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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

on May 13, 2013
I'm not the profession DJ or something like, but this headphones is the best ones i ever used.

1) The fit: when i put them on the head (i have one bigger than average everyone have (size 68) :) ), and i had problems with other constructions - too tight fit and very fast breaks apart.
2) Cable quality! You can jerk it very strong - nothing will happen!
3) Isolation from world sound: just can't head that im's saying myself when those are on :)
4) sound quality: i have tried Audio Technica ATH-M50 (sound too realistic, all jikes are hearable) and AKG K44 (sound are like open-air, uncomfortable), and some low-end one. This one are just the best!
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on March 26, 2015
Really comfortable pair of cans. I got these for this reason precisely and they did not disappoint. The cable system and lightness of the headphones were really nice, though one caveat was that the pleather pads tended to heat up. Regardless, a great purchase for the value! They are closed-cans and only leak minimally so no worries there.

As far as audio, these cans did sound to a degree muffled and seemed slightly fatiguing over long (multi-hour) listening sessions. There is very low clamp and these are light cans so comfort is otherwise high. Highs were definitely attenuated to a degree, mids were slightly recessed but definitely quite smooth and detailed, and the lows were a bit forward. Soundstage was not bad for a pair of closed cans and overall these aren't bad at all. They do look a bit cheap (stickers clearly tacked onto the outside, sometimes a bit crooked), but generally speaking they're quite nice.
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on October 29, 2014
An excellent choice for entry-level, closed-back, monitor cans in the $75-$85 price range. Made in China, but initial impressions seem to indicate a quality-built product by a reputable brand known for heavy-duty, durable products. You'll like the feather-light headband wings, which make these cans seem not even on your head. The over-the-ear cups, which clamp with just the right pressure, are large enough to enclose the ears fully, but inward noise leakage is evident even when you increase the volume. Outward sound leakage seems minimal to be bothersome to others around. Comparable to another well-made monitor, the China-made $55-$65 JVC HA-RX900, but this one has slightly wider sound stage. The wide frequency range of 5-30000 Hz and 100 dB SPL at 48 Ohms make a big difference in producing a colorful soundscape with very good lows, appreciable mids, and crisp highs. Worth the investment. I'd get another one any day, if not for the fact that there are other cans worth adding to the collection. This is a bargain-hunter's keeper.
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on December 15, 2015
Great headphones.
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on October 11, 2015
Fantastic audio. Probably the most comfortable headphones I've owned.
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