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Good headphones for a low price

Nic Marlon
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I wanted to know if you have any suggestions for, around 50-70$, headphones, that i could use for gaming.

I already have a blue snowball, so it doesn't need a microphone.

Thanks for helping

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I love my AKG K92 and it’s only about $40. It’s probably not the best bang for your buck. I dunno, people hype the Monoprice Retro to the max but I have no experience with these. 

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On 11/24/2018 at 5:38 AM, Nic Marlon said:

I wanted to know if you have any suggestions for, around 50-70$, headphones, that i could use for gaming.

I already have a blue snowball, so it doesn't need a microphone.

Thanks for helping

Creative Aurvana Live! Best headphone under $200

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On 11/25/2018 at 6:35 PM, Drkrinklez said:

Creative Aurvana Live! Best headphone under $200

The live 2 or the aurvana original?

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Me personally, I use the Sennheiser HD 4.30G for my desktop, and then some mic off of amazon called "Echo" that is decent. The headphones are good quality, and I got them on sale when they were around 80$. Right now they're 100, though. You could check out the Sennheiser HD 4.20s though, thats around 80 and is basically the 4.30G but without the detachable cable and a different design.

The two go-to companies for headphones that I generally recommend are
Sennheiser
Audio-technica

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1 hour ago, PotatoRynn said:

Me personally, I use the Sennheiser HD 4.30G for my desktop, and then some mic off of amazon called "Echo" that is decent. The headphones are good quality, and I got them on sale when they were around 80$. Right now they're 100, though. You could check out the Sennheiser HD 4.20s though, thats around 80 and is basically the 4.30G but without the detachable cable and a different design.

The two go-to companies for headphones that I generally recommend are
Sennheiser
Audio-technica

I use mine for studio monitoring and it sounds flat.  Just like my studio monitors.  No EQing etc....Best HP's in the world for studio.

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On ‎11‎/‎24‎/‎2018 at 7:08 PM, Nic Marlon said:

I wanted to know if you have any suggestions for, around 50-70$, headphones, that i could use for gaming.

I already have a blue snowball, so it doesn't need a microphone.

Thanks for helping

Your best overall option is the Status Audio CB-1s for 80$. Great comfort and balanced sound. AKG is pretty good too but most reviewers will tell you the CB-1s are best bang for buck under 100$. Sennheiser's lower end is closed back and not that good as compared to their open line up. But if you want that better bass you could try HD 4 series but they aren't the most comfortable. Don't buy cheap Audiotechnicas under 100$, AKG is good just make sure comfort on that specific model.(Read reviews online or watch YouTube reviews)

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On 11/27/2018 at 12:14 PM, Nic Marlon said:

The live 2 or the aurvana original?

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