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Looking for some IEMs with deep bass (<$350)

post #1 of 27
Thread Starter 

Hey guys, so I've gotten a lot of use out of my Westome UM2s and am ready to upgrade. I'm looking for some IEMs that deliver deep bass that hits hard but doesnt take over the music (ya know, like the b word). I can sacrifice some mids, but trebles and highs would be ideal to keep (I listen to rap). My budget is around $350, give or take

 

Many thanks!

post #2 of 27

Check the aurisonics ASG-1

I heard lots of good thing about it now ready myself to order it soon.

Here is the website with more info http://www.aurisonics.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=23&products_id=132

Once I get it I will post my impressions on aurisonic thread

post #3 of 27
I would suggest checking out both the TF10 and W3.
post #4 of 27
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Originally Posted by xaddictionx View Post

I would suggest checking out both the TF10 and W3.

i also suggest the tf10, i find the tf10 with the dual wooder BA and sing BA for mids and highs. the double woofer  seems to love bass boost/bass eq'D imo bass gets very deep

post #5 of 27

Sony XBA-40 has a very deep and clean bass (if you have a good source)

post #6 of 27

The JVC FX700 offers really deep reverbing heavy punchy bass and crisp clear mids with extended highs and fairly wide soundstage, IMO FX700 better than UE TF10Pro, W3 in bass region and has overal better soundquality.

post #7 of 27
ASG-1 and TF10 are not what you are looking for. I have owned both and they don't have the boom you're describing. I suggest Future Sonics Atrios from personal experience, FX700 based on the reviews I've read.
post #8 of 27

Try Atrio M5. Strong bass, clean and somewhat recessed mids and good treble.

post #9 of 27

VSonic GR07 Bass Edition!!!!  I listen to mostly hip-hop, and these things are amongst the best I've ever heard.  I own the Future Sonic Atrios, and the Vsonics blow them out of the water in every way possible, from sound quality, to soundstage, to fit.  They are well within your stated budget, and they do not sacrifice the mids at all.  Check the reviews on these bad boys from other people.  Since I've gotten them, I haven't enjoyed my other IEMs, and the best part is, the more I burn them in, the better they sound.  What's more fun than something incredible that actually gets better every day?

post #10 of 27
X2 for vsonic gr07 bass edition , love them so much that I don't use any of my other iems. biggrin.gif
post #11 of 27
Thread Starter 

Thanks so much everyone! You've all been a huge help! 

I've been eyeballing the JVC FXZ200s as well, any thoughts on them?

post #12 of 27
I have the fxz200 as well but they can't touch the gr07 bass edition at at even after 500hr of burn in which I gave them. smily_headphones1.gif
post #13 of 27
Thread Starter 

What about treble and mids on the gr07 bass edition? Does the bass wash out everything else?

post #14 of 27
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Originally Posted by maxloubet14 View Post

What about treble and mids on the gr07 bass edition? Does the bass wash out everything else?

Definitely not. The BE bass is extended and prominent but never to the point of muddying up the rest of the sound signature.

 

Oh, and I'm putting in a vote for the GR07 BE too! biggrin.gif It's probably my favorite IEM ever.

post #15 of 27
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Definitely not. The BE bass is extended and prominent but never to the point of muddying up the rest of the sound signature.

 

Oh, and I'm putting in a vote for the GR07 BE too! biggrin.gif It's probably my favorite IEM ever.


+1 GR07 BE is absoltely awesome, real convincing bass that goes deep and is tight.

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