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Looking for iems with a LOT of bass for under $350

post #1 of 21
Thread Starter 
I pretty much only listen to electronic music with heavy bass. So i want subwoofers in my ears. biggrin.gif Ive heard of asg 1s and fxz200s having good bass,but just wondering if there are any others to think about.
post #2 of 21
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Bump
post #3 of 21

First off - http://www.head-fi.org/t/596233/buying-portable-or-in-ear-headphones-seeking-guidance-dont-start-a-new-thread-ask-for-advice-here

http://www.head-fi.org/t/478568/multi-iem-review-278-iems-compared-astrotec-am-800-dx-60-added-03-31-13-p-659

 

The FXZ200s would do quite well, yes. If you just want us to list a bunch of bass-heavy units, that's understandable. Otherwise any other preference (if applicable) in terms of mid/treble quality, or even simply qualities of the bass (texture, speed, characteristics as such), not to mention comfort, isolation, build, etc - stating those would give us an easier handle for recommendations as we would be able to personalize them better (a list of basshead IEMs can be easily compiled, either from review references or otherwise).

 

But to comply with pretenses regarding current wishes, here's an arbitrary list - 

FXZ200/100

Atrios MG7

CKS1000

EPH-100

MTPG/MTPC/Tributes/Trumpets

Among other things.

post #4 of 21

Atrio MG7 have the best bass I have ever heard

post #5 of 21

MTPG or FXZ200s. If you had a higher budget then maybe consider the ASG 2.

post #6 of 21
Thread Starter 
Do the trumpets really have bass rivaling that of the fxz200s?
post #7 of 21

I think it was the tributes that had the big bass but they are now discontinued.

post #8 of 21
Thread Starter 
What about the MTPGs? Do they have bass as good as the FXZs?
post #9 of 21

Atrio mg7

Sennheiser IE80

MTPG

Yamaha EPH-100

 

In that orfer of bass quantity probably

post #10 of 21

The Denon C300 has most powerfull bass i have ever heard on IEMs include more than UE SF5EB, JVC FX700, FXZ200, MTP Gold and IE8. Denon C300 has large dual dynamic drivers(earpiece is bigger than most dynamic drivers IEMs) and they produce very powerfull bass and crisp clear, mids, highs even bit more clear than IE80 in mids, highs and wider soundstage. It also has some extra features built in earpiece and it match well with these genres music.

post #11 of 21
Thread Starter 
The Denons are definately something to think about. And nicholars the Monster Tributes seem to have heavier bass than the MTPGs from the reviews ive read. So how would they rank on the list? Also whats a safe place to buy from? Ive encountered fakes before and i dont care to do it again.
post #12 of 21

I PM'd you if you are interested....

 

I think the tributes are now discontinued.... It is the trumpets which are still in production... Not sure if they have more or less bass and the Turbines... There are a lot of fake turbines about though so I wouldnt buy them on ebay.

post #13 of 21
Thread Starter 
Does anybody know how good the trumpets are on bass? I like the design so much that i might get them even if they have lighter bass than the pro golds. But if there is little to no punch in the bass i will get the denons.
post #14 of 21
The Trumpets have less bass. They still have a bass emphasis, though they're the least bassy of the Monsters I've heard. I'd put them about on par with the JVC FX700s.
post #15 of 21

Personally, I recommend the Miles Davis Tributes. You can still find them on eBay and Amazon and they have the bassiest sound I've heard in an IEM, beating out the MG7 Atrio M5.

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