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What are some of the best bassy IEMs at the moment?

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What are some of the best bassy IEMs at the moment?


 



I have a little very cheap pair which have crazy BASS lol.. JVC Extreme Exlosives there only £11.20:) sound quality on them is good, well very good for the price! i bought mine 2years ago and have had alot of use smily_headphones1.gif i think i paid £20-£30 for them back then haha..

http://www.amazon.co.uk/JVC-HAFX1X-Xtreme-Xplosives-Headphones/dp/B004S7Q8CA
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Thanks man anymore suggestions?

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Shure SE 215 are quite bassy and a good value at $100, considering the excellent build quality.

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Thanks man anymore suggestions?


 



No problem:) but these really do have ALOT of bass its like laying beside a sub woofer.. can make your brain vibrate lol
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Thanks man anymore suggestions?

 



No problem:) but these really do have ALOT of bass its like laying beside a sub woofer.. can make your brain vibrate lol

 

 

 

ya but the overall Sound quality is meh  but then again at 16 bucks does it really matter lol?

 

 

The Shure Se215 is a better sounding product with good quality bass

post #7 of 19
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I think I'm going to try the JVC's first and see how they are before considering the SE215s any other suggestions?

post #8 of 19

Depends on your budget man... how much are you trying to spend? What *type* of bass are you trying to achieve.. subbass, midbass, balanced bass.. please realize being bassy can have all sorts of different meaning.

 

But going by assumption and low budget (so you can try them to get a sense of what you like without hurting your wallet)

 

HiSound WooDuo 2 (subbass rumble)

JVC HAFX101 (midbass thump)

SoundMagic E10 (balanced bass, not as overbearing)

 

Those would be my 3 votes to cover the basis of bass! :)

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I wanted to go for a cheap mid bass earphones so I got the JVC Xtreme Xplosives HA-FR201B for $16. I'll let you guys know how it goes when I get them but in the meantime thanks for all your help guys its greatly appreciated.

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I wanted to go for a cheap mid bass earphones so I got the JVC Xtreme Xplosives HA-FR201B for $16. I'll let you guys know how it goes when I get them but in the meantime thanks for all your help guys its greatly appreciated.

 

Good choice.. and yeah.. midbass kings that will keep your wallet happy. And you got the mic'd version.. nice!

 

Comply tips help comfort/sound imo.. by a big.. BIG margin. Invest in that too. :P

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The TF10 gets really nice reviews and they're supposedly V-shaped (at least that what my sources say).

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Just got the JVC Xtreme Xplosives HA-FR201B and its amazing. The bass is just right and it gets really loud. Pretty decent noise isolation and all really comfortable too.

 

JVC Xtreme Xplosives HA-FR201B + http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrzEdgwcBzs = rape

 

Thanks for the suggestions guys you did not let me down :)

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Just got the JVC Xtreme Xplosives HA-FR201B and its amazing. The bass is just right and it gets really loud. Pretty decent noise isolation and all really comfortable too.

 

JVC Xtreme Xplosives HA-FR201B + http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrzEdgwcBzs = rape

 

Thanks for the suggestions guys you did not let me down :)

awesome man.. enjoy!!!!!!!!!!! :beerchug:

post #14 of 19

You won't find much better than the Shure se215s when it comes to overall sound quality, substantial bass and value.

post #15 of 19

shure se215 are not bassy...

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