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looking for bass heavy over ear headphones for electronic, rock, metal, acoustic, indie and ambient music

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I am willing to spend $150-200 up to $250 not any more on good headphones, bass heavy, coiled cable is preferrable and noise isolating (closed) headphones. The dt 770 pro 80 omh seemed like an option, suggestions welcome biggrin.gif
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Bass heavy? V-moda M80 or M100. I listened to them on Sunday and though they were bassy, it was never overpowering or muddy.

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The m-100, what did you think about them? Are they worth it for $300?
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The m-100, what did you think about them? Are they worth it for $300?

Worth is subjective :)

 

I definitely feel like they were a better headphone than say, the ATH-M50's, definitely much more comfortable as well. But it's really up to the person whether or not the 100's are worth $200 more. If it helps, M100's are generally well liked on these forums, and I could tell why.

 

However, take my advice with a grain of salt, as I don't have as many headphones to compare to as many of the users here.

 

For what it's worth, the AKG K545 or the M100's will be my next portable closed headphone.

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I see... now I got to change ghe question, dt 770pros 80's vs m-100, I noticed someone already asked thqt on headfi and got to the conclusion that even tho the dt770 " have more space" and "are more balanced", none oc them are good -_-"... anysays I like the idea that the 100's are ultra portable but visually remind me of the beats solo *yuck*... tbe whole headphone idea is subjective! frown.gif I like to hear my mids but because audiophiles may take 1 decibel less in the mids as "muddy mids" its really hard for me, and please tell me, what is so great in the m-100? Are they balanced? Do they have great appreciation here in headfi because v-moda supports the page? tongue.gif anyone else reading this please tell me about them
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