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headphones with the most bass, I don't care what type (iem, full, or on ear). Under $600?

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I am just looking for headphones with the most bass, but not just outrageously expensive. I love my dubstep. I think what in looking for is the ultrasone pro 900??
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Like impact bass, pounding bass that you can feel. Some other ones that I've heard of are the Sony mdr xb series, beyers, and denon 2000's and the monster turbines.
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Well... I've heard Sony MDR - XB500 have enough bass to make your jaw move (seriously) They might be a nice place to start. Others here might have some recommendations. I read good things about turbines too. 

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The Sony MDR-XB1000 ($273 at Amazon) has all the bass you could ever want, and is very comfortable too due to the pillow-like pads.

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IEM = Sennheiser IE8/80

Headphone = Audio Technica solid bass? 

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you might want to take a look at this, sir:

http://www.headfonia.com/bass-to-the-power-of-two-pro700-mk2/

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The IE80 and FX700 has plenty of bass for dynamic IEMs. The TF10 also has a lot of bass being a BA IEM.

 

If you want a lot of head-vibrating sub bass the Denon 5000s has that in spades.

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another vote for denons. D2000 and D5000. Also look at the Beyer DT250. Those however are rather unforgiving as far as bass goes. Bad recordings sounds terrible. Listening to some skrillex, it shows up the low quality of of the samples. 


Edited by Crenshaw - 3/7/12 at 7:40am
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I heard etymotics are some bass beasts wink.gif
But in seriousness, turbines are amazing for dubstep.
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Thread Starter 
So the Sony 1000's have more impact bass than the ultrasone pro 900's!?
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