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Reloop RHP-20 and V-MODA Crossfade LP/LP2 are 3 cans that come to mind. All 3 have strong bass, attenuated treble and are fairly comfortable over-ear cans.

 

Well, I already have the Crossfade LPs. Reading the reviews and information about the Sony XB500's, I came to the understanding that the XB500's have noticeably more bass than the LPs.

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Originally Posted by Heitek View Post

 

Well, I already have the Crossfade LPs. Reading the reviews and information about the Sony XB500's, I came to the understanding that the XB500's have noticeably more bass than the LPs.


Never heard the XB500 but I am struggling to understand how any headphone could have more bass than the Crossfade LP without denting the side of your head.

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Never heard the XB500 but I am struggling to understand how any headphone could have more bass than the Crossfade LP without denting the side of your head.


Trust us when we say XB500's are the dent kings.  basshead.gif

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Trust us when we say XB500's are the dent kings.  basshead.gif


Pardon my english but dent kings sounds like it's the best equipment for dentists.

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Pardon my english but dent kings sounds like it's the best equipment for dentists.
Or a construction company wink.gifbiggrin.gif
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Anyone heard the Audio Technica ES10? Do they have more or less bass than the VModa M80?

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Trust us when we say XB500's are the dent kings.  basshead.gif


Pardon my english but dent kings sounds like it's the best equipment for dentists.

Autobody Shop for sure! wink.gifbiggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by bubsdaddy View Post


Never heard the XB500 but I am struggling to understand how any headphone could have more bass than the Crossfade LP without denting the side of your head.
The Crossfade LP is certainly one of the cans that come close to matching the sheer bass quantity of the XB500. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Luv My BASS 1 View Post

Anyone heard the Audio Technica ES10? Do they have more or less bass than the VModa M80?
The ES10 has a more prominent mid-bass punch and greater sub bass rumble than the M-80.
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I think I found my favorite dubstep song:

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I think I found my favorite dubstep song:

 

That's pretty intense. Good stuff! Here is a soundcloud link for that song (probably better quality).

 

I don't know if the ATH WS99 Solid Bass cans can be considered bass head cans, but man, that stuff sounds friggin' good with them biggrin.gif

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I think I found my favorite dubstep song:

SO LOSSY :O
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SO LOSSY :O

 

That's why I supplied the soundcloud link smile.gif. Btw, do you know how to tell the kbps of a soundcloud track?

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That's why I supplied the soundcloud link smile.gif . Btw, do you know how to tell the kbps of a soundcloud track?
by how it sounds... tongue.gif Also, instead of kbps, bitrate is easier... wink.gif
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by how it sounds... tongue.gif Also, instead of kbps, bitrate is easier... wink.gif

Kbps=bitrate

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That's why I supplied the soundcloud link smile.gif. Btw, do you know how to tell the kbps of a soundcloud track?

All of soundcloud's stuff is 128Kbps (the stream). The original files may be something completely different like MP3 320Kbps, Flac, or Wav, to name a few.

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^ Thanks. Bummer!
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