The Ear Pods are more comfortable for more people than any other ear bud-style headphones because they are defined by the geometry of the ear. The speakers inside the Ear Pods have been designed to maximize sound output and minimize sound loss, which means you get high-quality audio. The Ear Pods have a built-in remote that can be used to answer or end calls, control music and video, and adjust the volume. The mic and remote are supported by all iPod, iPad, and iPhone models. All iPod models support audio. It requires a version of the software for iPod touch and iPod classic.
👤The box was opened to find a tangled pair of used earphones, with torn edges around the jack and gross earbuds. Don't buy from these shears.
👤I noticed a change in the mic quality when I used my earbuds for singing. The texture is different. I thought it was still a good deal. Two months later. The crackled and sent a small shock of electric into my ears as I listened to the voice notes. When you rub your feet on a carpet, you get a quick spark. But constant. I threw them in the trash. I will buy from the Apple website. You get what you pay for.
👤I was a little worried about what I was going to get with this order, but as the pictures show, my pair appears to be the real deal. I haven't tried them out yet as I have a working pair, but the packaging and the earphones themselves look similar to the one I bought from the Apple store. I think that people here are lying and that there may be some variation in the quality of the items received which led to some of the negative reviews. I can't tell the difference between these fakes and real ones. The Apple store cords are slicker than the ones at home. I believe that the cords are slick to keep them more rigid. Hope this helps someone.
👤I just got a pair of headphones. The box is open and empty.
👤I don't write reviews unless I think the product is amazing, or it's so bad I have to let others know. I want to steer people away from it. This is a case of the other. They worked for a day and then stopped working. I only use these headphones at my desk, so there's no chance they fell in water or were stepped on. I had to plug the lightning cord in one way, if you flipped it and inserted it wouldn't recognize the headphones and wouldn't play through my speakers. The microphone stopped working. The volume would change on its own.
👤I was very nervous when I bought this, so I wanted to make sure that the headphones I got were genuine, so I left a review to make sure. Guess that's it? They work well.
👤I bought these replacements after I lost my Ear Pods, and I was hoping that they were legit Apple products. I found my original Ear Pods. I compared them to see if they matched up. The ones Amazon sent me are the same ones I got with my phone, and the packaging is the same as my other classic Apple stuff: everything sealed, meticulously held in place, documentation, etc. The Ear Pods are packaged in a box. The thickness of the main cord seemed to be the same as before, but it was a bit thinner. I can't tell whether my original Ear Pods or these replacements sound the same. The shape of the earpiece is not my favorite. Maybe it's just preference or ear size. It looks like Amazon isn't always offering these as Prime-Exclusive. I wouldn't go for these if they were new or used. You should head to the Apple Store.
The foldable design is easy to use. The headband and ear pads are tight and stylish. The closed-back design has clean sound, rich bass and crisp highs. The snap-on is 3.5 millimeter to 1/6”
👤The review is more about the resilience of these things than the structure or audio. Considering the price, both are fine. I had a bad day the other day. I didn't realize my headphones had fallen out when I closed the door. They were in the rain for 30 minutes. I didn't know until I looked down and saw a cord without headphones. I didn't expect them to be functional, if not from the physical damage from the water. They were. The cord is in tact. The plastic on one side of the cushions is scratched. The left ear is normal. The right speaker became detached and muffled sound still comes through. The bass doesn't come through as much now that the balance has been changed. Considering the abuse they went through, I can't complain. I am really impressed. The audio quality is better, but my previous headphones were a piece of junk. I decided to put the money I spent on repairing the Beats toward the three head bands that broke when I put them on my big head. The only reason I am replacing them is that the rain is stuck in the cushions. I am shocked that $20 headphones could survive that. 100% buying a new pair.
👤I use these on my guitar amplifier for practice. I can only compare them to a 3 year old set of headphones from Sennheiser that cost about $70 at the time, and they sound just as good with good high and low range. I wear them for about 90 minutes at a time over glasses with no problems, but at the end the glasses are starting to get a bit uncomfortable. Without glasses, I would be able to wear them for a few hours. I don't have a small head but these are still very comfortable because I wear a 7 3/4" hat. I thought I would have to upgrade the cushions, but I don't see why. I don't know how durable they will be. They aren't noise cancelling, but they are great because I can hear guitar lessons in the background while I'm playing the guitar, without the computer speakers being loud. My wife only hears the guitar sounds and the normal sound out of the computer, which is fairly nominal noise, because virtually no sound leaks out of the headphones. These are perfect for guitar practice. They look nice and blend in as studio-like equipment with my equipment.
👤I've attached a picture. The wire is being put down near the plug end. The headphones we ordered had problems with the wiring. If you were to move it slightly, they would play in both sides, but you would get static or no sound in the right side. This was from the packing. They sounded good when they played correctly and were comfortable. They sounded fine for my son to listen to his music and video games. There is a The manufacturer should change how they package the cord and plug so they don't damage it before the consumer gets it. I will not try my luck on a third one.
THD is reduced to an incredible 0.05 percent with the use of acoustic silk. 10 39,500hertz is an improved response. Matched driver elements are hand selected by the driver. The jack plug has a 3.5 millimetre diameter. 10 4 1000 hertz is the Frequency response on Headphones. The voice coil is lightweight and has a fast response. The cable length is 118 inches. The cable length is 118 inches.
