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Re: Headphones for diaboloing
« Reply #20 on: December 12, 2009, 09:32:46 pm »
KSC75 although i do think on some moves the portapro sits better and moves less ,well ultimate fit with a stupid headband.  If you dont need fullsize phones or in-ears,give these Koss a go!

Seldomly AKG K271S

Tried K340's and some other big phones but not outside
Anything too big wont be of much use in my eyes anyway.

Dont go for Skullcandy phones unless you just want to get rid of your money,theres better and cheaper!

Wis

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Re: Headphones for diaboloing
« Reply #21 on: July 12, 2011, 01:57:48 pm »
Sorry for popping this up. I think it makes no sense to create a new topic and this one is not very messed up.
Has anybody tried these Sennheiser PX 100 and can say how good do they stick to your head?
http://www.goodcans.com/HeadphoneReviews/porta.htm
I have been diaboloing with Portapros and I loved them. They stick to my head pretty good, in the end they got broken and I have lost my ticket so I cannot use the life warranty. Researching I have foundSennheiser PX 100 which seem to have similar quality and maybe they can be carried more easily. I am worried about how they might stay on position when doing body combos.
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Mark BMC

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Re: Headphones for diaboloing
« Reply #22 on: July 13, 2011, 09:11:37 am »
I have a set of http://shop.wesc.com/category/headphones They are cheap and cheerful with decent sound. they survive everything but quick 360's so fine for my 3D and 2D but struggle with 1D and 2 high, I find them at the same time abit tight but I have a massive ego.

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Marky Jay who put his mp3 player on top of his car before driving off and has been musicless ever since, people in dorset dont need hand outs but if anybody has an old ipod going that would be super.