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    anyone looking to buy new headphones?

    Yo i think you should get these headphones.

    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Skullcan...97-i1169922.gc

    i just figured id let everyone know that these are the greatest headphones ive ever had and they are totally worth every penny. originally bought them for music production but they are great for anything.

    #2
    They look really nice, 20hz is an impressive low range for headphones. If I were to buy new headphones tho I'd probably go for a 5.1 surround set.

    They still have that carousel in the Danbury mall? I used to ride on that thing when I was a kid Haven't been to CT in 15 years.

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      #3
      Originally posted by bclagge View Post
      They still have that carousel in the Danbury mall? I used to ride on that thing when I was a kid Haven't been to CT in 15 years.
      sadly no. it was sold at an auction for like over a million dollars i heard because the horses were like extremely dated french and hand carved. the mall is now entirely directed towards adults because of the teenage population. the fountain is now couches. lmao.

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        #4
        Directed towards adults? Don't tell me they got rid of the McDonald's!

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          #5
          Originally posted by bclagge View Post
          Directed towards adults? Don't tell me they got rid of the McDonald's!
          no but they turned dunkin donuts into starbucks. and theyre getting rid of hot topic i think.

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            #6
            I'll stick with my 5.1 headphones, thanks.

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              #7
              check out Sennheiser for some serious headphones for your music stuff..

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                #8
                I got those Sennheiser HD-201 headphones for 30$. Cant really complain. Rather the opposite.

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                  #9
                  I use the Sennheiser EH-150 headphones, got them at circuit city for $40. Perform great, but more importantly they are incredibly comfortable.
                  http://www.headphone.com/guide/by-he...ser-eh-150.php

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                    #10
                    I've been using the Philips SBC HP1000 headphones for a few years now. They cost me 130 euro's which is pretty expensive for headphones, but they're worth it every cent in my opinion. They're very comfortable, and they have a 5Hz-40kHz frequency range... Most people can only hear between 20Hz-20kHz, which means it lets you hear everything you can. Both bass and treble sound fantastic, love 'em to bits.

                    [shot]http://img.kasa.cz/hej-foto/270/product_19568.jpg[/shot]

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                      #11
                      I recommend the Sennheiser 280s, best pair I've ever owned --
                      http://www.guitarcenter.com/Sennheis...18-i1126138.gc

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by jehjoa View Post
                        Most people can only hear between 20Hz-20kHz, which means it lets you hear everything you can.
                        I can hear approximately 0.0000000053 Hz. Low frequencies are forbidden because they can kill a human.

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                          #13
                          I bought these Koss headphones: http://www.koss.com/koss/kossweb.nsf/p?openform&pc^fs^PRO4AAT

                          Frequency Response 10-25,000 Hz
                          Impedance 250 ohms
                          Sensitivity 95dB SPL/1mW
                          Distortion <0.1%
                          Cord Coiled, Single Entry, 8ft

                          Bought them from Amazon though because it was cheaper: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...6W3G0C7E72XBRG

                          ~Death Dream~

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                            #14
                            i definitely recommend pro headphones for sound and comfort too.. i use these AKG cans even tho they dont have lil skulls on them

                            http://www.guitarcenter.com/AKG-K-14...47-i1125845.gc

                            i also have the sennheisers which are very good too, but i find the akg most comfortable for long sessions recording or fragging ...

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                              #15
                              Quality is not the most important factor here.. youre not trying to distinguish the harps from the cellos in an orchestra FFS..

                              Of more importance in the gaming world is comfort and reliability.
                              You'll be wearing these things for hours on end so you should get headphones that have a lot of padding around the ear and a decent bit of padding on the head brace.

                              Also, if its USB, make sure the lead is long enough!

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