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Czech Republic CyberBOT 
Hello fellas I'm currently looking for a pair of wireless ANC headphones for portable use. Important criteria: Comfort (deep earpads), sound quality, ANC quality Bonus criteria: wired connection, good battery life, quick charging, aptxHD Currently the favourite is the Bang&Olufsen H95, also considering the Sony XM4, love the ANC, but the sound is kinda meh, but I'm open to suggestions Airpods MAX is out as I'm mostly an Android user and the main device I'll be using the headohones with is LG V30.
2021-10-26 11:51
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Edit: If anyone suggests Beats I will personally find you and place a small pebble in your shoe every time you're not looking Edit 2: Only looking for over-ears, not on-ears
2021-10-26 12:04
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Sony Xm1000 - series or Microsoft Surface Series
2021-10-26 11:57
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Yeah, the XM3/4 is one of the favourites now, I wasn't terribly impressed by the sirface headphones tbh
2021-10-26 11:58
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idk where you live but i use Hammer Bash, it's insanely good. noise cancelling, 90 mins charging gives 3-4 hours battery life and bluetooth range is pretty fkin decent. fits my head well too edit: i just checked, it has an 8 hour battery life on full charge, and pretty cheap as well (where i live)
2021-10-26 13:26
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I'll probably give them a pass tbh, but thanks for the recommendation anyway
2021-10-26 13:38
Beats
2021-10-26 11:56
4 replies
You know what's coming :D
2021-10-26 11:56
why would you buy shit, specially if you are not on ios
2021-10-26 11:59
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it was a joke read his post
2021-10-26 12:02
To be fair, it's not nearly as shit as is used to be, and they have some decent models for the general consumer, but they're still overly bassy and undetailed for me
2021-10-26 12:03
#3
Xizt | 
United Kingdom Gh9st
Get sony ones for 70eu cheapest 35h battery very clean audio
2021-10-26 11:56
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Not saying you're wrong, but can you tell me which ones you mean? I don;t think the cheaper Sony's have particlarly deep earcups or thick pads, comfort might be an issue for me
2021-10-26 11:57
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#10
Xizt | 
United Kingdom Gh9st
WH-CH510 Model, Had them for 6 months now would recommend to anyone Edit:they have a pretty good mic to
2021-10-26 12:00
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My bad, I should have specified, I'm not looking for on-ears, only over-ears. Sorry for the confusion
2021-10-26 12:01
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#14
Xizt | 
United Kingdom Gh9st
oh ok i understand i that case i cant help you, my dad has a good one but idk what model is that
2021-10-26 12:02
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No worries, thanks for the effort :D
2021-10-26 12:03
Sony WH-1000XM4 Amazing headphones. Definitely worth the money
2021-10-26 11:59
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The ANC is great, I'll give you that, but the sound is rather unbalanced, way too much bass and some wonkiness in the mids. I might still go for it and EQ, but I'd prefer a more neutral sounding one tbh
2021-10-26 12:09
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Yeah I totally agree with this comment, I got XM3's myself for when I'm on the go or my brain is tired of noises, but they definitely don't sound like their price. It's not unenjoyable, but not by any chance comparable to my DT770 which were 1/3rd of the price.
2021-10-26 12:08
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To be fair, that's more of a testament of how good a bargain the DT-770's are :D the sub-bass on those...
2021-10-26 12:10
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Yeah I guess, most mainstream headphones don't sound that good anyway (xm3/xm4, that bose one, etc)
2021-10-26 12:39
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I don't mind it that much to be honest, they're meant to sound fun and non-fatiguing for longer sessions, plus the elevated bass comes in handy when in a bus with a louder engine
2021-10-26 12:46
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Yeah I agree, that's why I enjoy them too. I used to use them while on the bus to work daily, nowadays I take my car so only use my XM3 in the gym, still good for those situations though.
2021-10-26 12:50
When you're at loud places, which you're gonna be if you use these to daily commute, frequencies will be obfuscated by outside sounds, even with ANC, I think that's why they focus on decent bass and mids, and not much on highs.
