Reviews and Problems with Monster Cable Turbine Pro
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Monster Cable Turbine Pro Professional In-Ear Headphones (Playback 25)
21 September 2010
Excerpt: Headphone Buyer’s Guide know that we think quite highly of Monster Cable’s Turbine in-ear headphones (priced at $150). They are generally well balanced, comfortable to wear, and expressive—in short, one of the better ‘phones we’ve heard at their price point.
Monster Cable Turbine Pro Copper Edition (Playback 31)
21 September 2010
Excerpt: Monster Cable’s Turbine Pro Copper Edition headphones ($399.99) may look similar to the firm’s Turbine and Turbine Pro Gold models, but they are based on different technology and sound considerably different from their siblings.
Summary: I was selected to review these headphones in exchange for honest review, that review follows:
I have used a lot of different headphones of varying prices and have been enjoying the Monster Turbine Pro Copper headphones ever since I received them. In short, they are now my IEMs of choice.
Pros: Great sound, great accessories for customizable user experience, better quality audio for the money than competitors, great warranty for portable unit
Cons: While comfortable for IEMs, they're IEMs! Packaging brags and labels users
Summary: After reading many positive reviews of these headphones I was ready to purchase these in a heartbeat. When they arrived at my door I was very impressed by the packaging; high quality, professional and neat.
Pros: Solid Build quality, nice cable
Cons: Constant faults, sound quality for the price.
Summary: SO, lets get on to it. The MTPC's are a pair of IEM's that are in a very akward position. It is quite pricy and rejected by the "purist audiophiles" that dislike the brand of Monster, due to the Beats Phenomenon; it is not picked up that well by non-audiophiles due to the muddy SQ a bad amping...
Pros: SQ overall; Build; Packaging; Warranty
Cons: Bit heavy on the base; Fatigue to wear after couple o' ten minutes; easy to get tired of
Summary: Perfect sound quality and cable too, really good build quality, too much accessories inside the confection.. however they seems a little bit delicate and the price is too high, but considering the build and the sound quality, the price can be really good for these in-ear headphones.
Pros: Perfect sound quality and cable too, really good build quality, too much accessories inside the confection.
Summary: I got these about a year and a half ago as a Christmas gift, and they've been my companion for some time until the left earpiece one day began outputting a significantly lower sound level than the right.
Pros: Good sound quality, two carrying cases, plenty of tips included
Cons: Build quality suspect, picky about fit/insertion depth
Summary: 1st off I bought these so I'm not 1 of those reviewers that get things to keep if they give reviews etc...
To the IEM's then ;
Here in the UK the cheapest price for mine's (control talk version) is about £250 these days I think.
Pros: At this price point & when used with the perfect fit Supertip = Unbeatable
Cons: Monster thx to Mr Dre = branding gets a bad name, unjustified IMHO