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#51 Posted by cclemon36 (180 posts) -

I have Shure SRH840's for gaming, movies and music. Easily the best headphones I've ever owned, and more often than not I'll have them on my head whenever I'm at my flat. I also own a cheap pair of earphones for my everyday commute -mainly for podcasts. I cannot seem to make them last for more than a year, so I'm wary of spending too much money on a pair.

#52 Edited by MonetaryDread (2015 posts) -

I just purchased a pair of Sennheiser Momentums and am loving them - to an extent. They are a little warm sounding for my tastes (imagine the sound difference between vinyl and CD and you have an idea of what I am talking about), but other than that they are the best closed headphones that I have ever heard.

#53 Posted by selfconfessedcynic (2504 posts) -

I have Shure SRH840's for gaming, movies and music. Easily the best headphones I've ever owned, and more often than not I'll have them on my head whenever I'm at my flat. I also own a cheap pair of earphones for my everyday commute -mainly for podcasts. I cannot seem to make them last for more than a year, so I'm wary of spending too much money on a pair.

Hi5 - I used to own a set of 840s, and they were fantastic. It seems we have the same problem with in-ears as well.

But yeah, seems like most of the guys who've posted here are rocking some pretty decent cans.

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#54 Posted by myketuna (1678 posts) -

I use some Plantronics headset I got handed down for chatting/gaming. As far as earbuds for music and stuff, I use the MEElectronics M9. They're really good considering how much I paid for them ($15).

#55 Posted by Subbeh (90 posts) -

In ear I've got some Senn CX300iis and for PC use Grado SR60i, paired with a good sound card they are a really nice set of headphones.

#56 Posted by JonathanAshleyMoore (283 posts) -

Sennheiser 202 HD's. Incredible value.

#57 Posted by LethalKi11ler (1406 posts) -

Beats Studio for everyday and Logitech G35 for PC gaming. I'm a brand whore

#59 Posted by NiKva (128 posts) -

Some random Skullcandy earbuds. I've had them for nearly 3 years and they work perfectly.

#60 Edited by RadecAU (91 posts) -

Love my Audio Technica stuff, sound quality is always great and their design is really comfortable, at least on my head. I've got ATH-A500 for at home that are getting a bit old now and some ATH-EW9 for when I'm out.

#61 Posted by T1000 (45 posts) -

I use regular headphones. I head the ear plug headphones.

#62 Posted by Guided_By_Tigers (8061 posts) -

Audio-Technica ATH-M50s/LE (50th Anniversary Limited Edition)

#63 Posted by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

Apple Ear Pods and Turtle Beach for the 360

#64 Posted by DizzyMedal (399 posts) -

Logitech Wireless H800

I like being able to move around. I think they're better than the Logitech wireless clearchats I used to have.

#65 Posted by aquamarin (555 posts) -

I got Soul by Ludacris (the biggest ones) on sale for $99 around xmas, use those on my PC. Got skullcandy ink'd for listening to stuff out and about, and jvc marshmallows to sleep in. I trash earbuds so I always buy ones under $20.

#66 Posted by WilltheMagicAsian (1544 posts) -

DT880 250 Ohm

#67 Posted by AndrewB (7575 posts) -

Grado SR80is for the desktop and whatever earbuds I can scrounge up for on-the-go (because they never seem to stand the test of time). Currently some Sennheiser CX200s with a backup pair of Monoprice earbuds.

#68 Posted by Everyones_A_Critic (6296 posts) -

I had a pair of Sennheiser earbuds that were Adidas branded and made specifically to take a beating and withstand a lot of sweat. They were basically made for runners. I got them because the wiring was kevlar-coated and I have a tendency to beat the fuck out of my earbuds. They were and still are durable as fuck. Only thing is one day I woke up from being blackout drunk and one of the earbuds was ripped off the wire. I'll pop one earbud in while I'm at work and weave it through my sweatshirt so my boss doesn't see and they serve their purpose. Otherwise I use the generic Samsung ones that came with my Galaxy S3. I wanna save up and get some Bose ones when I have the money. I've broken two pairs of Beats earbuds already, fuck those things. Blew the speakers on one set and the wire got fucked on the other one. Conveniently neither were covered by warranty.

#69 Posted by Sanity (1896 posts) -

Sennheiser 280's, great pair of headphones at a decent price.

#70 Posted by Zaccheus (1792 posts) -

Etymotic HF3 for iPhone and Sennheiser RS170 wireless ones for PC.

#71 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3141 posts) -

I use Skullcandy Skullcrushers.

#72 Posted by Einherjan (588 posts) -

I have some model of the Sennheiser HD's. They are real good.

#73 Posted by Catarrhal (826 posts) -

Another vote for Grado SR60; best headphones available for under $100. I've owned various Sennheiser headphones, too… but they don't measure up.

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#76 Posted by Mirado (993 posts) -

Ultimate Ears Triple.Fi 10. Crap name, great IEMs. Used to be crazy expensive but now you can have a pair for about $200, and since the cord is replaceable you don't have to worry about spending another $200 if it breaks.

#77 Posted by Kidavenger (3530 posts) -

Sennheiser MM-100 they are exactly what I need functionally for walking the dog / working out / driving.

#78 Edited by shorthair (63 posts) -

Beats studios. Everyday use for over a year now. I think they sound great but they are far from a great set of headphones. Having to go and buy batteries on a regular basis sucks and having to manage rechargeable AAA's isn't a whole lot of fun. Not worth full retail at all but if you can make friends with a monster employee (while monster was still making them) and use their 75% discount, they seem like a buch better buy than the AKG K272HD or Audio-Technica ATH-M50. In hind site i should have paid the extra €50 and gone with the AKG or AT's

#79 Edited by zenmastah (890 posts) -

Sennheiser HD 518s and for what theyre going for i have to say im a little bit disapointed..

His and mids are somewhat lacking and the bass aint that great unless you boost it with equalizer.

Still looking for the best value/performance headphones.

When im out ive been using Koss Porta Pros for years now, and theyre just great. Highly recommended.