Headphones under 300$, good bass, noise isolation

ProcrastZkc

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Hi guys,
I'm looking for a pair of headphones with good basd and active noise isolation.
I am currently using Beats Studio (Old version, silver) and would like to change a bit. The shape of the beats fit weirdly on my head, which is more "squared" than perfectly round. Confort will matter a lot.
In other words, I'm looking for some headphones with similar performance with my studios, but which has another shape (one similar to the redesigned studios, which fit perfectly, but I want to change).

Thanks a lot!

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usbgtx550

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I would recommend for you to go browse the headfi forums. They are a headphone audio forum and their users will probably be much more knowledgeable on this topic. Roommate had a pair of dt 770's for awhile and those were a really nice pair of cans with solid bass response. I also believe the Mr. Speaker Mad Dog's are pretty good. Unfortunately, I have a preference towards open headphones so I'm a bit more knowledgeable in that area.

Also, allot of hifi headphones may require amping to perform optimally so that would be something else to look into.

edit: Ok, got some recommendations from my roommate. Here's what you should look at.
Vmoda crossfade lp2 (noise cancellation)
Logitech ue 9000 (wireless)
Vmoda crossfade m100 (noise isolation)
 

usbgtx550

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I would recommend for you to go browse the headfi forums. They are a headphone audio forum and their users will probably be much more knowledgeable on this topic. Roommate had a pair of dt 770's for awhile and those were a really nice pair of cans with solid bass response. I also believe the Mr. Speaker Mad Dog's are pretty good. Unfortunately, I have a preference towards open headphones so I'm a bit more knowledgeable in that area.

Also, allot of hifi headphones may require amping to perform optimally so that would be something else to look into.

edit: Ok, got some recommendations from my roommate. Here's what you should look at.
Vmoda crossfade lp2 (noise cancellation)
Logitech ue 9000 (wireless)
Vmoda crossfade m100 (noise isolation)
 
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