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i heard the bass on these isn't all that good, but since i have an iphone and i can change settings on my iphone such as bass booster, treble booster, etc., will i get more bass?
April 21, 2010
you will be able to change the range of the bass, treble, etc. within the given range that the iPhone and the headphones allow. you will not be able to increase the bass above and beyond the capacity of either device.
By: Brian Limoges
June 22, 2010
January 31, 2010
definitely agree with zach...these headphones are made to be played loudly...when i first bought them i felt like i was ripped off (and i only paid $60 for them)...but after i was able to get them to fit perfectly and turned up the volume to a respectable level my mood changed quickly...they are very light and unbelievably comfortable and the sound couldn't be crisper...i'd give them a 10/10 for sound quality, and would say they sound better than the beats by dre headphones (if they had more bass)...overall the sound is full enough to satisfy any audiophile and i think they're well worth the full price (even more if you compare them to other more expensive headphones)...but if you're a serious bass junkie i wouldn't buy them
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Why are the marshmellow ones only 69.99 and the black ones are 159.99?
December 2, 2009
The Marshmellow colorway is an older color. The Black/Red ones are new and current. The sale price was to liquidate the older inventory.
By: Brian Limoges
December 9, 2009
just wondering if they will freez up on a snowy cold day on the mountain while im snowboarding.
By: rex wright
November 11, 2009
They shouldn't. I have a pair of WESC headphones I ride with all the time in all conditions and they have never given out.
November 15, 2009
December 29, 2009
These are great headphones. Could use more bass but of course you'd have to spend big bucks to get subwoofers on your ears.
You get interesting looks when wearing them and people often ask if they are atari headphones from the symbol. But I love them and they go so loud it's like a small portable stereo at times.
FYI: when I bought these they were half this price, so I'm not sure if they are worth over 100 bucks.
January 21, 2010
Tough headphones to like. Solid construction, and an undeniably eye-popping design, but the actual audio quality leaves a lot to be desired for the cost. One nice design feature is how the cord is split, so you don't have a massive excess to deal with if your iPod's in a shirt pocket. The downside to splitting though, is that it can sometimes generate a barely audible hum--as it does in the case with the Horn. This, combined with some pretty shallow bass makes for an overly tinny audio experience at lower volumes.
Otherwise, just take advantage of the raw power of these 'phones and crank that shit up. You'll never notice any such auditory sensibilities when your gray matter is rattling against your skull anyway.