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Originally Posted by fidler View Post

 

Need a proper cinema experinece, like at the movies, not too much bass but adequate.

You know what I mean ?

 

The closest thing to getting movie theater subwoofer bass is probably a headphone like the D7000, which is way out of your price bracket.

 

The bass tends to roll off with open headphones as it gets closer to sub bass.  You can bass boost them to try and correct that dB drop off, or you could just hook up a sub and use it along with the headphones... 0_0

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How often do movie theaters have subwoofers? The only time I notice it is when they decide to make the entire movie play at 100 db... Its so annoying...

post #13758 of 27958
Thread Starter 
The D7000 is the most cinematic headphone I've used. It produces bass like no other headohone I have heard, while maintaining clarity. If it's movie theater type bass without destroying the quality everywhere else, hunt for some D7000s.
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What about your LCD-2 rendezvous?
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

The D7000 is the most cinematic headphone I've used. It produces bass like no other headohone I have heard, while maintaining clarity. If it's movie theater type bass without destroying the quality everywhere else, hunt for some D7000s.
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Thread Starter 
The LCD2 has very balanced and deep bass, but it doesn't mimic a movie theater's rumble the way the D7000 does.

As for the Plyr 1. I still wanna keep it. Either way, Skullcandy told me they let reviewers keep them as thanks for the review. I can do whatever I want after that.

I'm more leaning on getting the MDs if the Kingsound doesn't work out for me.
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 5/23/13 at 8:29pm
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Originally Posted by 3X0 View Post

What about your LCD-2 rendezvous?

out of budgetttt...

post #13762 of 27958
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

The D7000 is the most cinematic headphone I've used. It produces bass like no other headohone I have heard, while maintaining clarity. If it's movie theater type bass without destroying the quality everywhere else, hunt for some D7000s.

I know, but need something within $100.00

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The HA-S500s are the bassiest headphones I have heard in my life. These are so uncomfortable without the HM5 mod (easiest mod in the world, all you do is replace the earpads), which should cost you less then then $90 after all is said and done. Don't know if It'll feel like a subwoofer, with movie audio, though. Dubstep sounds like it has a really really loud subwoofer attached, though.

 

Edit: Note, when I say these are uncomfortable without the mod, I mean I find the HD 280s comfortable, and MLE gave those a 1 for comfort. MLE, you need to get these just so I can find out what score you'd give them.


Edited by daleb - 5/23/13 at 8:46pm
post #13764 of 27958

where did that part where Mad Lust talks about the virtual surround devices go??

post #13765 of 27958
Thread Starter 
Craaaaaaap! Its.... gone. D:

And so are my Ultrasone reviews!


Must...stay...calm...
post #13766 of 27958

Huh, it's gone for me, too...
 

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Whew, its still there, under the Senn's spoiler tag.
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oh, what a relief

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Fixed. smily_headphones1.gif
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If it ever gets screwed up, just roll back via google's cache and grab the post again (select the entire post, click "view selection source", copy and paste back in).

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