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Nady QH560 Deluxe Studio Headphones Buy Two and Save

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  • Nady QH560 open-back studio-quality headphones have advanced-design high-performance drivers
  • They produce a clear, natural sound suitable for studio reference.
  • 20Hz-20kHz response.
  • Self-adjusting headband for comfort and universal fit.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Nady
  • Model Number: KIT-245604

Product Description

Nady QH560 open-back studio-quality headphones have advanced-design high-performance drivers and ultrathin 40mm diaphragms. They produce a clear, natural sound suitable for studio reference. 20Hz-20kHz response. Self-adjusting headband for comfort and universal fit. Buy Two and Save!

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B0002MT6VA
  • Item model number: KIT-245604
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 16, 2004

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Doc Richards on December 25, 2004
I bought the deal. You get what you pay for with these, they're okay, but both sets have a tendency to have the signal fade on the right hand earpiece so you're listening to a mono signal. This is particularly annoying while recording. I've tried rerouting the signal through different outlet and through different components...same story. If you are a home hobbyist doing personal projects...these are probably okay, though I probably would look a little higher up the available models.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By P. Young on June 24, 2009
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The Nady QH560 is so superior to the Sennheiser HD555 that I had to put in my two bit so other shoppers might consider the Nady unit. I have been using Nady for about a year and became jaded and assumed that most high end manufacturers have kept up with the competition. Not so with Sennheiser. For my listening tests, I rely mostly on large symphonic pieces. Initially, I compared the HD555 to my old Sennheiser HD420 and found the 555 to have corrected a significant defect of the HD420, weak bass. When compared against the Sony MDR-V6 (a well regarded low-end headphone of yesteryear), the HD555 had a slightly veiled sound and suppressed highs. Sennheiser reticent mid-range voicing put the listener dozen rows behind the more detailed Sony. I decided that a more competitive comparison would be between Sony MDR-V6 and the Nady QH560. While the Sony is no slouch, the QH won hands down, with a far more satisfying rich bass output (although slightly elevated but not overhang bass). What sets the QH 560 apart is a very transparent mid-range which is the hallmark of any high end headphone. Couple this with a clean brass/string in the high ranges and you have an excellent hadphone. All this for almost give-away prices. For the $100 price of the under-performer HD555, I could have brought 5 (five)Nady QH560. I will buy a few more Nady QH'sSony MDR-V6 Monitor Series Headphones with CCAW Voice Coil while they are still available.Read more ›
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Diane on December 27, 2006
I got the 2 for 1 deal about 6 months ago because i always seem to break headphones, but im still on the first pair.

These headphones sound superb to other ones i have tried out (theres been a few), and all the mids seem to be just right. When i first got them, i noticed that there seemed to be higher bass than normal, but ive gotten used to it and I dont even notice it anymore.

The only 2 flaws about it are that i have a big head, and these seem to stretch out after a lot of use and then stay there so if you put it on again they are a little big too big and dont cuff your ears perfectly. The only way i have solved this problem is to physically force them together. The other con about mine is one of the silver side pieces fell off, but thats just cosmetic. When i first got them, they seemed a little uncomfortable, but i have gotten used to them and they are fine now.

I care more about sound than looks, and for the money, I am very happy with these. There are some flaws to these, but for the money I think they are what you pay for and maybe then some.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 31, 2007
During my audiophile phase back in the 70's I was a headphone junkie - Nowadays I'm rediscovering the joys of headphones again. As a working musician, and admitted digital music geek, I was looking for something that could do double-duty; plug into the computer, and plug into my mixing board for gigs where we provide the PA.

I ran across these while browsing the Musician's Friend site, for about ten bucks less than they're listed for now, and jumped on what I thought would be a good deal. Boy was I wrong - It was a *Great* deal!!!

Are these phones perfect? Probably not, but in my opinion, for the money, you'd be hard pressed to find a more comfortable and more acoustically pleasing set anywhere. True, the low end isn't quite as tight as I would like, and tends to break up just a bit at really high volume, but overall they deliver a great sound and don't excessively color the music. High's are crisp and clean, Mids are warm and well balanced, and the lows come across with just the right amount of "Oomph."

To get not one, but two sets of great sounding headphones for this price is insane. I've used them on all sorts of sources, from the computer, to my iPod, to my stereo, to live feeds on a 24 channel mixing board, and they've yet to let me down. They are very comfortable (I love the fabric ear cups - so much nicer than plastic or other non-breathable materials), have a relatively long cord, provide adequate ambient noise isolation, and the included mini to 1/4" adapter lets you plug them into any device you want.

Don't get me wrong - I love my JBL Reference Headphones, but for everyday use, and long listening sessions, these are the phones I reach for every time. To get two pair for 20% less than the MSRP of one pair is an irresistable deal. This is a purchase you won't regret.
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