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Psb-m4u-1.33803560
9.3 out of 10

PSB M4U 1

Great Deal: $299.99

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Overall 10
10

User Review

yay101, head-fi.org
1 November 2013
  • Summary: I could not recommend these headphones more, they sound better than anything else i have had the opportunity to listen to for more than five minutes. They take the best parts of the headphones i owned previously and puts them all in one package and refines them even more. More controlled lows than the m50, better highs than the ad700's and keeps their sound stage, and the mids of the MS1 with more detail. Just an incredible headphone.   Buy these now.
  • Pros: Amp optional, Value, Comfort, Sound
  • Cons: That plastic feeling.
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Overall 10
10
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 8
8.0
Build quality 10
10
Noise reduction 8
8.0
Coolness factor 10
10

Wonderful!

JohnC, Crutchfield
5 October 2013
  • Summary: My search for a great pair of headphones is over; my mobile audio system is now complete (no upgrades for the foreseeable future), and its sound quality rivals my home system (Paradigm Active 40, Rotel RSP-1066). I read all the glowing reviews for the M4U-2, but I didn't really need the noise-canceling feature, so I decided to try the M4U-1. Because of Crutchfield's excellent customer service and return policy, I wasn't worried.
  • Pros: Excellent sound, attractive design, solid construction, relatively portable, detachable/replaceable cable, excellent sound isolation, nice extras included: solid carrying case, two cables, ear pad replacements
  • Cons: The only thing that prevents me from saying they're the perfect headphones for me is that they're not as comfortable as my Incase Sonic or Sony MDR-F1, but the MDR-F1 is an open headphone and the Sonic doesn't isolate very well. I gladly accept the trade-off.
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Overall 10
10
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 8
8.0
Build quality 10
10
Noise reduction 8
8.0
Coolness factor 10
10

Wonderful!

JohnC, Crutchfield
5 October 2013
  • Summary: My search for a great pair of headphones is over; my mobile audio system is now complete (no upgrades for the foreseeable future), and its sound quality rivals my home system (Paradigm Active 40, Rotel RSP-1066). I read all the glowing reviews for the M4U-2, but I didn't really need the noise-canceling feature, so I decided to try the M4U-1. Because of Crutchfield's excellent customer service and return policy, I wasn't worried.
  • Pros: Excellent sound, attractive design, solid construction, relatively portable, detachable/replaceable cable, excellent sound isolation, nice extras included: solid carrying case, two cables, ear pad replacements
  • Cons: The only thing that prevents me from saying they're the perfect headphones for me is that they're not as comfortable as my Incase Sonic or Sony MDR-F1, but the MDR-F1 is an open headphone and the Sonic doesn't isolate very well. I gladly accept the trade-off.
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  • See Product at Crutchfield ($299.99)
Overall 10
10
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 8
8.0
Build quality 10
10
Noise reduction 8
8.0
Coolness factor 10
10

Wonderful!

JohnC, Crutchfield
5 October 2013
  • Summary: My search for a great pair of headphones is over; my mobile audio system is now complete (no upgrades for the foreseeable future), and its sound quality rivals my home system (Paradigm Active 40, Rotel RSP-1066). I read all the glowing reviews for the M4U-2, but I didn't really need the noise-canceling feature, so I decided to try the M4U-1. Because of Crutchfield's excellent customer service and return policy, I wasn't worried.
  • Pros: Excellent sound, attractive design, solid construction, relatively portable, detachable/replaceable cable, excellent sound isolation, nice extras included: solid carrying case, two cables, ear pad replacements
  • Cons: The only thing that prevents me from saying they're the perfect headphones for me is that they're not as comfortable as my Incase Sonic or Sony MDR-F1, but the MDR-F1 is an open headphone and the Sonic doesn't isolate very well. I gladly accept the trade-off.
  • Read full review
  • See Product at Crutchfield ($299.99)
Overall 10
10
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 10
10
Build quality 10
10
Noise reduction 8
8.0
Coolness factor 10
10

