Browsing: Headphones

Headphones V-Moda M80

Put simply, the V-Moda Crossfade M-80 is a very good portable headphone. Comfort and isolation are held back slightly by the lack of flex in the structure and semi-open design but with its ruggedized construction and few moving parts, the M-80 is compact and very sturdy.

Headphones Skullcandy Mix Master Mike

The Skullcandy Mix Master has the makings of a great mainstream headphone, producing plenty of quality bass and meshing well with modern recordings.

Headphones Klipsch Image One

Bass of this magnitude could have set the Klipsch Image One apart from most other portables if not for its sub-par quality and general obnoxiousness.

Headphones B&W P3

The Bowers & Wilkins P3 is a luxury gadget for the iPhone crowd, offering a combination of style, comfort, and portability, all solidly-constructed and draped in B&W pedigree.

Headphones Monster DNA Pro

One may expect Monster’s flagship over-ear headphone to follow in the footsteps of Beats by Dre, but the DNA Pro is a different beast altogether. Its tuning focuses on clarity and resolution, and the resulting sound signature is brighter than I had anticipated.

Headphones Rock-It Sounds R-DJ Folded

The Rock-It Sounds R-DJ is my favorite of the company’s newest releases, offering up a slightly v-shaped sound signature with ample bass.

Headphones Munitio PRO40

The Munitio PRO40 is quick to impress with superb build quality and a compliant, comfortable fit. The sound loses a bit of refinement to the enhanced bass but is fun and capable all around.

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