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JVC Kenwood HA-SZ1000-E Victer Stereo Headphones

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  • Frequency Response: 5-28000Hz
  • Maximum Input Capability: 1500mW(IEC)
  • Driver Unit: 30mm unit for mid-high frequencies +55mm unit for woofer
  • Magnet type: Neodymium
  • Accessory: Carrying pouch
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Color BLACK Black Piano Black Black
Fit Over-Ear Over-Ear On-Ear Over-Ear
Headphones Form Factor closed-back closed-back closed-back closed-back
Dimensions 0 inches x 0 inches x 0 inches 0 inches x 0 inches x 0 inches 4 inches x 60 inches x 7 inches 10.37 inches x 4.75 inches x 4.8 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds 1.07 pounds 0.81 pounds 0.64 pounds
Special Features Live beat system installed lightweight foldable tangle-free-cord
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Product Dimensions 12 x 10.2 x 4.7 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B00CIQ88UI
Item model number HA-SZ1000-E
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4.3 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #681 in Electronics > Headphones > Over-Ear Headphones
#11,684 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater
#11,915 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 & MP4 Players & Accessories > MP3 & MP4 Player Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com May 22, 2013

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JVC really knows how to present a quality product! That's the first thing that came to my mind as I unwrapped the exquisite JVC black box to find the headphone laying on a silver cloth material as if it were presented to me on a silver platter. The cloth itself is useful for wiping parts of the headphone clean if needed, but moving on, in a separate section on the left side, the cable is neatly tied. Also included is a very nice leathery pouch for the headphone. Compared to my M50xBL pouch, this pouch is much larger which is very nice and is also made from a nicer material on the outside (although I prefer the M50x pouch's inside). The JVC logo is printed in the center in a fairly small font compared to the size of the pouch. Here, I preferred the print of M50x pouch logo also.

The headphone itself, on the other hand, is a completely different matter. The giant metal silver ring combined with the solid thick plastic hinges makes this feel like a very solid, rugged build that remains very attractive due to the small touches like the different color L and R label and the shiny silver JVC logo on each side that is embossed. There is also English Braille letters for L and R so that those who have vision issues, amazing! The headband surprisingly doesn't have any branding and the padding on the head is much much better than the M50x (probably the best I've had). The material used for the headband is also a very nice quality leathery material. On my M50x, when the headphone is stretched to the extent as if it's on my head, the top cloth of the headband actually wrinkles. On these, there is no noticeable changes no matter how far you stretch them. This is probably due to a plastic support piece that can be felt behind the top of the headband.
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If you're a bass head and came to look at these headphones, make sure you break them in. I was disappointed at first but these headphones are not the usaul bump out of box styled. Read on to learn more...

First off, my concerns:
The factory ear pads are too shallow and will have your ears resting against the drivers. I used my HAM-55X ear pads with cotton balls stuffed underneath on these.
There are ear-piercing mid-high peaks that can easily ruin the listening experience. An EQ is advised! No one else mentioned these annoying peaks.

On to the review.

Now, make sure you have a powerful amplifier. The FiiO Mont Blank is a good one for starters but these headphones can handle more power.

Don't judge them by their sound right out of the box. Take the time to burn them in. Start out with an EQ to help the treble response and eventually, it will become more pronounced. After about 7 hours of playing these cans loud, they started to somewhat gain the natural warm sound of vintage 70s floor speakers - the sound I was looking for. Now, the soundstage is still in your head and and you'll still need to EQ them to some degree. They are not however flat or crisp. Just warm and natural.

For bass heads, get a big amplifier, HAM-55x ear pads, and a discrete EQ and these headphones will impact your head. Those Kelton woofers really do a great job at producing massive bass. You will feel the air pressure changing inside the cans if you turn them up loud enough. This can be fun but make sure you don't go deaf. The frequencies these headphones can hit cannot be heard by the average human ear but the air pressure will still change massively inside the ear pads.
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Hello.

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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