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Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Home Theater' started by satindemon4u, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. satindemon4u

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    So, I am sick of my skull candies. Well actually in all honesty, they are broken. Talked with a couple friends, and the same happened to theirs. So now I am on the hunt for a nice sounding pair of headphones (OVER EAR) that cost less than $100. $50 or so would be awesome!

    So far I have found these and found nothing but good reviews on them. Tell me what you guys think, and maybe could offer...
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826153060

    ^^^^RAZER ORCA'S^^^^^ (if you don't feel like visiting the link)

    Thanks!

    EDIT: No mic needed
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2011
  2. AhokZYashA

    AhokZYashA

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    do you need the mic?
    if yes, use the AD700 and zalman clip mic.

    if you dont need mic, also AD700
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    Steelseries Siberia V2 or Sennheiser PC350/PC360, but AD700 still wins.
  4. satindemon4u

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    Do NOT need a mic, btw. :p
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    Steelseries 4h's can be had for about $45 bucks. Very good sound for the price.
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    Go with the Psyko 5.1 surround head set. That way everyone else in a 20ft radius can hear what you're doing just as loud and clear as you.

    Seriously though, go with the Orcas; they are sexy! I want to get them.
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    What AhokZYashA said -can't go wrong with an ATH-AD700. An AD500 is about as good if you can find it a lot cheaper.
  8. satindemon4u

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    Like I said, don't need a mic lol. Sent my skull candies in finally. I think I may just go with the Razers. Not sure yet though.
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    AD700 it is then.
  10. satindemon4u

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    Possibly!
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    yep, for gaming without mic, AD700 is one of the best option.

    nice, spacious soundstage, accurate positioning, and not to mention, very" comfortable
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    Is the Corsair Gaming Audio Series HS1A 3.5mm any good? They're on sale at Newegg for $50 with a promo code, $40 after MiR.
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    AhokZYashA

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    i dont think it can beat the sound quality, and comfort level of the AD700,
    manofthem says thanks.
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    Yep, another AD700 lover here. I enjoy mine a lot!
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    Do you have a preference between open and closed air designs? Loud environment? I always go open air if the environment is quite, better quality IMO.
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    I don't see why not to get it threw them.. if it has full warr then it's still good with AT..
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    My thoughts exactly.

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