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Shure srh 840 good for trance?

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I'm almost sold on them. My only concern is do they have enough bass (rumble) for trance?

coming from a Grado 60i owner. Do they have more rumble compared to the Grado 60i?

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I'm almost sold on them. My only concern is do they have enough bass (rumble) for trance?
coming from a Grado 60i owner. Do they have more rumble compared to the Grado 60i?

Quite a lot more. (Grado doesn't have much.)

But it depends how much bass you want as some others will give you more sub-bass, such as DT770.
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Quite a lot more. (Grado doesn't have much.)

But it depends how much bass you want as some others will give you more sub-bass, such as DT770.

I don't want too much bass.

BTW, how the Shures are compared against the HD 380 pro?

I'm getting the HD 380 pro for 75$ less than the Shures in my country.

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I don't want too much bass.
BTW, how the Shures are compared against the HD 380 pro?
I'm getting the HD 380 pro for 75$ less than the Shures in my country.

I'm not familiar with HD380 and though I enjoy SRH840 and found it plays everything fine, I never tested it with trance music. So I think it would be best to ask for input on their respective threads. It could be something different from either is what you're really looking for.
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