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Yamaha HPH-200

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Reviews and Problems with Yamaha HPH-200

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User Review

alexau123, head-fi.org
20 June 2012
  • Summary: Amazing Headphone!  I got this from a deal which only costed me $60 including shipping.  What a steal!   Intro: 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
  • Cons: Velour pads may be itchy at first
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Wonderful organic sound

Dharmasteve "dharmasteve", Amazon
2 weeks ago
  • 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.
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Close your eyes.....it's a personal performance.

Kieran, Amazon
29 November 2014
  • 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!
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Love Them

Light-Man, Amazon
29 October 2014
  • 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.
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Hard to fault

Light-Man, Amazon
8 September 2014
  • 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.
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Take it

Antoine Fromentin, Amazon
27 August 2014
  • Summary: The quality is very good such as the price I had it for (around 60£). Really strong headphones and pretty comfy.
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To my ears they sound much better and build quality is top notch

Gary s, Amazon
19 July 2014
  • Summary: Bought these after reading online reviews on head-fi , so i suppose it was a blind buy. However, these are top quality HI-FI. I bought them to replace some Grado sr60i. To my ears they sound much better and build quality is top notch. Good mids ,treble...and bass is good without being overbearing.Separation and soundstage is superb recommended .
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Great Sound & excellent value for money!!

MR T GALE, Amazon
15 May 2014
  • Summary: I've had quite a few pairs of headphones/earphones over the years. These so far have blown everything else I've had literally out of the water. Other reviewers have been exactly spot on - crisp detailed sound with no splashy symbols and no overblown bass. NB. bass should be meaty and tight, not big and overpowering. Vocals are clear and have good detail separation.
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Sensational Sound at this price point...

Mr Baz, Amazon
3 May 2014
  • Summary: I've used a few really good headphones including Sennheiser HD-580's which play with the big boys in terms of sound performance. Whilst I'm not a die hard audiophile by any means, I've a decent idea what good phones sound like. The Yamaha's come with a 2m extension cable, a 6.3mm gold plated adaptor jack. They are comfy and well made, with good quality cable that without the extension is an ideal length for use with a portable player.
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Yamaha HPH200BL Black - Premium, Open-Air Headphones

Coop Electrical Shop
18 April 2014
  • Excerpt: excellent sound quality only annoying thing is they start to get a bit uncomfortable after some time, I would still recommend them!
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