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Best bass phones under $100!!!

post #1 of 24
Thread Starter 

Hi. This is my first post here. I searched and found some answers but I think this subject changes over time. I mean, generally, an earphone which was the best under $100 tag is not the best right now. So I wanna now what earphones are best regarding bass. I want extremely fun earphones. Would like to keep it under 100. Sorry for my english and thanks in advance.


Edited by DanMcGregor - 1/4/11 at 5:49am
post #2 of 24

Check this out:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/478568/multi-iem-review-130-iems-compared-monster-beats-tour-lil-jamz-added-12-29

 

For ~$100-$150 I would definitely look at the Radius DDM.

post #3 of 24

Munitio 9mm no doubt!!  "Fun" and "Bass" are its middle names!!  You cannot find better bass in that price range, trust me! https://munitio.com/products-page

 

With coupon code "vibrato" for 25% off they come out to $120+ shipping.

 

check out the post I made here: http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/531824/bass-heavy-iem#post_7171357

 

and see this review: http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/517995/any-opinions-on-the-munitio-9mm-teknines-yet/15#post_7145607

post #4 of 24
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the suggestions but I've changed title and said "under $100". I 've just bought some new full size headphones, therefore I can't afford $150 iems right now. When I said $100, I meant that I can pay $100 but rather not to. I simply want an iem which is around $50 to $100 and can rical the earphones that cost $100-150. By they way, I love bass but I am not a basshead.

post #5 of 24

Hippo VB. Enuff said.

post #6 of 24

I would say the Monster Turbines are pretty damn good for bass. They have dynamic drivers which really help.

post #7 of 24

Almost all bass phones have dynamic drivers. The OP says that s/he is not a basshead so Turbines wouldn't be appropriate. And hippo vb's too.


Edited by ok1907 - 1/4/11 at 3:22pm
post #8 of 24

+2 for Hippo VBs

post #9 of 24

Your best bet is going to be the visang r03/ brainwavz m2 they're the best bang for your buck in bass. $60 at mp4nation.net $50 at lendmeurears.com

post #10 of 24
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+2 for Hippo VBs



3+ for Hippo VBs wink.gif

post #11 of 24

I think someone like the Fischer Audio Eterna would also be a good choice. They are one of the most engaging and fun earphones I've tried at the $100 price range.

post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by treal512 View Post

+2 for Hippo VBs



3+ for Hippo VBs wink.gif

 

+4 !!

i love my VB's

and its only $79

one of the best bang for your buck IMO
 

post #13 of 24

another vote for VBs...mainly because of the plates.  unlike most headphones you can moderately adjust the bass levels by swapping the plates.  that way you dont get the crazy bass if you dont want it, you can just get the tons of bass :)

post #14 of 24
Thread Starter 

Thanks guys. I've heard very good things about the bass of Hippo Vb but I don't know if the bass quantity would be appropriate for me. What kind of music do they handle best?

 

By the way what do you think about the following somewhat similarly priced phones from ljokerl's thread; nuforce ne-6, meelectronic m11+, cyclone pr1 pro, visang r02, brainwavz m2, xears td100, fisher audio eterna ,fischer audio silver bullets.

 

I want the best bass as I said before but I strongly believe that the bass of Hippo Vb will be excessive for me. When I said "bass phones", I didn't mean the quantity. I want deep but now overpowering bass. I hope I'm able to express myself.


Edited by DanMcGregor - 1/5/11 at 10:24am
post #15 of 24

Well like the user above you said don't forget you regulate how much you want. If you want deep, look no further Atrio perhaps....price range change yeah stick will your other selection *Coughs loudly* Hippo. Also ask Joker....in Jokers thread but I highly recommend the Hippo Vb, the plates, they isolate above average, cheap price, good build quality. Music wise they equally handle everything I do feel like there drivers slow-up a bit compared to others, I agree with Rawrster I've heard good things about the Eterna but I recommend the Hippos.

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