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Upgrading from Shure SRH750DJ

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I've been looking to get new headphones to replace my Shures (seeking a bit more bass) and I've come across two possible candidates, the V-Moda Crossfade M-100 and the Denon AH D600, as you can probably tell, I do like strong bass and picked headphones that can be considered Beats replacements, so I was wondering which should I buy next? Should I even buy new headphones or keep the Shures? Thanks in advance
post #2 of 4
The d600 would definitely work. Excellent bass easy to drive from a mobile. What do listen to primarily? Where do you do most of your listening? What are your sources and what other headphones are you well acquainted?
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Thread Starter 
I usually listen to EDM mainly, rap, pop as well, so I need strong bass, but I listen to literally every genre so I also need the higher frequencies to be clear as well. And I listen most at home, but do bring headphones out with me, portability isn't a huge deal which is why the Denons still have my interest (not being able to fold). And I listen to music mainly from my HTC One, might also get another iPod soon. And am considering an amp. And the Shures are my first legitimate pair of headphones that I actually put thought into before buying. Thanks for your reply btw
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Theres also the yamaha pro 500

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