Summary: I must begin by stating I am an aspiring audiophile since I heard a HE6 connected to it's EF6 and actually was able to listen to the direction of a jazz singer's voice realtive to the microphone and got chills up and down my spine. I currently cant afford such an expensive setup but it does not stop me from trying to find cheaper gear to enjoy my extensive and rather eclectic music collection.
Pros: comfortable, good soundstage and layering, cheap and light
Cons: Probably not durable enough to last for real studio use, pads are shallow, cable requires a velcro strap for portable use in non-noisy areas, cheap
Summary: Price paid :44 Euros I bought the Samson RH 600 for studio monitor use.I wasn't aware of this brand , I discovered it in the shop. Please note, RH stands for Reference Headphones [as stated on its box],aimed mostly to studio recording use.I had the chance to listen to this headphones extensively ,using a variety of CD's [around 20]as a source.I also had various headphones available at that time, from many Well know brands ,in a price range of 50-220 euros ,including Sony...
Summary: I acquired my Samson RH600 headphones as replacements for the relatively awful Samson SR850. Build: Light but pretty sturdy. The internal units are designed to touch against the ear, which is a little irritating and may take a little getting used to. They are semi-open circumaural, and therefore not good for studio tracking, but I've found them good for mixing. Comfort: 4/5. There is always room for improvement. They are not too tight and are self-adjusting.
Summary: Hallo, ich habe mir die Kopfhörer gekauft, weil sie mit einen guten Klang und ein angenehm langes Kabel haben. An diesen beiden Punkten möchte ich auch nicht mekern, bis auf etwas sparsamen Bass meiner Meinung nach sind die Kopfhörer echt gut. Verarbeitung ist auch voll oke, da kann ich mich auch in keiner weise beschweren außer das die mit beweglichem Plastik umfassten Metalstäbe etwas billig wirken, was aber bei dem Preis trotzdem in Ordnung geht.