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New in-Ear for basshead

post #1 of 22
Thread Starter 
Hi!

I'm looking for a new pair of in-ear headphones that will be used for Edm/house music. They will be used every day. I'm looking for a pair whit good heavy bass but not overpowering. I have a budget around 100 bucks.

Have a great day!

My old headphones was seni cx 400ll, i think.

And I have one question about hz on headphones:dose lower hz mean better bass?
post #2 of 22
Lower hz doesnt mean anything, theres no rules for hz so manufacturers can BS it by a lot and basically say whatever they want.

For $100 try the Shure SE215 or Yamaha EPH-100 if you can find it. Monster Gratitude is around $65 but has better sound than their price suggests.
post #3 of 22

if u want just sub bass and a okay ish mid  high presentation why wont you try the klipsch s4? if u wanna drop some extra buck get the Se215 as Alexm mentioned 

post #4 of 22
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Sylaw View Post
 

if u want just sub bass and a okay ish mid  high presentation why wont you try the klipsch s4? if u wanna drop some extra buck get the Se215 as Alexm mentioned 

 

 

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Originally Posted by alexm23 View Post

Lower hz doesnt mean anything, theres no rules for hz so manufacturers can BS it by a lot and basically say whatever they want.

For $100 try the Shure SE215 or Yamaha EPH-100 if you can find it. Monster Gratitude is around $65 but has better sound than their price suggests.

I understand that the bass is good in the se215, but how are the mids and highs?

post #5 of 22

Really recommend Sony XB-60 ! Really worth the price for a basshead :D 

post #6 of 22
The Sony XB60 isn't made anymore.
post #7 of 22

Hisoundaudio wooduo 2 has nice bass

post #8 of 22
I've heard a lot of good reviews of the Wooduo 2. They are a hair on the expensive side would be my only issue. Not sure how I feel about the wood construction either but they are on my list of possibles for good bass in a similar post.
post #9 of 22
Thread Starter 
Hi again!

Sadly I won't be able to get the Hisoundaudio wooduo 2, just cuz the fact that they will be imported which adds about 100 to the price. So it will probably be the se215 I get.

I still wonder if the middles and highs are good on the 215 headphones?
Also I wonder about the quality different in se215 vs my old cx400ll.is the se215 going to be a great improvement?

Have a great evening!
post #10 of 22
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Originally Posted by Mr Goat View Post
 

 

 

I understand that the bass is good in the se215, but how are the mids and highs?

bass is tight n punchy and extended nice for its price

mids are parallel with bass

highs are rolled off

engaging sound

if you want highs look elsewhere

post #11 of 22
Thread Starter 
Okay, so it's the se215 the best bang for my buck? Or do anyone else have more tips
post #12 of 22

I've been shopping for much the same thing as you.  Below is my list with comments.

 

HiSound Audio HW2 WooDuo 2 ($100, possibly best bass for price)
JLab Epic ($50, own but may return, good sub-bass not sure about other ranges)
Sony XB60EX ($55,supposed to be great but discontinued)
Velodyne vPulse ($80, bought and returned, not as good as reviews would indicate)
Urbanears Kransen ($39, may buy)
MEE M31 ($30, seem pretty good for bass)
MEE M-Duo ($50, seem decent for bass but also other ranges)
SoundMagic E10 ($30, some reviews are phenomenal, others say they are terrible)
JVC HAFX1X Xtreme Xplosivs ($20, best bass for the price)

post #13 of 22

Somebody posted Future Sonics Atrio MG7 on For Sale/Trade here for $90, see if they're still available Mr. Goat. I own Atrios and many will agree with me when I say they're the final word in IEM sub-bass.

post #14 of 22

my vote goes for the klipsch s4, since they're easy to find from a authorized dealer so you can get warranty if they go defective

post #15 of 22

shure se215 special edition has more lower end performance

its a bang for buck considering its sound, build quality

its hard to find detachable cable in this price range... not all models provide this feature

i think you've got the idea of its sound... rolled off treble... bass and mids are full

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