Sansa Clip and Bass music
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Maybe im being ignorant, but i like bass heavy music and ive heard that the sansa clip has a very neutral response does that mean i wont get bassy thump thump music from my sansa clip, using an ultrasone hfi 580?
 
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To what i understand till now, getting bass out of songs is more about the headphones than The Source. ya, if u have high impedance phones and a low power source, there sure would be a problem, but otherwise, with normal impedance, in the range of 32-64 ohms, a player like the Clip or the Clip+ can provide u with enough bass....infact, imo, the low frequencies on the Clip are pretty extended, so that shouldnt be a problem.
 
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Otherwise you can install the Rockbox firmware on your Clip+ and mess with the bass/treble enhancements. Or just EQ it to smithereens. :) Don't worry, the Clip+ sounds great for the money. 
 
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SO if i rockbox and mess with the bass enhancements will i get enough punch bass out of my ultrasones
 
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'enough' is pretty personal. only one way to find out! :)
 
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A Sansa Clip or Fuse with Rockbox can output some pretty berserk bass if you learn how to fine tune the eq settings.
 
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Word. I haven't even used the EQ and a stock rockbox'd Clip+ has amazing bass.
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A Sansa Clip or Fuse with Rockbox can output some pretty berserk bass if you learn how to fine tune the eq settings.


 
 
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I haven't found bass to be a problem on the clip even with the default firmware. 
 
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You shouldn't have any problem getting plenty of base out of it.
 
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Maybe im being ignorant, but i like bass heavy music and ive heard that the sansa clip has a very neutral response does that mean i wont get bassy thump thump music from my sansa clip, using an ultrasone hfi 580?

7/10/11 at 1:35pm
7/10/11 at 2:18pm
7/10/11 at 3:31pm
 
Dude.
Calm down with your bumping, other people are waiting for responses too. And some have been waiting for days.
 
Maybe im being ignorant, but i like bass heavy music and ive heard that the sansa clip has a very neutral response does that mean i wont get bassy thump thump music from my sansa clip, using an ultrasone hfi 580?
 
It doesn't mean you wont get good bass, but an amp wouldn't hurt either.
 
 
 
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