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post #8941 of 11259
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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post

Any suggestions for a good under-$200 pair of warm-ish bassy IEMs with slightly recessed treble to pair with the Clip Zip? I want to have a budget rig to bring to school where I dont have to worry about it getting stolen.

My currrent choices are:
RHA MA750
SE 215
Fidelio S2

Only on Head-fi! :D

post #8942 of 11259
Haha when you have a rig that's worth ~$1000, less than $200 doesn't seem like so much anymore smily_headphones1.gif
post #8943 of 11259
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Originally Posted by cCasper TFG View Post
 

OMG YES.


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

And thanks a bunch cCasper TFG! Think I'm going to get myself a pair of Alphas for my DT770/80's!

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SE215s get a big tick in my book, but they are the only ones out of the three that I've heard.

 

They also come well under your budget. 

post #8945 of 11259
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Originally Posted by esmBOS View Post
 

And thanks a bunch cCasper TFG! Think I'm going to get myself a pair of Alphas for my DT770/80's!

Considering how much they increased the bass on my bass-light 600 ohm, as a basshead you will be very happy with them on your 80 ohm.

post #8946 of 11259
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Originally Posted by cCasper TFG View Post
 

Considering how much they increased the bass on my bass-light 600 ohm, as a basshead you will be very happy with them on your 80 ohm.

So you can instantly at least conclude that they increase the bass? Great news :L3000: Only use my DT770 when I want a head massage anyways :D

post #8947 of 11259
Definitely. The sub bass increases A LOT. I only listened to a couple songs with the alphas on, but that much was obvious. I will follow up with more differences next week.
post #8948 of 11259
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Originally Posted by cCasper TFG View Post

Definitely. The sub bass increases A LOT. I only listened to a couple songs with the alphas on, but that much was obvious. I will follow up with more differences next week.

OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG!!! Where is my creditcard??!?11!!!1!

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Got the TH-900 in yesterday. This is my 3rd pair of high-end HP (HD800, T1). OH MY!!!! THE BASS!!! Perfect in every way. The bass stays powerful and maintains its impact throughout the entire range of low frequencies, like i have never heard before.  Powerful enough to make my ears shake,  but kept extremely tight and clean with the smallest decay. Drums sound so realistic full of texture and precision, if you close your eyes you could swear the drum set is next to you. And all this without muffling out the mids/treble which have their own description to go along with them. I may have found my end-game headphones!!! Still new so i need to break them in properly to see what they can really do. 

 

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Wow after using my Sony MDR-X10 for a while I have a hard time listening to others. I cant imagine how the feeling would be after trying something so high end as that TH-900...but I sure would like to try once :D
Congrats!

post #8951 of 11259
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Originally Posted by Swolern View Post
 

Got the TH-900 in yesterday. This is my 3rd pair of high-end HP (HD800, T1). OH MY!!!! THE BASS!!! Perfect in every way. The bass stays powerful and maintains its impact throughout the entire range of low frequencies, like i have never heard before.  Powerful enough to make my ears shake,  but kept extremely tight and clean with the smallest decay. Drums sound so realistic full of texture and precision, if you close your eyes you could swear the drum set is next to you. And all this without muffling out the mids/treble which have their own description to go along with them. I may have found my end-game headphones!!! Still new so i need to break them in properly to see what they can really do. 

 

 

Fantastic! Great purchase mate, congrats!

post #8952 of 11259
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Originally Posted by Swolern View Post

Got the TH-900 in yesterday. This is my 3rd pair of high-end HP (HD800, T1). OH MY!!!! THE BASS!!! Perfect in every way. The bass stays powerful and maintains its impact throughout the entire range of low frequencies, like i have never heard before.  Powerful enough to make my ears shake,  but kept extremely tight and clean with the smallest decay. Drums sound so realistic full of texture and precision, if you close your eyes you could swear the drum set is next to you. And all this without muffling out the mids/treble which have their own description to go along with them. I may have found my end-game headphones!!! Still new so i need to break them in properly to see what they can really do. 



Dang, nice buy!!!

Thats the only other pair of cans i want in my inventory right now lol.
post #8953 of 11259
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Originally Posted by cCasper TFG View Post

Definitely. The sub bass increases A LOT. I only listened to a couple songs with the alphas on, but that much was obvious. I will follow up with more differences next week.

 

looks like i'll be purchasing two pairs of alpha pads in the very near future!!! :)

post #8954 of 11259
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post


Dang, nice buy!!!

Thats the only other pair of cans i want in my inventory right now lol.

 

They are so expensive, man.

post #8955 of 11259
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post

They are so expensive, man.

Ikr. Double the price i paid for my djs. And has terrible isolation, but i feel like if i had my signature dj for the loud times and the th900 for when its not i would enjoy the sonic improvements :3
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