I have narrowed my headphone search down to these two, in the low-100 price range....has anyone experienced these two or have an opinion??
Shure = 5 Hz - 30 kHz, 32 Ohms
Sennheiser = 14 – 26 kHz, 50 Ohms
I recently misplaced my Apple In-Ear Headphones, which honestly didn't thrill me too much, so I don't mind. At any rate, as you might be able to tell by the title, I'm looking for your opinions on the best In-Ear headphones.
Noise canceling is okay.
Hi I am looking for the best in-ear headphones, I have some my favorite headphones whcih are the Sennheiser CX300 and 400 but the problem is the bottom connector, the design has horrible duration, is here are any similar headphones in which have a different bottom connector (which deliver the same sound)
I most likely won't use them much when out and about due to size, but it's possible that I might. I was looking at the three above with my preference being the Beats (I'm an apple guy, so the white color and clean look appeals to me), however they seem quite overpriced. Could anyone suggest some nice headphones, or select from the ones above based on their experiences with them? Thanks!
1. Is the silver ring and logo on the outside of the earcups just silver plastic or are they actually metal? 2. How is the bass on these? I hear very inconsistent opinions about this. I like my cans with as much bass as possible without sounding distorted or muffling out the mids and highs... Would these fill that description?
I'm having a problem with my HD 595s where the left channel sounds louder than the right, regardless of the source. I've already opened them up and reseated the cable which seems to have helped for the most part, but the issue still somewhat remains. And yes, I've tried wearing them reversed and have had a couple other people check the balance too, so I'm nearly certain that it isn't my hearing. :) Is there anything else I should do/check before I send them away for...
While I listen music with my MX W1 and iPod, the sound is interrupted once in a while. well, it's not something like totally disconnected, the sound is intermittent less than a second. it's not happen when I use DigiFi Opera S5 with MX W1's transmitter. so it's seems like MX W1 receiver's problem. does anyone have same problem? by the way, Opera S5 is pretty nice. but compare to MX W1, it's still feels wired.
Does anyone else experience popping and clicking when playing 'raw' sources at higher volumes? For example, i have an electric drum kit, and the bass drum, when the volume is increased, can make the headphones pop and click.
I know the HD 202 are budget headphones(excellent value!) and most people would buy new ones as soon as they have issies with the cable. Anybody out there that replaced these headphones' cable? Any tutorials on how to dismantle them?. Thanks in advance.
My pair went on the fritz a couple days ago (7/13/09) and became mono (right channel wasn't getting a good connection). Looking at my gmail history, i ordered the pair 7/8/08 so they lasted roughly a year. Is everyone else getting a similar experience?
Anyone have a suggestion on where to get a new cable? Mine's busted and I miss these headphones.