a map when they run or reload
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hd 201's?
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hd 201's?
I have both. JVC is better in sound quality the hd 201's are probably more comfortable/portable because the jvc headphones are huge but that's about it. Like no bass on the hd201's also.
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