2021-10-26 14:16
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You are 100% correct, but the bass shelf on the MX4 is still considerable, and that, coupled with the mid-range wonkiness, is the main reason for my doubts
2021-10-26 14:28
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Yeah, the bass is too high, even if you take the Harman Target as reference, I think this may be intentional for some acoustics reason that I don't know about. If you don't know Joshua Valour's channel, he has a good review for the XM4s: youtube.com/watch?v=GSRBCmDoeuw I hope this helps you.
2021-10-26 14:43
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I know of Joshua, he's a right lad and makes good reviews. But yes, they intended the bass to be that high, because it pleases the average casual listener. Also, the Headphone Show and Crinnacle are very good review channels, and if you want a bit more entertainment out of your reviews, Z Reviews is there for you. Plus, there's Dankpods, that's jut a jewel of it's own kind :D
2021-10-26 14:54
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I love Dank Pods! Hahaha :D Typing this while listening to my favorite songs on my AKG K371 =)
2021-10-26 14:55
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In that case, have a listen to this and compare it to the sound of the Huh Duh Six Hungos youtu.be/Fu5iMcEELaw
2021-10-26 14:58
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:O huh duh six hungeos top quality reference
2021-10-26 15:04
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Inception is to listen to the sound of the huh duh six hungeos through my own huh duh six hungeos
2021-10-26 15:06
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gotta watch DankPods testing huh duh six hungeos while using huh duh six hungeos :0 amazing!
2021-10-26 18:16
i have the xm3 and i couldn't agree more.
2021-10-26 12:14
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Any comparison with the ANC in XM4?
2021-10-26 12:18
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i have only tested the xm4 in stores and watched youtube videos and i think its the same
2021-10-26 12:25
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From what I've been able to find, XM3's are etter at suppressing highs, but XM4's are better at mids and bass ANC. Which is a shame, because the XM4 also has a higher bass shelf and wonkier mid-range.
2021-10-26 12:28
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#43
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Poland J4nke
I'm using in ear XM4s right now and tbh, after applying light EQ they sound pretty nice. They also give you an option to dial back the "clear bass" effect which I like and it's a part of my eq. My favorite headphone atm is HE-4XX just so you know what my tastes are.
2021-10-26 13:11
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Fair enough :D My Sundara approves your taste
2021-10-26 13:13
wireless headphones will give you cancer
2021-10-26 12:06
3 replies
So will overindulgence on bananas, what's your point?
2021-10-26 12:08
being on hltv too so whatever
2021-10-26 12:08
1 reply
That too
2021-10-26 12:11
#18
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Germany TrTafitson
LG Tone Free FN6 are supposed to be amazing, noise cancelling is not active with those though, I think
2021-10-26 12:06
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My bad, I should have specified, I'm not looking for TWS earbuds, only over-ear hedphones :D
2021-10-26 12:07
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#23
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Germany TrTafitson
Actually my bad, if i read more carefully, i'd probably figured that out myself, whoopsie
2021-10-26 12:09
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No worries, thanks anyway :D
2021-10-26 12:10
#34
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Other nacslul1
It's only noise cancelling if ANC. Rest is just marketing.
2021-10-26 12:53
38 replies
That's a conversation topic for another day, but ANC literally means Active Noise Canceling. That alone implies the existence of Passive Noise Canceling, aka isolation. Sometimes headphoens have good enough isolation that ANC is less of a necessity and more of a neat benefit
2021-10-26 12:56
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#37
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Other nacslul1
Every headphone has "isolation". It's fundamental to design and material used. It's been like that for over half a century. It's just marketing for zoomers.
2021-10-26 12:58
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I'm sorry, but do you realize that there is such a thing as Open-back headphones? These have almost no isolation Closed-backs usually have some isolation at least, but everything from materials used to the earpad desing to fit will affect how well the headphones isolate.
2021-10-26 13:02
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#40
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Other nacslul1
I'm sorry, but do you realize that there is such a thing as noise-cancelling headphones? These have almost no noise cancellation. Active noise cancelling headphones usually have noise cancelling at least, but everything from materials used to the earpad desing to fit will affect how well the headphones noise cancelling marketing works.
