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My budget is £50-£250 and am looking for the best overhead headphones for bass

All I care about is bass and have many headphones in the past such as bose, sony etc and the bass have been good but still not as good as I'd like

Please do not recommend Beats

Thanks a lot! +rep

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i always thought beats had amazing BASS!
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You can get used beats studio fairly cheap and they have amazing bass.
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Mike wrotei always thought beats had amazing BASS!


They aren't bad but my £150 bose have way better bass in my view.


KyloCrux wroteYou can get used beats studio fairly cheap and they have amazing bass.


Never tried beats studio


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Mike wrotei always thought beats had amazing BASS!


Lye wrotePlease do not recommend Beats


He made that so clear man.
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Lug wrote
Mike wrotei always thought beats had amazing BASS!


Lye wrotePlease do not recommend Beats


He made that so clear man.


i didn't recommend them i just stated i think beats have great bass and he told me his opinion!
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Beats are garbage. If you recommend them or own them you know nothing of audio. Beats are to headphones as crocs are to shoes.

For heavy bass I recommend something closed back. Audiotechnicas DT 770's are good. They offer superb sound quality and have all the bass you can ask for. I would recommend getting the 80ohm version unless you have a separate amp and dac to power the 250ohm version.


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If you are looking for a good pair of workout headphones that have bass i recommend JayBirds

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I've got a pair of JBL headphones and the bass is really good tbf
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Potion wroteBeats are garbage. If you recommend them or own them you know nothing of audio. Beats are to headphones as crocs are to shoes.

For heavy bass I recommend something closed back. Audiotechnicas DT 770's are good. They offer superb sound quality and have all the bass you can ask for. I would recommend getting the 80ohm version unless you have a separate amp and dac to power the 250ohm version.


They quite cheap? Would you say they are the one of the best for bass? All I care about is bass aha
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