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HeadBanger Audio Universal Ear Subs (*need for Autism Audio Therapy)

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Hi, 1st time member, long time browser / fan of this site for my hearing specs.

In short, I havent heard anything that sounds close to my HeadBanger Audio Universal Ear Subs.

It started with getting the PSP 1000 version, mindfvck of bass and balance, then I bought the Universal version in '06.

Today, the company is no more, and I need a backup pair or two.

 

Im on the Autistic Spectrum, and I find that basic earbuds, nor 'beats by' styles satisfy my personal specs.

Im into audio therapy and music production, bass vibrations are key. I can literally feel the bass in my chest with these ear subs.

Im seeking advice on the best way to track down overstock or used pairs of these Ear Subs?

Any members here still have them?

Ebay / Craigslist are no dice, these buds werent really popular, though most reviewers seemed to love them as I do.

 

On the other hand, Ive noticed the structure of these have a rear ported driver, a canal? and a built-in amp battery pack, so I was thinking maybe a pair of JVC or Sony big driver buds, with an amp from the FiiO line would give me the same effect or better? 

Any experience or comparisons with this setup vs my ear subs from those who've heard them both?


Edited by newagerave - 6/6/14 at 12:37am
post #2 of 6

Maybe the Skullcandy Skullcrushers. Lol, never thought I should recommend those 'phones. Else, the ZO2 amp with bass boost and sony xb500 or 1000. Don't know of any buds.

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Originally Posted by davidsh View Post

Maybe the Skullcandy Skullcrushers. Lol, never thought I should recommend those 'phones. Else, the ZO2 amp with bass boost and sony xb500 or 1000. Don't know of any buds.


Well for pure bass the Skullcandy Crushers are better then the Skullcrushers imo



Also the V-moda Crossfade LP is decent at $100-109
post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the responses, not to be Donnie Downer, but Ive gotta have in-ear buds too because, big magnet drivers in cans over my ears, mess with my head in an EMF radiation symptoms way.

The buds are called "HeadBanger Audio Universal Ear Subs"

 

Im hoping this is the place where I can find a few people who still have these laying around to sell, or recommend another brand of in ear buds with similar design and results.

Ive still got the Sony PSP pair for travel and universal pair for studio/therapy, but I feel paranoid not having a backup.

 

 

post #5 of 6

Ultrasone reduces EMF radiation through use of MU-metal shielding if my memory doesn't fail me. It is quite significant, something like 98%.

 

Else, I have heard of some seats or something to strap to your chair that should conduct bass frequencies in your body, might be something for you.

post #6 of 6

Try the Velodyne vPulse, it's an in-ear headphone with an elevated bass response that's crafted by a subwoofer manufacturer. Also it's not too expensive and the above-bass frequencies are fairly clean. Be mindful of listening too loud though, over time it could be detrimental to your hearing. Good luck!

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