2021-10-26 13:05
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How very mature of you, instead of actually adressing the factual criticism to your comment, you turn to childish mockery.
2021-10-26 13:07
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#44
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Other nacslul1
Keep pressing with your marketing scam
2021-10-26 13:13
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I fail to see which part of what I wrote you take as a "marketing scam", would you care to enlighten me?
2021-10-26 13:16
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#47
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Other nacslul1
No.
2021-10-26 13:23
22 replies
F
2021-10-26 13:45
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#61
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Other nacslul1
cry more
2021-10-26 14:03
20 replies
You're drastically overestimating the emotional response I get from a failed troll :D
2021-10-26 14:04
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#65
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Other nacslul1
Losing argument = Troll LULW
2021-10-26 14:09
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Well you went down that route, so... You had 1 response with at least something resembling an argument, the rest is goading, mockery and bait attempts
2021-10-26 14:11
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#67
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Other nacslul1
Read your own last comment before mocking others
2021-10-26 14:12
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I've yet to actually try and mock you really, I was being literal in #66. You had 1 decent response after my initial comment, namely #37, while #40, #44, #47, #61 and probably #65 were prime examples of 'goading, mockery and bait attempts'
2021-10-26 14:24
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#71
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Other nacslul1
Nice bait mate
2021-10-26 14:25
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You did not just try to play the "no u" card :D
2021-10-26 14:28
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#77
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Other nacslul1
Just called you out for your bait. Don't need it
2021-10-26 14:30
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Except there was no bait ;)
2021-10-26 14:32
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#85
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Other nacslul1
Yeah sure. No bait. Just plain internet mockery then.
2021-10-26 14:41
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I didn't really intend to mock you all that much if we're being honest, maybe I can imagine #62 being a bit mocking if I squint my eyes a good bit
2021-10-26 14:51
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#90
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Other nacslul1
May be squint eyes to see obvious marketing scam. And not mock.
2021-10-26 14:54
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Look, if someone calls a pair of headphones "Noise cancelling" and they don't have ANC, it's a marketing scam. If someone says that a headphone has good passive noise cancelation (aka isolation), that's a well-known and used technical term and is not a scam. Are we on the same page now?
2021-10-26 14:56
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#96
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Other nacslul1
There is only active noise canceling. Rest is zoomer marketing scam.
2021-10-26 14:58
6 replies
Are you trying to fight an established science-based headphone nomenclature
2021-10-26 15:01
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#99
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Other nacslul1
No you are actually.
2021-10-26 15:02
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I am very much not, Passive Noise Cancelation (aka isolation) is an established and understoond term in the nomenclature. Also, a good passive isolation goes a long way towards improving ANC
2021-10-26 15:05
#113
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Other nacslul1
So called passive noise cancellation is default. It has nothing to do with noise cancellation. Which is ANC.
2021-10-26 15:13
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I dare you to try and put functional noise cancellation in an open-back like Sennheiser HD600 and then try to tell ma that passive isolation has nothing to do with how good ANC is
2021-10-26 15:43
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#135
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Other nacslul1
Who cars about open back headphone. General headphones only have ANC. Rest is marketing scam.
2021-10-26 15:46
wrong
2021-10-26 15:32
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#127
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Other nacslul1
ok zoomer
2021-10-26 15:41
2 replies
if there is no such thing as passive noise cancelling how do you fucking think earmuffs work?
2021-10-26 15:42
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#130
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Other nacslul1
It's a not a feature to market. Sellers will try to conflate both and market as if ear muffs are a 21 century invention.
2021-10-26 15:42
Don't bother, I've already had this entire discussion with them, it's not worth loosing braincells over
2021-10-26 15:42
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#131
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Other nacslul1
Them? You only had it with me.
2021-10-26 15:43
2 replies
As I don't know (though I suspect) what gender you are, it is gramatically correct to use the "they/them"
2021-10-26 15:44
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#134
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Other nacslul1
No it is not. It looks like you were discussing with multiple persons.
