What do you mean by using the headphones for entertaining? You mean just listening? And why would they sound different when using them for working? I think you need to be a little more clear about this. Also need a budget and what you intend to use for power. Some headphones need a lot of power and a good headphone amp to sound their best.
I got these for my wife for working at home, but they’re also pretty good for audio listening as well and she is very happy with them...
If you want high fidelity then Focal… don’t know what your price range is. They are easy to drive and very accurate. I have Focal Utopia and a very high quality DAP. But less expensive are good as well. To power from really low power Ultrasone Edition 9 are great. I used them at work and powered by nothing but an iPhone for years.
If your in a noise environment and need noice cancelling the Bose QuietComfort are not accurate but sound very pleasing and are really comfortable. I can attest to hundreds of hours on airplanes.
Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro. The best professional over-ear headphones. ...
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One key question is what source electronics. I recommended Focal because they are easy to drive. If they are multipurpose I assumed you would have different inputs. Headphones like Beyerdynamic and Sennheiser (I have both and love them, are hard to drive). Focal and Ultrasonde can be driven by many different sources. UltraSonde Edition can be driven by an iPhone, most cannot. Of course they sound better with better inputs and power. The application is critical to get the most out of them.
Thanks to twin microphones that stream forward and backward, the WH-CH710N headphones record more ambient sounds than ever before. Whether you're trying to block out city traffic or workplace chatter, you'll be able to completely immerse yourself in whatever you're listening to.