Samson SR850, the best sounding headphone under 5000 rupees. Huge 50mm drivers. Neutral & airy sound.
Mint condition. Modded to remove harsh treble. Upgraded comfy velour earpads.
Price - 2000rs shipped. New one retails at 3500/-.
1. *Model number and details: Samson SR850
2. *Date of...
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