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Buying Headphones

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I want to buy good headphones from Futureshop. I'm severely hard of hearing, so I'll need to take my hearing aids off(they'd whistle like crazy). My budget as of now is 40 dollars. I'm going to be sitting at home with headphones. Would this be a good pair of headphones for my needs :Headphones

Edited by Hamze, 05 October 2009 - 02:59 PM.

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Hi, I'd reccomend Sennheiser HD 228. They are a little more expensive, but you won't be dissapointed. Check them out. Whatever you do stay away from SkullCandy :)

The JVC's don't look bad though, but Sennheiser is pretty top notch when it comes to headphones.

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