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  1. philipjent

    philipjent Guest

    Whats up Im looking for a pair of good head phones that will keep out the noise while doing vocals , but are there any out there that are cheaper then those $100 -$200 head phones?
  2. bwmac

    bwmac Active Member

    Mar 15, 2007
    Well I know that there are cheaper ones out there because I own some. LOL
    I paid $50 plus tax for these RH-50

    these ones cost me $300 RP-DJ1200 (ya I got ripped but they are awesome)

    The Roland's don't keep the noise out so I use them for the singers so that they can hear themselves
  3. Ballz

    Ballz Guest

    AKG makes some closed back headphones in the $40-$70 range. I think there's K55, K66, along those lines.

    I'm fond of the Audio-Technica headphones moreso in that price range for sound quality. Check out the ATH-M30 and the ATH-M40 phones.
  4. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Member

    Sep 26, 2005
    Sennheiser HD202, buy them by the bag. Pack of 5 for $98 at Guitar Center. Closed back and you won't get upset if you break one. You'll have 4 more.

    Owner of over a dozen headphones!
    Ms. Remy Ann David
  5. TapeOpAl

    TapeOpAl Guest

    I really like my Beyer Dynamic DT-250s although they hurt the top of my head a little after about 5 hours solid.
  6. the01habitat

    the01habitat Guest

    beyer dynamic's dt-770's are really good also but pretty expensive. if you know how to "grind" sales people you could get a pair for around a hundred dollars at guitar center. those too also start to cramp my ears after about 5 hours. but i got ears like no other, better to hear with, i guess. hah

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