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Onkyo ES-FC300(V) On-Ear Headphones, Violet
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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
- Low Noise, Tangle-Free Flat Elastomer Cable
- Easily Swapped or Upgraded Detachable Cable Design (Additional Cables Sold Separately)
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From the Manufacturer
ES-FC300 On-Ear Headhones
Sleek Style & Stellar Audio
Everywhere You Go
Take Onkyo's high quality audio everywhere you go with a pair of ES-FC300 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.
Detachable Tangle-Free Cable
Flat Elastomer Cable
The ES-FC300 incorporates a flat elastomer cable that keeps the core insulaed from noisy knocks and bumps and resists tangling when not in use.
Detachable connectors mean you can swap out the colors depending on your mood or style, or replace the cable should it become damaged.
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
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.
- 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
- Low Noise,Tangle-Free Flat Elastomer Cable
- Easily Swapped or Upgraded Detachable Cable Design
- L-Shaped Reinforced Stereo Plug
- Gold-Plated MMCX and Mini-Stereo Connectors
- 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.
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
I did a lot of research when I was looking for stereo-style, over the ear headphones in the 100-200 dollar range. I poured through reviews of a great number of mid range headphones, and eventually passed over the industry standard Audio Technica ATH-M50’s for the sake of the Onkyo ES-FC300s in white. This was back in October of 2013. As soon as I pulled the FC300’s out of the box and plugged everything in, I was deeply skeptical of the audio cord’s connection to the headphones themselves. The connection is not standard, and unlike many headphones it isn’t permanently built into the headphones. It’s a proprietary Onkyo design, which means if anything happens to the cable you can’t just go to radioshack, you have to buy a new one from Onkyo for $50 - a third the cost of the headphones themselves. But the worst part is the connection is downright flimsy. The cable doesn’t go into the headphones with a satisfying “click”, but an alarming crunch. Reading on the Onkyo website, they recommended you not remove the audio cord from the headphones too often. This doesn’t surprise me, as just plugging them in once I thought I’d broken them and was sure the connection wouldn’t stand up to being routinely unplugged and plugged back in.
But the audio was pretty good and for the moment, I saw little cause to complain. After about 8 months of use though, the audio started to go in and out on the right hand side. At first it wasn’t so bad, but it got worse and worse until the audio was gone about two months later.Read more ›
I am somewhat of a headphone connoisseur of sorts with my HifiMan Electronics HE-500 Planar Magnetic Over-Ear Headphones (Black) being my go to cans. I look upon these Onkyo's as a nice portable pair I can use with my laptop or portable music player. They look really good and have better than average build quality. They seemed a bit smaller to me than their picture suggests.
These are ON EAR cans and as such MAY eventually prove to be a bit uncomfortable over time. Comfort generally is good and even my freakishly oversized head was a good fit. Both the ear pads and headband feel fine and seem well made enough to withstand heavy use. The cables are both detachable and replaceable , being much more easier to manage than my HiFiMan stock cable. You can upgrade the cable or buy the next model up. (which is this pair with upgraded cables)
Sonically the mids sit very well (after at least a good 50 hour burn-in period) and the highs are more shimmering than veiled. Low end is not stellar but is not too weak either. In fact, I prefer the sonic presentation of the Onyko's to the much more expensive Munitio PRO40 High-Performance Headphones, Gold , with their over hyped low end. They are very easy to drive from any audio output but connecting to a dedicated headphone amp will allow these cans to fully shine.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Alright! I have been pending to buy this for some 1.5 years now. Finally decided to go for it (because of the shipping rates to my country). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I kept getting lemons! I replaced it twice but continued to receive non-functional models. But I'll be damned if they didn't sound awesome when they decided to work. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Watson Harlan
The sound is ok, nothing too special, I think is ok for the price. they are conforable,the look is great, the wire is enough but I would like a liite more wire. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Erik Ruiz
Good sound quality for the price. These have really good treble, but only decent bass.Published 23 months ago by Jared Lisle
After first set being D.O.B.(dead out of box!!) I was hesitate about trying a second pair. Based on the rest of build quality I took the plunge and have being very satisfied with... Read morePublished on July 1, 2014 by mjs1900
No matter what level of cans you're coming from, these are respectable. They play above their price point, fit comfortably - for me they go completely over the ears - and one of... Read morePublished on June 6, 2014 by elijah stevens
This must be one of the underrated headphones in the market right now. Clear, crisp highs, an amazing detailed, low and punchy bass and only slightly recessed kids give this... Read morePublished on June 4, 2014 by Ralf