OK I did some google search but it seems I have to ask here just in case somebody have same experience.
I got myself a few VOX AP2AC amPlug 2
I love it . I know it is all for practice and many might now care but I do. The sound coming into my ear is still important and the headphone nees to be comfortable enough so I can practice for a long time.
I have Sony monitoring headphone MDR 7506 but I do not like the sound coming in and it has a long cable
I have my iPhone and android phone default earphones and tried a few cheaper ones but I hate them all.
Any body can recommend me a headphone that does not break the bank and I can use it for my guitar , electric guitar connect it to this little cute amplug 2
detachable cable headphone . Can I get a good headphone for this purpose around 50 us dollars or so?
The trouble is you haven’t really explained what it is about the sound you’re getting from your current headphones that you hate. We probably all have headsets we like but perhaps they wouldn’t have a sound you like either.
For example, I use a set of OneOdio studio monitor headphones which cost me all of £25… presumably a lot cheaper than your Sonys. They fold up to a nice size, come with a bag, have a detachable cable so I can vary the length to whatever I need, are padded and comfortable so I can use them for hours on end, and I’m perfectly happy with the sound quality… for both guitar and general use. So in my view, yes there are budget headsets which are excellent for the purpose you describe.
But whether you would be as happy with them is a different matter…
Yes I have heard about those phones and I read some feedback , there were mixed comments some did not like it some did but I know unless have to spend a lot of money I won’t get what I want so I am going to get these
Same brand, but I have a different model. The earphones are more oval than round. Everything else looks similar though… removable cable, dual listening, etc. Here’s the ones I have… though the UK price has gone up somewhat (surprise) since I bought them: