As soon as I saw the Exodus headphones I wanted them, and now that I’ve heard them – well, I’m just jammin’ till the jam is through. House of Marley is a new brand set up by Bob Marley’s family, and it’s kicking off with an extensive collection of headphones ranging from the £20 in-ear Smile Jamaica set, up to the £250 noise- …
"guitar thrash of Chemical Romance."
They cost £!00.
Get a decent pair of Sennheisers, where £250 gets you a set as used by sound engineers who do this for a living, and then you're not throwing dead money at some wasters cashing in on a namecheck. (Beats by Dre my airy harse...)
I'm fully behind you with "(Beats by Dre my airy harse...)"
My son has got some trendy headphones with battery boosted "sub's" and to my ears they are awful.
But, he doesn't listen to music - and I'm not about to go off on a "in my day it was real music" rant. He normally listens to 15 seconds at most, he's just listening to loops and sound effects, like watching an American action film, just explosions and nothing else.
Sennheiser HD650 FTW :-)
Coming soon the new James Dean Porsche tuning kit produced by Dean's grandkids.
AKG 240s here :)
AKG K710 here, and no, much as I love my cans, I wouldn't walk out into the street with them. I'd look like Princess Leia.
Cyberman? Not to worry.
If your neighborhood is anything like mine, you wouldn't be wearing them very long anyway.
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