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Onkyo ES-HF300 On-Ear Headphones (Black/Silver)

by Onkyo

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  • New 40 mm (19/16) Wide-Range Titanium Drivers for Clearer Sound
  • Sub-Chamber for Deep, Well-Defined Bass
  • Tough Aluminum Driver Housing and Hanger Arms
  • 6N Oxygen-Free Copper Cable Protects Signal for Pure Sound
  • Tough Elastomer Cable Sheath Resists Tangling and Reduces Touch Noise
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Technical Details

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 8.8 x 8.8 inches ; 8.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0081R7XR2
  • Item model number: ES-HF300(S)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 5, 2013

Product Description

From the Manufacturer


ES-HF300 On-Ear Headhones

Sleek Style & Stellar Audio
Everywhere You Go

Take Onkyo's high quality audio everywhere you go with a pair of ES-HF300 On-Ear Headphones. Built to deliver maximum fidelity at a realistic price, these stylish aluminum-encased headphones have a lot to offer anyone who loves music.


High Purity Copper-Core Cable for Pure Sound

6N Oxygen-Free Copper Cable

The headphone's cable is of critical importance to its sound quality. The ES-HF300 comes with a 6N oxygen-free copper cable, which delivers almost zero resistance for superior sound.

Insulating the core is a tough and flexible elastomer sheath that minimizes touch noise and ensures the best possible conductivity. It also resists tangling. As with all Onkyo headphones, it's also detachable for easy replacement.


Well-Defined, Clear Sound

Wide-Range Titanium Drivers

Onkyo on-ear headphones feature 40 mm (1 9/16") full-range titanium drivers encased in aluminum. Designed to reproduce a wide frequency spectrum, they are noted for crisp and detailed performance in the mid to high ranges.

Tuned to give full voice to all types of music, the drivers faithfully recreate compressed audio formats and are robustly sensitive to lossless and 192/24 playback.


Deep, Powerful Bass

Dual Chamber Construction

Bass response isn't a matter of quantity, but quality. You don't want "boomy" bass, which blurs the audio image. You DO want headphones that fully control low frequencies and add weight and dynamism to all types of music.

Onkyo's on-ear headphones do that, and they have perfect dynamic balance, with dual chambers behind the driver to optimize bass response. Careful tuning and rigid construction tame resonance and ensures a solid foundation of well-muscled bass at all volume levels.


Built for Portability

Solid Construction

Folding earcups, detachable connectors, and exceptionally tough construction make the ES-HF300s ideal for the daily commute.

Gold-plated connectors preserve signal integrity and resist the effects of corrosion.

Carrying case included.




Comfortable for Long Listening Sessions

Padded, Adjustable Headband & Leatherette Earpads

Soft leatherette earpads seal against ambient noise and minimize sound leakage.

Combined with a padded, adjustable headband, Onkyo on-ear headphones are comfortable to wear for hours at a time. Keep it rocking.


Features  ES-HF300

  • New 40 mm (1 9/16") Wide-Range Titanium Drivers for Clearer Sound
  • Dual Chambers for Deep,Well-Defined Bass
  • Tough Aluminum Driver Housing and Hanger Arms
  • 6N Oxygen-Free Copper Cable Protects Signal for Pure Sound
  • Detachable Cable for Easy Replacement
  • Tough Elastomer Cable Sheath Resists Tangling and Reduces Touch Noise
  • Gold-Plated MMCX and Mini-Stereo Connectors L-Shaped Reinforced Stereo Plug
  • Folding Design for Portability
  • Adjustable Padded Headband
  • Comfortable and Stylish Leatherette Earpads

© 2013 ONKYO USA Corporation. All rights reserved. Onkyo features and specifications subject to change without notice.

Product Description

Take the famed Onkyo sound on the road with our ES HF300 On Ear Headphones. Passion for music is reflected in the aluminum driver housing, its shape referencing the volume control on our iconic audio components. The single arm design creates a clean, elegant profile accentuated with brushed and burnished aluminum. Soft leatherette ear pads and headband make for comfortable listening, but that's just the beginning: two 40 mm (19/16) titanium drivers, dual chambers for optimized bass, and rigid construction combine to present a wonderfully clear stereo image. These headphones handle everything from Mendelssohn to metal, with deep reaching bass and a detailed mid range testament to the long hours spent tuning the drivers to perfection. Adding further value is the audiophile grade copper cable, which provides almost perfect conductivity for superior sound quality. Protected by transparent elastomeric to insulate against touch noise, the one piece cable has gold plated connections and is the perfect length for travel. Details such as the flat folding design and detachable cable make it easier to enjoy component quality audio everywhere you go.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

They are comfortable and most important they stay on my head when bending.
k-redd
The Y cables do NOT use standard 3.5mm connectors both ends, and so must be replaced by only Onkyo cabling (see para above for more details).
Severian
To sum up, these headphones look good - in a retro, serious music-lover, way.
Penumbra

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By "switterbug" Betsey Van Horn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 25, 2013
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Sweet! OK, I am not a versed audiophile, but I do own several sets of headphones, and I can discern the difference in their properties, and appraise some of the merits of quality sound. These Onkyo cans are made for on-the-go listening, such as iPods, Smart Phones, etc. I can also plug it into my iMac and sit back comfortably in my chair to listen.

