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According to the graphs on InnerFidelity and HeadRoom, the Crossfade LP2's have more bass than the Sony XB700's, overall.

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According to the graphs on InnerFidelity and HeadRoom, the Crossfade LP2's have more bass than the Sony XB700's, overall.
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Are you sure? smily_headphones1.gif

 

Oh, lol. I wasn't looking for the XB700's IN the Frequency Graph comparer. Lol.

 

I'm still hesitating on whether or not the $60 XB700's I found are fakes or not...The description said 40mm drivers, so.

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@Heitek, find a certified seller!
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No Heitek, you will not be satisfied by the XB700. Or the XB500. I think what you need is a pair of Beats Studios, and a Digizoid ZO2. THEN you will have your base. smily_headphones1.gif Alternatively, strapping two subs to your head might sound right. Make sure you get a nice rubber band for that. Fiio makes cheap but decent ones. 

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No Heitek, you will not be satisfied by the XB700. Or the XB500. I think what you need is a pair of Beats Studios, and a Digizoid ZO2. THEN you will have your base. smily_headphones1.gif Alternatively, strapping two subs to your head might sound right. Make sure you get a nice rubber band for that. Fiio makes cheap but decent ones. 

 

Hah, I'm not spending $300 on a pair of Beats. Nice try *sarcasm*.

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Reproduces the entire audible spectrum, from 10hz to 500hz. What more do you need?

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Reproduces the entire audible spectrum, from 10hz to 500hz. What more do you need?

 

You know, I've been constantly watching my eye on these. The only thing that has been holding me back from buying these is if the reviewers are not "hi-fi" reviewers.

 

Does anyone else here think I should just get the Crushers and return them if I don't like them? (which will be unlikely, reading the reviews on skullcandy.com)

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You know, I've been constantly watching my eye on these. The only thing that has been holding me back from buying these is if the reviewers are not "hi-fi" reviewers.

 

Does anyone else here think I should just get the Crushers and return them if I don't like them? (which will be unlikely, reading the reviews on skullcandy.com)

Hmm I may have been trying to be facetious. I doubt the crusher will be any better than the LP in terms of clarity. They might have more bass though.

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Hmm I may have been trying to be facetious. I doubt the crusher will be any better than the LP in terms of clarity. They might have more bass though.

 

Interesting. Have you tried out the Crushers yourself?

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Interesting. Have you tried out the Crushers yourself?

Nope. If I were you I would buy q40's and maybe an amp with bass boost.

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Nope. If I were you I would buy q40's and maybe an amp with bass boost.

 
So, all in all, the Q40's have a detailed SQ and about 70% as much bass as the LPs?
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I haven't read this whole thread, but, based on what I have read, what you really ought to do at this point is try a few of the most promising suggestions. As much help as recommendations from more experience listeners is, the choice comes down to you and what you like best.

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I haven't read this whole thread, but, based on what I have read, what you really ought to do at this point is try a few of the most promising suggestions. As much help as recommendations from more experience listeners is, the choice comes down to you and what you like best.
+1 Heitek needs to just get headphones right now! Ahaha
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