👤The bonus section of this review will show you how these compare to the. There is a These headphones are the best I've ever heard. I have had Audio-Technica ATH-M50 and M40x. The Sennheiser HD598SE and HD600 are also included. The HD600 comes close. The HD598 is a great alternative if you don't want to go down the rabbit hole of choosing a suitable amplifier, but there isn't as much family resemblance in the sound as you. There is a I decided to take the plunge on the 650 because Sennheiser's 5xx series is a gateway drug to the 6xx series, which fortunately is so good there's little reason to step up to the 700 and 800. I would like to avoid the warped machismo in this review. The 650 is one of the best all-around headphones you can buy for its current price of $315.99. If you already have an amplifier and/or a dedicated listening setup, you owe it to yourself to try these. If you don't like them, you're out $6-7 for a return label. You can find out just how good recorded music can sound. These are the same as the BMW 5-series of the headphones, with bigger, faster, and more expensive options, but they remain the gold standard. Maybe they're not your style, but there's no denying their artistry. I think they are perfect. They complain they're too laid back. I think those people don't hear very well because they have sensitive hearing. I have dog-like hearing, and most of the time it's a curse. The wrong amplifier can cause the treble to be brain-piercing. This is a topic that is fiercely debated. You should spend the most on the final device in your chain, and less on the "upstream" components. You could buy the excellent with a budget of no more than $300.
👤I hope that something happy will come of it because of my depression. Living is different for me now that my brother has died. I put these on with the amplifier I got and played the sound of silence and cried and thought how awesome he would think it was to hear this song, I think I found some form of closure in this.
👤I have owned these for 7 years and they are still my go-to headphones for enjoyable music listening. I've owned more expensive headphones. I don't care to admit or list. I always come back to these for their listening ability. I mostly listen to electronic music. There are a variety of sources, from streaming to CD and vinyl. They work best with a headphone amplifier, and I have several, including a home built tube kit, a Ray Samuels Audio Predator, and my personal favorite, the Little Dot MKIII. To me, the most enjoyable combo to listen to is the Beresford TC-7520 DAC and the custom autoformers that come with it. This is the most enjoyable open backed headphones I have ever heard, and it is only $2000. I find myself listening to most of the time to what I think is more articulate or better. I bought replacement pads for these in August of 2021. It was bought in 2010. I still love them.
Lifetime warranty. The color is Color. The steel mesh on the outside of the earmuffs is shown in the figure. They did the best to restore the details of the Star Lord matching headset. Use scene The appearance is both nostalgic and retro. This headset can be used for many things. The headset has high-quality sound effects and can be used to listen to music. You will feel its value and interest when you receive it. It can be used as a gift for friends, family, colleagues, and lovers on Halloween and Christmas. Damage may occur during transportation due to the particularity of the headset. If there is a quality problem caused by distribution, please contact them in time and they will respond to you as soon as possible.
👤The headset I received was not the one pictured. The ear phone is connected to the head rail by a semicircle metal attachment piece in the photo on Amazon. The headphones that I received looked like they were going to break and were cheap. The rusty piece of metal is the head rail. They tried to cover it with a piece of heat shrink tubing. I don't have a problem with this. The plain black part was put on the inside, while the writing was on the outside. This headset looks like a piece of garbage. Who wants to wear headphones that have heat shrink tubing on them? The cheap plastic attachment piece is attached to the rusty head rail by crooked screws. These are nice, straight, zinc coated screws with rounded heads. You'll have to look at the picture to understand mine.
👤I ordered on the 5th and it was delivered on the 9th, not impressed with the shipping. The headset is different from the picture. The orange foam is cut with square corners, and one ear piece was attached upside down, the cord came out of the top. Very cheap. I wouldn't recommend them to anyone.
👤I absolutely adore this item. The headset is very close to the movie version and I was very happy with it. I would recommend this to any Star-Lord cosplayer or person who wants Star-Lord style headphones. The head band is black and not silver as in the movie. However, other than that, it is great. The item arrived very quickly. I didn't have to wait very long. The seller was a pleasure to deal with.
👤The sound quality is average. If you have a small head, they don't adjust, so you may not be able to get them to fit.
👤I paid $30 for these headphones. I would expect decent headphones and proper packaging for that amount. These were delivered in a bag rather than a box. They arrived broken. The mic piece is just for looks, not to mention it broke off. I got this as a christmas gift and am disappointed it arrived broken. The quality is cheap and not worth $30.
👤My son wanted headphones that looked like the ones in the movie, but I can't hear the music when he is wearing them because they are too loud.
👤The headphones are of poor quality. The part that makes rhe adjustnents break is what I tried to adjust it to. The headset could not be used by the lohnger. Don't buy this headphones.
The headphones are designed for studio use. Large 50mm drivers with rare earth magnets have a great dynamic range. The design of the ear provides outstanding comfort for long listening sessions. The headband is self-adjusting. A Stereo Adapter is included.
👤I bought these at the request of the ol' mate with the stink noodle named Frank and the Hurr-Durr Six Hungo's. These are my first pair of pants. It was a magical experience. Being used to dirtybuds and bluetooth headphones, these taught me that they are actually on to something. I didn't know that music could sound so good. I have a collection of FLAC and a desire for more headphones. The downward spiral has begun. If you're looking for headphones that sound great and are affordable, you've found them.
👤I have compared these against my other audio equipment. The sound is fairly incredible at this price point. The sound is very close to mine. The bass seems to be stronger and more brilliant in the upper reaches. The sound of these was better than the sound of Audio Technica, as they have a very deep bass and treble. The construction is good, but will have to see how long the suspension elastic band will last. At this price point, comfort is acceptable, but not as good as Audio Technica. The headphones are comparable to cans that cost 4 times as much. It is a huge price increase for diminishing returns. They come close to the sound of the Beyer Dynamic. There is a The headphones may end up being my go to headphones.
👤These headphones are not good. It has a V-shaped sound with highs and lows that rumble when it's needed. Bassheads may be left wanting, since Detail doesn't have the same impact as the Monoprice 8323, but it is top notch. The Panasonic HTF600 has a more liquid and smooth sound that is not quite as lean. The Pannys have a better soundstage than the Samsons, but they are more 3D and have better positioning. It's well worth the price for a pair of headphones that are very comfortable and have an amazing soundstage. It works well as an all-round pair of headphones. The headphones leak sound out and let sound in, so be aware of that. Buy these instead of a gaming headset.
👤When reading headphone reviews, you always hear "these sound like $200 headphones for half the price." I don't know about the money, but these things are amazing. They are monitor headphones. These are not fun or warm. They have a great response. They sound better than any headphones I have ever heard. The pads are comfortable over the ears. The pads are warm initially, but do not heat up like vinyl pads. They start at the same temperature. Extending use comfort is possible with the suspension system. I have paid a lot more for my other headphones. I bought them over the Superlux. The pads are slightly less. I didn't need the Superlux to have separate cords. Go with these for your monitors. Better equipment will save you money. You won't do better than these. These aren't for fashion.
👤The headphones are very good for their price range. There is a The experience I've had with these is black and white with other's reviews. I'm not sure if there's been any changes to these ones. A lot of people think the plastic is cheap. The plastic is durable. It seems like it won't break easily soon. A lot of people say that the headphones are very comfortable. I find these harder to use than most of my headphones. The highs sound okay to me, they're not over-exaggerated in my opinion. There is a I wanted to get out of the way before I continued, because my opinions may be biased to some, because I have not reached the burn-in time limit yet. The pros of the review are as follows: - great sound stage: Being an open-back pair, you can really differentiate different panning placements and the stereo image overall. Stereo sounds can be heard well, as opposed to some other closed back headphones. It really places you inside the virtual environment if you're a gaming. The best deal! These headphones are the best in the price range. These headphones are not shabby for consumers/novice producers, they still deliver great, tight, solid bass thanks to their 50mm drivers. Every consumer has a must-have. It doesn't take much to drive them because they have 32 ohms of impedance. You can listen to them on lower-powered devices, like mp3 players, or anything that has a 3.5mm jack. The self-adjusting headband on these is very convenient. You don't have to worry about taking an extra minute out of your day to make a mistake. There is a I don't think the newtons of force are listed anywhere on the site, but these do seem to be pretty bad. The ear cups are stiff, which makes them uncomfortable. I've heard they can be very comfortable, but in my case they weren't. A. These have a little too much bass from what I'm used to in studio monitor reference headphones. The studio monitor reference headphones have a slightly different Frequency Response Curve. You have to send the entire unit back if the cable breaks. There is a one-year warranty on them. If you're going to take these on the bus, they do bleed a little bit. I can only hear the high-end of the spectrum. People around you can tell what kind of music you're listening to, but they can't say anything. If you're in a busy place, these only have the smallest amount of noise isolation. If your environment reflects an industrial workplace, I'd recommend the SR-950's. Final decision. You cannot beat the price range despite some of the cons here and there. Buy them now if you're second guessing your purchase. In the long run, these make up for the cost. There is an update. I remember seeing it out of the corner of my eye, or hearing it in a review, but I don't remember anyone mentioning they left the headphones stretched on an object that's as big as a human head. I put these over the back of my chair last night. It is overnight. The outcome was great. There is no more restriction. No. There is a My suggestion is to stretch these over something that's about the same size as a human head, like I mentioned before. The back of the couch is the ideal size. There is a The earcups around your ears still get irritated even though the clamp is gone.
The sound of the new Colorway is the same as the classic Porta Pro sound. Stay connected with the in-line microphone, remote and volume control. The Porta Pro limited edition has a hard-shell case for easy transport. The collapsible design is the ultimate portable headphones with a headband. Lifetime warranty.
👤Historia is standing by my side. He is watching me write a letter of love for you. He is never going to get a girlfriend. He promised to deliver the letter to you. He wants to repay me for saving them. I apologize for what happened. I didn't think I would choose them over you. I will be dead soon after these words. I don't regret anything. I did not have a name. I didn't know where my parents came from. Being a beggar was my earliest memory. A man showed up and gave me a name. People called me Ymir. You may not think it is unusual, but I just had to take it and I was given a bed and a meal. That wasn't the only thing. The adults who acted like I was invisible all got on their knees and revered me. The man who named me began to dress more and more extravagantly, and as he did, he became happier. I also felt good. I had to play the role that I was given to make everyone happy. I believed that. I kept playing the part of Ymir because of that. I kept playing the part of Ymir even though people started to call me devil. There is a The man who gave me a name claimed that I had tricked him. I kept playing Ymir. I thought it would be fine if that was what saved them. Some people in this world have rocks thrown at them. I was stoned from head to toe as their symbol. There is a It seems that it doesn't mean anything in particular that a small piece of flesh can scream. There is a No. It doesn't mean anything. There is a I think the world is amazing. I opened my eyes again and saw freedom. I walked and lived the way I wanted to. I have no regrets. There is a I would like to say so. I do have one. There is a We aren't married. – Ymir.
