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  1. And here's the best of Edifier, in one sense anyway - though the H850 has a more classic neutral bass, both the H840 and H850 share an excellent midrange and treble. But should you prefer the warmer bass, say, half to 2/3 the strength of a v-moda M100, at 1/6 the price of the M100, here for your consideration is the H840: http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/community/threads/edifier-h840-around-ear-budget-audiophile-stereo-headphone-review.4332/
  2. Here's a new one for me, low-cost (~$35 USD) but decent sound quality and build quality. The H840 review follows tomorrow. http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/community/threads/edifier-h750-on-ear-stereo-headphone-review.4331/
  3. Here is a very nice on-ear headphone that sells for $28 USD, in the U.S. It should be available world-wide. The downsides are 1) Very lightweight and plastic, with a possibly fragile non-detachable cable, and 2) A neutral-to-light bass response. All else is good to excellent. http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/community/threads/edifier-h650-on-ear-portable-stereo-headphone-review.4328/
  4. Here's a great surprise - although physically this Edifier H850 is well below the build quality of the B&W P7 and Bose QC25, the sound is as good or better than both I think. And the price range in the U.S. is $40 to $100 - well below the $400 price of the P7 and $300 price of the QC25. The downside is the minimal isolation - good enough I believe for most outdoor use, but not good enough for most audiophiles to use in a public library etc. http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=4230
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