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What should I get after my Audio-Technica ATH-M50X's?

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So I have had My Ath-M50's for about a 2 years now  recently I find myself wanting something but I dont know If it can get any better Than the M50x's for the price?

 

 

I listen to EDM, House, Hip Hop and rock. My budget would probably be about $250. I would want something thats very comfortable because was what the M50's were lacking and I like a good amount of bass but keeping the clarity of the M50's. I just need something higher up in the audio "game". I know all of the love a praise for the M50x's but. I need to find a headphone that is a step up from the M50.

 

I just plug into my phone or computer, But saying that I would like to learn my about amps and stuff like that.


Edited by Slapaplis - 4/13/15 at 9:31am
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Used Focal Spirit Professional or NAD VISO HP50. Or used Sennheiser HD 600 or Philips Fidelio X2 if you want open-back.

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The HD600 may be a little lacking on the low end for your taste in music. The X2, on the other hand is a solid choice for an open back for EDM & rap.

 

For a closed back, I'd take a look at the B&W P7 or maybe a used fostex TH600 if you can go that high?  

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Do you want more/less/same bass amount in comparison to other frequencies than the M50X?

Also know that if you go more bass, that has to be in relation to something else. So a headphone with more bass emphasis might have more reduced mids or reduced treble.

As far as comfort, that's such a personal thing that it's hard for people to know what you wound find more comfortable. Perhaps the Beyerdynamic DT770s? If you went with the 250 ohm version of them, you would likely need a headphone amp.
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