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Originally Posted by Slovenek View Post

Please help me by selecting headphones for DNB and DUBSTEP. What equipment you use?
do you mean more of an audiophile setup or what? You already have a headphone with a subwoofer. I use all three of my headphones for all genres. Depends on what sound signature I'm in the mood for. I really like the K240 with electronic despite it having meh bass extension. I dont really have any sonic preferences, and can enjoy just about everything as long as it's not utterly horrible. Try going to a head-fi meet if you get the chance. smily_headphones1.gif
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The SZ2000 are great bass monsters but i I'm looking for something with good bass and better mids as SZ2000.


Edited by Slovenek - Yesterday at 11:16 am
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Then you want the WS99 my friend,that has outstanding bass while keeping mids and highs....
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Originally Posted by dailysmoker View Post

Then you want the WS99 my friend,that has outstanding bass while keeping mids and highs....

Thank you. This is what I wanted, that someone give me some recommendations. Are ws99 comfortable enough? Are your ears touching the speaker inside? How are the earpads?

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Thank you. This is what I wanted, that someone give me some recommendations. Are ws99 comfortable enough? Are your ears touching the speaker inside? How are the earpads?
ws77 earpads are meh... Sound is very good. I've heard its basically the same sound sig as the ws99, with the WS99 being a bit more refined. WS77 is somewhat less bass heavy than one would expect a headphone that carries the solid bass name to bear. Its somewhat V-shaped in response, and the bass slightly leaks into the lower mids, but separation of instruments is fantastic. The bass is very tight, and fast, and the soundstage is great. Its very wide and tall, with decent depth. Treble is very nice, and brings sparkle to the sound. The mids, despite being slightly encroached upon by bass, is very smooth. Starts to roll off into the upper mids to my ears, but not very much. If you go with WS99, and if it's pads are anything like the WS77, you are gonna need new pads. The brainwavs HM5 pads are pretty highly suggested for them.
Edited by DisCHORDDubstep - Today at 6:48 am
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The Logitech UE6000 has slightly slower bass compared to the WS77, but with a glorious midrange and relaxed treble. They are the least fatiguing headphones I've ever tried, both comfort and sound wise. Treble isn't gone, but its not edgy. Its not a dark headphone however. Just somewhat warm. Very rich bass texture with great extension. More sub bass quantity and weight than the WS77, with good control and speed. Overall, flat mids, slightly elevated bass, and rolled off treble with good detail, great comfort and build. I suggest them over the WS77 if you are going to be in loud places, as it is one of the best passive noise cancelling headphones I've tried, whereas the WS77 slightly lacks with it. Maybe its just the pads however. WS77 is definitely more fun, with more detail however. I also suggest looking into the thinksound ON1. I hear its the best closed back for under 400$ from many who own them, including experienced head-fiers. Sadly have not tried the On1's, but am looking into buying one... Sadly too many cans, too little money to buy them with.

Both the WS77(and WS99 I assume is even better) and the UE6000 are great for electronic. UE6000 is more relaxed with better sub bass, impact, and mids with an all around more relaxed and non fatiguing signature with great isolation.

WS77 has better speed, treble, bass texture, soundstage and detail overall compared to the UE6000. Non fatiguing, but does have more treble presence compared to the UE6000, and has a more exciting sound signature.
Edited by DisCHORDDubstep - Today at 7:04 am
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I find them comfi enough and Audio-Technica is not very well known for their comfort,but i like this one and my ears are medium size and do not touch the speakers.....
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hmm... I'll look into it.
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