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Also good clarity wud be nice, I want to spend less than 100$, I dun have too much dosh to spend.

Anyone got any ideas?
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AD700's?
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Originally Posted by Mr OCN View Post
AD700's?
Not sealed and very weak bass.
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How are you going to use the headphones?
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AD700's?
lol

Take a look at these
Sennhesier 280 Pro, sealed and good bass. $99.95 (Cut it close )
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I heard ATH-M50 is like sex for bass heads.
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I heard ATH-M50 is like sex for bass heads.
for ~$100, definitely.
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for ~$100, definitely.
Right,


+ $50
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lol

Take a look at these Amazon.com: Sennheiser HD-280 PRO Headphones: Electronics

Sennhesier 280 Pro, sealed and good bass. $99.95 (Cut it close )
The hd280s are pretty weak in the bass section, the audio technicas look nice, will look into them <3
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Also good clarity wud be nice, I want to spend less than 100$, I dun have too much dosh to spend.

Anyone got any ideas?
Heya,

If bass is what you want, you can get all the wonderful mid's and high's of sennheisers's HD4xx line, the 448's being the flag ship, being wonderful for mid/high frequencies, but to add to the mix, the HD438's are the bass version. It's frequency for response is big on the bass without requiring an amp.

- Under $100.

Note that the pics show pleathur, but it's actually the velor cloth that is on the cups. Very comfortable. Lots of bass for the price.

The only way to go more bassy on a budget, are the , or 700's if budget permits, but reports and frequency charts show the 500's just as bassy.

Ultimately, the sony's provide the most bass in the price field. The really are the most bassy things you'll find in the sub-$100 price range. They're huge, but the bass is nuts, huge, and the comfort is grand.

For your money, for bass, the Sony 700 is the answer. If you want overall quality of sound in every frequency with a tad more emphasis on the bass, the Senny HD438's are the answer in your price range.

Very best,
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