Yup, I agree. The Pro 900 actually does bass very well - heavy without overdoing it. It's a shame it's a bit too bright for my tastes, but then again, that's what EQ is for.
Hello I have a question; I’m listen on average an hour or 6 per day to mostly instrumental progressive Rock, Fusion, Metal, Djent, Electronic Rock/Metal, and everything in between in it, and occasionally progressive Metal with a singer and sometimes Rap or Funk(the old stuff, for example Tone Loc, Zapp or Brass Construction..number 5 is a good album :p )
I have a Samsung Galaxy player 5.0 and listen with my XB500 to all those heavy **** in mp3 320 and 256 kBit/s and only use the EQ for my headphone and my music sounds than very great with a ocean full of bass in it (I'm a Basshead :p ) btw instrumental Metal, Rock, Djent and so, sounds super with much bass through the Sony XB500.
Only my problem is that my XB500 through excessive use is now just about starts to fall apart, the XB500 durability holds not for a long time, about 2 ½ years (built quality is poor from the Sony XB500 imo) So I am looking for another headphone. But which one? It must be a headphone with a lot of bass, and must run easily on my Galaxy player 5.0 . Maybe V-Moda LP, LP2 or M100 but sounds the V-Moda’s good with instrumental Rock, Metal, Djent?. Or maybe the Beyer DT-770 pro 32 ohms edetion? The XB500 is heavy bass and sounds in your face, I like that. So guys what are you advise me for headphone with a lot of bass for my music taste
Some of the few cans that sound like the XB500 (HUGE BASS) are the Crossfade LP, XB900, HA-MR77X. There's nothing quite like the XB500, though - massive bass with excellent comfort.
Have you ever tried the Pro750? I feel like I'm lacking this visceral bass experience from the 750s.
I'm curious to know if I should upgrade, or even try switching out the pads on my 750s to the 900s.
Are the sig djs really as good as people say they are? Maybe I can audition a pair in the future to see how much worse they are than my AD2000MKIV, and another pair of headphones that I'm going to start building within the next week or so