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    Guys, something terrible happened to my headphone yesterday, I accidentally damaged my Creative HS-800 by ripping the cords completely.
    So, I was thinking to get a new Headset for gaming purposes, within 40-45USD or 4-5k tk. Main purpose would be gaming but not that I wont listen to music with it.
    So, please suggest me a headphone/headset at this range along with its selling link/location & price as soon as possible, I want to get them pretty soon so if I have to order, I wanna do that tomorrow.
    My initial plan was to get a SS Siberia V2 white, which I still have in mind, & this is the cheapest one I found--
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Steelseries-...2c5b#ebayphoto
    Not sure it's legit or not though.
    P.S.-Budget can't go beyond 5k, so don't tempt me to
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    Do not get gaming HPs.

    they are universally crap

    get good quality studio HPs with flat response.

    I use my E10M for gaming. they are as good as any gaming HPs
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    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    Do not get gaming HPs.

    they are universally crap

    get good quality studio HPs with flat response.

    I use my E10M for gaming. they are as good as any gaming HPs
    @avas911 bro, headphone nibo, earphone die gaming korte valo lage na. Suggestion den. BTW, Rakin already suggest korse akta, Panasonic HTF600

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    The link you gave is legit, but that doesn't come with the box, just comes with a so called retail pouch, and maneh, you know, chinese wholesale prices e sell kortese. Do not even look at gaming headphones/headsets, they are uber crap for the money.

    You can take a look at the Panasonic HTF600-S, they're really good for the price, since soundstage/positioning is the most important factor that your looking for, the panas have a stage larger than any gaming hps can provide you, the Siberia V2s are very comfortable, but they suck real bad.

    Or if you really want to take a gaming headset, get the Creative Tactic 3D Sigma, but the panas would be quite a bit better at that price. :/

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    Panasonic HTF600/JVC RX700/Samson RH600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    The link you gave is legit, but that doesn't come with the box, just comes with a so called retail pouch, and maneh, you know, chinese wholesale prices e sell kortese. Do not even look at gaming headphones/headsets, they are uber crap for the money.

    You can take a look at the Panasonic HTF600-S, they're really good for the price, since soundstage/positioning is the most important factor that your looking for, the panas have a stage larger than any gaming hps can provide you, the Siberia V2s are very comfortable, but they suck real bad.

    Or if you really want to take a gaming headset, get the Creative Tactic 3D Sigma, but the panas would be quite a bit better at that price. :/
    Hmm....the pana one would be good but one thing is that it is poor in noise isolation. BTW, would it be comfortable? I need that as when in pc, I keep my HP on all the time.
    Also, cant go for tactic sigma as they are higher priced.

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    Panasonic RP HTF 600S
    http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-RP-H...8905828&sr=8-1
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/571005/the-...than-the-hd650
    http://www.head-fi.org/products/pana...onitor/reviews


    Still unsure, then feel free to drop by and test them out for yourself.

    For more headphones see here
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/433318/shoo...added-04-29-12
    http://www.overclock.net/a/ocnhc-gui...ing-headphones

    And to why not get Gaming headphones
    http://www.overclock.net/t/368653/oc...hones-headsets

    ---------- Post added at 20:29 ---------- Previous post was at 20:24 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by areek View Post
    Hmm....the pana one would be good but one thing is that it is poor in noise isolation. BTW, would it be comfortable? I need that as when in pc, I keep my HP on all the time.
    Also, cant go for tactic sigma as they are higher priced.
    Oh they are very comfortable. Just Kaan ektu gorom hoe jae but thats nothing a 2 minute break wont solve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramiz View Post
    Panasonic RP HTF 600S
    http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-RP-H...8905828&sr=8-1
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/571005/the-...than-the-hd650
    http://www.head-fi.org/products/pana...onitor/reviews


    Still unsure, then feel free to drop by and test them out for yourself.

    For more headphones see here
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/433318/shoo...added-04-29-12
    http://www.overclock.net/a/ocnhc-gui...ing-headphones

    And to why not get Gaming headphones
    http://www.overclock.net/t/368653/oc...hones-headsets

    ---------- Post added at 20:29 ---------- Previous post was at 20:24 ----------



    Oh they are very comfortable. Just Kaan ektu gorom hoe jae but thats nothing a 2 minute break wont solve.
    Thanks for all the links. I am now thinking between the panasonic one & the JVC HARX-700 one. But can anyone tell me which would be better considering the quality, comfort, longevity & soundstage?
    also, @ramiz bro how much did u pay for the panasonic HP? Did u get them from abroad urself or bought em via FB shops?

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    @areek bro i got them via gamers paradise and the price was 5100tk.

    check this
    http://www.overclock.net/t/1195486/s...-htf600-review

    according to her the pannys will be better than the RX700. Well both of these are great value for money so you won't be disappointed with either one. Now I don't understand audiophile language but I think a bigger soundstage means the ability to actually tell the distance between you and the source or something like that(I might be totally wrong though). Well anyways here is what I can tell you about the htf600

    *while listening to music ( I mostly listen to metal BTW) I can tell the sound of different instruments coming from different directions.
    *I haven't played any FPS games so far, but in Kingdom Of Amalur: Reckoning I can hear the footsteps of my character when walking, and in Spiderman: Web of Shadows the sound of explosions were awesome.
    *They sound amazing to me but I don't think I am capable of judging sound quality.
    *The build is plastic but they don't look nor feel cheap. IMO the build quality is pretty good.
    *It is indeed very comfortable after wearing it for a couple of hours. The one problem is that the ears become warm after about a couple of hours but a 2 minute break is enough to fix that.

