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If you've got a set of headphones you like the sound of I would suggest looking at aftermarket earpads for them. Dekoni and brainwavz are two popular companies that make good quality ones (I'm sure there are plenty more) that fit lots of different models of headphones. Many cheaper headphones use lower quality materials (usually foam) and often not enough of it. More expensive headphones often use better materials, likely memory foam in good quantity, and these aftermarket pads are generally made to be more comfortable than them (though that is all subjective obviously).
One thing to note if you do look for new earpads, depending on the shape, size, and material it may change the sound signature, so make sure to read some reviews on the particular ones you look at.

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how is it compared with ATH-50BT?
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how is it compared with ATH-50BT?
Don't know about the 50BT but these are pretty good when I got them New for $100 from Fry's a while back. They sound pretty neutral and decent amount of bass and treble. These got pretty good feedback when they were for $65-$70 here:

https://slickdeals.net/e/14030321-refurb-audio-technica-ath-dsr7bt-wireless-bluetooth-headphones-69-free-s-h?v=1&src=SiteSearch

But, these are even less.
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I've never had a pair of headphones with comfortable enough Earpads, Most of the time they have great sound quality but why do they cheap out on comfort?
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I've never had a pair of headphones with comfortable enough Earpads, Most of the time they have great sound quality but why do they cheap out on comfort?
Might be a you problem. How much do you spend on headphones?
Sennheiser Momentum 2.0/HD1s are pretty comfortable, so I'd imagine the Momentum 3.0s are comfortable too. No deals at the moment on the 3.0s, and the HD1s had a fire-sale awhile ago (*was* a great deal Frown).
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Does this charge by USB-C or micro USB?
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Does this charge by USB-C or micro USB?
Micro USB
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These sound great as long as you get can get passed the hiss they have. Its barely audible during playback but if you have a more quiet song you'll hear it a bit. I had them for a year with no issues until my daughter dropped it under the sofa, pulled them up as one ear got caught under and snapped the hinge. I then used that as an excuse to upgrade to the DSR9BT for around $280 and the sound is significantly better. It sounds fuller, wider and there is no more hiss which adds to the clarity. For $60 these are great headphones as long you go in with studio monitor expectations and not looking for party / bassy / V shaped headphones. I own a pair of AT M50 headphones as well and these were more pleasant to hear. Less bass of course, but overall better sound quality.

The hiss is gone if you use them wired, but realistically its a pain to hook up the USB cable. I did get them to work on my Note 8 phone via USB C to USB A dongle off my phone and my headphones hooked that..but with all the wires and adapters for a slight increase in clarity just wasn't worth it and I just ended up using Bluetooth most of the time.
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Anyone know if these can be used wired ? They have a headphone jack?
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I've never had a pair of headphones with comfortable enough Earpads, Most of the time they have great sound quality but why do they cheap out on comfort?
If you've got a set of headphones you like the sound of I would suggest looking at aftermarket earpads for them. Dekoni and brainwavz are two popular companies that make good quality ones (I'm sure there are plenty more) that fit lots of different models of headphones. Many cheaper headphones use lower quality materials (usually foam) and often not enough of it. More expensive headphones often use better materials, likely memory foam in good quantity, and these aftermarket pads are generally made to be more comfortable than them (though that is all subjective obviously).
One thing to note if you do look for new earpads, depending on the shape, size, and material it may change the sound signature, so make sure to read some reviews on the particular ones you look at.
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If you've got a set of headphones you like the sound of I would suggest looking at aftermarket earpads for them. Dekoni and brainwavz are two popular companies that make good quality ones (I'm sure there are plenty more) that fit lots of different models of headphones. Many cheaper headphones use lower quality materials (usually foam) and often not enough of it. More expensive headphones often use better materials, likely memory foam in good quantity, and these aftermarket pads are generally made to be more comfortable than them (though that is all subjective obviously).
One thing to note if you do look for new earpads, depending on the shape, size, and material it may change the sound signature, so make sure to read some reviews on the particular ones you look at.

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Thanks and hard pass for micro USB. Seems a old inventory with micro USB being offloaded.
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I've never had a pair of headphones with comfortable enough Earpads, Most of the time they have great sound quality but why do they cheap out on comfort?
Try Bose?
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