👤I bought Koss Porta Pro Black and Koss Porta Pro Black Gold at the same time, after waiting for a long time. I had thought that the cheaper Koss Porta Pro headphones wouldn't amount to much, since I have other more expensive headphones. I was wrong. I like to use them more often now that I have listened to them. There is a The regular Black version does not have a microphone, volume control or hard carry case, but the Black Gold limited edition does. The Black Gold limited edition was more expensive than the regular Black version. I was surprised that no one ever did an A-B sound quality comparison between the two versions. Maybe everyone assumed that they sound the same and that they have the same features, but they cost twice as much. If the headphones sound the same, who would want to pay double for an additional microphone, volume control and a hard carry case? I was curious. I bought the two versions at the same time. There is a I will tell you right away that the limited edition sounds better than the regular edition. The regular version sounds good, but the limited edition sounds better. I've done A-B comparisons between the two versions and found that the one with the limited edition is more dynamic and has a better sound. The bass punches harder and there's more air in the treble of the limited edition version. There is a The regular version sounded more laid back and less dynamic. The regular version has less bass and treble extension than the limited edition. I've wondered why there's a difference in sound quality between the two versions, as design, material used and the speaker drivers themselves are the same and have the same specifications, until I looked at their cables. The two versions have completely different headphones. The regular version has a two- strand cable going into the jack, while the limited edition has a single strand cable. The thinner cable used in the limited edition is the same thickness as the regular version, which is justified by the complaints of other owners. The sound quality of the limited edition is better than the regular edition. There is a You get better sound quality, but thinner cable on the limited edition. It costs 2X as much as the regular version. The limited edition has volume control and a hard carry case. I think the sound quality on the limited edition is better than the standard edition, but you have to be more careful with the thinner single-strand cable. If you don't mind having the best sound quality and worry more about breaking headphones, I would recommend getting the regular Koss Porta Pro version. There is a If you want the best-sounding. The limited edition is Koss Porta Pro. For you, Porta Pro. It's a no-brainer to get the limited edition immediately if you find it going for less than the regular version one day.
We offer a 30-Day Money- Back Guarantee to make sure you are happy with your purchase. Their products come with a 2-year limited warranty to make sure you are covered if there is an issue with them. Bluetooth Wireless Concierge is a built-in microphone and multi-function button to answer calls. The headphones' high-capacity battery provides up to 24 hours of playtime. A quick charge keeps the music going for a while. 5 hours. The over-the- ear headphones have soft ear pads that are long- lasting and lightweight wire that apply gentle pressure on both ears for a close, personalized fit. Every song, every lyric, is clearly heard with dual 40mm neodymium drivers. The acoustic bass control filters enhance high and low tones. The RP-HTX80B headphones are available in four retro colors to match your life, look and style. You can choose from Sangria, Matte Black, or Dijon.
👤I was a huge fan of the legendary RP-HTX7-W1 and bought 4 of them, but I am not a fan of the quality of these headphones. There is a The build quality is even better than the wired one, and support a better-than-average fit and comfort level. The power button must be held for three seconds to turn on, rather than just use a switch, which is the only minor issue with the build. It is a minor annoyance compared to the rest of the issues, but it is tangible when taken in stride with the connection issues we will get to. There is a The audio quality is not good. There is a small amount of compression artifacts on these, and it streams in audio at a very low bitrate, even when audio is turned to the absolute highest settings available on the connected device. The noise floor has been raised to an annoying level. If the audio goes below a certain level, there is a gate on the audio which completely removes any signal, which can be very annoying when working with quiet sounds or watching a movie with quiet scenes. The average user won't notice the delay, but it renders using these for video editing or competitive gaming with a modmic that is somewhat useless. I find that on any device I attach these to, they will randomly disconnected about an hour and a half into every session. I thought it was a battery saving measure for when there is no audio being piped to the headphones, however it is not a battery saving measure if audio is turned up. There is a I can't recommend these headphones to anyone in their current state, even though I hold some hope that Panasonic will make a revision of this model with better audio quality and better bluetooth integration.
👤I've been buying a replacement pair of headphones for four or five years when they break. I was devastated to see that my most recent pair was discontinued. I wanted to try these ones in hopes that they would be the same as the wired ones. Not even close. The sound quality is terrible. The sound quality is better on my laptop speakers. I feel like an old man shaking his fist from his porch when I say that the bluetooth audio trend is the worst thing to happen to headphones. Bring back wired headphones.
👤I was a huge fan of the wired up versions of this headset, and after my was stolen a year or so ago, I've been looking for a new pair, which are basically unavailable now. These have the same amazing styling, but have smaller cups than the previous model, and sound quality is not as good. It has to be sent through the air. There is a If you're a new user, get them. The fit of wireless is pretty good. Don't expect a high quality sound. You have to wire up for that kind of thing. I'm happy to have them for travel and work.
The lightweight aluminum voice coils give a good response. Excellent dynamics are maintained by Neodymium ferrous magnets. The design is finished in black and gray. The metal mesh earpiece covers are high quality. The oxygen free copper cable has a very low handling noise. The technology for connecting.
👤If this is your first time listening to high-end audio, you can swing a decent amplifier by buying these cans. Let's start by burningish my credibility. I have had my HD600s for a while. I'm not Steve Guttenberg. I haven't heard of every system. I have installed a number of 4-figure home theaters, designed my own room correction, and annoyed the Magnolia people at Best Buy by spending way too long running test material through 5-figure MartinLogan. I'm not blind, but I didn't attend KISS concerts when I was younger. Grado SR80 is open, dynamic, $100, and Sony MDR-7506 is closed, dynamic, $100. I compared all of them back to back with the HD600s, using a huge variety of well- recorded material. This component has a ruler-flat response and zero audible distortion, so I'm not messing with the output to favor one component over another. There is a Start with the HD600s. If your environment allows for open cans, start here. Nothing cheaper is a complete product. You can spend more and get better in some areas, but it's almost always with disadvantages elsewhere. Lots of people with HD800s keep their HD600s even if they tire of that stellar can. They can top them in the highs, but often lose on bass impact. You can find out what you like by starting with the HD600s. They've been around for 20 years and have been a benchmark for many. A sentence that starts with "I like my HD600s except for..." is likely to be the most fruitful one. Let's talk about how they are designed and how they compare to the others. Open vs. closed. Headphones are small speaker sets. You only want to hear one side of a speaker. The other side makes the same noise at the same volume. They would cancel out if you could direct them at each other. It's important to not wire a channel backwards in your home stereo because of this. If you're inverting a mic feed to make noise-canceling cans, there are desirable nulls. We need to do something to make sure the flipped signal doesn't affect the primary. The back of the driver is covered by closed cans to absorb sound energy. The approach doesn't want for accuracy or a high response, but it does tend to make the listening space sound smaller. Open headphones and speakers will solve the problem by not solving it, they just vent the back of the speaker into a huge space. It's great for acoustics, but at the cost of treating the missionary one seat over to your collection of Eazy-E. These are not headphones for fashion or luxury. The plastic and light look must have been avant garde in 1998. I bought a pair of HyperX gaming cans for $60 and the overall quality seems worse than the ear pads I've heard good things about. The impression was reinforced a few weeks after purchase when I started getting cutouts in one channel. The problem was solved by Sennheiser a long time ago. The warranty department wanted me to send the old cable back before they sent me a new one. I was repeatedly sent replacement Anywhere MX mice with little more than a request and a serial number. That was not worth the hassle. I bought an aftermarket version of it on the big auction site for fifteen dollars, and it's been reliable for years. Sound and communication. Excellent comfort. I have big ears and a big head. I had to stretch the band a bit because of the compression. Low weight and plush cups that fit around my ears make them easy to forget. The PM3 are on- ear and comfortable, the 7506 are on- ear and equally comfortable, and the 400i are over- ear and equally comfortable. It is very good. Clean, neutral, and slightly forward. It is on par or better than the 400i. The PM3 is excellent. The 7506 has a forward mix that can make it sound thin. The SR80 is tiring with trumpets, violins, and so on. The same overemphasis can add life to dull recordings. Excellent is the range. The 7506 sounds good, but it's a bit fake and back-to-back with the others. The SR80 has a large emphasis on solo vocals, but becomes fatiguing quickly on any recording with more than a few things going on, particularly modern rock or pop. The 400i is very good. The PM3 is just as good. I didn't catch the HD600 until I equalized it. The detail resolution is behind the orthos. The bass is good in both quality and balance. Both orthos have better definition, but they don't have the punch of the HD600. The 7506 is not very precise. The bass in the SR-80 might be useless. There's a definite argument for the PM3; I might even prefer that one because it has less distortion at low frequencies. The tones were very pure and distinct. There is a The HD600 is described as "euphonic". There's nothing wrong with the sound. It doesn't sparkle or pound or whatever wine-review description accompanies cans that try too hard. It's the kind of sound that makes you wonder where the last three hours went, the kind that can make some pieces sound almost distressingly beautiful. There are files and daemons. You can't talk about an output device without a discussion of the signal chain. That includes your audio file, amplifier, and DAC. There is a The file format is not important. No one has ever been able to tell the difference between a CD and a digital format. For pure 2-channel listening, there's no need to chase anything better than a CD. Even lossy compression may suffice. The hate directed at lossy file formats comes from bad encoders. If you converted your CDs to low-bitrate mp3 with a terrible encoder, you'll probably hear some noises you don't like. The last five years have seen the emergence of modern high-bitrate formats. It is rare that a confluence of factors can distinguish it from the original source. Digital to analog conversion is when a digital source is transformed to an analogue signal that can be amplified. The conversion is a solved problem. If not for the lack of a line-out to skip the amplifier stage in most audio devices, the tendency to bury the poor DAC among other noisy components, or the design priorities that favor subjective impressions over measurements, I would not be where I am today. The audible difference between a mediocre DAC and an average one is small, and between great and average. If you want a stand-alone DAC, you should look for an ODAC orJDS OL DAC in the $100 range. Both measure well and never need to be upgraded. There is a Amps are used to make the cans play loud. All of your electronics have an amplifier already. Depending on the sensitivity of the headphones, their "ohm" rating, and how much power the amplifier can output at that impedance, any particular combination of the two can play loud. It is easy to drive cans with low impedance and high sensitivity. They can be pushed to deafening volumes. The HD600 has higher impedance cans. They need more power. They need an external amplifier, whether portable or battery-powered. Let's do some math to prove the point. Loudness is dependent on decibels. Loud is 90 decibels, deafness is 120 decibels, and libraries are 40 decibels. You should be able to hit at least 120 decibels for Transients. If you're willing to sacrifice a bit of tomorrow's hearing for an emotional kick today, you could get 115 decibels. There is a The power output for the portable is usually 15 to 45 mW, 30 to 25 mW, and 300 to 3 mW. The scale is linear and you can cut the load in half and double it. The HD600s have a sensitivity of around 97 dB/mW. We're looking at a max of 101 decibels because the iPhone manages 3 mW. Weak sauce, since that's the loudest possible volume and the average volume for most recordings will be quite a lot lower. The peaks won't get any louder if you raise the average levels with a maxed-out amplifier. The PM3 from Oppo does 101 dB/mW with an impedance of 30. We end up at 115 dB with 25 mW from the iPhone. You would need about 25 times the power to get the same volume from the HD600. See my comment on 7/12/17 for the calculations. The next challenge is to not ruin the response. That's hard because the impedance of dynamic headphones changes with the frequencies. It could be 200 and 400 at this frequencies. The shift in headphone impedance doesn't matter if the amplifier's output impedance is zero. If it's more than zero, the cans' voltage will change over the range. High output impedance can result in something very different. If you don't know how the headphones were driven, it's hard to take subjective opinions seriously. Better bass control is another benefit of low output impedance. The speakers tend to get sloppy and distort at frequencies near their resonance peaks. That is a muddy bass hump. If you want to prevent this distortion, you should use electrical damping, the ability of the amplifier to resist unwanted movement, like it's hard to spin a motor if you've shorted the power terminals. The impedance of the amplifier needs to be at least 8 times less than the impedance of the headphones. A few inexpensive devices manage this 'damping factor' of 8 with just about every can, though not many. Everything else is subjective. A perfect amplifier has no distortion. distortion is the whole point for the people buying tubeamps. If your headphones have a V-shaped response curve, an amplifier that rolls both ends will make them easier to listen to over the long term. The classic "audiophile" curve has strong treble to emphasize detail, which makes it sound better. There is a If the open design of these HD600s didn't already consign them to home use, their high impedance probably will unless you want to supplement your traveling kit with something like a Fiio E17K. They don't matter. Buy what you want. There is a impedance is the only electrical characteristic we care about. thinner cables have more. It doesn't matter if the cable can tow a boat or floats in a breeze if the combined impedance of the amplifier and cable doesn't result in a damping factor below 8. An improvement in impedance is not an improvement. The stock HD600 cable has skinny 30ish-gauge wires that haven't been touched in twenty years. We can calculate the impedance of the headphones with a small rounding error. The HD600s have a damping factor of 30. It's 300/.8 or 28 if you add the cable. It wouldn't be possible to measure the difference in sound. There is a The output volume is the same. The power to the drivers is close to 100 percent. It would take a 20% loss to make a difference. If you run the same weedy cable to a 4-ohm speaker, you will lose 18% of the amplifier's power and reduce the collective damping factor to 5. In a room with acoustic panels, you can detect a loss in fidelity. The cable would be the most important thing in the room. The old cables won't sound better unless they are corroded. Balanced cables will not work. Their claim to fame is a reduction in channel crosstalk, but that benefit is marginal for high-impedance cans and further obscured by the even stereo mix of most material. HD 600 vs. HD 650. The HD600 is a neutral headphones. Everyone says that speakers don't have glaring response anomalies, but it's true that the HD600's correction to flatten the curve is minimal. Music tends to be mastered with a neutral output device in mind; if your hearing isn't unusual, neutral cans are likely to sound good over the broadest cross-section of material. The HD600's response plot might be a genre reference. There is a The HD650 has the same experience. The $100 price difference has nothing to do with quality. Rolling the treble will lend awarmer and slightly less detailed sound that will flatter music mastered "hot" (with compressed dynamic range to make everything sound loud) or with an excessive treble bias. The HD650 won't draw much attention to themselves. Personal preference is what determines whether that's better. The HD700 and HD800 give you the same information whether you want it or not. Some detail is not the same. Enhancements to the driver enclosure are some of the things that give detail. Lesser cans like to add more. On the first listen, the high range sounds clear and vivid, but quickly becomes tiring. Bose speaker demos rely on this effect. Better cans will use more powerful, higher-impedance, lower-distortion drivers and other technologies to show that the manufacturer can use a more relaxed tone curve. The most detailed cans have only a mild treble boost, which is marred by an unfortunate 6K peak. Less, even, than the HD700, which makes do with a less sophisticated driver. Reviewers tend to find the HD700 a little harsh on direct comparison. Plugging the HD600 into tubes could be the way to approximate the HD650's tone curve, but if you really want it, there's a better way. Here we enter controversy. Audiophiles believe in maintaining the integrity of the signal. Class A furnace Amps, fancy cables, and 24-bit audio are not out of place in this crowd. I have abandoned that view with the HD600 for the better. Over the last twenty years, we've had enormous advances in signal processing. The HD 600 is a mechanical device. It doesn't have an ideal response. Even if the driver could be made perfect, the earcups and enclosure impact the sound too much. There is a If we measure the output curve, we can modify the input to recreate the response we want. Digital signal processing is what this is called. The software that makes up the music player in the store is a basic one, as is the auto tune and enhancement buttons. The benefits of the processing can outweigh the negatives, even though it's almost never free. The HD600 was measured and corrected by a company called Sonarworks. The HD600 is a legitimate tool for mastering, and the correction will correct any perception that the HD600 is bass-light. It sounds like a speaker. The low end of Equalizer APO seems to have less distortion than the high end, but it is still a free alternative. Wave Arts Panorama is a software enhancement. It's a great way to take recordings out of your head and put a singer in front of you. Real recordings use a dummy head with physical ears. 4Front and Psypan attempt the same with math. It is well matched to your ears. Why is my neighbor pounding on the ceiling? Oh. Wait. The author measured a bunch of high-dollar audio setups for the program " Out of Your Head." Do you want your HD600s to sound like a movie theater? That is now a thing. To wrap this novel, definitely try the HD600s. They're often on sale in the high $200s and there isn't a more complete product at that price. If you don't want to bother with an amplifier, the Hifiman 400S is 888-739-5110 A number of people rate the 400S better than the Senns, despite the price difference. If you're on the go, have small ears, and don't want to annoy everyone, the PM3 is a great choice. You can't go wrong with any of them.
72 hours playtime and 40mm driver deliver a wireless experience. 40mm drivers deliver vibrant bass, vivid midst, and vibrant highs without overlap. The OneOdio Studio monitor headphones have a clear sound. Powerful bass, clear vocal, and crisp high tones form stereo sound with large, 50 millimeter speaker unit drivers. It's built to stay competitive. The Memory Foam ear cushions are designed for comfort and noise isolation. The headband is stretchable and can be adjusted to fit you. No more adaptive individuals. DJ style coiled cord is easy to reach from the TV to the chair. There is a 3.5mm plug included. You can plug in the mixer you want to use. 90 ear cups for single- ear monitoring, self-adjustable headband and flexible earcups are included in the single-side headband that can last for hours for mastering and mixing. All devices have an audio jack. The bass sound is good and the comfort is good. These are the headphones you've been looking for.
