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And that's precisely why I own my studios. Too much bass isn't a statement outside of this website. 
I have tried audophile headphones (m80, m100, cal, momentum, ath m50) and I still prefer my original studios. None of those have even remotely close bass quantity except for the m100 but it doesn't look that good. I legit prefer my studios and if they broke I would buy them (the 2013 version now obv) over the others. Everyone always says the bass overshadows everything but I can hear everything perfectly fine. I'm beginning to think no audiophile listens to rap/dubstep.
beats studios bass
I actually think the new studios are worse because of less bass. I still have yet to find a headphone with similar bass quantity and good looks for a lower price.
how are the she3580s?
The new ones are worse because of less bass
How would you rate the sound if it was in your iem thread?
 This isn't using the same compensation that speakers use (Do speakers even use a compensation?). It just emulates a flat loudspeaker in a headphone which is what artists record with.
Innerfidelity uses a weird compensation for their graphs. This is more accurate compared to a flat loudspeaker which is what artists use BTW the dip at 4.5khz is nullified by the time delay. http://rinchoi.blogspot.com/2013/08/sennheiser-momentum.html
Joker what would you suggest as an upgrade to the fx101 keeping similar bass response? Doesn't matter if it loses or keeps it's bright treble.
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