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I've just entered the basshead club with the Sony MDR-X10 and Beyer DT770 Pro 250.  It's a good club to be in.


Edited by BlueRain - 4/13/13 at 3:37pm
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The " Marley Revolution" supraaural headphones are extremely bassy, way too much for me, and i am a basshead basshead.gif so add that in.
Note: Demo @ Futureshop. Only 16 ohms, they can be powered easily by a dollarstore MP3 player ahaha
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Originally Posted by BlueRain View Post

I've just entered the basshead club with the Sony MDR-X10 and Beyer DT770 Pro 250.  It's a good club to be in.

Truly the best club. Nothing like rumbling bass.....
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Truly the best club. Nothing like rumbling bass.....


Yeah, but the MDR-X10 is like a fudge and caramel sunday.  Nice occassionally but way too much to have all the time.  It's a can that really does lose the mids and highs to the the bass.  You get used to it but after something like the Q701 its a startling change.

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Is there a frequency response graph for the V-MODA Crossfade LPs? I am desperately looking for one frown.gif

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Is there a frequency response graph for the V-MODA Crossfade LPs? I am desperately looking for one frown.gif
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That's the graph for the LP2, not the LP :I

 

Or do they have the same frequency response line?

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The LP2 are a tad less bassy but only around 80Hz
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That i have heard of
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Alright, so the LP2 would be the closest substitute for the sound signature on the LPs on that website, especially for 350hz and less?

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Yes. But trust me, the bass on the LPs are plenty and you wont get much more without screwing up the rest of the SQ. I have had the bassiest of bass and it was unpleasantly bassy and i felt that i wanted to tone it down a bit. I have the SRH750DJ right now but they just need a tad more kick in the mid bass. I love em compared to my bassiest cans. I am takin em back ( For the HDJ500's with i greatly suggest)
Edited by -xX-Mew-Xx- - 4/13/13 at 9:09pm
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Mkay.
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I would like to ask you guys if there is an IEM that is an upgrade above the JVC FX700?

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Meelectronic SP51
Adjustable bass. Superb isolation.
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