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  1. I have a budget of arounf 150 bucks to buy new speakers. i'll be using them predominantly for listening to music of various genre.i will also do some casual gaming with the speakers on. i have my eyes on these speakers below: http://www.edifier.com/us/en/speakers/studio-1280t-2.0-powered-bookshelf http://www.edifier.com/int/en/speakers/r1700bt-bluetooth-bookshelf the 1700 is e little costlier and i would like to know if its worth the extra 50 buckss. and NO bluetooth is not a requirement for me and i look purely for better audio quality." Thanks for your time.
  2. And here's the best of Edifier, in one sense anyway - though the H850 has a more classic neutral bass, both the H840 and H850 share an excellent midrange and treble. But should you prefer the warmer bass, say, half to 2/3 the strength of a v-moda M100, at 1/6 the price of the M100, here for your consideration is the H840: Edifier H840 Around-Ear Budget Audiophile Stereo Headphone review | Headphones Hangout Forum
  3. Here's a new one for me, low-cost (~$35 USD) but decent sound quality and build quality. The H840 review follows tomorrow. Edifier H750 On-Ear Stereo Headphone review | Headphones Hangout Forum
  4. Here is a very nice on-ear headphone that sells for $28 USD, in the U.S. It should be available world-wide. The downsides are 1) Very lightweight and plastic, with a possibly fragile non-detachable cable, and 2) A neutral-to-light bass response. All else is good to excellent. Edifier H650 On-Ear Portable Stereo Headphone review | Headphones Hangout Forum
  5. Here's a great surprise - although physically this Edifier H850 is well below the build quality of the B&W P7 and Bose QC25, the sound is as good or better than both I think. And the price range in the U.S. is $40 to $100 - well below the $400 price of the P7 and $300 price of the QC25. The downside is the minimal isolation - good enough I believe for most outdoor use, but not good enough for most audiophiles to use in a public library etc. Edifier H850 Around-Ear Stereo Headphone review
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