May 30, at 8: Post 7 of May 30, at 7: Post 8 of However, the Shure SRH’s is newer, has more features, replacement pads are cheaper and I’ve been hearing good things.
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May 31, at 1: Post 11 of From what I’ve heard, they sound about right for it. Post 6 of Post 8 of I have a bunch of electro head friends that went through a bunch of headphones a few years ago when all of them were going through their “Imma DJ” phase, most of them still have ATH-M50’s, some have various MDR’s, but I gotta say, even among a lot of people I know who listen to a lot of electronic music, the M50 is by far the most popular full sized headphone.
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May 31, at I would recommend the denon D for trance, it give you bass shaking a little like a subwoofer but not as good ofcourse. I myself am looking for a compliment to the ADs for dubstep, bassy music and airplane flight.
May 30, at Post 10 of Post 9 of They’re also some of the more comfortable headphones I’ve muica. If you can stretch your budget I also like them to be super comfy, which it is. May 30, at 7: Post 5 of I like my headphones to be detailed and have a good soundstage.
In general open phones don’t really help produce much bass and the AD is far from an exception. Post 3 of I also listen to trance music and just got to have the extra punch and bass. I was also interested in the AD but i read that they just have a very anemic bass response so they got off my list very quickly.
I prefer a regular sub for bass heavy stuff. Your username or email address: