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2nd November 2011, 07:45 AM   |  #1  
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I picked up a pair of these in-ear headphones and they just sound amazing when being used with voodoo sound. They have awesome bass response. People might complain of not enough treble but that's because these phones are bassy, but honestly, I think its perfect treble compared to the Samsung headphones that came wwith the phone. Oh, did I mention that they are made of wood?? It just adds a nice mellow sound and the neodymium magnets help add that punchy but sweet bass. Anyways, you can get them at Amazon for around 12 bucks( store price is 30) but if your lucky enough, you can find them at Ross for 6. That's how I did it

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I saw a whole lot of them at this garage sale this guy was having and he said anything in the box was a 5 bucks. i was kinda iffy on the wood. lol. But now that you mention it, i regret it. LOL... ill keep an eye out for them to try them
2nd November 2011, 10:22 PM   |  #3  
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Etymotic Hf3's, best in-ear-canal headphones I've ever used. Planning to get ear canal molds made soon for even better fit.

Also the Shure SE210's were good, now they've been updated to the 220 I believe. The Shure SE series are all fantastic. With IEC headphones, the sky is the limit.
4th November 2011, 05:43 PM   |  #4  
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Nuforce on amazon is by far the best experience I've had so far. I'll look into these once my current earbuds break! ^_^
6th November 2011, 12:55 AM   |  #5  
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Glad we've got some quality audio listeners on this forum! Can't tell you how many threads there were on beats in the Inspire forum. Bleck. I spend my money on sound quality, not trying to look cool and overpay by $200.

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I'm quite partial to pairing my infuse with non in ear phones like Grado Prestige SR60i's

Though the nice thing about voodoo sound is it lets me crank out the output level enough to use my AKG 701's without a portable headphone amp (though I would still suggest one if you like your music loud)
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Honestly these were some great headphones but the my left phone blew I guess. I actually treated those phones like my baby and then that. Oh well, I'm glad I got to enjoy them a lot. Now to find something else that has large bass and quality. Any recommendations?

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Honestly these were some great headphones but the my left phone blew I guess. I actually treated those phones like my baby and then that. Oh well, I'm glad I got to enjoy them a lot. Now to find something else that has large bass and quality. Any recommendations?

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Ah, so you're basshead like me . First things first. Price range? Over ear, on ear, or in ear?
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Ah, so you're basshead like me . First things first. Price range? Over ear, on ear, or in ear?

Heck yeah bass. Lol and in ear with a price range of "Free - $40"
Oh and neodymium magnets are a plus


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Heck yeah bass. Lol and in ear with a price range of "Free - $40"
Oh and neodymium magnets are a plus


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The Skullcandy brand is the best crappy headphones I've ever used. They usually have more emphasis on the low end, I have gone through 4 pairs of the black, in-ear Rockin Buds, and the Titans look like a bit better version of the RB. Also, the latest headphones recommendation I made was for the Sennheiser CX-200's, around the 40$ price range and well worth it. better than the Skullcandy's by far, and still in the low price range. The Sennheisers have great bass response. I'm actually using them right now with my dubstep playlist

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