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Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by slowpickr, Oct 5, 2016.
It's great what buds are capable of these days, especially at both the budget and top end.
Yeah, I refused to try them until recently because I have bad memories of the ones that used to come free with devices.
I was in a similar mindstate...I had headphones I liked...but. I didn't have a fun warm bass heavy can...I started looking at the Bosshifi B8 (I need a closed back/[portable can for my bass can) in the process I came across the Akai 50X when it was $18.00 so I got those. I LOVE them, they are a ton of fun....and I'll probably still get the B8 at some point...but the point is, while the Meze are probably fantastic if you just want a fun bass heavy can...I just looked right now it's the Freeboss for $48...tomorrow it might be the Akai...
to some people, "buds" means something totally different...
I have no clue...
I'm in california, I do sometimes use buds to make my music sound better...what were we talking about...
have anyone tried this cans? they look good but lacks reviews
Still no clue...
Got it. Lol
Hey! there she is! lol
haha, I was getting ready to say - C'mon, you remember the 70s don't you?!?
@Cruelhand Luke Hmm, the Akai 50X might suffice. Vocals are ahead enough to not be drowned out, so they should work for now, at least until I can figure out what I want to do. I really should just be reading up on the basshead thread, but at the same time I am not a true basshead, so I'd be concerned that the vocals would be lost in the rumble. I just need at this point to figure out whether I like the EQ implementation of my Shanling M1 or Opus #1 more. They're both fine transports either way. All in all, there's not that much music where I need the extra bass. I'm just a fan of having complimenting gear as it's pretty difficult to find something that can handle everything.
Meanwhile...these mystery headphones are quite musical...
I'm not much of a basshead either...but I do love hip hip. It's maybe 20% of what I listen to, for most things I use my other headphones...but man, is it WORTH the small price I paid when I really want a warm thumpy headphone...I'm curious to see what else I like that it shines at, but, I have some pretty great budget headphones.
2 points (1 on topic):
1. The whole point is not remembering the '70's (and the '60's)
2. The only under $100 headphone that really interests me now is the Sivga VS007. It's not like I need a new pair, but these really intrigue me.