Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Headphones (full-size) › Good songs to test bass on headphones?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Good songs to test bass on headphones? - Page 13

post #181 of 240

I agree, for Classic Rock there is none better than

 

Into the Fire: Harry Nilsson on Nilsson Scmilsson (1971)

     

  Great song, drum solo around 4:00 and teeth rattleing bass at 4:45

post #182 of 240
For testing the
post #183 of 240
For testing the power of the bass I would recommend Swing My Door by Gucci Mane, although you might want something more refined to test and flex the bass and see what it can do. But Swing My Door is has very hard bass and it can give you a good idea of how your headphones will perform
post #184 of 240

Sorry for making a Lazarus out of this thread, but I quite like to test sub bass on Fire Hive by Knife Party and texture on Thunder by W&W.

post #185 of 240
Quote:
Originally Posted by razor5cl View Post

Sorry for making a Lazarus out of this thread, but I quite like to test sub bass on Fire Hive by Knife Party and texture on Thunder by W&W.

 

Dubstep tracks have a lot of sub-bass, the genre usually have different levels of bass. 

post #186 of 240
Quote:
Originally Posted by formula1 View Post

 

Dubstep tracks have a lot of sub-bass, the genre usually have different levels of bass. 

yeah but its all low wub wub, no real variation 

post #187 of 240

Mike Jones - Still Tippin'

Nas - Affirmative Action

50 Cent - What Up Gangsta

Black Milk - Give The Drummer Sum (Instrumental)

post #188 of 240

Anything by Young Jeezy slams!

post #189 of 240

For the classical listener:

 

Schubert's 8th (Unfinished) Symphony has lots of soft, bottom-register playing by the double basses.  You need cans with good bass extension to pull it off well.

post #190 of 240

Bassotronics,,, Bass i love you,,,, nuff said, end of story..... and all the other Bassotronics choons.... seriously, listen to them..L3000.gif
 

post #191 of 240

The super low 7hz note in this song is audible on my modded T50rp, well maybe not audible, but I can definitely feel the pressure when it hits. 

Quote:
Originally Posted by snedanator View Post

Bassotronics,,, Bass i love you,,,, nuff said, end of story..... and all the other Bassotronics choons.... seriously, listen to them..L3000.gif
 

post #192 of 240

I definitely didn't feel any pressure with the mad-dogs on the super low bass notes of bass I love you.  You must have some magically modded T50RPs.  Start selling them.

post #193 of 240

Pendulum's hold your colour album has some great bass on it. Especially slam and tarantula.

post #194 of 240
Quote:
Originally Posted by Master Shake View Post

Pendulum's hold your colour album has some great bass on it. Especially slam and tarantula.

Don't forget Blood Sugar
post #195 of 240

Maybe it's your source? Maybe your source drops the bass off below 20hz. My source was a youtube video on my laptop usb out to my E17. I definitely felt the presence of the low note. I remember the song from back in my car audio days. 

Quote:
Originally Posted by TMRaven View Post

I definitely didn't feel any pressure with the mad-dogs on the super low bass notes of bass I love you.  You must have some magically modded T50RPs.  Start selling them.

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Headphones (full-size)
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Headphones (full-size) › Good songs to test bass on headphones?