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Originally priced at just $30, the KSC35 has been brought back into production at a new price point after being discontinued in 2005.

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Despite Prodipe’s attempts too market the Pro 800 as a studio monitor, the thick and slightly colored sound of the headphones is undoubtedly far less suited for monitoring applications than mid-range sets from big name manufacturers such as Denon, Audio-Technica, and Ultrasone.

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The Koss UR55 is a comfortable, reasonably-well built mid-level headphone. The sound is forward and detailed, offering good overall balance and surprisingly decent instrument separation.

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The design of the 770LP is definitely refreshing but this fashion-forward headphone falls flat on the sound quality front, with the utter lack of sonic clarity presenting the biggest issue.

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As advertised, the monochromatic Coloud Colors headphones certainly do stand out visually in a field of (mostly) black, gray, and white sets from competing brands. However, the company also makes claims to functionality and value.

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If the construction quality and choice of materials deliver a heavy blow to the Pioneer SE-MJ71, the audio quality makes sure that the headphones stay down for the count.

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Sony’s style-focused portable is a cheap headphone done right – simple in construction, inoffensive in sound signature, lightweight, and comfortable.

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The Astrotec AS-100HD is a consumer-friendly portable headphone that manages to provide a warm sound signature with surprisingly powerful bass.

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The Astrotec AS-200HD encounters fierce competition from other closed-back sets and doesn’t have much going for it aside from startlingly strong bass.

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Even though I prefer the sound of the modified KSC75, for the average listener the price tag and time investment of the mods has dubious value.

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