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thanks for the input, and no i really needed an answer quickly. So i would appreciate if you would mind your own business and not be so concerned with mine. Also I am not posting multiple identical threads, they include the same items, but I am trying to get different information out of each post.
Thankyou, I think I will do that!
Next time please don't comment on my thread just because you have nothing else to do.   Just mind your own business and comment on other peoples threads, instead of annoying someone who is reposting something because he obviously needs a quick answer. http://narcissistsblog.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/*********.jpg   Thanks,
Well I am comparing the m-100's to the LP/LP2's which are both over the ear. Im acring as if the M-100's are an upgrade of the LP2's even though they aren't.
On V-Moda's website, they are already out? but they are $310.00 are they worth it? the Crossfade LP and LP2's are only $199.00. Also do you know the MAJOR differences between the LP/LP2 and the m-100
    ATH M50 are not good. The bass is not anything special, and they get really uncomfortable after a while. It starts to feel tight and you feel like it is clamping onto your head. What I recommend is looking at the Sennheiser line. They are very well made headphones. I recommend the Sennheiser HD 558 ($179.00). Here is a link:   http://www.sennheiserusa.com/around-ear-headphones-acoustic_504631   Or you can look at Ultrasone. They are also well made. I would recommend...
I was wondering if someone had knowledge on which brand of headphones were best for listening to all types of music. I listen to stuff like Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, Porter Robinson, B.o.B., Wiz Khalifa, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, ACDC, Asking Alexandria, The Devil Wears Prada....literally everything   WHAT I WANT TO KNOW: which brand of headphones would give me really good bass ( like beats - exaggerated bass) but also has good acoustics and...
ATH M50 are not good. The bass is not anything special, and they get really uncomfortable after a while. It starts to feel tight and you feel like it is clamping onto your head. What I recommend is looking at the Sennheiser line. They are very well made headphones. I recommend the Sennheiser HD 558 ($179.00). Here is a link:   http://www.sennheiserusa.com/around-ear-headphones-acoustic_504631   Or you can look at Ultrasone. They are also well made. I would recommend...
I really do not think you can find any good quality headphones for $50..but a very reliable brand is Sennheiser. I have a huge head and these cans are so comfortable, it doesnt feel too tight and also it is adjustable. But for $50, the Sennheiser HD 419's are pretty good. Heres a Link:   http://www.sennheiserusa.com/around-ear-headphones-portables-hd-419-mid-size_504173   check out the 429's as well, theyre $80
FIRST QUESTION: I own Sennheiser HD 439's, I am a bass junky, and listen mostly to dubstep and remixes of songs, should I buy the FIIO e11 amp with L9 LOD? or are the headphones listed in the title better?   SECOND QUESTION: Which of the headphones in my title are best for listening to heavy bass music?     OVER THE EAR CLOSED BACK HEADPHONES ONLY   Budget 100>300   comfortable, durable and attractive? ( nothing too bulky...ill be using these in public)
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