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Best Cans For Under 40 bucks

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by OneMoar, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. PVTCaboose1337

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    Once you use open cans you can't go back to closed, trust me. I do regret sometimes that they leak, but the sound leaking is worth it because of the superior sound quality, at least in my mind. To each his own however.
     
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    Totally agreed... The bass is deeper and smoother, more natural sounding, aww...

    I own a pair of HD280's as well for when I need or desire the closed ones, mainly when DJ'ing.
    They can be had under $100 generally.... MSRP is like $199 and well worth that IMO.
     
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    OneMoar There is Always Moar

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    I use a mic i attach to the side of the can with velcrow so leakage can be very very bad :)
     
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    might look into a set of light weight opens for bikeing
     
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    lulz I just stuffed the pads up a bit omfg what a differences hits a bit harder but without any mudding
     
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    EDIT: ooh "cans"... sorry :)
     
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    Just remember if you are in a moist area or get them wet to pop em back open so that fill dries and doesn't mold up and corrode everything.
     
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    RIP: today they died right side developed a buzz
    /salute ... lay your weary head-phones to rest .... don't you buzz no more ....

    now ... what to replace em with .... suggestions ?>>>
     
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    Plantronics Gamecom 777 USB

    Dolby 7.1 Surround Gaming Ultimate Gaming Headset.

    I use these dude. They r $67 bucks here in aus. Check em out. There not bad.
     
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    I will never EVER EVER buy anything that uses USB audio
    EVER!
     
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    Why not bud? How much do u wanna make your ears bleed?
     

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