Stereo headphones

#1
Nimenunua hii kitu ya Sony. Iko poa sana. Kwa musiki nasikia Niko live performance. Rythm guitar iko left ear, bass guitar na drums ziko katikati na solo guitar iko right. Vocalists wako hapa mbele na mike's. Wachana na hizi earphones za kuharibu masikio
 
#8
Subsaharan anabuy earphone ..it suddenly becomes a global issue ..so he publishes it in the world wide web for the world ..the world guys ..the world to discuss, examine, digest

The desert is in the Sahara.. but the mental one is in the sub sahara
 
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Tom Bayeye

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#15
No way. Jaribu hizi. It will change your hearing experience.

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These have become such a tad bit mundane and a cliché to boot. Overpriced ,too rickety. There are other cheaper yet they have better quality sound
Audio Technica ATH-M50X
Bose SoundTrue On-Ear
Jabra Elite 85H

If expensive is your forte i might suggest the AUDEZE LCD2C or the Meze range of wood finish headphones. As the saying goes ,go big or go to a place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household.
 

mgenje

Senior Villager
#20
These have become such a tad bit mundane and a cliché to boot. Overpriced ,too rickety. There are other cheaper yet they have better quality sound
Audio Technica ATH-M50X
Bose SoundTrue On-Ear
Jabra Elite 85H

If expensive is your forte i might suggest the AUDEZE LCD2C or the Meze range of wood finish headphones. As the saying goes ,go big or go to a place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household.
The M50X is overhyped. The cheaper M40X is better, but has build quality issues. I find Audeze and Meze and basically most planar magnetic headphones too bright for my ears. Sennheiser HD600 / 650 / 6XX is the most I can spend.
I am currently using the AKG K371 and it's the best value for money IMO.
 

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