Excerpt: I bought these headphones about 3 years ago to replace my 6 year old RH-200 (still working to this day) headphones I admit I was not sure these would top them because I absolutely love the 200's.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Summary: Audio Purists steer clear of them, because they need to be EQ-ed to get the best out of them, because one thing you will immediately notice is the sheer lack of treble. This is great with harsh recordings but even than it just sounds unnatural to me, give me sibilance over a huge treble...
Pros: A natural and even tonality, an upfront and engaging character, very dynamic and comfortable
Cons: A bit bass light and a serious big treble roll-off
Excerpt: So far I have only used these headphones for an electronic drum kit. I'm no sound engineer but I am pretty picky about sound. To my ears, the sound seems pretty flat, clear and natural. My favorite thing about them is the comfort. After hours of use I forget I have them on.
Pros: Clear Sound, Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Excerpt: I purchased the the roland rh300 headphones for my v drum kit and they sound far better than i expected. The best part of it was B&H is almost half the cost of the competitors price.I will order from here again.
Excerpt: I use it regularly for several months. I have not had the opportunity to test a lot of headphones, but if I had to make a choice, I try to find the same headphone but with a faster attack. Otherwise correct quality / price ratio, is not given but Roland rarely care about our mouth.
Excerpt: I've had 5 ans.J have tried a Phillips and a Beyer.Il is in the tradition of Roland, that is to say the most serious temps.Il does not flatter the spectre.Il is straight and faithful I'm used to correct qquefois details in the mix, this is why I choisi.Fidélité tout.Tres confortable.Le problem...