👤I've been playing music for over 30 years. I've fronted a rock band, sat in a symphony and performed with many groups. I do a lot of work in the field of DJing and producing music. I spend more time in headphones than anyone else. I have many different kinds. I bought these for casual listening, backups/consumer references for tracking and mixing, and situations where I'm playing with another electronic artist and I need to hear the mains directly, because I DJ with in- ear monitors. I wanted these to be cheap and sound good, but I wanted them to be backups and not worry about leaving them at a venue. There is a I bought the upgraded standard version of the model. There is a The headphones sound great, especially for the price. They've got a V-shaped tuning, but it's not as extreme as some of the other brands. If you're looking to reference quality consumer gear tuning profiles, it's pretty accurate. The soundstage and separation are good, the clarity is good, the mids are full and forward but balanced, and with the volume turned up, the bass really rumbles without getting muddy. They're nice and warm, but still detailed and not overly colored. I don't think you could get better sound at this price. They reach the hi-fi bar, even if they aren't up to audiophile standards. They will please any bassheads without making them muddy. They're great casual listening headphones and with some EQing, it would be useful for mixing or tracking. Hip hop and EDM don't need any changes to their music production. The tuning is not skewed for bass, but they are not thin, cold, or "reference" headphones either. I like them better than the Monster DNA 40s, and they sell for $30 more. I played a half set with them and tried them out for DJing. I had no issues with that application, although I switched back to my in-ears after a couple hours, but I can't give a full review for DJ purposes. There is a The double-sided cable and audio pass-through features are very useful. I used it as a built-in earphone splitter for casual listening and watching movies with my partner much more than I thought. They were connected to two audio sources and I used them to mix and listen to tracks from a music player. I was listening to music while on the phone. It's a great feature. There is a The bag and cables are included at this price. There is a The earcups are very comfortable and have a good seal. These earpads are very comfortable. It's like a couch on your head. I can only describe them as friendly. I don't think you could find a better cushion at a better price. The headband is comfortable. The inner diameter of the cups isn't large enough for big ears, so they may not be a good fit for you. It's perfect for my ears and peanut head. They are very stylish. I like the retro brown color and the matching cable. There is a The build quality could be better. My pair has one side that is snug and the other side that is loose and squishy. It's not terrible, but it's noticeable. There is a I only had these for a couple weeks. I've only used them a few times and been gentle with them. I was jamming with another DJ yesterday and had to fold them and put them away. I pulled on the cover the way I was supposed to, not the cable or strain relief. The cover came off the device. I was surprised to see that it was only held on with a small amount of weak glue. I thought the strain relief design looked pretty heavy. There is a The right side driver started dropping out a couple days later. I'm hoping that the brand is better because I just got a bad unit. There is a I wouldn't use them as main cans for DJing. I don't think they'd be able to do it. It's perfect for backups or spare parts, for casual home listening or as budget reference cans. I'll contact the company to see if they can help me out with the review. There is a The update was done on 2/08/19. I got a call from the company before I could offer a replacement. Customer service is great there. I asked them if they would buy a replacement brown cable. They sent me a red cable free of charge, even though they didn't sell the brown cable separately. Solid. There is a There were no issues with the replacement cable. I think I have a bad one. I'll update my review when I get the replacement headphones. I got the replacement headphones a few days ago, in half the time they estimated. They sent the wrong ones. I got the cheaper Pro 10s instead of the Pro 30's. Within minutes, I got a reply from the company after snapping a pic and email. They sent me a replacement for the Pro-30's after they apologized for the mistake. They told me to keep the Pro-10s. Excellent customer service. I upgraded my original 3-star review to 4-stars because of how good OneAudio is. I'll review the Pro-10s and report back after I try them. When I get the replacement Pro 30's, I'll be able to spend more time with them. Update 2/26/19. I got my replacement. Pro 30 was sent out by OneAudio a few days ago. Very timely. They work well. There were no issues with the driver or cable. I've been spending more time with them, producing music, listening to music, preparing tracks for DJing, watching media and listening to podcasts. I'm more appreciative of them. The comfort is amazing. The sound quality of the 50mm driver is very good, and it's even better for the price. They are clear enough for critical listening but not fatiguing. The mids are warm and the bass is thick. If you're looking for a clear, shiny, magical treble, you're wrong. The treble is not as shiny as you'd think. You can listen to these phones for hours without your ears getting tired. There is a OneAudio has shown a real commitment to customer service and has been excellent to deal with. The 24 month warranty is very generous and they stand by it. They earned my future business. I have changed my review from 4 to 5 stars for the replacement set and for OneAudio's customer service. I still enjoy listening to them, and I still use them all the time, one year later. The dust is still gathering. I bought a pair of Nuraphones which retail at $400 and I still use my OneOdios when I'm gaming, relaxing on the couch, or referencing how tracks will sound on consumer headphones. They're still enjoyable to listen to and the comfort is unparalleled. The earpads have gotten better as they've been broken in. I haven't been nice with them and they've held up. If you're looking for a comfortable, high-value headphones that sounds good, I still recommend these and would happily put them up against headphones at the $100 mark. There is a I think the OneOdio A70 Fusion is an excellent all-around, workhorse headphone.
Damage may occur during transportation due to the particularity of the headset. If there is a quality problem caused by distribution, please contact them in time and they will respond to you as soon as possible. The studio legend, now portable, is a collaboration with world- renowned headphone manufacturer Beyerdynamic, and has the kind of German-made quality you can see, hear, and feel. The Pro-ROOTS program is for people who want to improve their root system. The latest generation of 45mmTesla drivers are used in the DT 177X GO, which uses a heavy, controlled bass. The headphones have a closed-back design that makes it easy to drive from portable sources without an amplifier. You will get two pairs of premium Dekoni earpads, one sheepskin and the other velour. Premium Dekoni sheepskin ear pads are included in the DT 177X GO headphones. The lambskin leather they are made of is soft and creates a great seal. The driver is 45mm, impedance is 32 ohms, cable is 6 ft, plug is 3. 5mm, and the Frequency response is 5 Hz-40 kHz. There are included ear pads, closed-back headphones, and sheepskin ear pads.
