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please help looking for cripy clear sounding bass monster

post #1 of 22
Thread Starter 

im upgrading from brainwavz m2 , portapro and monster turbin gold.

 

m2 would be pefect if it have more mid bass sub bass, bass in quantity

 

portapro would be great if the bass got more punch,  not so extremly veiled and muddy, i hate muddy

 

turbine gold are not what everyone says, the bass is less impactful than the m2, more in sub bass, just a lil less in quantity compare to m2

 

 

i care more about bass quality and quantity, you can consider me as a die hard bass junkie who is looking for mid bass like wrecking ball, sub bass drops low

 

 

i prefer a rather small round soundstage good seperation and detail,  most important thing is clarity, well pronounced mid, sparkly treble and well textured bass in big quantity ,  free of sibilance and harshness

 

 

$300 and less,  IEM prefered, i will consider cans if they are small

 

 

monster turbine gold wont cut it for me , i need more bass


Edited by akacoke - 1/30/11 at 4:00pm
post #2 of 22

What's your budget?

post #3 of 22

meelectronics M9.modest price

post #4 of 22

Man you missed the boat on the TF10 deal.$95 bucks. It might pop back up again. One thing, nothing is perfect in this hobby, just preferencebiggrin.gif.

post #5 of 22
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Originally Posted by ProjectDenz View Post

What's your budget?


any thing under $120
 

 



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Originally Posted by Guidostrunk View Post

Man you missed the boat on the TF10 deal.$95 bucks. It might pop back up again. One thing, nothing is perfect in this hobby, just preferencebiggrin.gif.



 

 TripleFi 10 for 95? where?  how is the bass on those?



 

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Originally Posted by andrewmorio View Post

meelectronics M9.modest price


not really sure, where can i hear it? how is it compare to protapor? 

 

 

thanks
 

post #6 of 22



The Bass IMO is great. Its pretty accurate, detailed , decent extension and great impact. It does not have the sound sig. of a trunk full of woofers if thats what your looking for. Other than that , a great choice IMO.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by ProjectDenz View Post

What's your budget?


any thing under $120
 

 



Quote:
Originally Posted by Guidostrunk View Post

Man you missed the boat on the TF10 deal.$95 bucks. It might pop back up again. One thing, nothing is perfect in this hobby, just preferencebiggrin.gif.



 

 TripleFi 10 for 95? where?  how is the bass on those?



 

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Originally Posted by andrewmorio View Post

meelectronics M9.modest price


not really sure, where can i hear it? how is it compare to protapor? 

 

 

thanks
 

post #7 of 22

I honestly don't think you can get perfect crisp and clear sound with a lot of bass for under $120. IMO you can get either one or the other. However, the special TF10 deal that would had been my recommendation. Also I don't think you can try out in-ear models before you buy, as its a health and safety issue.

post #8 of 22

the m9 sounds like what you're looking for. it's much much clearer than the portapros, in pretty much all ranges of frequency. to me, the highs might sound slightly harsh, but personally i don't mind that much because the clarity is great. and the m9 definitely has bass that hits nicely. the m9 is less warm than the portapros, but the deep and mid bass have good power. and the bass of the m9 definitely is clearer and a bit faster than the portapros'.

post #9 of 22

either fischer audio genesis or silver bullet

post #10 of 22

I had the Silver bullets. The TF10 is far superior IMO.To the OP , you should post an ad in the classifieds for whatever you choose, it's a great way to save a few bucks.

post #11 of 22

maybe you had the wrong tips since the sb are really tip sensitive. the monster single flange will turn them into bass monsters

post #12 of 22

Denon C751 is an excellent option.  It is often overlooked and unfortunately now discontinued.  I am uncertain if any current gen Denon products compare directly.

 

post #13 of 22



Bass wasn't the issue, it was everything else. Might of been the worst IEM I've owned. And I've been through a few.

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maybe you had the wrong tips since the sb are really tip sensitive. the monster single flange will turn them into bass monsters

post #14 of 22

well yeah was just trying to suggest something cheap that has ample bass and highs

post #15 of 22
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Originally Posted by mywallethurts View Post

maybe you had the wrong tips since the sb are really tip sensitive. the monster single flange will turn them into bass monsters


 

 

i never had in ear earphones,  i changed tips on the jamz,  they do sound different with different tips, now it has some bass, i will burn them in a lil see how it goes

 

 

any other suggestions for bassy earphones?
 

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