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I curently have a pair of Sennheiser HD800s for home gaming and music and Ultrasone Signature DJ's for when Im traveling on the plane for work.
 

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I currently own the Sennheiser HD-650 and original Grado RS-1's (Pre "i"). The HD-650's were a gift actually but I purchased the RS-1's used. Both fantastic sounded headphones but the 650's definitely win in the comfort category.
 

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On the go - Koss Porta Pros (sound really good and not that expensive)
General Listening - Audio Technica AD700 and AD900x
Critical Listening - Audio Technica AD900x (perhaps just a little bright) and HiFiMan HE-500.

Currently, I am thinking about getting a Sennheiser HD-600 for Critical Listening as well.

I also have a HD-598, but I can't recommend it. It has poor muddy bass no matter which amp I use (gets cleaned up some with my high end V100 Violectric but only to a point). My AD700 beats it easily, and it was only $100. The HD-598 gets better the higher the frequency range, but overall it is only a less than average performer especially considering its price of $250.

For gaming - Audio Technica AD700 (superb directional imaging)
 

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I have two headphones: Grado HP-1 and NAD Visio HP50 headphones. I bought the HP-1s because I had no room to set up speakers where I was living. I did not care for the in-the-middle-of-my-head sound. However, it was better than no music at all. Recently I bought a HeaDSPeaker which is a hardware device that simulates 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound for headphones. I pulled out the HP-1s that I had stored away years ago. No sound-in-the-middle-of-my head. A spacious and highly detailed sound. I loved them. Unfortunately, the HP-1s are machined out of solid aluminum, no plastic. They are heavy and uncomfortable to wear through a long movie. So, I bought the NAD HP-50s. The HP-50s are not in the same sonic category as the HP-1s. However, they are light and I can wear them for hours. I don't do critical listen when I am watching a movie so the limitations of the NAD HP-50s are fine.
 

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Bd-967 Bluetooth Full-Size Over-Ear Headphones

General Specifications
Style Over-ear,
Communication Bluetooth,
Color Black,
Wireless Specifications
Bluetooth Version 2.1,
Frequency 2.4GHz-2.48GHz,
Transmitting Power Ciass2,
Bluetooth Chip ISSC,
Operating Range 10m,
Power Supply usb2.0,
Working Voltage 3.7V,
Battery 320mA,
Standby Time 150 hours,
Talk Time 10 hours,
Charge Time 3 hours,

now i use this headphones



seems great ,i like it because it is cheap :heehee:
 

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Right now, I have two main sets of headphones. My Grado SR-225i's are my rock/everyday listening set. They just deliver sound of guitar better than anything have heard in their price range.

For serious listening, I have the Alpha Dogs from Mr. Speakers- a fascinating neutral headphone, with excellent bass extension and an uncanny headstage for a closed model.
 

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JBL J22, KOSS UR40, Logitech H390, and some JBL over the ear 5-6 year old ones. Used to have Jaybird bluetooth in-ear earphones but sold them. My favourite sound come from KOSS, the logitech have USB sound card integraded so they excell in that

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Sennheiser RS180 wireless. Due to being open back and possibly partly because they're wireless, they lack too much on the lower end. Classical music sounds really good but anything in heavy bass with trance sounds insufficient. Would love to try the HD800s with a proper DAC.
 

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Sennheiser RS180 wireless. Due to being open back and possibly partly because they're wireless, they lack too much on the lower end. Classical music sounds really good but anything in heavy bass with trance sounds insufficient. Would love to try the HD800s with a proper DAC.
I have these for watching TV and movies when the wife has gone to bed, they work pretty good for that purpose but for 2 chl, I use HD600 with a Woo headphone amp for 2chl audio.
 
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