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post #16 of 25

Best thing to do would be to find a store where they have demos and listen for yourself.

 

If you can find a used pair of WS99 they are better than the M50. The Head-Fi classifieds are a good place to check.

post #17 of 25
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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

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

k thanks for your help guys :)

post #18 of 25
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Originally Posted by blueangel2323 View Post

Best thing to do would be to find a store where they have demos and listen for yourself.

If you can find a used pair of WS99 they are better than the M50. The Head-Fi classifieds are a good place to check.

Nah I don't have the ws99 here, I'll stick with the m50, if it had sub bass and mid bass what does it mean? Does that mean when drops will occur it will not be as good as other headphones cause it doesn't had ' high bass '?
post #19 of 25
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Nah I don't have the ws99 here, I'll stick with the m50, if it had sub bass and mid bass what does it mean? Does that mean when drops will occur it will not be as good as other headphones cause it doesn't had ' high bass '?

Sub bass is 20hz-60hz, mid bass is 80-160hz, upper bass is 160-300hz. Some headphones only have midbass and upper bass (like the older Beats) with no sub bass. If it has sub bass and mid bass that is a good thing. You don't want upper bass to be emphasized, or else the mids will sound muddy.

post #20 of 25
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Originally Posted by blueangel2323 View Post

Sub bass is 20hz-60hz, mid bass is 80-160hz, upper bass is 160-300hz. Some headphones only have midbass and upper bass (like the older Beats) with no sub bass. If it has sub bass and mid bass that is a good thing. You don't want upper bass to be emphasized, or else the mids will sound muddy.
k thx smily_headphones1.gif

But what's the diffrence between the m50 and m50s
post #21 of 25

M50 has coiled cable, M50S has straight cable

post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by blueangel2323 View Post

M50 has coiled cable, M50S has straight cable

What's the diffrence?
post #23 of 25

The coiled cable is like a spring and stretches an catches on everything while the straight cable is more like a traditional headphone cable seen on most headphones these days.

 

Go with the straight cable.

post #24 of 25

Left is straight, right is coiled.

 

post #25 of 25
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Left is straight, right is coiled.



Lol thanks

Anyway I'm closed on the m50s red color for dubstep! Thank you forum!!!
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