The Hardest hitting Headphones are.. ( "The EXTREME BASS Club")
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:D :p





THIS IS STARTING TO GET PRETTY DEEP....



WE NEED TO GO DEEPER...




BUT DON'T FORGET...



LOL :D
 
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THIS IS STARTING TO GET PRETTY DEEP....

WE NEED TO GO DEEPER...


 
BUT DON'T FORGET...
 

LOL
 
 
I think you're the only guy with "Z Series " cans....
 
 

 
 
 
Just had a final lesson of the week with a Japanese High School girl and we were discussing the ending of INCEPTION...then I come on here and you gotta gif on it.
LOL...very trippy
 
 
So why yours say Z??
 
The comrades in Russia got em too
 
 
 
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I think you're the only guy with "Z Series " cans....



Just had a final lesson of the week with a Japanese High School girl and we were discussing the ending of INCEPTION...then I come on here and you gotta gif on it.
LOL...very trippy


So why yours say Z??

The comrades in Russia got em too


 


JVC EU site
http://cdn.jvc.eu/szfxz/sz/index.html

JVC JP site
http://www3.jvckenwood.com/accessory/sz/

It seems like Z series = EU version of SZ Livebeat series, like with 77x (HA-MR77x\HA-XM30x) , why JVC makes everything so messy :blink:

This ^ :blink:
 
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E.U. site not listing SPL @1mW
 
 It's a deceptive measurement to the consumer as are freq graphs but pretty clever just top skip it totally
 
Let's send the overseeing body some paper tests to remind them all their ear drums are belong to us!!!

 
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INCOMING - TAKE COVER!
RELOOP RHP-30
[VIDEO]http://youtu.be/_Pxc0LI5qHM[/VIDEO]

Cut in half sheet of fresh out the pack A4 printer paper used

No tape used - paper placed over left earcup with right ear cup holding/sealing

Test Conditions


Source:Cowon DAP ,Flat eq, BBE+8 MACH3BASS +9 playing
Test tracks: Wiz Khalifa - On my level


Amp: FiioE12 with bass boost switch on, gain: 16dB
Recommend:
Play video on full screen to check paper vibrations with fullest detail​



Notes: Quality 40mm DJ Drivers at work here - these slam for sure, and they sound crisp with the biggest soundstage I've heard for a while from a DJ can (soundstage isn't criteria here, but I'm mentioning it anyways :p - very comfortable fit and pads seal excellently - full metal frame - these are robust very, very good sounding 40mm DJ Cans that also slam hard - recommended for sure :wink:




http://www.reloop.com/reloop-rhp-30-black







[VIDEO]http://youtu.be/Sh_PjYF0QOk[/VIDEO]



 
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I thought you must be drunk so I double checked the driver size on the reloop site and sure as **** they are 40mm.
Nuff said......I swore those were 50mm beating that paper

I can't give higher praise than over estimate a drivers size.
The Kraken move more paper but the mids were whistling. 
That would be a good battle with your cb mix since it will expose early mids better
 
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I thought you must be drunk so I double checked the driver size on the reloop site and sure as **** they are 40mm.
Nuff said......I swore those were 50mm beating that paper:confused:
I can't give higher praise than over estimate a drivers size.
The Kraken move more paper but the mids were whistling. 
That would be a good battle with your cb mix since it will expose early mids better



:beerchug: DRUNK? - DRUNK ON 40mm BASS BRO :beerchug:
Sure it ain't U getting tipsy on happoshu or rice wine bro? :wink: :D



[VIDEO]http://youtu.be/MbO74CG0QnU[/VIDEO]


cb mix download link:

https://soundcloud.com/happy-daze/cb3723-brutal-bassegeddon-headphone-test-mix

.....but does the Kraken accept this challenge?



 
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[VIDEO]http://youtu.be/I4Peyhk7ZS8[/VIDEO]



 
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Maybe @NewWaveAudio
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Lol haven't had time to be on here for awhile. Don't think I can accept the challenge at the moment. My phone received an update the other day, and one of the things that updated was the BoomSound. Made it a lot more powerful and I think it blew my speakers
 
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v Listening to this v with the RELOOP RHP-30's & they slam :beerchug:


[VIDEO]http://youtu.be/4XM1HpKsxio[/VIDEO]


Off Topic (ish) - This guy Drops Excellence with this AKAI Controller - HEAVY SKILLS


[VIDEO]http://youtu.be/wNwZXXTjhco[/VIDEO]

 
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@HBB

Have you tried using the accelerometer that is now part of all smartphones, and some app, to measure the vibrations?
Placing the cups face up and clamped to a rig, with the phone laying where the paper would be, might give you repeatable data.
This would give you some values that could be compared.
 
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What you prefer, and this is science, is a constant ~50hZ tone rattling away with upper harmonics to 70hZ and lower down to 10. it is almost like the keyed-tone generators used for 1970's Sensurround audio tracks on film.
This is just a lower frequency version of the 150hZ lower mid range ''hump"' that is preferred by mid-fi consumers.
It's the same tone, over and over and over, boosted +32dB. Your graphs reveal this is what you want and the song selection has the same tones with your boost.

This is a serious suggestion: You should set up a tone generator with your rig, to trigger a 50hZ +32dB wave with harmonics above and below, and just play all of your tracks that way because that is what you are trying to do with the boost and track selection.
For whatever reason, you really like that 50hZ tone at +32dB or higher.

As far as the science, look into that tone generator keyed off of the track, seriously. Something that is like a tic track where a certain mathematical sequence is hit and then the generator pumps out the 50hZ sine wave with under and over tones, up to the max ability of your headphones to handle the energy. Clearly no amount of dynes per square centimetre is too much for your ears and hearing, so the limiting factor is your equipment.

You also may want to look into setting up only a subwoofer loudspeaker to act as a physical air and spine vibration machine. Have it only kick in below 70hZ and above 10hZ. This will also give the impact and slam that you prefer.

A pair of 15's in a ported enclosure, turned, set up with the proper crossover and 1,000watt amp, would be able to move a huge volume of air below 70hZ. You could do it yourself and save money.

You would play this at the same time as listening on your headphones.

Perhaps there is a way to DSP the signal and capture the lower frequency energy and then create a trigger to the 50hZ tone generator hooked up to your subwoofer and 1kW amp set up, or just pump the added 50hZ tone into your headphones alone and don't use the subwoofer so that the ceiling doesn't fall in.

That is a serious suggestion, no sarcasm. Look into it.

It's massive amounts of 50hZ you prefer.

Look into the resonant frequency of the human skull and upper spinal cord and upper chest also - this may give a clue as to what frequencies you prefer and which ones to amplify to get that feeling.
 
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JVC are based in Japan - go kick their front door in and demand the "whites" :veryevil:

Just threaten them with extreme violence.....or offer cookies - one or the other should work :D


[VIDEO]http://youtu.be/BzIcaY06gV4[/VIDEO]


"I've come for.....the white pads"

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"IVE GOT A BASS CANNON, AND IM NOT AFRAID TO USE IT!"
 
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