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    Default new full sized headphones

    i am looking for new headphones. my shure srh440 were stolen and i was in love with them. i'd buy the same ones but maybe somebody has a suggestion for better ones.
    i am willing to pay up to 90...if it is a good offer maybe 100.

    the sound should be more natural and i am not looking into bass-headphones. i really loved the clean sound of the shure's.
    the size shouldn't be also bigger...

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    Welcome to Club Polk!

    That's about the $100 U.S. price range. H-phones in that range that are talked about include: Sennheiser HD280, Shure SRH440, KRK 6400, Sony MDR V6/7506, Jaycar Digitech ProMonitors (which are also the Brainwavz HM5, and the Fischer 003s). Personally, I haven't heard all of these but the Sony's and Digitechs are pretty flat in response as are the Shures. Of course, you've heard the Shures. I am not certain if you would like any of the others above better without hearing them. The Sonys would have a little more bass that most of the others above!

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    If you liked your previous headphones, get them again!

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    The Audio Technica ATH-M50's are right in your price range. Very neutral & natural sounding with solid but not bloated bass.

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    Thx for your reccomendations, I would got my previous headphone

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    I recently bought a headphone,feel very good,Beat by dr der , you can refer to http://www.drdreheadphone.co.uk/

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    Sony MDR-V6 or 7506
    Less than 100 bucks and very nice.

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    You should note that headset sound quality!

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