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  1. Either will do well on your laptop. The differing impedances are not a problem. Both have frequency responses which are better than the average human ear can perceive. As for sensitivity, if the sound is too quiet you just...

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 24/02/2017

  2. ...-M50-Headphones-ear-cup/dp/B000ULAP4U/ref=dp_cp_ob_ce_title_0 Good recommendations: http://www.head-fi.org/t/433318...

    6 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 15/05/2012

  3. I would probably buy the Shure or the Sennheiser. But I would listen to them first. I'd also check out the Grado SR80i, if you're ok with an open-backed headphone.

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 05/03/2012

  4. Those look like very good choices for the style of music you prefer. The Sony MDR-V6 sound a bit cleaner, but they can be a bit lean in the bass for Hip-hop. BUT, if you plan on doing any listening from an mp3 player or other portable...

    4 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 03/03/2012

  5. Skull candy phones sound terrible for the price - you're just paying for the flashy logos really. You can't go wrong with Sony's Professional Studio Headphones.

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 05/01/2011

  6. Seether - "Fake It" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sep27sMmG-0&ob=av2e :)

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 28/08/2010

  7. The best current analog? That's a tough one. All of my analogs tend to be older ones in spite of (because of?) their instability. And if you ever get the chance to check out a Polivoks, it's an awesome mono/duo synth...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 30/05/2009

  8. ... owned by engineers that leased them to studios complete with a trained operator. Your second question on ...

    5 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 17/01/2009

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