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Hey everyone, my lady is looking for some nice, bass heavy noise canceling cans. All the ones I seem to find are around the 450 dollar range, which is strange since I never figured they would be so much. Her budget range is around 200 dollars, and like always. For a reference, she really likes the 595s, but she really is in the market for noise cancellation.
 

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Wel personally I think she's secretly telling you she'd like you more if you would just shaddup
but seriously though, check out bose noise cancelling area like they sell at best buy. Not that high on the bass spectrum, but still great noise cancelling headphones. On the plus side, they're extremely light! You'd do better if you had a budget of around 300, as it seems thats where the good ones seem to be located at
 

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so, no noise canceling?

I really like my Audio Technica ESW9s, and they have some nice bass
. I think it can be bought for $200 or so, but beware of fakes

That, or maybe Beyerdynamic DT770s. I've never owned it before, but I've heard lots of good things about that one
 

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Sennheiser's.

The HD595's are just plain epic. Even the 'lowly' HD280 Pro's are great.

Why she'd want to spend $300 on Beats is beyond me, unless she wants to be like the sheep that see the ad and go ZOMGDRDRE.
 

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Sorry about the double post, but my lady is REALLY trying to get those Dr. Dre headphones, and I am doing my best to sway her away from spending 300 bucks on those.


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check out bose noise cancelling area like they sell at best buy. Not that high on the bass spectrum, but still great noise cancelling headphones. On the plus side, they're extremely light! You'd do better if you had a budget of around 300, as it seems thats where the good ones seem to be located at

Whatever you do, don't buy Bose or Beats. Waayyyy overpriced. Looking into some closed back Sennheiser's or Audio-Technica's would be your best option. How about Audio-Technica ATH A700s?
 

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Denon D2000s. The absolute last thing you want to get her are open-back headphones likes the 595s. Noise canceling is usually overpriced and doesn't do all that much. A good pair of closed backs like the D2000s will be much better, especially on your budget.
 

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555's? Modded to 595's?

It clearly says noise CANCELING in the title.


HD555's/HD595's are open.
 

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Denon D2000s. The absolute last thing you want to get her are open-back headphones likes the 595s. Noise canceling is usually overpriced and doesn't do all that much. A good pair of closed backs like the D2000s will be much better, especially on your budget.

+1 for Denon.
 
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