The Bass On These Headphones Are So Incredible It Slides On The Table!

IronWing

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I guess that if you are going to destroy your hearing headphones are a good idea. At least you won’t be destroying anyone else’s hearing while you do so.
 

Stiff Clamp

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would definitely make Salty Nuts' skull vibrate . . . just like a "hair buzzer"

My AKG Pro Audio K245 are too bassy. I need more exquisite high-end - not this damped, wet-blanket sound quality that people deem non-fatiguing. Bet Skullcandy is worse.
[ lol at $124 current price - I bought those for $63 !! ]
 
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mikeymikec

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I was looking for headphones/earphones 2-3 years ago, through experience I'd pretty much automatically recommend against any product that boasts about bass performance.
 

MrSquished

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would definitely make Salty Nuts' skull vibrate . . . just like a "hair buzzer"

My AKG Pro Audio K245 are too bassy. I need more exquisite high-end - not this damped, wet-blanket sound quality that people deem non-fatiguing. Bet Skullcandy is worse.
[ lol at $124 current price - I bought those for $63 !! ]
Beyer Dynamic Amiron Home. They are the successors to the Beyer T90, which I have and love. Some thought the T90 had a bit too much high end, many of us love the detail. The Amiron Home though tame the highs a bit while still resolving very well. The T90 still have ample bass and it EQ's well

Or look for used T90's, but they will require an amp to shine.
 
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AdamK47

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Skullcandy? No thanks. It's for the hip gangster wannabe.

I like fidelity, clarity, and quality.
 

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