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Hello, I am looking to spend around £100 on headphones and would like to k ow what ones would be the best. Any options would be great. Over ear cans or in-ear ones. thank you Read More
PalG Avatar
4m, 3w agoPosted 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Hello,

I am looking to spend around £100 on headphones and would like to k ow what ones would be the best.

Any options would be great. Over ear cans or in-ear ones.

thank you
PalG Avatar
4m, 3w agoPosted 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Hey PalG,

I've owned the B&W P3s (Series 1 ... Series 2 just came out recently) for around five years now, and have no complaints. Good sound and comfortable, for me at least!

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0082AQ81U/?

Edited By: niceroundpound on Mar 01, 2017 17:06
#2
if you like bass you should definitely go for the Sony MDRXB950BT they're Bluetooth and are usually about £100
#3
If you can find it on Amazon under 100 then I would recommend Jabra revo. Has it's own app which takes sound level to a different level! I managed to get it for £75
#4
I would recommend the AKG Y50BT often available for around a ton. As good as any Bluetooth headset or the B and O H6 more than your budget but see if you can get the mk 1 version which should be around £150.
#5
even aptX bluetooth is below CD quality so i tend to stay away from bluetooth versions.
#6
Second hand B&O H6
#7
https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Headphones-Earphones/JVC-HAM5X-Xtreme-Xplosives-Around-Ear-Headphone/B004W73TCI
If you want to feel the bass in your heart then these are the ones. probably can find them cheaper elsewhere if you look. Try them then try a pair of top of the line Beats or mid tier B&O and they sound virtually the same. Got a good weight to them and they fit around my big ears. well under your price range aswell.
#8
can't attest for the newer model but I had these for years and still best headphones I have owned.
#9
Hi it all depends on what type of music you like, for heavy Bass go for Closed back headphones for all round sound go for open back. Grado make award winning headphones I have a pair of SR60s which are open back they are a good all rounder in sound and have a transparent midrange. They have now been replaced with SR80e. On offer at £89 Richer Sounds.
Hope this helps.

http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/GRAD-SR80-E
#10
Audio Technica ATH MX50 from Amazon? around £100 and generally regarded as an excellent all round pair.
#11
really appreciate all the replies.
#12
trott3r
even aptX bluetooth is below CD quality so i tend to stay away from bluetooth versions.


True Bluetooth is worse sound quality than wired headsets. The AKG Bluetooth headphones are as good as any though but not a patch on a good wired set.
#13
what would be thr best wired set?
#14
Second the grado sr60

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