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Need help finding In-ear headphones with the best sub-bass under $100

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 

I have been looking into this for a little while now and I have found that the best I seen are the HisoundAudio Wooduo 2 and Sony MDR-XB90EX headphones. Any comparisons for people that have them both or recommendations that might be better/cheap? :D

post #2 of 12

I Have tested the Sony MDR-XB90EX and I didn't like it because off the overwhelming bass. I never heard the HisoundAudio Wooduo 2 so I don't know how well they perform.

Currently I own the Shure SE215 and they are imo the best in ear headphones I ever owned and heard for around $100.

post #3 of 12
Get the Mdr xb90ex! I use them with the fiio e6 to give it enough power and ts 200 comply foam tips. Total around 150. It's worth the extra cash.
post #4 of 12
xb90ex great!
post #5 of 12
Thread Starter 

I saw Joker's review over the Wooduo 2 so I thought it would be a nice candidate to choose, I never saw him review the sony's but I do know but it's been getting alot of nice reviews. especially about it's sub bass! ^-^

post #6 of 12
Yeah, it's exactly what I was looking for. They are larger ear buds but if your looking for bass you've picked the right ones. I wrap the chord over my ear to help with the weight of the buds.
post #7 of 12
Denon c300. Severely underrated IMO, bass goes really deep, and it has a ton of midbass.

I have a review of them here: www.head-fi.org/t/714564/denon-ah-c300-iem-review
post #8 of 12
C300 are good headphones. Your review said that the bass is between 25-30 Hz.. That would be terrible bass. It goes down to 5 Hz actually. The sonys go down to 4 Hz. It doesn't matter we can't hear anything below 20 Hz anyway.
post #9 of 12
when I said 25-30hz I meant that was what I can actually hear, or rather feel. The frequency response of the c300 is 5-25kHz.
Edited by xkonfuzed - 6/17/14 at 3:24pm
post #10 of 12
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when I said 25-30hz I meant that was what I can actually hear, or rather feel. The frequency response of the c300 is 5-35kHz.

5-25kHz***

post #11 of 12
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5-25kHz***
Oops, fixed it
post #12 of 12

The thing I like most about the Denon's is that they have a mic. I haven't tried them but I will. Im curious about dual 11mm drivers per ear. The Sony's are really clear and the bass is epic. Just so everyone is aware these headphones need to be amp'd if you want the full sound. I use the Mdr's with my iPhone 5 and without the Fiio it sounds bright. the bass is still there but its nothing compared to it when its amp'd.

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