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Well grabbed myself a pair of Beyer DT770 Pro (80 ohm) & very happy with them so far. Stuck Rog Mogale's 30Hz breakbeat test track on & was pleasantly surprised that they actually reproduced the notes! Also hella comfy & feel pretty sturdily built.

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Originally Posted by losteden View Post

Well grabbed myself a pair of Beyer DT770 Pro (80 ohm) & very happy with them so far. Stuck Rog Mogale's 30Hz breakbeat test track on & was pleasantly surprised that they actually reproduced the notes! Also hella comfy & feel pretty sturdily built.
How is the portability on those?
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They are not more bass heavy, although the bass quality is better.

aight, so i got 250$(and counting) for christmas, what are the best bass headphones in the 100-250 range. please note i am a high schooler, so it must be durable.

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So something stylish, durable and bass heavy? V-Moda.... Pretty much.

Get the LP if you just want BASS.

LP2 if you want some more clarity and slightly less bass than the LP.

M100 if you want something with more clarity and less bass.

Or perhaps a PRO700MK2 with an E11.

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i was gonna get an E 11 anyway. i love head rattling bass

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Fellow bassheads, I have a test for you. If you have an LED clock like this (it has to be one with color), I want you to find your bassiest song and blast it out before it distorts. When you look at the clock, the numbers should start jiggling. If they don't, then that means that either you don't have the right type of clock. your song isn't that bassy, or you aren't a basshead biggrin.gif

Edit: I've been playing around with it, and Bingo Players - L'Amour seems to do it pretty well. 

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Are the V-Moda m-100 even considered bass head cans? I've heard people saying that the m-80 have more bass than them? That doesn't even make sense?
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Are the V-Moda m-100 even considered bass head cans? I've heard people saying that the m-80 have more bass than them? That doesn't even make sense?

 

Those are probably the same people that believe the world is going to end in 2012.

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Those are probably the same people that believe the world is going to end in 2012.

you are awesome.


Edited by RobbehBASS - 12/19/12 at 6:59pm
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Well I should be receiving them within the next couple of weeks...I will post my opinions when they come!
I'm expecting them to have much better mids and more mid bass, sub bass would probably lean towards the DT770 as you say!
I don't really do THAT much home listening so the portability of the M100 is a big plus for me!
Nice, keep us updated!
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Originally Posted by losteden View Post

Well grabbed myself a pair of Beyer DT770 Pro (80 ohm) & very happy with them so far. Stuck Rog Mogale's 30Hz breakbeat test track on & was pleasantly surprised that they actually reproduced the notes! Also hella comfy & feel pretty sturdily built.
Glad to hear you like them, they have a deep extension in the sub bass with low distortion with a large soundstage. Nice combo, hence my inability to find another pair of fun bass cans for variety reasons.
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How is the portability on those?
Tbh they are kinda light but a bit getting a bit large and don't fold up.
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How does overall sq stack up between dt770 and m-100?
And does anyone know where m-100's can be demoed?
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How does overall sq stack up between dt770 and m-100?
And does anyone know where m-100's can be demoed?

Eventually Radio Shack, I think.

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Well i think I'll probably go with the dt770 then because i want to be able to sample a headphone before purchase.
 

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The M100s have a 60 day money back guarantee, so if you dont like them you can always return them. You can also order them from amazon and use their 30 day money back guarantee.

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Thank you.

I did not know that.

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