As title states, I have 130$ to work with on a great sounding pair of headphones for the gym! Criteria: -Little sibilance at high volumes (Gym Pump!) -Great Bass -Durable I am using ATH-M50's headphones, love the sound. I am also using Seinhesser MX 680 Sports IEM's for the...
- audio-technica-ath-m50s shure-sound-isolating-earphone-se315 shure-se115-sound-isolating-earphones in-ear
- Replies: 1
- Forum: Portable Headphones, Earphones and In-Ear Monitors
For trance and electronica, which headphone would deliver a crisper punchier bass whilst distorting vocal quality the least? I enjoy my headphones being able to pump out deep low frequency bass. Thanks Also if you live in toronto, where can I buy audio technica?!?!?
Over the past three days I've samples all four of these headphones (None of them burnt in however) for about 2-3 hours each. I'm no pro and no audiophile, just giving my opinion to people who are interested in getting any of these cans. I go by what I hear. This review is ideal for...
I have a 200$ budget Currently have Shure 750DJ's and Monster Dr Dre Solo HD's on the way 750DJ's are amazingly crisp but don't have that head shaking bass I'm looking for. Dr. Dre's I've heard regular Solo's at best buy, muddy sound but deffinately the bass I want. Any...