Choose headphones for work


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The task is to provide the good sound that won't blow up a Mosk.

Source — Technics RP-DJ1210 + built-in sound card.
I have these headphones for many years, and finally they got me quite sick — too tight on the ears and annoying your head.
Also they are not the best top, and, as a result, the volumetric pattern of the sound.

I would like to replace the large headphones, such as my old Koss UR21, which frankly, do not have the normal bass, and I killed them already live.
But on a head sit very conveniently.

Step number two — the problem of the onboard sound card.
I'm here, frankly, is a complete ignoramus. But I know that if you pull up in a home headphone amp, the sound becomes amazing.

The idea was to just buy a usb Creative , but ixbt says that it is complete garbage, and if you take some M-AUDIO/ E-MU or even better chegonit more serious.

In General prompt people kind what to choose and why.
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Join Sinha 5** albumuri very deep and the ear not pressed at all.
as for open designs — take care of yourself, don't listen that loud.
about the external card advise Chinese crafts Musiland monitor on audiophile forums are full of positive reviews and the price is in the area of 70-90 dollars.
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In my laptop bag — Koss Porta Pro. Just in case. They are already 4 years: rewired wire, one young lady knitted ear cushions to replace worn out foam... But they WORK! And give very good sound, with smooth fairly smooth quartermaster. Cons — not a very good mount phones to the arc and did begin to put pressure on the ears after 7-8 hours of listening.
And about zvukovoy — Creative Audigy 2 — pretty good. More expensive makes no sense to take, if you are going to do sound recording and sound processing, IMHO.
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I have to work KOSS SB/49, a very good sound, good soundproofing, very conveniently sit on a head, not pushing (at least on mine)
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About sound card — it all depends on which audio format you will use most often. If you prefer flaca or other lossless format 24/96, then of course, you should think about buying a prosumer card, and if it is a mp3 (in my opinion) would be enough and cheaper cards from Creative. And yet — try to take equipment from one price class — i.e. it is not necessary to take the headphones for 1500$, and the map for$ 50, etc.
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I have sennheiser hd555 — you can sit for a week and the ears do not press down. Such is the design successful. While sitting on your head very tight, they even jump rope.
Bass without ucilka not really, but it also depends on the music. In the summer without air conditioning the ears hot, is also an important nuance.
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For the price this is the best solution on the market, but if expensive you can look towards the younger models with the same design.
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From the built-in sound normal, but certainly better to buy at least some usb card.
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Suggest Sennheiser HD 280 PRO, it's just a great headphone. I use them for many years, and to change them only makes sense on something level HD650. Only complaint to them is that they reap, but by the experience of usage I can say that they do it only after 4 hours of continuous listening.
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I was quite happy with my in-ear headphones from the player. The bass, by the way, good players they are bad, but if you connect to the music. center good they are.
Constantly on hand :)
ps. The question rating +1, one favorites and it was written October 11 at 11:11 0_o
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