Re: How do you listen to music? Speakers, headphones, which types, etc.
Reply #92 – 2018-07-20 09:21:10
At home = Speakers (i.e. Klipsch Pro-Media (for the PC)) On the go = Headphones (i.e. Sony MDR-NC7) that's pretty much it that I use on a semi-regular basis and have for many years now as I had those headphones since very late 2009 or early 2010 and those Klipsch speakers I have had since about 2003 or so. if those Klipsch speakers ever die ill probably eventually re-buy them as they currently sell for $150 on Amazon. those are the overall best speakers I got and I feel they would be difficult to top especially for the price range. NOTE: the Klipsch speakers I have are actually a 4.1 setup but I am pretty much using the same setup as the 2.1 for $150 on Amazon for years now as I have not used the 4.1 setup in many years. but from the looks of things on Amazon, it appears your cheap-ish pair of headphones (say about $30 tops) is about as good as your going to get for headphones unless you start spending hundreds of dollars on them which is simply too much $$$ for me as I can't see a pair of $200-300 or so range headphones being a significant enough of a difference to justify the extreme cost difference vs your $30 range headphones. basically it's pretty much about bang-for-the-buck. like it would be hard for me to justify spending a boatload of $$$ on headphones unless your REALLY into music or you got some sort of job tied to it etc. who knows, maybe there is a bigger difference than I think there is from your typical $30 range headphones to your $200-300 range. but even if there is, I can't see myself liking them enough to actually go out and shell out $200-300 as I could maybe see $50-100 but that's about the high end for headphones in my mind. p.s. I don't like ear-buds that physically sit inside of your ear.