Summary: These are some of the best sounding closed cans I've ever heard. The sound quality and clarity and bass which is important to me is awesome. I need closed cans because of my work environment and these sound better than the lower end "Audiophile" quality "open" cans.
So earlier last month I had a phobia to get some good music sweeping down my auditory canal and hence began ...
22 June 2015
Summary: Well guys I will be posting a very honest and practical review about this headphone. So earlier last month I had a phobia to get some good music sweeping down my auditory canal and hence began the search for a headphone which would be the perfect companion for me not only for home listening but to...
Excerpt: I was thrilled when I first listened to this headphone. I have tried several other headphones the HD380 is the best by far. All the songs I need to listen again as I found something through this headphone which was not reproduced by the other headphone.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: I'm not much of an audiophile, but I got these because I wanted a decent pair of headphones that I could use throughout my London-Singapore / Singapore-London flights which are around 13hrs long.
Summary: The HD380 is a diamond for the discerning audience. These are typical sound monitoring headphones which do the job perfectly. As far as pleasure listening goes, these do sound great with certain genre of music such as Progressive Trance, Acid Trance, Prychedelic, Technical Black Metal, Industrial...
Summary: I bought the HD380 Pro to replace my aging Sennheiser HD250 Linear II headphones. These were over 20 years old and had been refurbished by Sennheiser a few years back. I had always rated the 250s as decent quality (they cost £175 in 1994), but I hadn't appreciated how the sound quality had...
Great for blues, some rock etc but be aware of their limitations.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
7 November 2014
Summary: Test tracks: Dub 'n Run - High Elephant Panic Girl - Hide & Seek (Duo Infernale remix) The Struts - Hold On Metallica - Orion & For Whom The Bell Tolls Sound leakage; yep, unfortunately quite a lot.
Summary: I had decided I wanted to splash out and get a decent set of headphones as
I got tired of spending $30-$60 on supposedly good ear-buds. After researching,
testing and harassing sound engineers, these were the ones I picked up and
I couldn't be happier.
Summary: These are a superb set of headphones. Great detailed, well balanced sound quality with amazing bass extension (they go very low indeed) without getting overblown or muddy. clean midrange and clear trebles without getting sizzly or tinny. Very comfortable, for me anyway.
Summary: A-M-A-Z-I-N-G Where everything else fails, this come to save the day. Clear pure sound no matter how you play your kit. Excellent Noise Cancellation for your VDrum needs. Comfortable for prolonged use, after few minutes you forget you have them on. Quality build to last. Pouch is most welcome.