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Under $200 with good bass/soundstage would (in my opinion) fall to these selections:

Ultrasone HFI-580
Beyerdynamic DT990
Denon D2000

The last two will be difficult finding for under $200, but they've both been in that price-range before. The ATH-M50 has NO soundstage, whatsoever.
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The lowest I've ever seen for the Denon AH-D2000 (best pair of under $400 headphones in the world so far...) $230. I would say the Beyerdynamic DT770 32ohm (less resistance. Ohm is the measurement of electrical resistance. If it's really high, you'll obviously need an amplifier). The Audio Technica ATH-M50 or ATH-M50s (straight vs coiled cable. Not much of a difference in sound quality. Straight is better but you'll only be able to hear it with some of the best audio quality in the world which won't be a freebie. It'll be a couple of grand).
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The lowest I've ever seen for the Denon AH-D2000 (best pair of under $400 headphones in the world so far...) $230. I would say the Beyerdynamic DT770 32ohm (less resistance. Ohm is the measurement of electrical resistance. If it's really high, you'll obviously need an amplifier). The Audio Technica ATH-M50 or ATH-M50s (straight vs coiled cable. Not much of a difference in sound quality. Straight is better but you'll only be able to hear it with some of the best audio quality in the world which won't be a freebie. It'll be a couple of grand).
The 80Ohm Pro version is the one known to be a bass monster, I forgot about that one, but yes it would benefit from an amp, though some have reported the headphones to be fine without one.
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So the Beyers seem to be the most recommended thus far.. I think I may settle on them relatively soon unless more compelling arguments come up..

and I am sure they will.
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post #15 of 16
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what was that about a sound card?
I think those cards need power cables more than you need soundcard
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post #16 of 16
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Quote:
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I think those cards need power cables more than you need soundcard
Lol, they have power cables I forget why I took them out during that particular pic but, they have em.

I just can't find a place to buy any given set of headphones I consider now
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