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Our measurements were on the website for a while but when we had our outage last week I had to revert to an old version of the site, and the measurements page was no longer valid.  It'll be back again in a couple of days...

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I wish that Sennheiser would release some "momentum bumper edition" which are the same sound but 50% bigger. Think I might just keep the Momentums for music listening and the UE6000 for games. These are the only headphones I have at the moment, all the headphones in my sig are gone, but rated which I think are the best. I should have just kept the D2000 and HD650. Oh well.

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I wonder if you should try something like the JVC HA-SZ2000... I actually don't really like them that much but holy bass!!!! They give me headaches so much bass.

 

Other than that, you are actually looking for a "unicorn" at less than $300...

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HD650 have deep fast tight punchy bass when paired with proper amp such as WA7 and as I read but never heard Lyr while Xonar as well as many others isn't that's why you didn't like what you heard. Thanks God I wasn't successful in selling them and now enjoying sound I was looking for but not a basshead but want to have the bass quality and quantity when recording require it
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I'm going to shamelessly plug my thread about my aud-essey to the Mad Dogs. I wrote a poem. Yes, I have too much time on my hands today:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/669901/from-bose-to-k550-to-momentums-to-dt1350s-to-mad-dogs-my-poem

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Gotta love that bass.

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Originally Posted by olegausany View Post

HD650 have deep fast tight punchy bass when paired with proper amp such as WA7 and as I read but never heard Lyr while Xonar as well as many others isn't that's why you didn't like what you heard. Thanks God I wasn't successful in selling them and now enjoying sound I was looking for but not a basshead but want to have the bass quality and quantity when recording require it

 

Sorry but they do not have sub bass. This is a fact.

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Originally Posted by gelocks View Post

I wonder if you should try something like the JVC HA-SZ2000... I actually don't really like them that much but holy bass!!!! They give me headaches so much bass.

 

Other than that, you are actually looking for a "unicorn" at less than $300...

 

What do you mean by unicorn? it doesn't exist?

 

Is the rest of the sound on the JVC bad?

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What do you mean by unicorn? it doesn't exist?

Is the rest of the sound on the JVC bad?

Methinks my buddy is saying the mythical perfect bass for YOU is unobtainium........
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Originally Posted by nicholars View Post

 

What do you mean by unicorn? it doesn't exist?

 

Is the rest of the sound on the JVC bad?

 

LOL. Probably not... or something will not be good (i.e. good sound, but uncomfortable, or comfortable but not enough bass, etc, etc.)

Also, I think I already wrote it somewhere else, but maybe you should look into the Nuforce HP800 and SoundMagic HP100 also...

 

JVCs... well, it's not that they are bad, their mids are too warm for me and they lack a bit of clarity. I don't like that too much, but, ears/mind are diffeerent. Maybe you will do. Oh, and when EQ'ed, the bass is just way powerful.

 

The Mad Dogs do provide ample bass, but you are a basshead, you will find it lacking...

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Methinks my buddy is saying the mythical perfect bass for YOU is unobtainium........

 

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Originally Posted by gelocks View Post

 

LOL. Probably not... or something will not be good (i.e. good sound, but uncomfortable, or comfortable but not enough bass, etc, etc.)

Also, I think I already wrote it somewhere else, but maybe you should look into the Nuforce HP800 and SoundMagic HP100 also...

 

JVCs... well, it's not that they are bad, their mids are too warm for me and they lack a bit of clarity. I don't like that too much, but, ears/mind are diffeerent. Maybe you will do. Oh, and when EQ'ed, the bass is just way powerful.

 

The Mad Dogs do provide ample bass, but you are a basshead, you will find it lacking...

 

*edit* JVC not available in UK anyway.


Edited by nicholars - 6/26/13 at 7:45pm
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Sorry but they do not have sub bass. This is a fact.

 


They have sub bass down to 20hz atleast. But that is as far down as I can hear. But still the bass I really nice with the Mad Dog, ofc this is no xb500 with too much bloated bass that is for me bad bass. The bass is way better more controlled, punchy, detailed and no bleeding into mids as I hear. I listen to alot of edm alsi and the Mad Dog with Alpha pad is more than enough satisfaction for me without eq in the bass. Maybe im no bass head ofc, as I also like the dt880 bass that is much less than the mad dog.
Edited by Leonarfd - 6/27/13 at 2:58am
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Originally Posted by nicholars View Post

 

Sorry but they do not have sub bass. This is a fact.

 


They have sub bass down to 20hz atleast. But that is as far down as I can hear. But still the bass I really nice with the Mad Dog, ofc this is no xb500 with too much bloated bass that is for me bad bass. The bass is way better more controlled, punchy, detailed and no bleeding into mids as I hear. I listen to alot of edm alsi and the Mad Dog with Alpha pad is more than enough satisfaction for me without eq in the bass. Maybe im no bass head ofc, as I also like the dt880 bass that is much less than the mad dog.

 

This is simply not true about the HD650 bass, go and get a program where you can measure exact tones 10,20,30hz etc. and you can see how much the bass rolls off below 35hz.

 

Anyway thanks for the info on the mad dogs, I don't mean to sound rude, but the HD650 cannot do low sub bass.


Edited by nicholars - 6/27/13 at 5:58am
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That is what I did sine wave fom 1-25000hz., ofc there is roll off at a point. Think you misiunderstood abit, as I ment the the Mad Dog in the sub bass.
Edited by Leonarfd - 6/27/13 at 6:10am
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