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They're not talking about you. They're talking about me.
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Not sure about what is in their line of headphones at the moment. I have not followed beats in awhile. Have you looked to find the Sennheiser IE8s or IE80s for under $300? If you look hard enough I am sure you could find it.

^this. Bobby. You can do it. If you need help let me know. The ie8/80s are nj your line of sight too.
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^this. Bobby. You can do it. If you need help let me know. The ie8/80s are nj your line of sight too.

are you guys getting the IE80 for under $300 on Amazon? seriously considering one. I can return two IEMs to B&H for almost $380, so not sure if I should just buy new.
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^this. Bobby. You can do it. If you need help let me know. The ie8/80s are nj your line of sight too.

 

I really think launching from the Urbeats to $300+ IEM's is silly if he already thinks the Urbeats sound great. There are other options at half that price that do what Beats nominally do (rattling bass with good definition and presence in the mids/highs). 

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I really think launching from the Urbeats to $300+ IEM's is silly if he already thinks the Urbeats sound great. There are other options at half that price that do what Beats nominally do (rattling bass with good definition and presence in the mids/highs). 

Well, can you suggest any of those half-priced options?
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Well, can you suggest any of those half-priced options?

 

I will pimp the Atrio MG7 for bassheads until I'm blue in the face. They are GLORIOUS headphones.

post #82 of 139
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Others say they're bad though?
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Others say they're bad though?

 

I dunno who those others are, the reviews pretty much everywhere are stellar, especially if you like pounding bass.

post #84 of 139
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Well, I'll try to find some more reviews! Thanks!
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I usually use my Shure SE535 now, but when I am listening to EDM and electronic music I turn to my Denon Urban Raver (Ah-c300), the bass is super punchy. I bought it a year and a half ago for like 250$ but it should be much cheaper now. Not as clear or warm as my Se535, but when it comes to the bass... Raver wins easy. I would also recommend an old favorite of mine, it was like 5-6 years ago but the Ultimate Ear Superfi 5pro, I really liked that one, until it broke and I bought the Se530. 

post #86 of 139
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Alright cool! I'll look into all of those! Thank you!
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Did you take a look at Final Audio Design Adagio II/ Adagio III? I owned Adagio II for 6 months and I can say that I pretty love its sounding. Just look at its frequency response (I can't attach image, sorry) http://i.imgur.com/23kwrmN.png

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I can personally vouch for the Velodyne vPulse as being my basshead earphone of choice...although if you're willing to pay the extra money, the FutureSonics Atrio MG7 will give you a similar sonic experience with build quality that is, in my experience, a bit more reliable.

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