    So um yeah that's my experience with them (only had them for about 10 days). Many thanks to dipanzan and Hemlock bhaiya for making me buy them.

    BTW you can over to my place and see whether you like them or not (I don't have a sound card so they don't sound their best hehe)

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    Within the $50 price bracket, the HTF-600 is the obvious route. I dunno in how many threads i've written about them already. Please dig up.

    You can drop by to check them out, but i really doubt you 'd buy the 600s nemore if you come to my place, because then would try the Hfi-2400 too and your soul wouldn 't rest in peace until you acquire one.
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    I would suggest Creative Aurvana Live! over the Panasonic RP HTF 600S though BUT they arent available at $52 anymore. They are now sold in $90ish range. And Panasonic should be much better than the JVC HARX700. Soundstagewise only one other thing you can consider is JVC HA-RX900, they have very good soundstage and only $56 but the panasonic will provide best bang for buck. The last time i saw they were only $25 which is a steal.

    So in my opinion you should get the Panasonic RP HTF 600S.

    ---------- Post added at 23:41 ---------- Previous post was at 23:36 ----------

    Sorry for OT. But @Hemlock bro have you tried this *Fischer Audio FA-011*
    This guy is praising them like crazy.
    ( http://www.head-fi.org/t/545368/revi...f-the-deep-end )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    I would suggest Creative Aurvana Live! over the Panasonic RP HTF 600S though BUT they arent available at $52 anymore. They are now sold in $90ish range. And Panasonic should be much better than the JVC HARX700. Soundstagewise only one other thing you can consider is JVC HA-RX900, they have very good soundstage and only $56 but the panasonic will provide best bang for buck. The last time i saw they were only $25 which is a steal.

    So in my opinion you should get the Panasonic RP HTF 600S.
    It 's never under $30, when you saw it at $25 you prolly missed that there was a $5/6 shipping fee. These are marketing strategies, it 's like this - $31 + free shipping / $X + $Y shipping = $30....

    The CALs are totally out 'f his budget.

    ---------- Post added at 23:44 ---------- Previous post was at 23:42 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post

    Sorry for OT. But @Hemlock bro have you tried this *Fischer Audio FA-011*
    This guy is praising them like crazy.
    ( www.head-fi.org/t/545368/review-fischer-audio-fa-011-off-the-deep-end )
    I've always thought of tryin one, but from the looks of it, i can tell that the pads suckkk!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    I would suggest Creative Aurvana Live! over the Panasonic RP HTF 600S though BUT they arent available at $52 anymore. They are now sold in $90ish range. And Panasonic should be much better than the JVC HARX700. Soundstagewise only one other thing you can consider is JVC HA-RX900, they have very good soundstage and only $56 but the panasonic will provide best bang for buck. The last time i saw they were only $25 which is a steal.
    Nice copy-pasting from the headfi forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Nice copy-pasting from the headfi forums.
    Dare to prove?
    P.S-You're pathetic

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    Guys, am taking the Panasonic HTF600. Thanks for all your suggestions.

    ---------- Post added at 19:27 ---------- Previous post was at 18:46 ----------

    @Hemlock & @ramiz bro, did you guys need any burn in time for the hp??? Also, did you do any mods?

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    Quote Originally Posted by areek View Post
    Guys, am taking the Panasonic HTF600. Thanks for all your suggestions.

    ---------- Post added at 19:27 ---------- Previous post was at 18:46 ----------

    @Hemlock & @ramiz bro, did you guys need any burn in time for the hp??? Also, did you do any mods?
    Didn 't bother to get the Beyer pads since those pads cost as much as the phones themselves and because the clamping force is too low, so velours will impact isolation.

    Burn-in? Yes! I left them to the wife (I wanted to restrict the Beyers from regular use ) because they were unbelievably muddy and the top-end was non-existent out of the box. I couldn 't exactly match all the raving i read about them. I wouldn 't have paid a buck more for these for what they were initially.
    One night, she was listening to them and i noticed that they were leaking a lot more than before, so i had her take them off immediately to inspect.
    My jaws were about to drop! Never had i witnessed such drastical change from burn-in! The muddiness had gone down (still exists, it 's their natural sonic characteristic), the low-note decay was thunderous, the treble was brought up and the mids were upfront. Everything fell into place. We went fighting over the pair that night!

    They are now easily worth double of what i paid for them! It doesn 't trump $150 cans tbh like they say on head-fi, that 's pure exaggeration. I find it crazy when Malveaux says they outweigh HD650s.
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    The phones sounded much better after few days of just listening to Metallica. Didn't do any mods, ato kisu pari naa plus taka o nai.

    BTW @Hemlock bro How should I connect these to my PC? I know Idiotic question but um need to know. I connect these to the green port in the back and the speakers to the pink port. When listening to the hp I keep the pink port as line in and when I need the speakers, I just go to the audio manager and change it to front speakers. So is this okay? Oh and also which should be the safe volume level? For now its thirty and loudness equalization off, headphone virtualization on.

    I've been planing on opening a thread about it but was too lazy. And THANKS A LOT for making me buy these.

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    Guys, got my Panasonic HTF600, now burning it up...lets see what happens. Thanks to all the people who suggested me this hp

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    Quote Originally Posted by areek View Post
    Guys, got my Panasonic HTF600, now burning it up...lets see what happens. Thanks to all the people who suggested me this hp

    kotha theke kinso and Price koto Porse ?
    বাট রিমেমবার, জলিল নেভার ডাই, আর মরলেও ডাই এনাদার ডে।

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    Quote Originally Posted by izazul.haque View Post
    kotha theke kinso and Price koto Porse ?
    Amazon.co.uk er Fuad vai ke die anaisi, price about 5k porse.

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