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PSB M4U 2
9.4 out of 10

PSB M4U 2

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Overall 8
8.0

PSB m4u2 headphones

Jimy, Crutchfield
11 March 2013
  • Summary: This is a great pair of headphones and the sound quality is excellent, especially in the active mode. I have a pair of Bose QC 3's that I will continue to use for travel since they are more compact but for around the house these are superior!
  • Pros: Sound quality, control cords, left & right hookups, construction
  • Cons: Comfort, after long periods of listening my ears are uncomfortable.
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Overall 8
8.0

PSB m4u2 headphones

Jimy, Crutchfield
11 March 2013
  • Summary: This is a great pair of headphones and the sound quality is excellent, especially in the active mode. I have a pair of Bose QC 3's that I will continue to use for travel since they are more compact but for around the house these are superior!
  • Pros: Sound quality, control cords, left & right hookups, construction
  • Cons: Comfort, after long periods of listening my ears are uncomfortable.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great Sound

Metal_Scott, Crutchfield
4 March 2013
Overall 8
8.0

Great Sound

Metal_Scott, Crutchfield
4 March 2013
Overall 8
8.0

User Review

leadbythemelody, head-fi.org
1 March 2013
  • Summary: I've owned the Sennheiser Momentums, B&W P7's, and other mid-fi portable headphones but I prefer these in terms of sound quality only. Why? These headphone's have such an organic/balanced representation of all the sound frequencies that it really sounds accurate/natural opposed to accurate/cold or...
  • Pros: Natural Representation, Soundstage "Room-Feel Technology", Nice Midrange, Integrated Amplifier
  • Cons: Noise Cancelling Is not the best, very heavy, On-ear clamping pressure, plastic design, Slight grain in the treble, Bass-transient are not the best
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Overall 8
8.0

M4U 2

Steve, Crutchfield
12 February 2013
  • Summary: Heavy and tight on the head. Not as comfortable as other headphones I've used. Great sound quality, and built-in headphone amp is nice, but I'm still not sure they are worth the extra weight and money compared to the $40 Scosch in-ear buds that I love.
  • Pros: Great sound, built-in headphone amp, noise cancelling.
  • Cons: Heavy and tight on the head.
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Overall 8
8.0

M4U 2

Steve, Crutchfield
12 February 2013
  • Summary: Heavy and tight on the head. Not as comfortable as other headphones I've used. Great sound quality, and built-in headphone amp is nice, but I'm still not sure they are worth the extra weight and money compared to the $40 Scosch in-ear buds that I love.
  • Pros: Great sound, built-in headphone amp, noise cancelling.
  • Cons: Heavy and tight on the head.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great (ANC) headphones, but with some drawbacks

JulesK, Crutchfield
7 February 2013
  • Summary: These are sleeper headphones, in that they don't seem to get a lot of press and have fairly limited distribution, yet have outstanding performance in many ways. If you can live with the ergonomics, they provide outstanding sound quality, decent comfort, and a lot of versatility.
  • Pros: Great sound quality in Active mode, more than serviceable noise-cancelling ability when needed, versatile.
  • Cons: Bulky and heavy, somewhat polarizing styling. Electronics could be better shielded as you can get static in Active mode depending on what is nearby. Build quality had issues early on, and the cables could be more supple.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great (ANC) headphones, but with some drawbacks

JulesK, Crutchfield
7 February 2013
  • Summary: These are sleeper headphones, in that they don't seem to get a lot of press and have fairly limited distribution, yet have outstanding performance in many ways. If you can live with the ergonomics, they provide outstanding sound quality, decent comfort, and a lot of versatility.
  • Pros: Great sound quality in Active mode, more than serviceable noise-cancelling ability when needed, versatile.
  • Cons: Bulky and heavy, somewhat polarizing styling. Electronics could be better shielded as you can get static in Active mode depending on what is nearby. Build quality had issues early on, and the cables could be more supple.
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Overall 8
8.0

PSB M4U 2 Headphones

Anonymous, Crutchfield
1 February 2013
  • Summary: I give these a 4.8 because the noise cancel setting EQ's the sound to a markedly different response than the active and passive settings. The active setting sounds great when plugged into my portable music player (OK, my iPod) and personal opinion I'd say the passive sound is slightly above average.
  • Pros: Fit, passive and active response and music reproduction.
  • Cons: Noise canceling reproduction, although I may rethink this after I fiddle with the music/sound source's EQ settings.
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