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post #1 of 25
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So i want to buy new headphones for dubstep

 

So far i want to buy the M50S Red, which are worth 650 Israeli Sheckel ( 183 dollar, yeah i know, taxes are high here in israel )

 

Are they good for heavy drops, strong from falls, and are they compatible with an iPhone 4?

 

If there are better headphones then those, please reply

post #2 of 25

The M50S Red is not a headset and will be compatible with your iPhone 4.  They are built really well and should last you a long time even with a few drops.  The earpads can wear over the years so you will want to leather oil them once every couple of months to keep them moist.

 

The ATH-M50 were my first serious headphone.

post #3 of 25
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Originally Posted by NA Blur View Post

The M50S Red is not a headset and will be compatible with your iPhone 4.  They are built really well and should last you a long time even with a few drops.  The earpads can wear over the years so you will want to leather oil them once every couple of months to keep them moist.

The ATH-M50 were my first serious headphone.

Isn't the m50s has a 3.5 mm cable? That's what the iPhone had no? And if it doesn't are there any adapters
post #4 of 25

The M50 comes with both the 1/8 inch ( 3.5mm ) screw on adapter and a 1/4 inch jack.

post #5 of 25

The M50 will play music from your iPhone just fine, it just doesn't have a mic for phone calls or remote for controlling the volume or skipping tracks.

post #6 of 25
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Originally Posted by ladarkphoenix View Post
 

So I want to buy new headphones for dubstep

So far i want to buy the M50S Red, which are worth 650 Israeli Sheckel ( 183 dollar, yeah i know, taxes are high here in israel )

Are they good for heavy drops, strong from falls, and are they compatible with an iPhone 4?

If there are better headphones then those, please reply

Takstar Pro 80 (Gemibi HSR-1000) are a good low costing headphone.

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/TAKSTAR-T-S-Pro80-Professional-audio-monitor-Closed-Dynamic-Stereo-Headphones-Free-Shipping/682880742.html

post #7 of 25
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Originally Posted by PurpleAngel View Post

Takstar Pro 80 (Gemibi HSR-1000) are a good low costing headphone.
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/TAKSTAR-T-S-Pro80-Professional-audio-monitor-Closed-Dynamic-Stereo-Headphones-Free-Shipping/682880742.html

Is it better then the m50s? Cause I have money to spend and I want really good droops
post #8 of 25

If you want lots of bass, the M-Audio Q40 are a lot better than the M50.

post #9 of 25
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Originally Posted by ladarkphoenix View Post

Is it better then the ATH-M50s? Cause I have money to spend and I want really good droops

I personally like the Takstar Pro 80 a little better then the ATH-M50s.

I'm just not into super bassy headphones (ATH-M50) any more.

 

You could try asking on this thread to get other opinions on the ATH-M50 vs. Pro 80.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/585356/the-takstar-technical-pro-gemini-greathon-thread

post #10 of 25
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Originally Posted by blueangel2323 View Post

If you want lots of bass, the M-Audio Q40 are a lot better than the M50.

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Originally Posted by PurpleAngel View Post

I personally like the Takstar Pro 80 a little better then the ATH-M50s.
I'm just not into super bassy headphones (ATH-M50) any more.

You could try asking on this thread to get other opinions on the ATH-M50 vs. Pro 80.
http://www.head-fi.org/t/585356/the-takstar-technical-pro-gemini-greathon-thread


Ok so I don't have the Q40 in the market here, and so with the Taskback pro 80, guess I'll buy the m50S, but another question, the m50S are basses right? So is TOO bassy, like literally shake every time a little drop occurs? Or is it ok? I want personal experience opinions, ( people who had them ) please
post #11 of 25
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Originally Posted by ladarkphoenix View Post



Ok so I don't have the Q40 in the market here, and so with the Taskback pro 80, guess I'll buy the m50S, but another question, the m50S are basses right? So is TOO bassy, like literally shake every time a little drop occurs? Or is it ok? I want personal experience opinions, ( people who had them ) please


There bassy, in comparison to a balanced headphone, but not overboard.

Maybe ask about the ATH-M50s here.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/483144/ath-m50-expectations/360

post #12 of 25
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Originally Posted by PurpleAngel View Post


There bassy, in comparison to a balanced headphone, but not overboard.
Maybe ask about the ATH-M50s here.
http://www.head-fi.org/t/483144/ath-m50-expectations/360

It said the m50s lack bass and stuff frown.gif
post #13 of 25

Yeah the M50's may sound bassy to people who are used to neutral sound signatures, but they are really not that bassy. In fact they're one of the standard headphones used for monitoring in recording studios, so they're not that far from accurate. Too bassy would be Sony XB500 :rolleyes:

post #14 of 25
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Originally Posted by blueangel2323 View Post
 

Yeah the M50's may sound bassy to people who are used to neutral sound signatures, but they are really not that bassy. In fact they're one of the standard headphones used for monitoring in recording studios, so they're not that far from accurate. Too bassy would be Sony XB500 :rolleyes:

So Neither i wont feel anything neither i will feel and my brain will turn into an omelte with too much bass

 

So pretty much, the M50S is good for dubstep drops and stuff? final question

post #15 of 25
What blueangel said. They have good sub bass extension (go deep) and have a little bass emphasis. The M50s work fine with dubstep.
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