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PSB M4U 2
9.0 out of 10

PSB M4U 2

Great Deal: $199.99

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PSB MU4 2

Oldiebulldogie, Crutchfield
24 November 2015
  • Summary: The best of the best for this price range, read the reviews every where then try them out for yourself you won't be disappointed providing you've done your home work. Buy the best and never look back wondering if you made the proper choice.
  • Pros: Best in class, built to last, sound sound sound, after all this is why your making this purchase.
  • Cons: Could not find anything to disliked or thought wasn't built correctly.
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PSB M4U

Steven S, Crutchfield
21 September 2015
  • Summary: I call Crutchfield and told my product advisor what I was looking for and he recommended the PSB M4U.Never heard of them before so he said try them and if you aren't satisfied return them. I haven't returned them. Great recommendation
  • Pros: Better sound then other head phones much more expensive add an amp and they are out of this world
  • Cons: Not as much bass as beats however sound quality is much superior
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Great headphones

MickeyG, Crutchfield
5 May 2015
  • Summary: Really good headphones. I always like to be a little different, so seeing these and the positive reviews I thought I'd try them out. Without the NR, or built in amp switched on the noise isolation is great and sound is just super clean.
  • Pros: Sound quality and build.
  • Cons: A little tight as others have mentioned, but does soften up. Also, the adjustable nature of the phones allows for the pressure to be moved around relative to the ear. Placing more pressure on top of ear makes them more comfortable for long usage.
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Great Start Into the Audiophile World

AndrewB, Crutchfield
15 March 2015
  • Summary: I never used to take a second glance at "High End Headphones" because I had no idea what high end sound was. I thought my gaming headphones sounded nice and that was enough for me at the time. About a year ago I decided to dip my feet into the higher quality sounding headphones.
  • Pros: Fantastic audio quality, Good for Movies and Games, Easily folded up for portability, Has integrated amp.
  • Cons: Slightly Heavy, Noise cancelling mode is decent but not great.
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Impressive

Kerwin, Crutchfield
25 February 2015
  • Summary: I'm no audiophile by any means but these headphones sound amazing. I bought these to replace an aging set of Beats Studios and the difference was quite significant. There's a clarity in the M4U2s that's just missing with the Beats.
  • Pros: Amazing sound and clarity, impressive build quality, batteries included
  • Cons: Active noise cancelling colors the sound a little bit
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Noise reduction 4
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psb m4u2

j213, Crutchfield
9 February 2015
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sublime sound

Anthony, Crutchfield
25 January 2015
  • Summary: I spent several weeks researching, listening too and lamenting which headphones to purchase. Tried in the ear, on the ear and over the ear. With DAC and without. By far these offered the most of everything I was looking for for the money invested.
  • Pros: Comfort, sound, and build quality
  • Cons: Lacking a little in the styling but the pros caused that to be of minor concern for me.
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3 Strikes and "You're Out!"

Steven B., Crutchfield
18 January 2015
  • Summary: I am not an audiofile by any means but do appreciate great sound reproduction. I commute to NYC via coach bus and was looking for a good noise cancelling headphone with great sound, not an easy task from what I read.
  • Pros: Great sound quality in a quiet environment!
  • Cons: Noise cancelling is less than adequate and when noise cancelling is activated the sound quality deteriorates sharply. Not worth it for the money!
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PSB M4U 2

WM, Crutchfield
18 January 2015
  • Summary: Love the headphones. Wonderful sound quality, joy to listen to. Pretty comfortable, though I agree with other reviews I've seen saying they are less than comfortable with eye glasses on.
  • Pros: Great sound Comfortable padding
  • Cons: Feedback They are a little cumbersome.
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PSB4U2 headphones

Jeff, Crutchfield
29 December 2014
  • Summary: I love these headphones the sound quality is outstanding and they can handle as much power for home listening with hi power amp and for small listening devices it has a built in amp and with that it sounds amazing great headphones!
  • Pros: Very versatile and has three modes great build very comfortable and they are good looking also they require batteries and if they get low they still play in the 1st mode
  • Cons: They require batteries. Noise reduction is not the best
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