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Good BASSY Headphones?

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Ok so I've been kind of researching and trying some headphones that were considered bassy. I've tried the Ultimate Ears UE 700 and the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 80. Again, after researching, people said they were both bassy. I honestly couldn't find the bass at all. I think it is because I'm coming from Beats By Dre and I'm used to the bass quantity. I love how much bass they have but, as everyone knows, it [the bass] isn't very good. Does anyone know any headphones under $250 that have good bass QUANTITY and still sound good? Again I am coming from Beats which have a ton of bass.

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Originally Posted by TrevTrevSharpie View Post

Ok so I've been kind of researching and trying some headphones that were considered bassy. I've tried the Ultimate Ears UE 700 and the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 80. Again, after researching, people said they were both bassy. I honestly couldn't find the bass at all. I think it is because I'm coming from Beats By Dre and I'm used to the bass quantity. I love how much bass they have but, as everyone knows, it [the bass] isn't very good. Does anyone know any headphones under $250 that have good bass QUANTITY and still sound good? Again I am coming from Beats which have a ton of bass.


If you can afford to move up another $50, the M-100's are amazing in the bass department whilst retaining qualitiy textured detail

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If you can afford to move up another $50, the M-100's are amazing in the bass department whilst retaining qualitiy textured detail

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Fischer Audio FA-011

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B&W P5? It's bassy for me...


Edited by Deadlovestory - 1/18/13 at 10:33am
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Sony XB90EX

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No one ever talks about these...  most recommend budget beaters that have so-so sound, yeah these are $60 but if you want Bass and everything else in place and a massive soundstage...look no farther..  Too much bass for me tho...

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/596454/hisoundaudio-popo-reviews-thread-post-your-reviews-here

post #8 of 12
If you want IEM's instead if cans, the JVC FXZ200 has amazing bass. There is a thread on them here. They are one of the best IEM'S I have heard. They will definitely satisfy your bass craving but doesn't have sacrifices like other bass heavy IEM's or cans have.
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Thanks! And does anyone know about the Westone 3? I know they are over my budget but i might save up a little more if they are what i like.

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The W3's are the bassiest BA IEMS I have heard. If you manage to get a 25% off coupon for EarphoneSolutions, you can pick them up for like $280 or something (The W3 Gold, same as the W3 really)
 

post #11 of 12
The Denon D1100 are brilliant. More punchy than the older brother D2000, great bass, soundstage but still keeping a very good balance. A grown up version of the Sony XB500.
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The Denon D1100 are brilliant. More punchy than the older brother D2000, great bass, soundstage but still keeping a very good balance. A grown up version of the Sony XB500.
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