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Which of these headphones are best

Poll Results: Best bass/mids/high headphone

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 16% (4)
    denon 2000
  • 4% (1)
    ultrasone 580
  • 0% (0)
    ultrasone 780
  • 0% (0)
    ultrasone 550
  • 20% (5)
    beyerdynamic dt 770 (80 ohms)
  • 8% (2)
    beyerdynamic dt 990
  • 33% (8)
    beats by dre studio/pro :(
  • 0% (0)
    bose quietcomfort 15
  • 0% (0)
    audio technica pro700mk2
  • 4% (1)
    audio technica ath50m
  • 8% (2)
    sennheiser 598
  • 4% (1)
    ultrasone 2500
24 Total Votes  
post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 

Well i have literally been doing anything possible to find the correct headphone because im really nervous about spending my money and then not liking the headphone so i was wondering i have these options (i listen to dubstep, rock, pop, hip hop, alternative, reggae, R&B, classical almost all music so i need there to be great mids and highs but its the bass i want the most i want to have good quality music with great mids and highs and enough bass to rock my head off haha and to literally brag to my friends that i have the best headphone.) Also if there are any suggestions for a better headphone that i am not listing that is fine my budget is $190 but i am buying it used from ebay so it really helps so like i can maybe afford the denon 2000 and such but here is my list - Beyerdynamic dt 770, ultrasone 580, ultrasone 780, ultrasone 750, audio technica ath-pro700mk2 with a fiio e7 amp, audio technica ath50m, denon 2000, ultrasone 2400, beyerdynamic dt 990. So thats my list and all of them can include amps i just added an amp to the audio technica because i was offered the audio technica pro700mk2 and a fiio e7 amp for $160 but im open to all suggestions for more bassy headphones or all opinions on this or all amps/earcups i can use with heapdhones i will put a poll just to see between the ones i listed but i would also appreciate other suggestions if they are better but i want to impress myself and others how good music sounds being crisp and smooth hitting those highs and mids wonderfully but then when i put on some major dubstep and such i can amaze my friends and also get a good quality bass to make it sound better (closed back is better, a ton of bass!!!!, great mids, great highs, -possible noise cancellation not needed-, and i just want a nice quality semi audiophile headphone and want to buy one thats perfect instead of buying a decent one to just save a little extra money then wanting another, thanks for all answers and help and votes!!!! (P.S. im hoping to find people that have had any experience with some/most of these just so they can compare better when one can actually be the better one, and if you vote or suggest a headphone you can also give me an idea of what amps or earcups will improve comfort, bass, sounds and such, thanks!!!

post #2 of 5

Wow... that was just about impossibru to read...

 

Didn't get enough answers in your other 17 polls and duplicate threads?

 

The best mids, best highs, most bass and bragging rights to boot... all for < $200 wow that's going to be a difficult choice.

 

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Edited by TrollDragon - 7/25/12 at 9:50am
post #3 of 5
Quote:
Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Wow... that was just about impossibru to read...

 

Didn't get enough answers in your other 17 polls and duplicate threads?

 

The best mids, best highs, most bass and bragging rights to boot... all for < $200 wow that's going to be a difficult choice.

 

beerchug.gif

pretty much this.

 

 

 

There is no 'BEST' headphone. Everyone has their own personal preference.  A lot of people prefer my $30 pannies over $150 M50's and vice versa.  It will be nearly impossible to tell you which headphones are best for  <$200 with best mids, highs, and bass.

 

You should stop worrying so much. Read some reviews and then see which one has what you're looking for and buy it. If this is your first pair of good headphones then you shouldn't worry because pretty much anything will sound better.

 

I'd advise to steer away from the Beats though, bad price for peformance.


Edited by Supertoaster - 7/25/12 at 2:29pm
post #4 of 5

Stay away from Beats. To many fakes out there and way to overpriced.

 

For the money and what you listen to...

 

If you have an amp.. Beyerdynamic DT 990/250 Pro's Can buy them on Amazon right now for $199

 

No AMP Ultrasone HIFI 780, DT770/80 or Pro700mk2

 

No Bose no Beats and no M50's 

 

Good Luck

post #5 of 5

I think DT770s or 990s, they stick more towards the consumer v-curve, while still sounding good. The look pretty nice IMO and they're built like tanks.

If you could spend the money, DT990s with a Fiio E7 would be a good choice. If not, like stated above, HIFI 780s or DT770s

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