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Panasonic RP-HTF600-S Stereo Over-ear Headphones

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  • 2-step quick-fit mechanism for easy band adjustment
  • Large foam earpads for comfortable fit
  • Single-side monitoring system
  • Single-side cord
  • Large diameter driver units 50mm (1-15/16")
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 2 x 2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004MMEI8W
  • Item model number: RPHTF600S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (729 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 14, 2011

Product Description

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Select Specifications

Drive Unit (mm): 50
Impedance: 56
Sensitivity (dB/mW): 100
Max. input (mW): 1,500
Frequency Response (Hz-kHz): 10 - 27
Cord length (ft): 9.8
Weight w/o cord (oz): 7.8
In-cord Volume: No
Miniplug (3.5mm): Yes
Air Plug Adaptor: Yes
Magnet Type: Nd:Neodymium
Plug: Gold

Customer Reviews

A very clear sound with a great balance of bass.
michael alvarez
Overall, I'd certainly recommend these to anyone who is just looking for a solid pair of reasonably priced headphones, as well as anyone who likes lots of bass.
C. Bliss
They are comfortable and do not hurt and I wear them for hours at a time.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

306 of 316 people found the following review helpful By Art Vandelay on December 9, 2011
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After many hours of researching phones, I came to a decision on these, and I don't regret it at all. Since amazon reviews helped me so much to make my choice, I figured I'd write one myself...

Let me start off by saying I had been debating between these, Sennheiser HD-202s, and a couple Audio Techinca models. The JVC HARX700 was at the top of my list until the price started rising higher and higher...

I almost spent another 15 bucks and got either a set of ATH-M30, ATH-M35, or ATH-M40 phones. After listening to the HTF600s, I'm not sure if anything else in this price range would have gotten me any better of a headphone. It was a decision to either get a very high quality set in the hundreds of dollars price range, or get a decent midrange set. I'd imagine most midrange sets sound pretty similar... so why spend another 15 bucks? And yes, If I stumble into some money, ATH M50s are on my want list... It'd be nice to try those (or something similar) out as well...

Many headphone reviews I've read compare them to other phones. I'm not an audiophile, and I don't own 15 different sets of headphones. I do have one other set to compare them to though - Bose "Around Ear" headphones. A few people, including myself, were interested in a comparison and got to test them one after the other... Nobody claimed they could tell a difference. Granted, that wasn't a scientific test, and none of us are audiophiles, but I do think that says something.

SOUND QUALITY: As far as sound quality goes, I have to say they sound great, for what's that worth. They're capable of more bass than I need when I mess with equalization. With a no equalizer, everything sounds balanced and clear from all frequencies. Once again, great sounding.
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90 of 95 people found the following review helpful By WB on November 12, 2013
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I wanted to spend about $30-40 on a pair of headphones so I bought four highly rated pairs and compared them: Panasonic RP-HTF-600-S, Sennheiser HD 419, JVC HARX700, and Monoprice 108323. I burned them all in for about 30 hours. Unlike like others who just reply on specs or online reviews, I actually listened to them all in my home under controlled conditions. The Panasonic was the clear overall winner when considering comfort, sound quality, and build quality.

Sound quality: Panasonic and Monoprice were the best by far. Panasonic sounded clear, with good bass, and they had a smooth, dynamic, open sound to them. Mids were not very pronounced. The Monoprice had a little more midrange, bass, and volume. They sounded just a little fuller than the Panasonic. JVC had no bass at all, but a lot of treble. They sounded hollow and tinny and harsh. They sounded really bad to my ears. I don't know how they have such good reviews. Sennheiser 409 was the worst by far, they sounded muddy, quiet, cheap, and not clear at all.

Comfort: Panasonic was the best. The ear cups are large and don't touch my ears at all. The padding is soft and thick enough. They are light and very comfortable. Sennheiser was also comfortable and even lighter, but the sound was so bad that it didn't matter. JVC came in third for comfort. They are ridiculously large and heavy. The cups are big but shallow, which caused my ears to touch the inside which was annoying. Also the way they adjust is stupid and they don't stay in place. They are hideously ugly as well. The Monoprice were the least comfortable. They hurt my ears and head after only 15 minutes of wear. The cups are smaller than my ears and press them into my head. The clamping force is very high. They rest on your head with one little tiny hard pad.
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98 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Fortitude on September 12, 2012
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Let me start by saying I already own some much higher-end headphones such as the Audeze LCD-2.2, Sennheiser HD-800 & HiFi Man HE-400 for comparison. Based on glowing reviews from head-fi, I got a pair to satisfy my curiosity. The main purpose of these was to be a cheap gaming headset with a mod mic added.

Straight out of the box, they weren't super impressive as the bass was hollow, mids recessed and highs were sizzling. I let them play a couple hours at decent volume and came back to witness an amazing transformation. Sounded like a completely different pair after only a couple hours, bass was full and lively, mids tamed a little and the highs settled in. I don't believe they are fully broken in either, they still seem to be getting better as time goes on. My initial impression was comparing it to a denon d2000, with a full, deep sub-bass and a nice darker signature.

I did some A/B quick comparisons with the HE-400 running off a schiit Lyr, the HTF600 really held their own well. Obviously the HE-400 should blow away the panasonics, but many times I found the panasonics raising an eyebrow and presenting certain things with more oomph and authority. These really are a fun headphone that will do well for bass-heads. Dubstep, trance, EDM in general are really good and make you grin from ear to ear. The HE-400's did have a wider soundstage, more depth and detail. The separation and space between instruments was better and the speed as well but this is expected when comparing a dynamic semi-closed to an open ortho.

The build quality seems Ok, can't expect much better than this for the low price tag. I don't particularly care for the ear pads, but I hear the beyerdynamic velours are a nice upgrade for about $20 and fit perfectly.
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