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Bass Headphone

I'm planning to buy a Headphone with 10Hz. Can someone Suggest me a good bass headphone.!!

Oct 7, 2018
JPS Labs Abyss Phi CC
You piqued my curiosity with this. . . I ran on both my TRx00 Ebonies and TH900. The TRx00 were fine enough at 20 Hz but produced nothing audible/'feelible' for 10 Hz.
Impressively enough, the TH900 definitely makes a sound, it's distinctly unimpressive, and it could very well be a harmonic, or perhaps something questionable going on with that YT source. But if there's a dynamic that could do this (without EQ at that), I would bet on these cherry gods.
Oct 6, 2018
GiantHeadphoneSquidFocal Elear makes a noise. The TH-X00 Ebony makes a very slight rumble. Topping D30 to an Aune X7S for both.
I don't think a headphone could accurately portray a 10 hz tone as intended. Your best bet is to look at speakers and a proper sub woofer to deliver on tones that low since we can't really hear down to 10 hz but we can feel it (you can feel it in your body). 10 hz is so slow that with a sub woofer, you can easily see and feel the driver moving.
Oct 4, 2018
10 Hz. Try the Audeze, but you need serious EQ and power.
Oct 3, 2018
Currently the MrSpeakers Ether CX Closed that's active seems to be able to do 10hz.
Or any of the Fostex variants in general can do bass quite well but they roll off around 30-40hz (which is still very respectable and fairly low).
I guess just depending on how determined to get that 10hz sound and how much you want to spend. But I'd imagine most music source probably don't utilize 10hz much (or even at all) for this to be relevant, though I could be wrong.
Oct 3, 2018
If you want crazy bass go with the DT1770 Pro, definitely a sub bass beast.
If you want more sound stage and a little more musicality then the Philips X2HR are also very bass enhanced.
Oct 2, 2018
Dawn, it is kind of hard to recommend anything based on the little bit of info you have provided. I will however say that if you are good with closed back, then under $500 I would recommend the 1More triple driver over ear, under $1000 I would recommend the LCD 2 Classic closed. Both of those have great bass response without taxing the highs and mids the way most other headphones do. If you provide a little more information such as price range, open or closed, coil or planer, you might get more responses. Hope that helps and good luck.
Oct 2, 2018
theres plenty of questions for you. 1. open back or closed back 2. can you hear 10hz - if you can't hear 10hz which not many human beings can, this means you want to "feel" it. Then headphones cannot do this, you need to go with speakers. 3. What is your budget (if it is not a concern)- Hifiman ananda or edition x v2 goes down to 8hz, whether you can hear 8hz, you decide.
Oct 3, 2018
not what i meant by "feeling" I meant the musical feel that hits you in the chest with bass impact. But I guess technically holding a vibrator is feeling bass too.
Oct 3, 2018
SOULSIKI don't know that a vibrator goes low enough to be called bass. At least not sub bass.
I might just not be very experienced with vibrators though.
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