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Maybe you can spare us some more info like any experience on any cans and what you think of them?

EDIT: What is your price range?

Well to start my price range: about $100-150 for the portable amp and about $250-350 for the cans.

 

The teufels are I think pretty good cans for the music I listen to (DnB, (Deeper) Dubstep, EDM(in general).

 

As far as my experience goes the only cans I have compared them to are :Sennheiser's hd 419,439 and the Denon Ah-C560R's in ear headphones which are pretty good buds IMO but the teufel blew them all away.

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I'm looking for ideas for an IEM having now got an ideal full size. Must haves are; good, deep and controlled bass, reasonable fit, clean and clear mids and highs, inline apple compatible remote and ideally not too flashy. Price around £100 or $150 max.

Candidates so far are Sony XBA-2ip, Shure Se215? Any other suggestions most welcome. I've tried Klipsch S4 and Sennheiser CX300 mk1 in the past and had problems with getting a good seal on both (the Klipsch are ok upside down!)
post #5808 of 11107

Beyer dt770 review by none other than moi hereee
http://www.head-fi.org/t/658422/ich-liebe-dich-dt770-pro

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Dt770 pro isn't a good choice for a bass head imho
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Dt770 pro isn't a good choice for a bass head imho


I've heard that but I have the 32 ohm Pro LE model and think they are very comparable to my Q40's which most certainly ARE a basshead phone.  Maybe we all just hear different things and interpret differently. 

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I've heard that but I have the 32 ohm Pro LE model and think they are very comparable to my Q40's which most certainly ARE a basshead phone.  Maybe we all just hear different things and interpret differently. 

Interesting. I compared the 80ohm pro and the M50 side by side and i thought that the m50s sounded more "full" the and had a bit more bass.

side note: pro700MK2s with M50 pads are no bueno frown.gif Mids are even more recessed than usual
Edited by shuman0101 - 4/3/13 at 8:58pm
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which has more rattling bass..v-moda crossfade lp or the sony mdr-xb500?

and how bassy is the setup wit the xb500 and fiio e6?

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Originally Posted by SuperBassHead View Post

which has more rattling bass..v-moda crossfade lp or the sony mdr-xb500?

and how bassy is the setup wit the xb500 and fiio e6?

I had both at different times. I remember the xb500 having more bass, ridiculous amounts really. After listening to them for almost a month straight, my car audio (Bose) started to sound like it was lean in bass. Things normalized after a few days not using them, but they were lots of fun. The crossfade LP will sound better in nearly every other respect but not enough to justify its $120 price tag. If you find them for $85 I'd say grab them. 

 

Edit: e6 will do fine with both of them. The second eq on the e6 is crazy, something like 10db increase in bass. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.


Edited by PanamaHat - 4/3/13 at 9:01pm
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post


I've heard that but I have the 32 ohm Pro LE model and think they are very comparable to my Q40's which most certainly ARE a basshead phone.  Maybe we all just hear different things and interpret differently. 

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Dt770 pro isn't a good choice for a bass head imho


the dt 770s arent as bassy as they're made out to be. they are however VERY bass capable. with some eqing i can get crazy bass, as much as i want and way way more. you can tear your eardrums out if you wanted to.

seeing as youve got an O2, id get whichever impedance (ohm) version that you can find for the cheepest - the O2 has more than enough power for all of them. i have the 250 ohm version and even on unity gain with massive eqing i still have lots of headroom on the volume pot of my O2.
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Double post sry
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the dt 770s arent as bassy as they're made out to be. they are however VERY bass capable. with some eqing i can get crazy bass, as much as i want and way way more. you can tear your eardrums out if you wanted to.

seeing as youve got an O2, id get whichever impedance (ohm) version that you can find for the cheepest - the O2 has more than enough power for all of them. i have the 250 ohm version and even on unity gain with massive eqing i still have lots of headroom on the volume pot of my O2.


So, should i get the dt770's and can i get higher bass than a Custom one Pro?
And btw what cans for HipHop and Dubstep? Budget: 200$ thanks
Edited by joji1997 - 4/4/13 at 4:20am
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Originally Posted by joji1997 View Post

So, should i get the dt770's and can i get higher bass than a Custom one Pro?
And btw what cans for HipHop and Dubstep? Budget: 200$ thanks
V-MODA Crossfade LP 2 for those two genres. It has lots of slam, and decent mids and highs. The mids are recessed, but the highs are decently detailed.
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Anyone here have experience with the Ah-d600?

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Hey guys. Haven't been on here for a while...anyways, I need your help.

 

I'm seriously thinking about getting a portable rig within the next few months (Galaxy S IV, E12 or my E17), and I need some IEM's for that rig. My first choice would be the FXZ200, but I don't know if they'll stay in well enough since I'm going to be exercising more in the future (weight lifting, bike riding, running, etc.). So, basically I need a basshead IEM that will be able to stay in my ears when I'm running around.

 

So, if you guys have any recommendations, throw em' at me.

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Originally Posted by PanamaHat View Post

Anyone here have experience with the Ah-d600?

I have heard them and for some reason IMO, I find them sounding slightly boxed-in. If is slightly drier sounding than the old denon series and definitely not worth it's MSRP IMO. The boxed in feeling was a deal breaker for me. However, they do have a very satisfying bass response, pretty heavy bass I gotta say. And yes the sales person said they have been burnt in already. So if u can stand the box in sound, they have great bass, but I dun think they r worth the MSRP, the M100 beats them I think.
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