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ViperAces
March 23rd 2013


12524 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

yea theres beats by dre if you prefer appearence over quality

Chortles
March 23rd 2013


18478 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

half the fuckwads at my school have beats it's disgusting

toxin.
March 23rd 2013


12858 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

idk i mean money really isn't an issue since i get like $2200 per quarter just to go to school lol

i think after $100 my ears can't tell the difference, but in terms of comfort and mixing (i.e. i don't like overstressed bass) headphones vary a lot. also i wouldn't move them around much so i'm pretty sure open headphones would be better, but at the same time on a long road trip or something they won't tune the world out as well.

goddamn decisions

ViperAces
March 23rd 2013


12524 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

youd also need in-ear for when youre running and stuff

Chortles
March 23rd 2013


18478 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i just use my shitty ipod earphones for that kind of stuff, too paranoid about wearing my good headphones out in public unless i'm on a plane or something

toxin.
March 23rd 2013


12858 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yea i have some really cheap earbuds that honestly serve the purpose okay (i'm not too concerned with audio fidelity when i'm exercising), but i actually tend not to listen to music when i exercise (running or lifting) because nothing I listen to is good exercising music

oltnabrick
March 23rd 2013


33353 Comments


id steal chortles headphones

ViperAces
March 23rd 2013


12524 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

i have to, it gets so boring :/

anyway id recommend closed headphones, even though i have open headphones

Chortles
March 23rd 2013


18478 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

what's the difference

toxin.
March 23rd 2013


12858 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

exercising gets boring? ha when i'm running (usually sprinting) there are too many things for me to worry about (running form, breathing, pacing, etc.). agreed about lifting though, i tend to listen to my music between sets and then turn it off for the actual reps



and yeah i think closed is the better choice too, esp. since i'm not audiophilic enough for the difference in fidelity to really bother me. still gotta decide on what, though

toxin.
March 23rd 2013


12858 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

closed covers your ear completely so it tunes out the world better. open leaks some sound in but it's supposed to reduce resonance and thus have better fidelity



i think closed are more portable too.

Chortles
March 23rd 2013


18478 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

oh ya i have closed, it's great



my roommate jams his music pretty loud usually and i can never hear it if i have my music turned up at least halfway

toxin.
March 23rd 2013


12858 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

man siberian khatru is so sweet



and yea my suitemate does the same thing with his obnoxiously loud speakers so closed is prob. the better pick

MeatSalad
March 23rd 2013


16141 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Closed is the way to go if outside noise is an issue at all, otherwise go open because they do sound better

ViperAces
March 24th 2013


12524 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Cap'n you gotta stop sending mobile youtube links haha

oh and sweet rating toxin

Sadistocrat
March 25th 2013


117 Comments


Fuckyea this album

MeatSalad
March 25th 2013


16141 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

suxks yeah

VanSchuldiner
March 25th 2013


659 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Ya this album omg

oltnabrick
March 25th 2013


33353 Comments


Wow one of the worst

oltnabrick
March 25th 2013


33353 Comments


It does work, at least for me. You have to select 'desktop version' in order to play it



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