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JVC Kenwood Victer Stereo Headphones Ha-sz1000

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  • Form: Dynamic type.
  • Output sound pressure level: 107 dB/1 mW.
  • Reproduction frequency band: 5 Hz - 33,000 Hz.
  • Impedance: 16Ω.
  • Maximum permissible input: 1,500 mW
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  • Form: Dynamic type.

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00CIQ88UI
  • Item model number: HA-SZ1000-E
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 22, 2013

Product Description

The "live beat system" which makes compatible realistic heavy low-pitched sound, a high-resolution inside sound, and loud-sound reproduction

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Just a quick "review" here.

I've been collecting and using headphones for quite a while now. I've had everything from "monitoring-style" headphones, to bass monsters. These definitely go in the bass monsters category just like their SZ2000 brother (owned it for a few months a year ago or so). They are built well and they are actually quite hefty.

Regarding overall sound signature, they sound warm overall but a bit more "tamed" than the SZ2000 (as I remember them). Vocals are less in your face as well. So I can say that up to this point, I prefer these more than the SZ2000 but they definitely lack clarity!! Bass is the main driver here and although the mids and highs are present, it seems they have a bit of a "veil" to them and this veil causes them to loose clarity.

These were a few of my impressions in my home set-up for the SZ2000 a year ago:

"JVC definitely has the BIGGER more rounded Bass, definitely a few more dBs in the bass section (sub/mid-bass), also everything is more "in your face" on the JVCs (probably due to lower impedance and me trying to match them volumes lol), yes, even the mids... BUT the lack of clarity borders on "budget/mid-fi" to me (i.e. mids less clear than AT M50s, Shure 840s, etc. ... only on head-fi those two are "budget" cans LOL). (this above was me comparing the SZ2000s to my basshead faves Ultrasone Sig DJs mostly)

Now, the SZ1000 seem to do a BIT better with that regard (clarity) but I'd definitely like them to be cleaner. And this is actually not obvious on bassy tracks or genres like Reggaeton, Hip-hop, etc.
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