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Want tons of bass? These are the best headphones for bass money can buy

Most people who are looking for a new pair of headphones want something relatively balanced. After all, a good balance of lows, mids, and highs makes for a much better listening experience. Some, however, are much more concerned with the bass of a pair of headphones. After all, great-sounding bass can really help a song sound deeper and tighter.

If that’s you, then thankfully there are quite a few options out there. There are plenty of bass-heavy headphones to choose from, all of which will deliver powerful-sounding music that’s sure to rattle your skull. Here are some of the best bass-focused headphones on offer.

Sennheiser HD 1 Wireless Over-Ear

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The Sennheiser HD 1 Wireless headphones are, in our view, some of the best Bluetooth headphones out there. Not only are they relatively stylish and comfortable, but they boast excellent bass-response too.

The Sennheiser HD 1 Wireless headphones offer a deep, powerful bass that’s sure to please the bass fans out there. It’s not all bass though — the mid range and high-end also sounds very good here. High-end is often overlooked in a pair of headphones — but in the Sennheiser HD 1 Wireless headphones, it’s clear, detailed, and sounds great.

Skullcandy Crusher Wireless

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Looking to turn the bass up to 11? The Skullcandy Crusher Wireless headphones may be the way to go. Sure, they could be a little more comfortable, and the high-end isn’t as detailed as some other headphones, but the fact is that if it’s bass you want, these headphones have you covered.

In fact, you can actually adjust just how much bass you want to hear, thanks to a slider on the side. That slider lets you turn the bass up (or down) to skull-shattering levels that the vast majority of people would never want to listen to music at. With the slider up all the way, the headphones literally shake.

V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless

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V-Moda has been making some of the best wireless headphones for some time now, and the V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless is no exception to that rule. These headphones are awesomely designed, comfortable, and they sound great.

In fact, their sound-quality is by far the best thing about these headphones. Not only do they offer plenty of bass for those that want heavy bass, but they also boast very well-tuned mid range and a detailed, clear high-end that’s sure to help bring out the details of your favorite tune. The headphones are easy to control too, thanks to the buttons and switch on the side.

Sony MDR-XB950

Sony MDR-XB950

Looking to get a little more bass in a portable and relatively stylish package? These headphones from Sony might be the best choice for you. Not only do the headphones feature a stylish and sleek black design, but they’re also built to offer a little extra bass.

Not only do the headphones feature pretty extended bass response, but they even allow you to increase or decrease the bass response to your liking. They do so through a so-called “Bass Effect” button, which, when pressed, seriously raises the bass on offer. The headphones also offer noise cancellation, and are generally pretty comfortable.

Ultrasone Pro 900

Ultrasone Pro 900

Are you an audiophile simply looking to get the tightest bass response you can find? The Ultrasone Pro 900 headphones aren’t just pretty well-designed — they also sound great, and are relatively comfortable.

Of course, these aren’t just tuned to offer excellent bass — they’re also great at offering pretty well-tuned mid-range and clear and detailed high-end. Safe to say, if you’re looking for a great-sounding pair of headphones these should definitely be a consideration. They’re also solidly built and well-designed — so if you plan on taking these out of your home, they’ll look pretty sleek and stylish.