First, one needs to compare these (if you are going to compare) with similar type headphones. These are on-the-ear closed cans. Closed headphones isolate you from the noise around you (and keep others from hearing your music), while open headphones usually produce better sound--but at the expense of sound passing through the cups. My Sennheiser 598s, which are pricey, are open, so I won't compare to these.

Rather, I'll size these up to my Sennheiser Momentum Headphone - Brown which are $349.95 (over the ear, on-the-go type), although these Onkyo's are on-ear design. Both, essentially, claim a similar quality of sound.

These Onkyo cans are less than $200, but sound much more expensive. Like the Momentums, the sound is full, precise, round, and resonant. The highs are crisp, and the bass is clear--they don't sound boom-y or rattly. I would say that the division and range of sound on the Onkyo is equal to that of the pricier Momentums. The Momentums are rich and textured with a warm sound; these are somewhat brighter, but still warm, and the treble is smooth.

I did have to burn in my Momentums before they sounded as good as the Onkyo did right out of the box. I always test with
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Severian TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 12, 2013
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The Onkyo ES-HF300 is the same pair of headphones as Onkyo's FC300, only with an allegedly higher performance oxygen free cord. If you've already read my review of the FC300, you can skip to the last two paragraphs of this review to see the differences between the two models and my comparative opinions of them. For now, I will discuss the similarities between the two models.

Onkyo's first venture into the modern headphone market is a fairly conservative one. Onkyo developed a mid-priced model with few innovative features, and one that lacks modern amenities such as a single cup wiring, an inline volume / pause / microphone unit in the cord, and multiple cords supplied. However, Onkyo achieved a high value package that sounds better than it's price would indicate, and one that probably will please both audiophiles and mainstream headphone users.

First, build quality. The HF/FC series are built very similarly, made mostly of plastic with comfy pleather on-ear cushions. The Onkyos do have aluminum driver housings, which is a nice upscale touch. I personally felt the comfort factor was high for an on-ear, superior to the Sennheiser HD25s, and about equal to the ATH ESW9A. The Onkyos are somewhat larger than both of the above mentioned headphones, and the grip on the head is somewhere in between the Senns and the ATH as well. This level of grip to me is a good thing, as the phones remain reasonably stable on your head (unlike the ESW9s), and are also less unpleasant for a long listening term than the HD25s). A circumaural set of phones (fully surrounding the ear) will be more comfy for most users, but the supra-aural Onkyos will be good for most listeners for at least 90-120 mins of consecutive listening before any discomfort is noted.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By k-redd on September 13, 2013
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I like these headphones very much. I bought these to wear at work, I have a machine job and I,m on my feet all day. They are comfortable and most important they stay on my head when bending. The wires are detatchable and seem like they would last, only time will tell. I like the fact that they a Y shaped wires for this reason: the wires are placed in the BACK of each ear cup, which means I can run the wires behind my head and down my back, and simply attach to my iPod or phone which I hang on my belt loop. The wires are just the perfect length for this purpose. I felt they are very well designed and attractive, sound quality is crisp and clear. They come in a draw string pouch, which is more convenient to carry around than a heavy case (for me anyway) these also are not noise canceling which is a nessicity for me. A great well designed pair of headphones.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Lucky on June 30, 2014
I'm a longtime Onkyo customer, everything from CD players to receivers to turntables, and was very excited to learn they'd thrown their hat into the headphone arena. The headphones themselves are sturdy and sound great. The problem is the proprietary cable which negates everything they've done right. It's recommended to keep the cable plugged into the headphones at all times and after four months of use, the right channel began to glitch. You'd simply move your head and the sound would drift in and out. The cable itself is the problem. Since the headphones are under a one year warranty, I contacted Onkyo customer support and asked for a replacement cable. I was given three far flung authorized repair centers they expected me to drive to for diagnosis, despite already knowing what the problem was. I was incredibly disappointed. The replacement cable itself is very pricey and it's the sole reason I'm reviewing this debit that refutes the headphones themselves.

I wound up getting a replacement cable made by another company that were intended for Shure's headphones. It costs double what the original did, but it's strong and seems more durable. Whether or not the gold connections make any difference, the headphones themselves are superb. It's the cord which drags them down, but get an outside brand cable and these work fine.
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