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    Default And so it BEGINS!!!

    i have destroyed my first pair of headphones for the year

    are there any pair of headphones that are indestructable lol. i guess the cold weather froze the plastic (-30) and it simply cracked under pressure. hopefully i can get the band fix.

    what is your turn over rate for headphones... how long do they last you

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    what kind were they??

    and yes the Pioneer HDJ 2000's yeah they're expensive but worth it.

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    shure srh440a... perviously pioneer hdj 500's lol they get worn up to 16 hours daily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 031999 View Post
    the Pioneer HDJ 2000's yeah they're expensive but worth it.
    Agreed
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    Funny enough, I leave my old headphones that go around the back of your head for the gym in the car every night. Those champs still work perfectly, old cruddy things never die!
    On a side note, when is this awful Ontario cold spell gonna end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 031999 View Post
    and yes the Pioneer HDJ 2000's yeah they're expensive but worth it.
    eh. the plastic on the headband is pretty flimsy. broke on me late last year after minor use.
    Last edited by Era 7; 01-22-2014 at 02:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JZed View Post
    Funny enough, I leave my old headphones that go around the back of your head for the gym in the car every night. Those champs still work perfectly, old cruddy things never die!
    On a side note, when is this awful Ontario cold spell gonna end?
    lol maybe i can sew the ontario government because such cold weather caused this problem haha...

    I have actually gotten used to the fact that i have to replace my cans every 6 months, no matter how much i hate doing so

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    V Moda LP, cheap and they are built very well. Not to mention they sound great.

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    I haven't had mine very long and I take good care of them, but I know of others here that have had theirs forever and claim they're bombproof: Sony MDR-7506's

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImNotDedYet View Post
    I haven't had mine very long and I take good care of them, but I know of others here that have had theirs forever and claim they're bombproof: Sony MDR-7506's
    I have a pair of those too, and oh many how lovely they sound. Also do not break the bank either.

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