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The headphones I currently use right now have good quality, but somehow manage to hurt my ears and I have to move them about a bit far too often. Can anyone who uses headphones recommend a pair that are comfortable? I would prefer wireless but I've heard using wireless headphones with a TV can be a bit confusing, so wired is just as good.

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Steelseries Siberia V2. Look no further. Best headphones I've ever used.

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They also come in black.

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Seriously not everything needs to be lumped in general chat, this type of discussion is more for Tech / PC Chat.

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In ear or out-of-ear?

 

My personal favourites are Shure SE315 in-ear jobbies, but if you want over-ear types you can't go far wrong with a set of Shure SRH840 Pros. Neither are cheap, but you get what you pay for with headphones.

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The headphones I currently use right now have good quality, but somehow manage to hurt my ears and I have to move them about a bit far too often.

Annoying as f*ck eh?

I've got Trust GXT 10 which are high quality with good bass, but they hurt after more than 2 hours or so confused.gif

It was cheap though, only €15. Or is that expensive for headphones which hurt? turn.gif

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http://www.bose.com/controller?url=/shop_o...ort_3/index.jsp

 

They are Bose headphone they do not go over your ear, they sit on them, they are extreme;ly comfortable do not move around you dont even notice them) and have fantastic noise cancelling and sound, and they use rechargable lithium ion batteries. they are my personal favourites, i think they sound better than beats. If you know of a bose store or a retailer that sells them go try them on, you will fall in love.

 

 

I went to the extra effort to find the american page for you as well smile.gif.

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My headphones of choice are the V-Moda Crossfade LPs.

 

They are incredibly comfortable even for several-hour long sessions. Their sound quality blows anything else I've ever heard out of the water. The only quibble I have with them is they have a bit too much bass. Reducing bass a notch or two on an EQ evens them out and they sound phenomenal.

 

If you want in-ears, these Sonys have been very good to me. I've used them every day, even at work, for more than two years and are still functioning perfectly. They are comfortable, as well.

 

If you have a medium or larger head, I'd steer clear of the Sennheiser 202's. I used to have them and they were extremely tight even after using them for a month. I gave up and returned them.

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