LOUDEST headphones?

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  1. cryptsucks

    cryptsucks Banned

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    ok, so i am looking for a really loud pair of headphones. I am willing to spend any amount of money. Currently i am planning to buy these : Skullcandy Skullcrushers
    If you know a pair louder can you please post here, also if you know a pair of earphones (like the ones that come with the ipod) that go really loud also post here. Thanks in advance.
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    sorry but no offense those are sh*t. ear buds helloooo they go so much louder.
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    Crypt Well-Known Member

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    ^^those are like, 16 ohms

    and the skullcandy SK pro's are 64 (those skullcrusher things = 32)

    i have no idea if an ohm = how loud it is, but uh i would go for the skullcandy SK pro

    edit: okay well the sk pro's still have twice the ohms as the skullcrushers and therefore are twice as better as the skullcrushers, so get them
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    DeusMachina Retired Moderator

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    An ohm is a power rating, doesn't have anything to do with how loud it is.

    Also, I have the skullcrushers and I am VERY pleased with them. The built in bass amplifier makes the headphones shake your ears, when watching movies it actually sounds very close to a real movie theater, although it does use 1 AA battery and if you accidentally leave it on it dies fast.
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    good loud or bad loud?

    good loud is any IEM.
    bad loud is any earbud.

    why do you need it so loud anyways?
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    I've been looking around for quality headphones and those look awesome. Know anywhere I can pick one of those up in Australia?

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    Any local electronic store. Even best buy has em. idk if thats in aus...
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    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    buy shure headphones, they are awesome! costed me £50($100) and theyre the entry level models
    they dont have the right amount of bass, and they can get pretty loud, they distort when at maximum volume. and it does to all headphones

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