PSB M4U 1

Victor K, Crutchfield
2 October 2013
Overall 10
10
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 10
10
Build quality 10
10
Noise reduction 8
8.0
Coolness factor 10
10

PSB M4U 1

Victor K, Crutchfield
2 October 2013
Overall 10
10
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 10
10
Build quality 10
10
Noise reduction 8
8.0
Coolness factor 10
10

PSB M4U 1

Victor K, Crutchfield
2 October 2013
Overall 10
10
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 8
8.0
Build quality 10
10
Noise reduction 10
10
Coolness factor 10
10

PSB M4U 1 Review

Mancy, Crutchfield
25 September 2013
  • Summary: I am currently using these with my computer and I will give an updated review once my dac/amp arrive. Even with using onboard audio I have noticed an audibly better experience versus my other pair of headhpones, Steelseries Siberia V2. I am not bashing the V2's as I still use them for gaming but I hope this review will help people who come from the same background as me, one who uses their computer for everything(gaming, movies/tv and music).
  • Pros: Sound quality is great. Can distinguish individual instruments in my favorite songs and I have noticed sounds I never knew existed before. Delivers a balanced sound. When you are listening to your favorite albums, lying on the floor with no other distractions you will see what I mean.
  • Cons: Only con so far is the comfort factor if you were to use these for extended gaming sessions. The way I use these headphones for listening to music (lying on the floor, just focusing on my music) they are PERFECTLY fine. If I were to play 3 games of Dota 2 straight or hammer out some Dishonored however, I would prefer my V2's.
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  • See Product at Crutchfield ($299.99)
Overall 10
10
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 8
8.0
Build quality 10
10
Noise reduction 10
10
Coolness factor 10
10

PSB M4U 1 Review

Mancy, Crutchfield
25 September 2013
  • Summary: I am currently using these with my computer and I will give an updated review once my dac/amp arrive. Even with using onboard audio I have noticed an audibly better experience versus my other pair of headhpones, Steelseries Siberia V2. I am not bashing the V2's as I still use them for gaming but I hope this review will help people who come from the same background as me, one who uses their computer for everything(gaming, movies/tv and music).
  • Pros: Sound quality is great. Can distinguish individual instruments in my favorite songs and I have noticed sounds I never knew existed before. Delivers a balanced sound. When you are listening to your favorite albums, lying on the floor with no other distractions you will see what I mean.
  • Cons: Only con so far is the comfort factor if you were to use these for extended gaming sessions. The way I use these headphones for listening to music (lying on the floor, just focusing on my music) they are PERFECTLY fine. If I were to play 3 games of Dota 2 straight or hammer out some Dishonored however, I would prefer my V2's.
  • Read full review
  • See Product at Crutchfield ($299.99)
Overall 10
10
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 8
8.0
Build quality 10
10
Noise reduction 10
10
Coolness factor 10
10

PSB M4U 1 Review

Mancy, Crutchfield
25 September 2013
  • Summary: I am currently using these with my computer and I will give an updated review once my dac/amp arrive. Even with using onboard audio I have noticed an audibly better experience versus my other pair of headhpones, Steelseries Siberia V2. I am not bashing the V2's as I still use them for gaming but I hope this review will help people who come from the same background as me, one who uses their computer for everything(gaming, movies/tv and music).
  • Pros: Sound quality is great. Can distinguish individual instruments in my favorite songs and I have noticed sounds I never knew existed before. Delivers a balanced sound. When you are listening to your favorite albums, lying on the floor with no other distractions you will see what I mean.
  • Cons: Only con so far is the comfort factor if you were to use these for extended gaming sessions. The way I use these headphones for listening to music (lying on the floor, just focusing on my music) they are PERFECTLY fine. If I were to play 3 games of Dota 2 straight or hammer out some Dishonored however, I would prefer my V2's.
  • Read full review
  • See Product at Crutchfield ($299.99)
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