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One of the best IEM with deep bass and good sq

post #1 of 30
Thread Starter 

I need a deep and good bass like to put a subwoofer on the head and pure overall sq ( treble, mids ). I don't have much cash now so i want the price as much lower that it possible to get bass & pure sq from the IEM. I listening to hip-hop, rap, pop and electronic.

 

For now i found these:

 

 

Hippo VB
denon c710
denon C751
ATH CKS70
MT pro gold
JVC FX500
Klipsch s4
Klipsch custom 3
Head direct re0
Head-Direct RE2
Soundmagic PL50
Cyclone PR1 Pro
ViSang R02 / R03

 

post #2 of 30

Fischer Eterna


Edited by mvw2 - 5/21/10 at 4:18am
post #3 of 30

Metro.Fi 170. $40. Subwoofer bass. Clear highs and mids. Excellent for hip hop, rap, pop and electronica.

post #4 of 30

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Originally Posted by Akella View Post

Hippo VB
denon c710
denon C751
ATH CKS70
MT pro gold
JVC FX500
Klipsch s4
Klipsch custom 3
Head direct re0
Head-Direct RE2
Soundmagic PL50
Cyclone PR1 Pro
ViSang R02 / R03

 

How did the RE2 get on that list? It doesn't even extend to 35Hz. In that lowest price range I would recommend the Meelec M9. For under $60 I'd recommend the RadioPaq Jazz. Above that I'm sure others can come up with better recommendations. I can say that the ones I've tried off of that list - the RE0/RE2, PL50, PR1 Pro, R02/R03, S4, and Custom 3 - are not what you're looking for. The regular Turbines (non-Pro) belong on that list, along with the FutureSonics Atrios and Rockford/Fosgate Punch Plugs. 


Edited by ljokerl - 5/21/10 at 4:43am
post #5 of 30

Will echo that sentiment -- the S4 and Custom 3 are not "subterranean" enough to satisfy the criteria. Vanilla Turbine is definitely a go here. Don't limit yourself to the Pro Gold edition -- the Vanilla Turbine is plenty subterranean.

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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

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Originally Posted by Akella View Post

Hippo VB
denon c710
denon C751
ATH CKS70
MT pro gold
JVC FX500
Klipsch s4
Klipsch custom 3
Head direct re0
Head-Direct RE2
Soundmagic PL50
Cyclone PR1 Pro
ViSang R02 / R03

 

How did the RE2 get on that list? It doesn't even extend to 35Hz. In that lowest price range I would recommend the Meelec M9. For under $60 I'd recommend the RadioPaq Jazz. Above that I'm sure others can come up with better recommendations. I can say that the ones I've tried off of that list - the RE0/RE2, PL50, PR1 Pro, R02/R03, S4, and Custom 3 - are not what you're looking for. The regular Turbines (non-Pro) belong on that list, along with the FutureSonics Atrios and Rockford/Fosgate Punch Plugs. 


It just show that it is easier to make a list than to read up :)
 

post #7 of 30
Thread Starter 

After i had readings reviews:

 

Metro.Fi 170 - are you sure about deep bass?

RadioPaq Jazz - not good sq and not comfortable

 

Nothing more?

 

What you think about IE7?

post #8 of 30

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Originally Posted by Akella View Post

After i had readings reviews:

 

Metro.Fi 170 - are you sure about deep bass?

RadioPaq Jazz - not good sq and not comfortable

 

Nothing more?

 

What you think about IE7?

 


Have you stated a budget yet? You need to state one or you'll end up getting more and more expensive iem's, obviously ie7 will be better than the other two as they're three times the price.

post #9 of 30

Get the plain jane turbines or the golds, many of the iem's on your list are pretty nice, but not bass monsters. The atrio is another bass monster.  IE 7 has nice bass.........not a bass monster, move up to the IE8 for that....like the other poster said, always have a budget set.

post #10 of 30

i would recommend the monster turbine copper pros, the bass goes deep as long as it's in the song. The highs sound really great for the coppers, as good as armature phones. Mids might sound a little recessed but still sounds pretty nice. If you want more bass than maybe the golds might suit you.

post #11 of 30
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Originally Posted by Marcus_C View Post

 


Have you stated a budget yet? You need to state one or you'll end up getting more and more expensive iem's, obviously ie7 will be better than the other two as they're three times the price.

 

Now i found out that my budget will be max 100$.
 

How much the ie7 better than the other two? And what will be best for me?

post #12 of 30

IE7 for us$100?  optimistic

 

otherwise Radiopaq Jazz or ViSang RO3 for what you want

post #13 of 30

Fischer Audio Silver Bullet

post #14 of 30

If you can handle waiting for the product to be made available I would suggest pre-ordering the Brainwavz M2. It has very deep bass, a solid detailed midrange, and a decent treble. The cable is is well built, they come with a complete array of tips and accessories including a very nice little case and nice quality tips. I am just about to throw up my review of them.

 

While I will continue to use my Monster Turbine Pro Copper as my main IEM I have to say the M2 is a great change up from the Copper because of it's bass and nice soundstage with enough midrange and treble quality to not leave me feeling disatisfied, enough so that I will be keeping the M2 for when I want that subwoofer experience.

post #15 of 30

FYI Brainwavz M2 == ViSang R03 (mentioned in OP).

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