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Headphone recommedation

I currently want to buy a closed-back on-ear headphones.

- My budget is US$80-120.

- I listen to all genres of music.

- Sound isolated.

- Portable, lightweight, great sound quality, cable length 1.2-1.5 m.

Any recommendation? 

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Latest round up here, but I

Latest round up here, but I don't know the USD prices. 

http://www.whathifi.com/news/best-over-ear-headphones-to-buy-in-2014

i use Grado myself, but guess they are too leaky for you.  Otherwise they are great!

Krell CD and amp, Michell/Rega/Grado for LPs, Hitachi and Sony tuners, Nakamichi cassette, SBT streamer, Chromecast audio, Sonus faber Concerto Grand Piano spkrs. Qobuz > iPad > AudioPro Allroom Air One

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Look at the SoundMAGIC P30 or

Look at the SoundMAGIC P30 or P21, Dale has done a review of the P21 -

http://www.whathifi.com/forum/headphones-etc/soundmagic-p21-portable-ear-stereo-headphone-review

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Musical Fidelity MF-100 would

Musical Fidelity MF-100 would be my choice. Great with all genres and supplied with two sets of earpads which actually slightly alter the sound. One is better for rock, one for bass.

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