2021-10-26 15:47
Have used my quietcomfort 35 2 for 3 years now. They are great
2021-10-26 12:54
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I kinda want to try out the QC45, but I haven't been able to find it in-store yet
2021-10-26 13:02
HyperX flight for 3 years. Best headphones I had. But bad for music tho cuz little bass, but healthy for ears
2021-10-26 13:09
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I have a pair of Cloud Flight's for VR, it's a pretty decent wireless headset, if a bit creaky, but I found it bassy enough for most music, if a touch unclear. But that;'s not what I'm looking for. I'm looking for a portable bluetooth headphone with active noise cancelling, not a gaming headset
2021-10-26 13:45
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Ah I see. Then Idk. You look for music headphones right? I kinda had one of these when I was young and my hearings got worse and I couldnt hear cars outside so I threw them. Since then I got my 100% hearing back. I wouldnt reccomend you these headsets
2021-10-26 13:55
i have some bose wireless ones since 2017, just replaced the pads for the ears and theyre good as new again :) sound is decent (not amazing by any means) but good enough for spotify music and decent price for them.
2021-10-26 13:29
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bose soundlink II is the ones i have :) looks like they are nearly 200 euro now which is insane i only paid like 120 before....might not be worth it anymore
2021-10-26 13:30
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I've heard the soundlink before, pretty decent but I'm aiming a bit higher :D
2021-10-26 13:37
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to be honest its only good for casual listeners. but i didnt realise the price is gone up on them since i got mine. not worth it at all now. anyway with wireless headphones quality is still limited
2021-10-26 13:45
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Quality itself doesn't have to be limited (aptX HD), but they're generally tuned to be less than balanced
2021-10-26 13:46
Bowers and Wilkins PX7
2021-10-26 13:50
5 replies
I'll give them a try, but holy shit that frequency response looks weird
2021-10-26 14:06
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No idea what a good frequency response is supposed to look like! I don't have them myself but my father does and he is a huge audiophile so if it's good enough for him then I suppose it must be alright. I read a lot of reviews myself when I was looking at getting some and they are all pretty positive. Worth considering.
2021-10-26 15:14
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rtings.com/headphones/1-4/graph#1619/399.. This is the Frequency response of the PX7, the dotted line represents neutral sound (Harman neutral, but I digress). FR is not everything, but it often indicates the sound signature a headphone is prone to have Nevertheless, I'll try to give them a listen
2021-10-26 15:16
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I guess it's all about preference then. I suppose it isn't normal for the frequency response in high Hz to look that wavey?
2021-10-26 16:25
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Also, I suppose you able to look at a graph like that and have a good idea what it would sound like? That's mad. Much better educated on this than most.
2021-10-26 16:27
#59
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United Kingdom LozahG
AKG N60nc are very decent for the money (like £100 on Amazon) with a detachable wire. Earpads are maybe a little small though
2021-10-26 14:01
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Oh those are on-ears, right? I'm not really looking to buy on-ears Thanks tho :D
2021-10-26 14:07
Soundcore q30
2021-10-26 14:01
bose 700. great product, but it costs quite abit ^^
2021-10-26 14:12
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Tried it, hated the touch controlls Also, I'm considering the B&O H95, which are priced at $900 MSRP, that's the context of what I'm looking to get
2021-10-26 14:26
Airpods pro, great with my itoddler stuff and fantastic value for the price. Been using them since launch, if I ever lose them, will buy them again asap.
2021-10-26 14:28
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They are a good set of TWS, but I'm looking for over-ear headphones, not IEMs :D
2021-10-26 14:29
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I'd probably get the bose flagship then, but seeing as you are willing to spend more, the B&O could be a good choice.
2021-10-26 14:30
#79
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Brazil JaoLauton
Just go for the Sony XM4 and chill
2021-10-26 14:31
5 replies
I am considering them, but they are a tad too bassy and unbalanced in the mids
2021-10-26 14:33
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#82
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Brazil JaoLauton
bassy is cool mens))
2021-10-26 14:34
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Not if you want clarity, that's why Razer's headsets are trash sound-wise, too much high bass, recessed mids and details
2021-10-26 14:35
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#84
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Brazil JaoLauton
yup, jk. Now seriously, I didnt find it's mids unbalanced. Its obviously not the strogest part of its sound, but i couldnt find any major issues. As far as what I've tested out, XM4 is a safe pick for nearly everyone, hard to find someone to that dislikes it.
