Summary: Delivering well-balanced audio, the $275 Chambers by RZA Premium headphones are great for listening to all genres of music. If they were more comfortable and easier to operate, these could have usurped the Soul by Ludacris SL300 as our favorite pair of rapper-inspired headphones. Still, the Chambers Premium cans are ones to reckon with.
Pros: Very good sound and attractive design, Active noise cancellation and mic work well, Lots of extra features.
Cons: Headband padding is too hard, Noise cancellation is difficult to turn onoff
Conclusion: At their original retail £250 price, the WeSC Chambers by RZA Premium are not hugely attractive. However, now that they are available for £80-90, they are some of the cheapest full-size active noise cancellation headphones around and are a good bet if you’re after powerful bass.
Pros: Now available at a bargain price, Lively, exciting sound
Cons: Fairly ineffective ANC, Slightly over-egged bass with cancellation engaged, Headband not hugely comfy, Battery cover rattles occasionally