👤I own a lot of high end open back headphones but I didn't have a lot of closed back sets that were as neutral as I would have liked. They have a good sound profile that is fun but not overly fun and bassy with highs that are clear but not overly analytical and harsh. The mids are not as deep as the forward highs and lows would suggest. The bass is tight. These are the most open sounding close backs I have ever used. The sound stage is very accurate. I have not used the HD820. I think they sound open like this, if not more so. There is a These are good all-rounders. It's great for music, movies, and working with games. I haven't used the cups yet. I will update the review as I have more experience with it. The price is fair if you are already paying for audio equipment, but for most people this is more than they need and more than they should spend. The audio quality has held up for closed back headphones in this price range, after having used them for a year for gaming and general use on my pc. I have to point out that one of the clips that is screwed in over the head cushion has broken, which will cause the head band material to come out. I don't like this design and wish they had used metal parts here since it seems like this would be a common weak point on the headphones in general. I think a pair of V-Moda's would serve people just as well as closed back headphones, for less and with a better cable. They would be fun headphones that are good for gaming, but you have to trade off a bit of mid range and highs for extended bass. There is a If you don't need a closed back set, you can find the Sundara's for about $100 less and get something I think is generally superior in every way except their cable is horrible and should be replaced immediately. The tuning is excellent, the soundstage is good, and so far the construction quality looks good, but you will need a little more power to get the benefits. There is a The price of the 177 is what is making this less and less of a recommendation. The cable and plug are horrible.
👤I haven't used them much since I turned them into my daily radio broadcasts last month. I keep them on a proper hanger at my desk. The right headphones are buzzing. The problem is confirmed by a Frequency test. The 1990 Pros have gotten 100x more running time than these. I would avoid it at all costs. Garbage. There is a The signature is very close to the bigger brother. The closed-back variant is what this is. The pre-installed garbage pads are very stiff and thin. Things change dramatically when you replace a decent Dekoni pad with something better. If you need a new set of pads, you need to factor in the cost. The pads that come with this are advertised as Dekoni. They're terrible when compared to the Premium series.
Go retro with the Rewind Wireless Retro Headphones, they take you back to when you could kick it with your Walkman. It's time to go wireless. The Rewind headphones give you 12 hours of playtime, a custom sound system, and all of the controls you need. The same design and foam ear pads will make you nostalgic. Today's technology has an old-school look. You can keep your music hassle-free by using a wireless link to stream it from up to 30 feet away. You will leave with a feeling of rock-star vibes all day long with up to 12 hours of mind-blowing sound. You can take control with these headphones, which come with a button on the headset, so you can answer calls without taking out your phone. Crystal clear communication is possible with an onboard microphone. For those who need to know moments, a double click and digital microphone lets you turn on and off voice assistant prompt as you please. Their radical EQ3 setting allows you to change the sound of your music via the headphones. JLab Signature, Balanced, and Bass boost are available. They offer a 30-Day Money- Back Guarantee to make sure you are happy with your purchase. Their products come with a 2-year limited warranty to make sure you are covered if there is an issue with them.
👤These headphones are great. Game Boys were black and white, TVs were big and heavy, and everyone had lots of wires. There is a The headphones are great, they're good without the wires. I love the retro styling of the blue. The band is made of brushed steel. The sound quality is the best in the $20 price range. They are not as good as Bose, but you won't be using them around the city. No big deal if I lose these. I'll get another pair of Hamiltons. The microphone is loud and clear, and the battery lasts an entire day. There is a Some people may not like the fact that these are not isolated. I can talk to people, hear cars and street noise. I am wearing these. There is no noise cancellation. I was looking for that. I don't want to be cut off from the world, I just want to add some background music. That and sweet 90s styling are what you get with these. I got these headphones in December of last year. They are still going strong almost two years later. I chatted with my wife on the phone for 30 minutes and had no complaints about the mic. Sound quality is great for the price. I would like to get another pair in black or white. There is an edit on January 3, 2021. The blue headphones are still on, but I lost the earpads and had to order generic ones. I bought a white pair for my wife. I think they will have the same quality, in white and gray. If they don't, you'll hear from me. There is a The 11/29/2021 edit was changed. Been almost 3 years... chugging along... I might get a back up pair when they are on sale for 9 bucks.
👤If you would describe yourself that way, what are you doing looking at $20 headphones? I think these are a great value for the price and fit my needs perfectly. There is a I can't stand ear buds. I don't know if it's the shape of my ears that make them hurt, but I've tried ear buds that make my ears hurt if I wear them for more than a short time. I have more expensive ear headphones, but they're not as portable as I would like. I thought that it would be great to have something like the old Sony headphones that came with every walkman, except wireless! There is a I was surprised that there wasn't a wider selection. I found these, and they work well. Not to mention being cute. There is a I didn't have any issues with the volume level when I used these. I only listened to music, so I don't know how well they would do for an audiobook or a show. There is a There is no noise cancellation on these. That is a plus for me. Being able to hear what's going on around me when I'm traveling is helpful. It is also good for listening while walking. There is a The charging port is a little awkward to use, but once I had plugged it in a few times, I got used to it. One feature that is great. I didn't know that the headphones have three audio settings, so if the sound balance isn't right, you can try changing to one of the other settings. There is a Really pleased with these!
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