I posted many moons ago about trying to find a new pair of headphones, however, life being the way it is, prevented me from really buying anything for a long time (plus, it's been a while, time for a new thread). They certainly aren't audiophile quality, but my Skullcandy HESH 2s have been an absolute workhorse for nearly the past five years. However, hundreds of days of school, hundreds of hours of car trips, and just as much use at home have caused the earpads to have their vinyl material flake away and now, the headphones have now decided to make a loud creaking noise whenever you move them around, and have been slowly losing their tight bass over time, but a quick fix from an EQ fixes that. Any suggestions for headphones that are around $200? I need some headphones with overall great frequency response, with a tiny bit more emphasis on bass and midrange, and a large soundstage, but with noise isolation or cancellation (as I'm usually in a louder environment than what most people would listen to music in).