Summary: great bass. especially the mid bass is superb and delicately punchy... no bleed to my ears
very clear for a bass heavy headphone
they sound warm and overall very easy on the ears...supremely forgiving....great clarity ..
beats my xb 500 in almost everyway.
Pros: Soundstage, bass, signature, comfort
Cons: Price(depending on where you find it), too forgiving
Summary: Panasonic RP-HTF600 is one of my first open headphones and because of that I was easily amazed with the openness of its sound signature. For $30, it would be hard to find a headphone of this same type that is as good as this.
Pros: Fairly neutral and comfortable, Rugged Build even if it's made of plastic, good soundstage
Cons: Bass is not tight. Treble is too soft, mid's a bit recessed
Summary: Getting Started
Forewarning I'm a neutral fan and don't like colored or veiled sound, please take that into account. Also My ratings are based around the price - for the money these headphones are undeniably out of the ballpark.
Summary: I decided to purchase these headphones after reading the large thread that was praising them greatly. I was in the market for a budget basshead pair of headphones, so it was a logical decision.
Pros: Warm musical tone, large quantities of bass, fun sounding.
Summary: Panasonic RP-HTF600 Step Monitors Big Sound with a Not So Big Price On the never ending quest to find hidden gems out there, yet another challenger has come forth. The Panasonic RP-HTF600 Step Monitor. I try a lot of headphones.