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I bought beats pro thinking it was going to be an amazing experience but I like the sound but I hate the fact of being grouped with another uninformed goes withy the hype type of guy. What would you recommend for the same price as the beats pro
post #2 of 8

If you're the type of person that listens to the type of music that Beats are intended for (bass heavy music), the best pair are the indestructible V-Moda M100s. Beyerdynamic DT770 80 Ohm, Audio Technica M50s, and the Beyerdynamic Custom One Pros come to mind as well.

 

It would be easier to give recommendations if you gave us some more information. What do you listen to? Will you be using them as a portable pair or only at home?

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I bought beats pro thinking it was going to be an amazing experience but I like the sound but I hate the fact of being grouped with another uninformed goes withy the hype type of guy. What would you recommend for the same price as the beats pro

 

The first question is are you dissatisfied with the sound? If the answer is no, stop at this point and don't give a fark what group people assume you're a part of. If the answer is yes, continue.

 

As per what's on my head right now, I'll echo the above poster in suggesting the VModa M100's. They won't give you the big bass response of Beats, but they're an excellent product and full of bass while still being clear, punchy, and ALIVE all over the spectrum.

post #4 of 8

You could also read about Yamaha HPH Pro 500. They preserve a consumer sound signature, forgiving but detailed and punchy. They seem to be slightly more neutral than M100.

 

M100 built quality is well above average.

post #5 of 8

M100 would be my choice as well.

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I bought beats pro thinking it was going to be an amazing experience but I like the sound but I hate the fact of being grouped with another uninformed goes withy the hype type of guy. What would you recommend for the same price as the beats pro

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Edited by kayandjohn - 3/1/14 at 9:04am
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Lol I'll take 2
post #8 of 8
Vmoda m100 all day.
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