Still using the Nu Force NE-700X's for about a week now almost. I'm absolutely loving these for $52. The biggest gripe about them with most users is that the aluminum chassis makes them a bit heavy, but personally I used the iBeats and the iBeats were heavier than these. So coming from those these don't feel heavy at all to me. They sound awesome for $52 and I have no gripes about them at all.
I'm satisified with them right now and they've not even been burned in yet.
Decided to sell my HD600 and quit this audiophile game. If you think better sounding headphones give you a better listening experience, think again.
Sound is a lot like art. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. What someone else hears you're not going to hear. You have to search for what works for you. Right now I'm in a phase where I like In-Ear-Monitors. Headphones are just too clunky for me right now. Right now the Nu Force NE-700Xs are a god send for me and they're only $50-$60 and they sound better than a lot of $100+ IEMs.
well...I'm actually in a dillema here...I can get the Sol Republic HD for $130 (w/o tax) and Beats Solo HD for also $135 (w/o tax) because I have a 20% discount at Target + I have a $25 gift card for Target. So...same price which one's better? Hearing Sol Republics are better. Basically I can get $65 off of Beats and nothing off of Sols.
Last edited by Raj Da Dodge : 09-20-2012 at 01:41 PM.
Correct that's what I'm hearing. They're only made to be Apple compatible from what I've read. So if you have a an Android phone the controls won't work.
damn. what'd u think I should get in your opinion? I posted how much I can get both for at Best Buy and Target. Also I don't really listen to music on my phone except for pandora if my ipod is dead. Best thing I can do is just go try on both at best buy then make my decision I guess.