Nope. Disagree. Bose is not trash. We have several Bose products that sound GREAT. I did the Google search but it does not change my opinion. IMO, I would recommend Bose for the most part.RandomDeadHead said:Sorry to burst anybodys bubble but, bose is trash. Just a name with a huge markiting budget, and a world full of suckers to prey on. It's all smoke and mirrors. Google this "bose is trash", don't take my word for it.
But for a good set of cheap cans go here.
These guys are pros and not afrade to bash the very same products they sell, they also offer price matching.
Is that really good business? What's the point of selling something if they're just going to bash it? Just doesn't make sense to me.These guys are pros and not afrade to bash the very same products they sell, they also offer price matching.
I'd second the 7506's. Another benefit for field audio is that they fold down to be quite a compact package.pepeleuepe said:The Sony MDR-7506's can be found in nearly every studio around the world. .... If you want a ~$100 set of studio monitor headphones, then these are a good choice.
Yeah. Convincing people the Bose suck so they can sell more expensive headphones with a higher margin is certainly bad business...tech4all said:Is that really good business? What's the point of selling something if they're just going to bash it? Just doesn't make sense to me.
...this is why you DON'T want to go to head-fi.orgjohnnowak said:The Sony's are ****. Get the AKGs. You will NOT be disappointed.
This post is pointless. The guy asked for suggestions. I have a pair of Bose Triports, and I love them. I would think that after owning them for 2 years after several sets of sonys I would know what I am talking about. Please post something constructive instead of just bashing. ~Joshjohnnowak said:Ah, and anyone who knows what they're talking about will say the same thing:
Bose is trash. Undeniably.