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Best in ear headphone for under $50.(Basshead)

post #1 of 25
Thread Starter 
So really the thread says it all.I want the headphone that are going to have the best bass.I have tried both the JVC marshmallows and the Creative ep630.The bass of the creative is much better.But i want to know is there anything better than the ep630 for under $50?Oh and i also liked the SQ of the ep630 ok.They arent nearly as good as the ksc75 but its not terrible either.Any and all answers are welcomed.
post #2 of 25
I haven't heard the ep630's..but my HA-FX66's are great. They have better, cleaner, deeper bass than the HA-FX33's (Marshmallows).

You could also lookup Crossroads MylarOne XB's, I think they're $65 from Jaben Network
post #3 of 25
Sony MDR-EX90LP in my opinion. LOTS of bass. Isn't muddy either.
post #4 of 25
The Ultimate Ears Metro.fi 2's are a great entry level IEM. The bass goes deep and is really strong (even without EQ). The sound much beter then the marshamllows IMHO. The are extremely solid and relatively small. The cheapest I have found them is on Amazon $49.99.

UE Metro.fi 2
post #5 of 25
Thread Starter 
Ok i will have to check all those out.Thanks for the replies.Now if anyone else has some suggestions then please post.
post #6 of 25
I think the ExtremeMac FS1's are the best for bass heavy music. I got mine for 50 bucks with shipping on amazon about a month ago.
post #7 of 25
JBL Reference 220s are pretty bassy.
post #8 of 25
I have Philips 8700 as second IEMs, bought them to replace shure e2c when these can be not too practical to be used. These are very cheap (paid 20 euros or 25 usd) and not bad out of the box for the price but I was surprised how good these small cans can sound when I used the silicon tips from my E2c. I had never tought that tips could make such a huge difference!
post #9 of 25
At that price oint, I would suggest the cx300's. Good bass, best in the price range. Good full involving sound, good issolation, easy fit....
post #10 of 25
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Milner View Post
At that price oint, I would suggest the cx300's. Good bass, best in the price range. Good full involving sound, good issolation, easy fit....
Thats the first iems that i looked at.But i have read to many peoples post about how they sound just like the creative ep650.So i am kinda hesitant on getting them.I might end up getting the JBL 220 just for the heck of it.Even if the bass is the same but the sound is maybe clearer then that wouldnt be the worse thing.
post #11 of 25
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Originally Posted by vulc4n View Post
JBL Reference 220s are pretty bassy.
that's what i'd get if I were shopping in that price range. I plan on getting a couple pairs once i get back from vacation to give as late christmas gifts.
post #12 of 25
If you like quality bassheavy IEMs then Super-Fi 5EB are the best(subwoofer feelin') and maybe you can get in this price range.
post #13 of 25
I replaced the standard earphones with the EP-630 on my iPod and it was so much better. I can really hear the details and the bass was more pronounced then with the standard 'phones that Apple provided.

I'm frugal, so the EP-630 remains my choice until some kind soul will get me another pair.
post #14 of 25
i prefer cx300~sounds great~
post #15 of 25
the super-fi 5 EB are really, really nice - but ull find hard pressed to find these double driver hotties for less than 100$.
I suggest the V-Moda Bass Freqs - loadsa bass and come in 10 or so different colors.
Ull get them for 30-40$.
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