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post #16 of 31
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I just looked in the for sale section and couldn't find the sennheisers. If I can find a pair for $300 with factory warranty, or that allows like a 30 day return, at least, I'd probably go with those.
post #17 of 31
Honestly buddy...look at the denon c300. For what you are describing, it is head on. You might like the fx700 or ie80. I've owned all of these and have tested them extensively. Fx700s are better for natural sounding instruments. If you listen to edm, hiphop almost all the sounds are synthesized. C300 has an amazing bass response with very nice clarity. If you aren't willing to spend big boy money (more than $300) the c300 fits the bill too. Can be found for $80 now! Usually around $150!
post #18 of 31
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Yeah, I guess I'm leaving my wallet with the big-boy money at home for today!

I have a $300 budget. For buds? I would imagine that isn't THAT small of a budget, right?
post #19 of 31

Heads up, all the buds that people are suggesting here have much less bass than Urbuds.

post #20 of 31
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Really? Okay, let me just start by asking this:

Is there any pair of ear buds out there that have better bass with cleaner sound at higher volume levels? Yes or no?
post #21 of 31
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Originally Posted by Bobby123179 View Post

Really? Okay, let me just start by asking this:

Is there any pair of ear buds out there that have better bass with cleaner sound at higher volume levels? Yes or no?

 

Better? Yes. More? No.

post #22 of 31
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Better? Yes. More? No.

In your words, please define "better". Quality of bass? Tone, depth, richness? Quantity? Bass impact? Slam? Rumble?

post #23 of 31
There exists an IEM out there that has better quality, tone, texture, you name it.

But I doubt there is one that had more quantity than see products, unless its UE's PERM which costs $2000
post #24 of 31
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Better as in all of the above. Rumble, depth, volume, quantity, etc. I want it to be more present and heavy. Deeper too.
post #25 of 31

FX700 has more sub bass than the ie8, ie8 has more mid bass, depends what you want, both extend well with bass but the FX700`s have a tad more treble extension and clearer mids.

post #26 of 31
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So you're saying the fx700's are better in your opinion?
post #27 of 31
It still has less than dre products
post #28 of 31
Thread Starter 
Someone is just suggesting that I should get the ZO2 amp and that would make my headphones produce the bass I want, apparently.
post #29 of 31

What I'm saying is, unless you have $2000 to drop on a pair of earbuds or overear headphones, you won't find anything that has the sheer volume of bass that beats do.

 

If you do have $2000, http://custom.ultimateears.com/en-us/home/ue-personal-reference-monitors and never look at earbuds ever again.

post #30 of 31
Thread Starter 
What if I used an amplifier to bass boost my cans?
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