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  • #1039367
    AvatarCol
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    looking for some studio monitor headphones with a budget of roughly £100.

    any suggestions ?

    #1090696
    Avatarmagneze
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    Sennheiser HD25 – highly recommended, closed back, quality sound. 😎

    #1090699
    AvatarRaj
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    check this place – full of pro sound equipment

    http://www.tait-components.com/

    we got these

    http://www.tait-components.com/ProductDetail.asp?stock_code=240085&product_class=Audio+Visual&iPage=2

    and they kick the shit out of all previous headphones we have owned including sennheisers at a fraction of the priceraaaraaaraaaraaaraaa

    [at that price you could afford to try them and if you dont like them its no real problem 😉 – i like them so much i dont think i will ever buy another make and over the last 15 years i have had all kinds of expensive branded headphones which werent a patch on these ones]

    #1090697
    Avatarmagneze
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    Looks interesting for all sorts of components that one … bookmarked! 🙂

    #1090694
    AvatarBioTech
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    Everybody has their own opinion but you’ll find that most people will say the HD25 ‘s and i’d agree.

    I’ve tried lots and after using these I’d never change.

    http://www.sennheiser.co.uk/uk/icm.nsf/resources/HD_25_GB.pdf/$File/HD_25_GB.pdf

    A touch over your budget though at around £120.

    #1090700
    AvatarRaj
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    i do like the look of them :groucho: :groucho: :groucho:

    the replaceable bits are a brilliant idea if these are the ones we discussed earlier biotech

    i just cant afford to spend that much money currently on headphones which may be left behind somewhere because my other half forgets to pick them up
    :hopeless::hopeless::hopeless:

    i have had sennheisers before now and i would still stand by my statement WRT the quality of the ones i put up the link for being at least as good:groucho:

    at the end of the day it is col´s money:wink:

    #1090693
    AvatarCol
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    raj wrote:
    i do like the look of them :groucho: :groucho: :groucho:

    the replaceable bits are a brilliant idea if these are the ones we discussed earlier biotech

    i just cant afford to spend that much money currently on headphones which may be left behind somewhere because my other half forgets to pick them up
    :hopeless::hopeless::hopeless:

    i have had sennheisers before now and i would still stand by my statement WRT the quality of the ones i put up the link for being at least as good:groucho:

    at the end of the day it is col´s money:wink:

    I think im gonna buy both and do a comparison study, if the cheap ones stack up against the HD25’s then im gonna make sure i get the 25’s from a good outlet with a no quibble returns policy and keep the cheapo’s.

    i can spend the difference on a decent headphone amp then

    #1090701
    AvatarRaj
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    keep us posted please COl :groucho: :groucho: :groucho: i would like an outside opinion on the headphone issues

    #1090698
    Avatarmagneze
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    BioTech wrote:
    A touch over your budget though at around £120.BangingTunes do them for £99 … 🙂

    http://www.bangingtunes.com/products/view/hd25/

    #1090695
    AvatarBioTech
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    That’s a good price!

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