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Bass Heavy, but Accurate Headphones for $150?

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Hello, fairly new here on Head-Fi. But I am looking for a new pair of headphones that will exceed my needs. I mostly listen to bassier genres and EDM. From Techno, Trance, Dubstep, House, etc... And I'd like a pair of headphones that will dominate any bassheads needs, and can keep up with fast paced music without a problem. I am on a budget for around $150.. And may go over if completely necessary.
Preferably a Over-Ear and detatchable cable. Any suggestions? I have looked into Beats Studios, and I know they are greatly disliked in this community, but I do love the impact and amount of bass they produce. I just do not like how the lows take over the whole frequency chart.
I have also looked into Beyerdynamics fancy new Custom One Pros, but not sure just how good they are in quality and bass. Also the exposed wire frightens me.
post #2 of 6

Hi,

 

You should consider Shure SRH-840 and SoundMagic HP-100. Both provide very good sound quality. HP-100s are smoother with better sub bass response, while 840s have more punchy mid bass and provide more isolation.

 

Best Luck!

post #3 of 6
I think you might be looking for one of the V-Modas.
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Any looks at the COP's?
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Originally Posted by Avelign View Post

Any looks at the COP's?

 

I liked this video review of K267, which has a similar bass boost feature.

 

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Well conclusion was made by myself. Got the Custom One Pros. And quite happy with them!
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