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Some Cans With Good Bass For 300$

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So im new to the forums and i have been searching around for quite some time for a pair of good headphones with a lot of bass that doesn't wash out mids and highs. I mostly listen to electronic music, and i know that headphones cant reproduce the earth shattering bass at concerts and clubs etc. But some cans that can at least rattle my head a little would be cool. Talking to people i know and people at stores and things they all say get beats. But there has got be something better out there that isnt ludicrously over priced, (and that probably sounds a lot better to for cheaper). I have been looking around amazon and other places and found a few in my price range.

-Ultrasone Hifi 780

-Beyerdynamic dt770 pros

-M Audio q40

To name a few but what are your guys suggestions and thoughts on these headphones? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

btw i wanna use them for portable listening on my samsung galaxy s3 but i also wanna use them with my pioneer amp and my computer.

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AKG Tiesto K167 may be up your alley...

 

In the full size forum you will see a thread on them for more information.

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Denon D2000 and Ultrasone HI780 or Pro900

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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

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I took a look at those headphones but i can only find them in the states and im in canada, so the best sony xb's i could find were the 700, are they any good in comparison?

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Hey guys i did some more research and i decided on the beyerdynamic dt770 pro 80 ohm edition headphones because i am definitely a basshead, thanks for the input though. It was really close between those and the ultrasone hifi 780's.

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You can many brands here in Canada and M80 are highly recommended because it offers tight punchy bass and very detailed mids and highs.

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You can get the on ebay for $230 or accessoryjack.com for $159 and add $20 for ems for only $180 smily_headphones1.gif
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