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Just made a thread about the exact same thing earlier. rolleyes.gif



haha nice. dubstep is awesome

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Ok, so I'm assuming that's what you want it to be.  I was trying to get the point through, because different people want different sound in their headphones, even if it's a genre like dubstep-- which schwallman already exemplified.

 

Ultrasone does sound like your best bet, followed by Denon.

 

alright thanks for your suggestion I think im going to go with the ultrasone hfi-580s.
 

 

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if you wanted an iem, the sm3 was good for electronic music imo. I had a set of tf10s customed so I got rid of the sm3s though.

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alright thanks for your suggestion I think im going to go with the ultrasone hfi-580s.
 

 



 

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if you wanted an iem, the sm3 was good for electronic music imo. I had a set of tf10s customed so I got rid of the sm3s though.



 

 

Ok the SM3 is WAY out of my budget but thank you haha :) ive heard the TF10s have extreme bass but are very uncomfatable.

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if you wanted an iem, the sm3 was good for electronic music imo. I had a set of tf10s customed so I got rid of the sm3s though.



 

 

how'd you get them custom'd?

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made a mold of my ear and sent them to fisher hearing.

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how'd you get them custom'd?



 

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the sm3 would be cheaper or very close after having a tf10 customed.
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Ok the SM3 is WAY out of my budget but thank you haha :) ive heard the TF10s have extreme bass but are very uncomfatable.



 

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the sm3 would be cheaper or very close after having a tf10 customed.
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which would you prefer? the TF10 would probably be my choice.

post #54 of 69

The denon line should serve you well.

 

I can speak for the AH-D1100 and say that they are perfect for the genre. This is coming from a fellow fan of "oldschool" dubstep, the dmz sound.

 

They also suit your budget.

post #55 of 69

i cant even remember how they sounded. I only listened to them for a day before I shipped them off to be customed. If memoery serves, I did like the sound but the fit was hard to get a good seal.

 

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which would you prefer? the TF10 would probably be my choice.



 

post #56 of 69

Check out the TMA-1, very tight and deep bass, equally powerful and defined mids, and slightly recessed highs. They are LOUD, like enough to feel the cups vibrate playing out an iPod/iPhone, but no distortion and very tight. Perfect for dubstep and any edm really.

post #57 of 69

They are a little out your defined price range but, save your pennies, they are worth it!

post #58 of 69

Yeah I can vouch for the TMA-1s. When I had them they sounded good with dubstep. 

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what about the atrios?

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Shure SRH840

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