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post #16 of 22
x2 on Hippy VBs though I was not so thrilled with their highs. My Cyclone PR2s have also awesome deep bass and to my ear better highs than the VBs, but other members had build quality issues with these.
post #17 of 22
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Originally Posted by james444 View Post
x2 on Hippy VBs though I was not so thrilled with their highs. My Cyclone PR2s have also awesome deep bass and to my ear better highs than the VBs, but other members had build quality issues with these.
What about the Panasonic HJE900? Seems they have great bass too. (Yea they are $109 so a bit above the range, but not much!).
post #18 of 22
IMO the HJE900 are a step above overall, but strictly speaking of bass the VBs go deeper while the Panas have more emphasis on mid-bass.
post #19 of 22
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IMO the HJE900 are a step above overall, but strictly speaking of bass the VBs go deeper while the Panas have more emphasis on mid-bass.
Thanks for the info, that seems to be what I've read after looking into it a bit more; now ending my brief thread hijack!
post #20 of 22
I enjoy the strong, clear bass on this combination:

Klipsch Image S4i IEM with Comply Tx-100 eartips
post #21 of 22
Bump
I didn't want to start my own thread as all of my preferences seem to match rev's
post #22 of 22
Way down from the $100 limit at only $21 is the MEElectronics M9. For the price, it has a great SQ and the bass is huge, and not quite a boomy or over-reaching as I remember the Klipsch S4 being (that was 2-3 months ago that I had the S4). The M9 needs 50-60 hours to settle and tame/smooth the highs a bit, but for the price they make great gym/beater phones -- and may even do well enough as your main phone.
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