View Full Version : Headphones?
09-07-06, 10:52 PM
I'm sure this topic has been beaten to death... but can anyone suggest me a pair of quality headphones? Perferably ones that cover the entire ear and can stand a beating.
I just dropped my current set on the hard tile and one of the cuffs completely fell off (meaning speaker as well... so they are 1/2 working now).
Price range would be < 100$
This is the 8th pair I've broken in probably 5 years (two were defective after a week so I guess those don't really count)...
edit: eek, headphones perferably with a mic too! :)
09-07-06, 10:59 PM
I've been using a pair of this companies HP-800V model of headphones for at least a decade now.
Best headphones I've ever used, very durable and top quality audio.
09-07-06, 11:36 PM
Right now I'm using a couple empty tins and some string... My Sony's died a early death. Looks like a mouse or something chewed the ear cushions. WTF?? They weren't the best headphones, but I loved them to death. Well actually it looks like the mouse loved them to death...
09-08-06, 12:28 AM
Well actually it looks like the mouse loved them to death...
jakup, those headphones look awesome, I'd definitally pick up a pair if they had a mic attached ;/. Do you konw if there is another model with such a feature?
09-08-06, 01:09 AM
I found some 595's at AUSPCMarket (http://www.auspcmarket.com.au/show_product_info.php?input[product_code]=MU-SEHD595&input[category_id]=1166)
Thinking about grabbing them. Are the 595s worth it over the 555s? It's almost $100AUD difference in price.
09-08-06, 01:54 AM
Depends on the media source, but I'd say absolutely.
Yea I have both 595's and 555's, the 595's are definetely better.
09-08-06, 03:49 PM
for your mic worries..... zalman clip-on mic, attaches right to the headphone cord.. not too shabby for $10 :D
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