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Nad Viso HP50
9.6 out of 10

Nad Viso HP50

Great Deal: $299.99

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Overall 8
8.0

Excellent value

Chad, Crutchfield
12 January 2015
  • Summary: I was looking for a pair of general use closed-back headphones with a replaceable cable that I could use for games, movies, and music. After a solid 2 days of burn in time, these things really open up and sound amazing.
  • Pros: Open, clear, sound that competes with $400 headphones Compatible with V-Moda BoomPro microphone
  • Cons: Plastic on the ear cups feels a little cheap
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Overall 8
8.0

Excellent value

Chad, Crutchfield
12 January 2015
  • Summary: I was looking for a pair of general use closed-back headphones with a replaceable cable that I could use for games, movies, and music. After a solid 2 days of burn in time, these things really open up and sound amazing.
  • Pros: Open, clear, sound that competes with $400 headphones Compatible with V-Moda BoomPro microphone
  • Cons: Plastic on the ear cups feels a little cheap
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  • See Product at Crutchfield ($299.99)
Overall 8
8.0

Excellent value

Chad, Crutchfield
12 January 2015
  • Summary: I was looking for a pair of general use closed-back headphones with a replaceable cable that I could use for games, movies, and music. After a solid 2 days of burn in time, these things really open up and sound amazing.
  • Pros: Open, clear, sound that competes with $400 headphones Compatible with V-Moda BoomPro microphone
  • Cons: Plastic on the ear cups feels a little cheap
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  • See Product at Crutchfield ($299.99)
Overall 10
10

Superb

JoeL, Crutchfield
1 January 2015
  • Summary: I've tried some gear that I've sent back. Keeping these cans. It's not just that they have a superbly wide and even frequency response; it's that they have that response with low distortion everywhere. All the jumpiness and listening fatigue of my prior headphones is gone.
  • Pros: Fantastic sound with nearly all material. Low distortion across the frequency spectrum. Probably one of the best general purpose headphones available at any price.
  • Cons: Comfort, cables, and construction quality are OK, but not up to the level of the sound quality.
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Overall 10
10

Superb

JoeL, Crutchfield
1 January 2015
  • Summary: I've tried some gear that I've sent back. Keeping these cans. It's not just that they have a superbly wide and even frequency response; it's that they have that response with low distortion everywhere. All the jumpiness and listening fatigue of my prior headphones is gone.
  • Pros: Fantastic sound with nearly all material. Low distortion across the frequency spectrum. Probably one of the best general purpose headphones available at any price.
  • Cons: Comfort, cables, and construction quality are OK, but not up to the level of the sound quality.
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Overall 10
10

Superb

JoeL, Crutchfield
1 January 2015
  • Summary: I've tried some gear that I've sent back. Keeping these cans. It's not just that they have a superbly wide and even frequency response; it's that they have that response with low distortion everywhere. All the jumpiness and listening fatigue of my prior headphones is gone.
  • Pros: Fantastic sound with nearly all material. Low distortion across the frequency spectrum. Probably one of the best general purpose headphones available at any price.
  • Cons: Comfort, cables, and construction quality are OK, but not up to the level of the sound quality.
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Overall 10
10

NAD HP50

Anonymous, Crutchfield
30 December 2014
  • Summary: Bought these headphones after hours of research, and couldn't have picked better. Bought for combination of work and home use and am extremely happy. At home use in combination with Akai AP-L45 Turntable through Pioneer SX780 stereo and Audio Tecnica LS500 cartridge and have phenomenal sound.
  • Pros: Sound
  • Cons: cheap accessories, short cord
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Overall 10
10

NAD HP50

Anonymous, Crutchfield
30 December 2014
  • Summary: Bought these headphones after hours of research, and couldn't have picked better. Bought for combination of work and home use and am extremely happy. At home use in combination with Akai AP-L45 Turntable through Pioneer SX780 stereo and Audio Tecnica LS500 cartridge and have phenomenal sound.
  • Pros: Sound
  • Cons: cheap accessories, short cord
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Overall 10
10

NAD HP50

Anonymous, Crutchfield
30 December 2014
  • Summary: Bought these headphones after hours of research, and couldn't have picked better. Bought for combination of work and home use and am extremely happy. At home use in combination with Akai AP-L45 Turntable through Pioneer SX780 stereo and Audio Tecnica LS500 cartridge and have phenomenal sound.
  • Pros: Sound
  • Cons: cheap accessories, short cord
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Overall 10
10

Incredible underdog and amazing contender for best in price range

Mike, Crutchfield
9 November 2014
  • Summary: These were purchased as an upgrade from the popular Audio Technica ATH-M50 headphones. I gave myself a top budget of $300 and didn't want to make room in that figure for the purchase of an amplifier.
  • Pros: Clarity Detailed sound Good bass Incredible bargain
  • Cons: Cable is way too short
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