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Yamaha HPH-MT220
9.1 out of 10

Yamaha HPH-MT220

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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

head-fi.org
13 June 2014
  • Summary: YAMAMAHA HPH-MT220 REVIEW last review update with Focal Pro added: 3/1/2014 preface: People can become fans of a product and get scared to be honest but I can honestly stand by the impressions below without wavering.
  • Pros: bass, detail, comfort, swappable pads, balanced tuning.
  • Cons: No detachable cable, case or pouch, needs burn in, boosted treble.
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

head-fi.org
13 June 2014
  • Summary: YAMAMAHA HPH-MT220 REVIEW preface: People can become fans of a product and get scared to be honest but I can honestly stand by the impressions below without wavering. Other reviews I have posted are not as in depth for a reason as I feel this one worthy of full coverage(not that I am a good reviewer...
  • Pros: bass, detail, comfort, swappable pads, balanced tuning.
  • Cons: No detachable cable, case or pouch, needs burn in.
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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

head-fi.org
13 June 2014
  • Summary: Preface: Nothing too technical here; just wanted to give my impression as someone that had to "downgrade" from the HE-400's recently and has tried dozens of full-sized cans. I have had these things only a week, but with my experience I can quickly tell what they are and can do.
  • Pros: build, COMFORT, weight, headband, sleek looks, long term wear W/O fatigue, full spectrum sound that is both fun and accurate
  • Cons: Can be hard to find at the $140 deal I got; look around as they are normally $200-250+ new/used
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Overall 7
7.0

Expert Review

head-fi.org
13 June 2014
  • Summary: Anyone looking for a set of closed portable headphones needs to try the Yamaha MT220. Why the MT220 and not one of the many other models available on the market? It’s simply one of the overall best-sounding closed portable headphones I’ve heard, regardless of price—and the fact that until recently...
  • Pros: Great value; great for multiple applications; balanced sound; moddability (see forums)
  • Cons: Moderate lack of clarity; may fit too large for smaller heads; annoying coiled cable
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

head-fi.org
13 June 2014
  • Summary: This is my first review. I will cover a few points about this headphone as best as i can and will then compare them to some other headphones mainly the Sennheiser HD700. Price: I got these for 167€ which is basically a steal considering the sound quality of these. Built: These are built very sturdy.
  • Pros: Crystal clear sound, punchy tight and detailed bass, smooth treble which extends amazingly, smooth mids, decent to very good soundstage, MICRODETAIL
  • Cons: Discontinued (a con because now its harder to get them(maybe not even a con?)), a bit shallow earpads, non replaceable headband
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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

head-fi.org
13 June 2014
  • Summary: Hi guys, I spent several hours (more than 40 hours research) to find the best headphone for my budget (under AUD $200). I tried to read as many reviews (mainly the 1-2 stars) as I could to know well-known issues with particular headphones and after spending hours on this, I recognised that I cannot...
  • Pros: Crystal clear sound
  • Cons: No hard case
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Overall 7
7.0

Yamaha HPH-MT220

hifitest.de
13 June 2014
  • Summary: Der Yamaha HPH-MT220 zielt ganz klar in die professionelle Ecke. Sein Klangbild ist schlank, neutral, dynamisch und sehr gut durchgezeichnet. Damit ist er definitiv eher ein Arbeitsgerät als das Mittel zum entspannten Chillen.
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