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A rather slow day for post's, isn't it?
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dont shoot me but right out the box and even with fiio e12 bass boost I am a tad underwhelmed by the bass slam of the th600:confused:. It is a very clean hit and a dope soundstage though. It was funny my wife said they had no bass. I wont go that far but hey its all good. They have a really good sound... I can dig it.


Edited by grizzlybeast - 4/17/14 at 9:19pm
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Compared to most of the headphones in that price bracket, they have a decent quantity of bass.

 

What source were you using? It definitely seems odd that someone would claim the TH600 to have "no bass".

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Maybe his wife is Hawaii?
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

Compared to most of the headphones in that price bracket, they have a decent quantity of bass.

 

What source were you using? It definitely seems odd that someone would claim the TH600 to have "no bass".

I agree there!

 

lol my wife is one dimensional with headphones. lol it was just to put it in perspective of the average listener of modern music


I used my imac>audirvana plus>apollo twin duo>nuforce ha 200>th600
iPhone 5>fiio e12>th600
Edited by grizzlybeast - 4/17/14 at 10:49pm
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Originally Posted by grizzlybeast View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

Compared to most of the headphones in that price bracket, they have a decent quantity of bass.

 

What source were you using? It definitely seems odd that someone would claim the TH600 to have "no bass".

I agree there!

 

lol my wife is one dimensional with headphones. lol it was just to put it in perspective of the average listener of modern music


I used my imac>audirvana plus>apollo twin duo>nuforce ha 200>th600
iPhone 5>fiio e12>th600

 

 

I heard the Yamaha Pro 500 v.s. the Ultrasone Pro 900 today and the sz of course. again.

 

Probably my 3 favorite impact cans. I'm staying with what I got.

 

Fostex and Denon and DX1000 are well crafted big cupped low end resonating beauties. They are Audiophile low end beauties. I'll get one sometime.

 

I need slamalicious boom boom right now and I'm set. 

Yamaha Pro 500 = M100 sig with bass on steroids

Ultra Pro 900 = Ultra Hfi 580 with big upper bass low mid impact.

SZ = My cans.

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At the moment I'm at the girlfriends house, so it's E18 > D5000 for me.

 

:beyersmile:

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I have a 7 hour flight home tomorrow, but that doesn't matter because I have this:

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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post


I heard the Yamaha Pro 500 v.s. the Ultrasone Pro 900 today and the sz of course. again.

Probably my 3 favorite impact cans. I'm staying with what I got.

Fostex and Denon and DX1000 are well crafted big cupped low end resonating beauties. They are Audiophile low end beauties. I'll get one sometime.

I need slamalicious boom boom right now and I'm set. 
Yamaha Pro 500 = M100 sig with bass on steroids
Ultra Pro 900 = Ultra Hfi 580 with big upper bass low mid impact.
SZ = My cans.
Every time I see a list like that I get reminded that there's a ton of basshead headphones that I want to hear biggrin.gif

Today I was in a Sony store looking for a '42inch LED TV when I stumbled upon a couple of headphones available for demo. I tried a headphone that actually sounded good with nice impact. I'm not sure what it's name was, but it looked like an Xb900/800 with brown pads and headband. They were also uber comfortable.
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Philips Citiscape Downtown maybe? (There's various color options available)

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Philips Citiscape Downtown maybe? (There's various color options available)


No they were Sonies. I just found out their model: it's the Sony Xb600.
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Those are the 900's.....you don't want those. Sony is a company in big financial trouble. The quality of these is unbelievably poor. I never saw brown.

 

 

Meanwhile....

A slo-mo bass hit (I just discovered my camera does it...so naturally:D)

 

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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post


I heard the Yamaha Pro 500 v.s. the Ultrasone Pro 900 today and the sz of course. again.

Probably my 3 favorite impact cans. I'm staying with what I got.

Fostex and Denon and DX1000 are well crafted big cupped low end resonating beauties. They are Audiophile low end beauties. I'll get one sometime.

I need slamalicious boom boom right now and I'm set. 
Yamaha Pro 500 = M100 sig with bass on steroids
Ultra Pro 900 = Ultra Hfi 580 with big upper bass low mid impact.
SZ = My cans.
Fwiw the th600 prob won't satisfy you in impact. Actually I'm sure it won't cause it didn't satisfy me. The dx700 which has the same driver hits way harder with better height in soundstage but is very outclassed by the th600 because the Jvc dx700 is murky and the 600 clear. That being said you would most likely like the th900 and dx1000 since they reportedly hit harder than their little brothers.
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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post
 

 

Those are the 900's.....you don't want those. Sony is a company in big financial trouble. The quality of these is unbelievably poor. I never saw brown.

 

 

Meanwhile....

A slo-mo bass hit (I just discovered my camera does it...so naturally:D)

 

That was awesome :L3000: Im going to try it later with my HTC One lol

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No more slo mo hitz:D

 

 

This is "rah"

Starting right here at :27

 

 

I'm done playing.

 

You adults please take over.


Edited by Hawaiibadboy - 4/18/14 at 8:37am
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