2021-10-26 14:41
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It's not that hard if you know where to look, as almost every casual reviever liked them, most audiophile revievers were less that extatic, to say the least.But that is hardly surprising, audiophiles tend to favor neutrality and the XM4 is anything but neutral. Doesn't mean it's bad, but it's aimed much more at the casual listener
2021-10-26 14:49
#93
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Brazil find_Elvis
Weird flex but ok...
2021-10-26 14:57
3 replies
Not meant to be a flex, I'm genuinely looking for inspiration
2021-10-26 14:58
2 replies
Ok sorry. I can rec Life q30 but its waaay below your budget, BW PX7 might be an inspiration
2021-10-26 15:18
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Indeed, but thank you anyway :D
2021-10-26 15:21
I got XM4 last Saturday (100$ discount) and they are amazing so far. I use them for PC. I love the bass as I listen to electronic music or rap. Feel free to ask any questions
2021-10-26 14:59
4 replies
Did the earpads flatten any since you got them?
2021-10-26 15:07
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Flatten what do you mean? I just use them and have no issues, wired it's a bit worse than when it's on but easy to charge and a good battery
2021-10-26 15:09
2 replies
I meant if the earpads did get a bit squished over time, if they're getting thinner as you use them
2021-10-26 15:10
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Idk I had them for like 3 days only, so far I am very happy with them and I tried my old hyperx headphones which I used on PC, I couldn't go back. Ruined hyperx for me lol But good headphones cost a lot but it was 100$ discount and I pulled the trigger instantly lmao. Worth it
2021-10-26 15:26
just don, wireless is really bad for quality
2021-10-26 15:02
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Not is you find a headphone with aptX HD or LDAC. I mean, It's not wired, but for use while commuting, you wouldn't be able to tell the difference
2021-10-26 15:06
Hi mans)) you helped me with my pc back in 2k18 btw. I am looking for headphones currently aswell. For wireless i could recommend logitech g pro x lightspeed, they have a Blue microphone, that can be adjusted very well, also the sound can be adjusted with a preinstalled program, but they are 2x the price of wired ones. For wired ones im gonna recommend Beyerdynamic,
2021-10-26 15:07
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Hiya there laddy, thanks for the recommendations, but I'm looking for a set of bluetooth ANC headphones to commute with, I'm pretty good on the wired headphone and wireless headset part at the moment
2021-10-26 15:09
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Ah well, at least i now that ANC is a feature and its worth taking into account. What headphones do you use tho?
2021-10-26 15:11
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That's gonna take a while to answer :D Headphones: Sennheiser HD600, Hifiman Sundara, Monoprice Monolith M1060C, Bang&Olufsen H6 2nd gen, Meze 99 Neo, Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro, Philips Fidelio X2HR, Taotronics SoundSurge 46 Headsets: Audeze Penrose, Steelseries Arctis Pro Wireless (gonna sell), Corsair Virtuoso (gonna sell), HyperX Cloud Flight IEMs: KZ ZS10 Pro, KZ ATE, TaoTronics SoundLiberty 79 I think I'm forgetting something, I'll check when I get back home
2021-10-26 15:20
QC 45
2021-10-26 15:10
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They're in consideration too, but I haven't been able to give them a listen yet. How are they in terms of earpad/cup depth? My ears stick away from my head, so I need good 2.7cm of depth just behind the middle of the cup
2021-10-26 15:13
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The bottom of the cup is quite deep and also angled, so even people with big ears should have no problem. I had my QC 35 first generation since 2016 and the only thing that I had to do was replace the earfoam once. They are still fine and I gifted them to my brother and got myself QC 45s. I love them, very balanced sound (some people hate that, since they think it sounds boring), high quality and if you take care of them they last forever. Edit: Most comfortable headphones I ever tried btw.
