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SoundMAGIC HP100 Premium Over-the-Ear Folding Headphones (Black)


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  • High Fidelity sound reproduction - neutral tonal balance, extended bass and treble response
  • Excellent detail resolution and musical definition, wide and accurate sound stage
  • Over sized 53mm Dynamic drivers with over-the-ear design and sealed-back construction.
  • Unique 3-way pivoting yoke design with ultra-soft ear pads and headband for comfortable extended use.
  • Foldable design and high quality rigid carrying case for compact portability.
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  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 6.7 x 4.7 inches ; 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0086YJ86Y
  • Item model number: HP100-SP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 29, 2012

Product Description

High Fidelity sound reproduction - neutral tonal balance, extended bass and treble response Excellent detail resolution and musical definition, wide and accurate sound stage Over sized 53mm Dynamic drivers with over-the-ear design and sealed-back construction. Unique 3-way pivoting yoke design with ultra-soft ear pads and headband for comfortable extended use. Foldable design and high quality rigid carrying case for compact portability.

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They sound great and are very comfortable.
Tulvan
As a 50+ year old it is a much easier headphone to live with than some of the Dr. Dre Beats and Sonys I tried at my local Best Buy.
Mark Sisson
This may sound distorted or mushy with some headphones, but the HP100 renders the deliberate instrumental distortions clearly.
Dale Thorn

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mark Winterstein on November 30, 2012
Forgive the pun, but it was too convenient to ignore. It's been a while since I've been this excited about a pair of headphones. I've owned over sixty different pairs of headphones in the last several years, and I'm continually on the hunt for the next great thing in personal audio--with a relatively modest budget, due to income constraints. Right now, that means something to the tune of $200-$250. My path to the HP100s started, actually, with a friend asking me for advice on a good pair of headphones. I'm an active member of Head-Fi so I posted a thread asking about suggestions for the friend. A fellow member suggested these and I was instantly intrigued, and a little surprised that they had escaped my attention, since I spend too much time on Head-Fi. SoundMAGIC makes plenty of in-ear models, but I'm not too keen on those, so I hadn't paid much attention to the company. I'm not sure that I was of much help to my friend, but a couple weeks later I had these in my hand. I've only owned them for a little over a week, but I'm not much of a believer in burn-in, so we're going from there.
The first thing that hit me was the clarity. Rarely have I heard such a clean sound. Though they're closed, there's no sense of congestion whatsoever. They're extremely clean and uncluttered, and have a spacious and airy sound to them. Vocals are a bit forward, but not really aggressive. Despite the astonishing clarity and cleanness of the sound, there is no hint of harsh or edgy highs. I'm not sure how SoundMAGIC did it, but they were um, clearly successful. I'm coming from Philips Citiscape Uptowns, and for a long time (read: five months) they've been my go-to for doing a lot of things right.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mark Sisson on May 6, 2013
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There is really very little I can add to some of the excellent reviews already written. I will say that I have been very satisfied with the sound quality and construction of the headphones. I cannot offer fair comparison to other makes and models as all of my other phones are earbuds and there is simply no comparison between the two types.

I opted to go for the closed headphone arrangement over some open back Sennheisers because I didn't want to disturb my wife or others while listening in the same room, or perhaps at the airport even though I don't listen at a high volume. I did opt to add a digizoid subwoofer Digizoid ZO 2 Personal Subwoofer and Headphone Amplifier to give the low end a bit more punch after reading several positive reviews of the combination.

As a 50+ year old it is a much easier headphone to live with than some of the Dr. Dre Beats and Sonys I tried at my local Best Buy. The HP100s are under $200 and I respect amazon's liberal return policy. So far I have zero complaints, but admittedly am no expert nor do I claim the experience of some of the other reviewers
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dale Thorn on September 14, 2012
Sources: iPhone4 alone, iPhone4 with PA2V2 amp using LOD, various computers using Audioengine D1 DAC and the D1's headphone out.

First impression of the SoundMagic HP100: A very even presentation from top to bottom, with everything represented more or less equally. The HP100 is probably the best headphone for home (non-portable) hi-fi listening I have currently, and is one of the best if not the best I've had in the past several years. Since every new headphone I get that I like wants to be the best ever, this requires an explanation. I'll start with the bass.

The HP100's bass is more detailed than the ATH M50 or Sennheiser Amperior, has better impact, is nearly as strong at 20 hz as 30 hz, and is down no more than 3 to 5 db at 15 hz, based on my perception of it (so it may not actually be weaker at 15 hz - it just sounds that way to me). The HP100 does not have an upper bass emphasis, and the lower midrange is much clearer than the M50 or Amperior. The result of having a flat bass that actually rises slightly as it goes deeper is pretty astounding. Prior to hearing the HP100, the M50 was the only headphone I knew of that had that sort of rising bass with little or no upper bass emphasis. I compared the bass of these headphones using a number of tracks, but the track that best demonstrated the impact and detail advantage of the HP100 for me was Hypnotize by Notorious B.I.G.

The HP100's midrange was more difficult to judge compared to everything else I have, since none of my full-size headphones get really close to perfection in the midrange. The Shure 1840 is fairly close, but a bit forward, particularly around 2 khz or so. But since the 1840's bass is comparatively weak, it won't qualify as best for these comparisons.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Curnonsky on January 8, 2013
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Well-constructed headphones which fold up nicely in the included travel case. Finish is mostly understated save for the somewhat flashy cups.

Comfort is quite good for sealed cans; earpads are soft pleather with some sort of memory foam inside that conforms to your head - a bit too much, actually, since eventually your ears touch the inside of the phones which is slightly irritating. The foam on the headband also tends to compress too much and migrate to the sides. But all in all these can be worn for extended listening sessions without becoming uncomfortable or overheating the ears.

They are quite efficient and can be driven by portable devices easily. However, like most high quality headphones, they benefit from a good amplifier.

The sound has been well-tuned - they are consistently musical across the spectrum without any of the artificial hype that afflicts so many headphones in the $2-400 range. They are not bass-heavy, not mid-forward, not hot in the treble - what they are is nicely balanced. Not that they are uncolored - they have a benign dose of typical closed-can "cuppiness" and smear which robs them of the last degree of transparency; also, the soundstage is nothing to write home about. But they are one of those headphones you reach for over the better-known brands because they are just so listenable.

For $200 you can't do better.
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