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Old 06-28-2012, 11:31 AM
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Help Looking For Basshead IEMS Under 50 Euro, SUPER BASS Wanted !!!

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I have Klipsch image s4


in ear buds with Cowon i9, but am unhappy with the bass. Bought from Pixmania for60 euro + transport. My aim is not to have an all-round solution to listen to all kind of music. I need a Techno House music set only. I am searching for a hard dry short bass. The bass must be deep and strong .
I live in Belgium Europe. The IEM might cost around 60 euro. I will comment here after purchase about my experience. I hope that the i9 will perform better with the better IEM's.
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Old 06-28-2012, 12:48 PM
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are the velodyne vpulse available near you? deepest bass i have heard from an IEM and I am a basshead.
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Old 06-28-2012, 01:06 PM
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Yeah, the Velodyne VPulse are bass freqs!!!
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Old 06-29-2012, 04:16 PM
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Thanks for the prompt reaction.
The Velodyne VPulse are unanimously declared the number 1 choise for bassheads. It are these goodies:

Now comes the prob. They are not for sale to us poor Europeans. Nor amazon.com nor velodyne.com sends to Belgium. At the end I found this website : www.bhphotovideo.com But just for the shipping + expenses they want an extra 61$. The headphones will cost than 135$ all together. 110 euro, a tad over my 60 euro budget.
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I found Velodyne vPulse in shop in Poland, surprisingly, but this is some kind of pre order. Price is > 100 eur so I guess it will be hard to get them cheaper in Europe.

http://sklep.rms.pl/index.php?p9912,...wki-dokanalowe
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Old 11-17-2012, 10:29 AM
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I am still searching for them in Belgium. Thinking to buy them now via UK Ebay
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Velodyne-V...item51a4295d20
95 Euro is very expensive, in the US you can find them for 56 euro.
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You can have someone in the us buy them and then mail them to you. I've done it for a few people in canada and bulgaria.
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I have a pair I am trying to sell for $60 US. I would need a little more to cover the extra shipping and would need US currency obviously, but PM me if you are interested. Never sold international but would give it a try for a fellow basshead.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/606052/fs-b...elodyne-vpulse
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Hippo VB would fit the bill nicely, they have huge mid and sub-bass along with a clean over all sound.
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^ beware the build quality of the VBs and the metal housing that's large & heavy. They stayed in my ears okay if I was sitting still, but with any movement lost the seal. Otherwise killer bass.
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The Cheap JVC HA-FX101 has impressed me. It has nice bass and clarity. It is only 11.70 UK pounds with free shipping from Amazon UK(but your total order needs to be over 25UKP to get the free shipping to Belgium).

It has gotten rave reviews on head-fi.
http://www.head-fi.org/newsearch/?se...FX101&type=all

http://www.amazon.co.uk/JVC-Xtreme-X...4833731&sr=1-1
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