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Blue Microphones Mo-Fi Powered High-Fidelity Headphones with Integrated Audiophile Amplifier

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  • Integrated audiophile amp and custom-matched drivers deliver unrivaled sound
  • Revolutionary personalized fit for superior comfort and performance
  • Powered system improves performance of all your devices
  • 50mm titanium-reinforced ultra-responsive dynamic drivers
  • Comes with 1M cable with Mfi Mic, 3M cable, and 6.5mm to 3.5mm adaptor
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Mo-Fi stands for "True Mobile High Fidelity". Now you can have studio-quality, high fidelity sound on any device, anywhere. Mo-Fi is the first headphone designed around an integrated hi-fi amplifier. Since Mo-Fi doesn't rely on another device for power it can have custom drivers that are power hungry-and extremely accurate.

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Item Weight 2.9 pounds
Product Dimensions 7.9 x 7.9 x 9.1 inches
Shipping Weight 7.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Origin Imported
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ASIN B00LXBC7W4
Item model number Mo-Fi
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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4.3 out of 5 stars 110 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,650 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#50 in Musical Instruments > Recording Equipment > Headphone & In-Ear Audio Monitors > Headphones
Date first available at Amazon.com August 26, 2014

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I thought I had pretty much all of my headphones needs covered as I own the Sennheiser HD-650, Bose QC20i, and the B&W P5 and P7. With the exception of the Sennheiser HD-650 the other headphones were great for mobile use. Meaning I would be using them in the office, the coffee shop, or flying commercial airlines. When I saw these internally amplified headphones and unique design I just had to give them a try.

I was surprised how great these sounded with my IOS devices (iPad Air and iPhone 5s). The sound they give is rich and full, but not overwhelming. I suppose they would not appeal to those who are of the "flat sound school". They are not analytical. I liken them to a very analog sound verging on an almost tube like sound, but very still responsive.

As you probably know many audiophiles amplify their mobile devices with external/outboard amplifiers and DAC's. I've gone that route some years ago with a portable CD player no less (Headroom Headphones rig). However, even the more modern solutions do not currently appeal to me. The deployment and carry requirements for every day mobile use are just a bit too daunting, let alone the cost of even higher end external mobile solutions.

With my IOS devices I mainly used them with in the amplifier "On" position. I did not use the "On+" position much as I didn't think it was needed. I suspect that there may be some types of music that this would benefit. I did like the "On+" with some Acoustic Alchemy music. But all in all I kept the "On" position in play.

I also like that the lows, mid-range, and highs are all clearly heard in a well balanced presentation. The music doesn't step on the vocals. It all blends nicely.
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Just picked up the BLUE MO FI Headphones. I have worked in music for many years - I'm a producer, composer, and musician. But, first and foremost, I am a music FAN. I love it all- from orchestral to jazz to rock to hip hop and I must tell you that the MO FI does them all and does them all well. These headphones are unbelievable. I am in recording studios or at shows for the majority of my time and I still can't get enough of my MO FIs.
Upon opening the box, I was immediately impressed. The way that the headphones feel is like sitting in a Bentley for the first time - high quality and luxurious. All of the materials are top notch-- from the cables to the ear cups.
The way the headphones fit is equally impressive. I'm not sure what the mechanism is that adjusts to your head, but it must be patented because I've never seen anything like it and it fits like nothing else. I really like that you can adjust the angle of the ear cups (this will make sense when you try them on) . This is a big feature to me, because I notice that some headphones make me fatigued because the angle of the ear cups is fixed. The MO FI ear cups adjusts easily so that even a guy with my ears can fit them properly. Great underrated feature of the MO FI.
I actually wore these on the first day for four hours and it was comfortable all the way through. I even walked my dog for the first hour with them on, so I was moving around a lot. Still felt great.
Now, to the important part - the sound! I checked these out in all three modes. My favorite mode is On without the "+". That means the active circuit is on and the headphones are rocking. In this mode I listened to some rock (Dead Sara) and a score by John Williams. Sounded fantastic.
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Years ago I used to have a really nice headphone setup, some expensive Sennheisers and dedicated headphone amp. It wasn’t portable, but it had the sort of full sound where you feel like you’re in the room and you feel like you can hear “the back of the throat” of your favorite vocalist.

Then I converted my CDs to MP3s, then later put those on an iPod and stopped listening to music in a single room. That meant losing the headphone amp, but it seemed a good tradeoff given the gain in mobility. Gradually I forgot what I had lost in terms of sound quality.

The last several years I’ve been using the Bose noise cancelers. I thought they were fine until I put on these mofos, uh, Mo-Fi’s. Cued up some old Mars Volta. Dang, I forgot how much of a difference really great headphones can make.

OK, some particulars: unboxing, the MoFi’s seem like an Apple product (minus the white). Very well-designed package that gives you an indication that this product was put together with care and pride. The headphones themselves seem incredibly substantial given the price. I always kind of resented the fact that my Bose noise cancelers cost as much as they did but had a cheap plastic feel. This is not an issue with the Mo-Fi’s. They have a sturdy, rubberized cord and a very substantial body, with a unique, collapsible design that has the benefit of automatically turning off the power when you remove them.

Now, onto sound. I listened to The Mars Volta’s “Viscera Eyes” on both the Bose and the MoFi’s and the difference is incredible. I couldn’t believe how much detail I was missing with the Bose. The Mo-Fi’s rock like nobody’s business. The internal amp made a bigger difference than I expected.
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