2021-10-26 15:24
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I really want to give these a listen, I'd much prefer a more neutral sound, although some warmth in the sound is a good idea in this particular usecase
2021-10-26 15:23
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Oops, didnt look at your criteria xd Comfort and ANC quality is top notch, sound is debatable, but clean. (should have a listen) Battery life 20 hrs easily, can be used wired and support aptx hd. Suit ur criteria pretty good I think
2021-10-26 15:29
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Wait, are you sure about it supporting aptx HD? Because pretty much every article I read (as well as Qualcomms official documentation) says it doesn't
2021-10-26 15:36
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My bad confused them with the XM4, another great pick btw
2021-10-26 15:38
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Sony's don't support it either, but they have LDAC, which is pretty much the same thing
2021-10-26 15:39
recommend me also. i want to watch videos and my current wireless earphones are very delayed. so i am resorting to wireless headphones. is there any headphones which have low latency and good for video?
2021-10-26 16:52
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That depends, what are you wanthing the videos on? If it's a PC, there are 2.4GHz wireless headsets, and while I wouldn't call most of the great, some are at least decent. If you want bluetooth headphones with low latency, you'll have to look for ones with aptX Low Latency or aptX Adaptive, but that requires your device to support that too.
2021-10-27 11:45
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its time I get a better phone too, I guess. I have a Samsung S8 since early high school (16) and now I'm in my 2nd year of university so I'm due for an upgrade. most of my budget has been used up in university fees so I'm using a bit to indulge aha. I will look for a device with the specifications you specified and buy accordingly
2021-10-27 15:50
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No worries, I beleive qualcomm even made a website where you can check if a device supports aptX LL Found it: aptx.com/products Also, rtings.com usually test wireless latency in their reviews, youmight want to give them a try, just be aware that while their testing methodology and data is impeccable, their scoring and the text part of the review doesn;t really make sence, so I just usually look at the data and interpret the graphs myself.
2021-10-29 12:35
I am currently using an Aukey EP-T21. It’s accessible with samsung and apple and works affectively. Has a noise cancelling feature and I commonly listen to some songs while I’m in the shower with it. Amazing headphones 10/10
2021-10-28 21:43
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Thanks for the recommendation dude, unfortunately I'm looking for over-ear headphones, not in-ears Thanks anyway
2021-10-29 12:29
1 reply
No problem man. For an over ear headphones, I recommend the Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Headphones. I had it for a while and it was amazing. I believe it has a 2 hour battery life and a noise canceling feature. Good luck on your endeavors!.
2021-10-31 02:55
#144
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Sweden RaMeN_xD
Astro A50s
2021-10-29 12:32
1 reply
A) I'm not looking for a gaming headsett, but rather a set of portable ANC over-ear bluetooth headphones B) I've already been dissapointed by several wireless headsets, I've in my possession Audeze Penrose, Steelseries Arctis Pro Wireless (gonna sell those), Corsair Virtuoso (gonna sell those) and HyperX Cloud Flight, I've done my fair share of those
2021-10-29 12:42
airpods))
2021-10-29 12:37
3 replies
I'm looking for over-ears, not in-ears, and I use android :D
2021-10-29 12:43
2 replies
I know. I made a non sense reply so they would let me post here
2021-10-30 10:11
1 reply
Understandable :D
2021-10-30 12:40
Idk, big wireless headphones in the gym or even in the street looks so silly to me ngl I'd rather go with something similar to creative outlier sports (1st google result lol, dont know what this type is called), but MUCH better and not crappy/cheap. Any suggestions? ^_^
2021-10-30 12:56
Cry is free
2021-10-30 13:00
3 replies
I think you replied to a wrong thread bruv :D
2021-10-30 19:28
2 replies
LMAO I DID HAHAHAHHA I wanted to reply to one guy saying s1mple is overrated sorry bro
2021-10-30 20:57
1 reply
No worries :D
2021-10-30 21:36
#157
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United States xcalibot
Anyone can recommend a cheap headphones cost around 30-40 usd? I'm mainly using it to gym. Preferable with good battery and sound also. I also prefer Bluetooth over wired since it will get in my way when im doing exercise and stuff i know my budget is too low but it is what it is
2021-10-31 03:04
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