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AKG K81-DJ's have lots of bass.
     
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I'm a huge bass head, and I also would have to compliment the JVC HA-RX 700's. Great pair of cans for the money. I'm wearing mine right now, amped and EQ'd.
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Originally Posted by YikesItsGood View Post
Save your money for a while and buy a pair of Bose QC-15's. Not even joking when I say that they're absolutely phenomenal. I never thought headphones could be justified with such a priece...boy was I wrong. If saving for a bit to achieve that is a viable option I highly recommend you do so.

A huge plus of them, outside of the rich quality you're looking for in bass, is that you don't need high volume and can conserve your hearing. (Noise Cancelling = lower volume required).
No, just no. In-ears isolate more and sound FAR better for the price. If noise isolation is not required, normal headphones for the price sound FAR better.

Shockingly bad advice in here...Razers...Bose..Grados (for a person who wants bass)...
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Originally Posted by mikepahl318 View Post
Razor
were you correcting me?
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No, just no. In-ears isolate more and sound FAR better for the price. If noise isolation is not required, normal headphones for the price sound FAR better.

Shockingly bad advice in here...Razers...Bose..Grados (for a person who wants bass)...
If you read what I wrote. I said for the price. For 50 dollars you can't really beat them. Unless you buy used and get some sennheiser.
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uh, wasn't talking to you yo. You have an 'everything directed at me' false assumption in this thread atm.
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I had the Sennheiser HD205-II before my RX900's, and while they were okay, they are NOTHING compared to a pair of broken-in, lightly modded JVC HA-RX900's. The RX900's are also infinitely more comfortable than the super tight HD205's. I do not regret the upgrade one bit. The bass is fantastic!

EDIT: Just make sure you break those RX900's in for a few hours. I thought it was all hocus pocus until I experienced it myself. They really do begin to sound better and better. Here's a thread on modding the RX700/900:

http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/...orget-about-it

I did everything but the dynomat, and the difference is certainly noticeable. The acoustic stuffing I pulled from an old pillow, and the rest is free besides the dynomat.
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uh, wasn't talking to you yo. You have an 'everything directed at me' false assumption in this thread atm.
well considering I was the first one to suggest razer.

and the other guy posted razor directly after I said something.
I mean it is hard to not thing that somebody is responding to you when they don't use quotes.
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yes they are.
I believe they are based on the same headset as the carcharias headset, so they sound amazing for the price.
they outperform the carcharias. sound quality wise they're almost up with the ad 700. They got very good base which is not overpowered.
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http://www.headphone.com/
Great site if you're into the specs of headphones. I'm not much of an audiophile myself but I learned a lot from this site
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