Summary: The sound of the MS400 is marginally better than the MS300, with better bass and a less colored midrange, but the highs are still softer than headphones like the v-moda M80 and Senn Momentum, which are already soft by hi-fi standards.
Phiaton MS-400 Portable Stereo Headphone review by Dale
Dale Thorn, Amazon
7 July 2014
Summary: Sources: iPhone5 with Portaphile Micro/PA2V2/Decware Zen Head amps using the LOD, various computers using Microstreamer/Beyer A200p/v-moda Verza DAC/amps. Review note: My first impressions of the sound of the MS400 are based on direct comparisons to other headphones - the v-moda M80 and M100, the...
Summary: While in Tokyo in the legendary Yodobashi store in Shinjuku I was browsing the extensive range of headphones, searching for the best quality portable headphones that could power an Ipod without an external amp and would pack a punch.
Summary: Nachdem ich einige andere Kopfhörer, u.a. Monster Beats by Dr.Dre, Bose On-ear Triport und verschiedene Sennheiser Produkte probegehört hatte, habe ich mich entschlossen nach mir gänzlich unbekannten Kopfhörern zu suchen, die meine Sennheiser in-ear Kopfhörer ablösen sollten.
Summary: I now have had the Phiaton MS400 for about half a year. It is the first closed headphone I've bought and it did take some getting used to. Beside the Phiaton I just have open headphones, such as the Sennheiser HD 650 and the AKG K 501.