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I have the bh on its way actually but for sheer bas quantity the ZO and m100 is something to behold
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Have you tried the DT770 with the ZO2? Some people were preferring the 770 to the M-100, where portability was not an issue.

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Originally Posted by Apo0th3karY View Post

I have the bh on its way actually but for sheer bas quantity the ZO and m100 is something to behold


Double amp them- you will have detail, volume across the range and WOW bass.

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Have you tried the DT770 with the ZO2? Some people were preferring the 770 to the M-100, where portability was not an issue.

Danny93 said he preferred the M100 by quite a margin
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I woke up this morning and saw an image on my computer, which is linked to this post. I don't even remember downloading it. Anyone got a clue what it is?

 

Yea those ar mine you go back a couple post you will see the origional 

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i love DT770 + Z02..

I also think HD650's are fairly bass heavy, and can turn into fairly large bass monsters if you don't mind a tad of EQ,

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Saw this in a m

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Alright, I actually need help, absolute max = $150. I've owned the Creative Aurvana Live!, and the Noontec Zoro, I loved both of them, Noontecs a little more. BUt the got damn Noontecs got stolen, so now I have to find a new pair of headphones,I also have the Shure SRH 750Dj, I was extremely dissappointed, they were uncomfortable, they had NO isolation at all, and the bass wasn't "boomy" too me.  I would just get the CAL!'s or the Zoro's again but I like getting something a little better than my previous thing each time, and The Noontec's price went up by $30. What I would like, but NOT  a requirement is : A removable cord, an ability to fold and a nice design. My requirements are: Portablity, Bass Quantity, Comfort, and Great playback through my Galaxy S III/iPAd (4th Gen.). As the Shure's were lackluster in that department, thanks in advance.

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Originally Posted by Jlox1 View Post

Alright, I actually need help, absolute max = $150. I've owned the Creative Aurvana Live!, and the Noontec Zoro, I loved both of them, Noontecs a little more. BUt the got damn Noontecs got stolen, so now I have to find a new pair of headphones,I also have the Shure SRH 750Dj, I was extremely dissappointed, they were uncomfortable, they had NO isolation at all, and the bass wasn't "boomy" too me.  I would just get the CAL!'s or the Zoro's again but I like getting something a little better than my previous thing each time, and The Noontec's price went up by $30. What I would like, but NOT  a requirement is : A removable cord, an ability to fold and a nice design. My requirements are: Portablity, Bass Quantity, Comfort, and Great playback through my Galaxy S III/iPAd (4th Gen.). As the Shure's were lackluster in that department, thanks in advance.

JVC S500, this headphone is better than the CAL! in every way.

V-Moda M80, it's $149 right now on Amazon. 


Edited by RoMee - 1/12/13 at 10:03am
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The V-Moda's Ifear may not have enoughbass, also whats up with the K181DJ? I tried on the V-MOda a long time ago for like 1 minute. But I don't recall how they sound at all, I dont thinkI was impressed with bass.

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me too. very mild bass emphasis.

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I tried the M-80 at radio shack recently with my E11 and I would have to agree they have very little bass emphasis. 

 

I need some opinions on this portable rig I have in my mind. How do you guys think an iPod classic 160 GB>LOD>JDS Labs O2> ZO 2> V-MODA M-100 would sound? I would like to get the the O2 with the ODAC and for use at home and as a portable.

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The M80's are still on the list, but what do we know about the XB600/800?

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Let me inform you that m80s Are not basshead cans. f you want vmoda, look at the LP/2 or M100
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Let me inform you that m80s Are not basshead cans. f you want vmoda, look at the LP/2 or M-100

Oh no i'm not a V-MODA fan, I just want some good, portable, bass cans preferably really comfortable, and under 200. Honestly i'm torn right now betwwen, being cheap and getting the XB500 (Which I've heard), or going all out and getting the Pioneer HDJ 1500 (Which I haven't heard). I really liked the XB500, and I LOVED the Pioneer HDJ 500, 1000, and 2000. So the 1500 is off of assumption.

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