- Jul 15, 2010
when did I said you can't buy some thing？ I'm just saying you can give ortho a try since you can get full refund if you don't like them, I said DXKs are bass heavy for ME, not YOU!
at least I'm trying to help here, some appreciation???
Most sincere apologies if I came off as an *******, it's the internet and sometimes true meanings of text can't be read because you really aren't hearing how I meant to say it.
What I mean is a lot, and I really do mean a lot of people of this forum are not near as much of a basshead as I am, I'd like to say at least half of the people on here are a lot older than I am (18) and listen to a lot more classical/sophisticated music, now I can appreciate that type of music, don't get me wrong, but for my style I really just love a hard hitting bass cause that gets me going more than anything else. So when a majority of people who aren't bassheads say that DXKs are bassheavy to them, it means it should be just right for me, Mad Lust has a similar taste in music as I do and we had a discussion about this so I have decided on the D2000s, I am not discrediting that the HE-400s will probably have a nice bass aspect and perhaps be a better all around listening device. But, for the time being I think that getting a set of cans that has that kind of bass like the D2Ks will be more fun and enjoyable for me. I really do appreciate all input from anybody regarding my question and I thank you for trying to help me with my decision, once again sorry if I seemed unappreciative.