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I like bass. I already have cheap denon bass boosted headphones but they aren't that clear now I've been looking at either the skullcandy crushers, Sony mdr xb950bt or beats studio wireless (refurbish… Read More
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5m, 2w agoPosted 5 months, 2 weeks ago
I like bass. I already have cheap denon bass boosted headphones but they aren't that clear now I've been looking at either the skullcandy crushers, Sony mdr xb950bt or beats studio wireless (refurbished for beats though) want to spend £100 but willing to spend £150 which ones should I go for? or any other recommendations?

thanks in advance
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5m, 2w agoPosted 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Stay away from beats, they are overpriced crap.

Have a look here https://www.reddit.com/r/headphones/
#2
#3
Go into a shop and test them it's all down to personal taste and if you have any underlying hearing problems I personally wouldn't touch beats your paying for the brand not the actual technical capabilities of the headphones imo anyway
#4
I've tested the Sony xb950bt and loved them but don't know where to test the skullcandy crushers
#5
dafunq
Go into a shop and test them it's all down to personal taste and if you have any underlying hearing problems I personally wouldn't touch beats your paying for the brand not the actual technical capabilities of the headphones imo anyway


tested the Sony xb950bt and loved them but the beats studio wireless seemed good too
#6


nah but thanks for the recommendation
#7
km16kmc
dafunq
Go into a shop and test them it's all down to personal taste and if you have any underlying hearing problems I personally wouldn't touch beats your paying for the brand not the actual technical capabilities of the headphones imo anyway


tested the Sony xb950bt and loved them but the beats studio wireless seemed good too


like I said it's down to personal taste and your own hearing abilities! i've got sennheiser hd25s which imo are the best I tested for comfort overall capabilities and fit
#8
dafunq
km16kmc
dafunq
Go into a shop and test them it's all down to personal taste and if you have any underlying hearing problems I personally wouldn't touch beats your paying for the brand not the actual technical capabilities of the headphones imo anyway


tested the Sony xb950bt and loved them but the beats studio wireless seemed good too


like I said it's down to personal taste and your own hearing abilities! i've got sennheiser hd25s which imo are the best I tested for comfort overall capabilities and fit


have they got bass?
#9
km16kmc
dafunq
km16kmc
dafunq
Go into a shop and test them it's all down to personal taste and if you have any underlying hearing problems I personally wouldn't touch beats your paying for the brand not the actual technical capabilities of the headphones imo anyway
tested the Sony xb950bt and loved them but the beats studio wireless seemed good too
like I said it's down to personal taste and your own hearing abilities! i've got sennheiser hd25s which imo are the best I tested for comfort overall capabilities and fit
have they got bass?
Most will deliever good deep Bass but it depends on the device driving them. Are you using a headphone Amp, running from a standard headphone out or just wireless ?
#10
km16kmc
dafunq
km16kmc
dafunq
Go into a shop and test them it's all down to personal taste and if you have any underlying hearing problems I personally wouldn't touch beats your paying for the brand not the actual technical capabilities of the headphones imo anyway


tested the Sony xb950bt and loved them but the beats studio wireless seemed good too


like I said it's down to personal taste and your own hearing abilities! i've got sennheiser hd25s which imo are the best I tested for comfort overall capabilities and fit


have they got bass?


They're good all rounders you'd have to try out a pair or try out some v moda crossfades or kefs m400s which do boost bass sounds
#11
dafunq
km16kmc
dafunq
km16kmc
dafunq
Go into a shop and test them it's all down to personal taste and if you have any underlying hearing problems I personally wouldn't touch beats your paying for the brand not the actual technical capabilities of the headphones imo anyway


tested the Sony xb950bt and loved them but the beats studio wireless seemed good too


like I said it's down to personal taste and your own hearing abilities! i've got sennheiser hd25s which imo are the best I tested for comfort overall capabilities and fit


have they got bass?


They're good all rounders you'd have to try out a pair or try out some v moda crossfades or kefs m400s which do boost bass sounds


forgot to add they don't but as already stated depending on device your using them with you can adjust the bass levels
#12
dafunq
dafunq
km16kmc
dafunq
km16kmc
dafunq
Go into a shop and test them it's all down to personal taste and if you have any underlying hearing problems I personally wouldn't touch beats your paying for the brand not the actual technical capabilities of the headphones imo anyway


tested the Sony xb950bt and loved them but the beats studio wireless seemed good too


like I said it's down to personal taste and your own hearing abilities! i've got sennheiser hd25s which imo are the best I tested for comfort overall capabilities and fit


have they got bass?


They're good all rounders you'd have to try out a pair or try out some v moda crossfades or kefs m400s which do boost bass sounds


forgot to add they don't but as already stated depending on device your using them with you can adjust the bass levels


v moda crossfades are below £150????
#13
dafunq
dafunq
km16kmc
dafunq
km16kmc
dafunq
Go into a shop and test them it's all down to personal taste and if you have any underlying hearing problems I personally wouldn't touch beats your paying for the brand not the actual technical capabilities of the headphones imo anyway


tested the Sony xb950bt and loved them but the beats studio wireless seemed good too


like I said it's down to personal taste and your own hearing abilities! i've got sennheiser hd25s which imo are the best I tested for comfort overall capabilities and fit


have they got bass?


They're good all rounders you'd have to try out a pair or try out some v moda crossfades or kefs m400s which do boost bass sounds


forgot to add they don't but as already stated depending on device your using them with you can adjust the bass levels


v moda crossfades are below £150????
#14
Look into ATH M50's. You can get them for around the £100 mark now.
Good sounds and good bass from them.
A good amp or DAC will help as well
#15
ath m50s are studio monitor headphones though

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