Summary: Amazing Headphone! I got this from a deal which only costed me $60 including shipping. What a steal!
I'm a uni student and is very interested in audio and headphones. I currently own the ATH-M50 and the Focal Spirit One which both I enjoy a lot. However, in receiving my HPH-200, I found myself picking up less of my other two headphones.
Pros: Great Sound stage, Extended and thumping Bass, very light clamping on the head, very comfortable
Summary: got a great deal on a set. can't compare with other headphones in its price range as I haven't listened to any others in a while, but the sound is definitely good. smooth highs, and accurate lows. my most often used headphones are my klipsch s4s(which I love) and the sound on these is noticably better. i have owned circumaural headphones many times and they always got hot and very uncomfortable after about an hour. these are much more comfortable than any i've owned.
Pros: Great Look, extremely comfortable, felt earpads. great sound
Cons: open ear design. when the volume is up, people around you can hear your music. this is supposed to reduce ear fatigue, but should be kept in mind when using in public spaces.
Summary: These are top quality phones for a very reasonable cost. I have compared them to some mid/upper range Sennheisers and they come across extremely well. Highly recommended, especially when there is a temporary price reduction.
Summary: Excellent headphones for the money. Great for films from tv, and very good bass and treble on all frequencies ect. Cant understand why these headphone rarely appear in reviews. Yamaha kit is of the highest quality for music and real sound. REXYBOX1943.
Summary: I got these with my piano which has a silent function. When I first tested it and put on the headphones I initially thought that the electronics had broken and I was hearing the real piano playing rather than the electronic substitute. Suffice to say I am very impressed by these and can't recommend them enough. I didn't realise how rubbish my old ones were until these showed me how sound should be delivered to my ear drums.
Summary: I've have these in white. They have now been discontinued from the Yamaha range and at the present price of £63 are one of the best headphone bargains I have ever seen. They are an open headphone with the cups having a metal grill and looking somewhat like the Grado SR80e. The headband though is totally different to Grados. It is partly metal inside plastic having a light plastic padding over most of the band. The cups are covered with a very soft velour.
Summary: I've tried these with a broad range of genres (aggrotech, pop, electronicore, drum & bass, classical, industrial rock, dubstep etc), and they reproduce the audio as if the artist/midi monkey is in the same room. So so worth nearly £100 (after p&p). Highly recommended!
Summary: I really like these, I agree with all the good reviews and that is why I bought them. They are very light, very well made and sound great without too much bass emphasis. Only slight negatives, they leak a lot of sound as expected as they are open backed but this benefits the sound, they could also be a little more comfortable but you could say that about most.
Summary: I really like them, I agree with all the good reviews and that is why I bought them. They are very light, very well made and sound great without too much bass emphasis. Only slight negatives, they leak a lot of sound as expected as they are open backed but this benefits the sound, they could also be a little more comfortable but you could say that about most.