.... For some headphones for home listening. What would you buy?
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Nice spot JD. I'll let my bro know.
If I had 30 quid I wouldn't have had to buy my lunch with a credit card! Stupid agencies...
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Blimey. And I thought I could put it away!
Oh, I only spent 7 quid but I had to stick it on the CC, the agency I'm employed through can't deal with Christmas, so I've had one week's pay this year, when you usually get paid weekly that starts to bite after a month or so! It's now fully bitten...
Be nice when all that back-pay comes in though, won't it.
If your brother is into metal the HD202s are a great suggestion due to the extra bass levels. An alternative are the AKG K44s with a bit less thud and a bit more detail.
Internet - laptop - DAC - amp - lots of headphones.
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Ouch!Be nice when all that back-pay comes in though, won't it.
I had the same problem when my Sennheiser HD 570's broke. Ended up buying some Goldring DR100 for £35. Lovely for the money and have a nice quality cable.
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