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Bassy In-ear Headphones under £50

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 

Hi,

 

I have been looking round for a while for some all round good quality in ear headphones, but sort of stand out in the low bass area.

So far i have found, TDK IE800 and MEElectronics M Duo. Both similar price but i am not sure which one is better for my needs and if there are any better ones please suggest them!!

Thanks

post #2 of 7

I love bassier IEMs and headphones as well, and just from personal experience I would say the Vsonic GR02 would fit your budget easily. You can find them on ebay usually. I like to pair them with a Fiio E6 as well for an even better experience but you don't have to.

post #3 of 7

Look for a deal on the Sony MDR-XB60EX or higher model ear buds. I have the XB60's and though I have to use the eq on my phone to bring out the highs a bit better the bass by default is the best I've heard from buds. The higher models most likely sound better; though the XB60's sound good.

post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 

Do you have anything to compare the XB60's to?

post #5 of 7

Brainwavz M2.

 

Radiopaq Jazz's are also not bad, quite stunnuing value at the present dirt cheap price too.

 

oh and i beleve you can find the Wooduo2's for about £60.  they have epic bass for the money.

post #6 of 7
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Do you have anything to compare the XB60's to?

 

Well I have the following buds: Sony MDR-EX85LP, Klipsch Image S4i,  Sennheiser CX-200 as well as the XB60's and the XB60's by FAR have superior bass output. None of the other buds have bass like this but thats not to say the others don't sound good or better. They just have less bass and in some case much less bass.

 

Clarity wise my MDR-EX85's are the best of my bunch. Followed by the S4i, but when I want great bass for my electronic & pop music I always pull out the XB60's.

 

I can only assume that the higher model XB line would produce even better sound.

post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 

But the XB60's still produce good sound when in the mids and highs?

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