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I want some new headphones but I have no idea which

post #1 of 8
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We'll hello everyone! This is my first post

I want to buy some new headphones but I have understanding in models etc, I've heard the m50s are a good choice but I want more answeres, my primary music type is Dubstep so I want good n' fresh bass

My budget is about the same for the 50s, 100-150 dollar, please me kind! thanks!!
post #2 of 8

Are the headphones for use with a portable audio source?

What are all the sources your going to be plugging the headphones into?

post #3 of 8
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Originally Posted by PurpleAngel View Post

Are the headphones for use with a portable audio source?
What are all the sources your going to be plugging the headphones into?

My iPhone , but if it will work for iPhone will it also work for Android devices etc s3 and s4 but that's just a question , I have iPhone 4 if that matters
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Originally Posted by ladarkphoenix View Post


My iPhone , but if it will work for iPhone will it also work for Android devices etc s3 and s4 but that's just a question , I have iPhone 4 if that matters

The ATH-M50 are good rugged bassy headphones and should work with any portable audio (mp3 player and phones).

JVC HA-S500 are only $60, not as bassy as the ATH-M50, but you should like the HA-S500 audio quality just as much as you would the ATH-M50s, maybe even like the HA-S500 more.

post #5 of 8
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So which one is the best for heavy drops of dubstep???
post #6 of 8

Take a look at the ATH-Ws55, they have good bass for your genres. 

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Originally Posted by fabio-fi View Post

Take a look at the ATH-Ws55, they have good bass for your genres. 

So that's the BEST headphones there are for my budget?
post #8 of 8
There are no perfect headphones for a genre, some might sound better for jazz, rock or classic but not necessarily reflect the real impact or sound quality. To let you know: You are not the only guy asking that question around here, there are threads dedicated to dubstep, I suggest you to take your time to read.

Search "headphones for dubstep" and make a list.
Edited by squallkiercosa - 10/9/13 at 6:12am
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