40 millimeter drivers and Neodymium magnets are used for sound. The closed ear design provides comfort. The gold plated plug ends in a 9.8 foot cord. It can be used for storage or travel. 10 to 20 kilohertz is the response time. These large headphones feature a secure closed ear design. The technology for connecting.
👤I've tried a lot of headphones and these sound the best to me. Generally flat sound is what I like. I want present but not overpowering bass and low bass, and I'm more concerned with clear mids and highs. I've tried to include the following with my sound rating. YMMV. Subdued highs, some mid bass emphasis but not overpowering, is what Audio Technica ATH-M50X is. The Bose ANC QC25 is a little weak on bass and weak on highs. It can be a little bassy at low volume. There are bright highs. The ANC is the best. Way too bassy, 9 JBL - Everest 700. 5. The Everest Elite 700 is much better than the non-Elite. Excellent price. 10 Sennheiser 202 is not good. It was cheap, too bassy, no highs. The 4 Sennheisers are well balanced. The M2 is close to perfect. The PXC-550 is a wireless noise cancelling device. These are excellent. Extra bass says it all for Sony. The Sony 7506 are the closest to perfect that I've tried. They are not heavy on bass but can produce a good sound. The balance leans towards the highs. It was bright but not harsh. You end up hearing subtle sounds in the music that is missing with other headphones. Those who want more bass or don't like bright highs won't like these. This matches perfectly for my listening taste. They are very comfortable. Many of the headphones are not comfortable. Ear cups that aren't big or deep are either tight band or thin band. These headphones are great. The biggest disadvantage is that these are wired, so it's easy to get caught on things. I was looking for a wireless accessory. I couldn't find one at a reasonable price that sounded as good as these. The closest was the Sennheiser PXC-550, but it was $400 and wireless wasn't worth an extra $30. There were times when I didn't want noise cancellation. Sony doesn't make a wireless headphones with this sound. These are the cheapest headphones I've ever listened to. The prices for the headphones range from $20 to $450. Highly recommend the Sony 7506. If you enjoy this kind of sound signature.
👤I'm rating these five stars, but they have a big negative. They are studio quality headphones. They serve as earmuffs if you plan to wear them out and about. I wore them out in June and they were all good, but I was sweating out the top of my head and down my neck. The sound quality is not great for being out in the heat. These headphones never made that claim. They never claimed that they were an object with speech capability. Superb sound quality is what you want in a pair of headphones, and they can deliver that.
👤These headphones have been my go-to for years, especially in the radio and music industries. They sound great and their ear-pads make it impossible for a sound monitor to leak at loud volumes. Unless you step on them, a pair of 7506s will last a decade or so. The issue with these headphones is that they pinch the web between your thumb and forefinger while placing them on your head due to a surprisingly sharp joint that holds the earpieces to the headband. A simple fix is to wrap black electrical tape around the articulation, which really isn't needed to adjust their fit. If you walk into a major market radio station that supplies jocks and producers, you will probably see that the chief engineer has already taped the joint open. For my taste in pro audio, the sound and longevity of these headphones far outweighs the pinch potential, and, for the bucks, you can't get a better pro headphone.
40mm drivers are used for dynamic sound. Excellent value and high quality performance. Provides a balanced response for a range of instruments. The lightweight design is secure and comfortable. The conversion plug accommodates standard and mini headphones.
👤I bought these with high hopes of using them with my kit. I didn't like the sound. The highs are too loud and the lows are not natural. The sound isn't balanced and adjusting the bass and treble doesn't fix it. I am using other headphones after returning these. I recommend Audio Technica M50X headphones. Since they're intended to be studio monitor headphones, they don't adversely color the sound of the drums too much, yet they have a solid low end and can handle loud bass drum without distortion. They're very good headphones.
👤I just got a new car. These sound really great, but time will tell. They are a little bit louder than my Sony headphones, but they have the same amount of clarity in the ear. They are adequate. They felt a little stiff at first, but after wearing them for 4 hours earlier, I didn't have any problems. I use these for my Alesis electric drum kit. It feels like I used to wear a sound filter with my headphones, now I have removed it. The sound quality is excellent, everything just sounds more clear and pronounced. Overall very happy and hoping they last.
👤The cheapest cable I have ever seen is in this pair of headphones. Period! $200 for a heavy duty and flexible cable is too much for me to stomach. I haven't tried these cans out yet, but you can bet they will be returned if they sound good. V Drum owner, who signed one peed off, still isn't happy with the cheap cable, it's thin and stiff, not like a quality one. The head band and brackets are made of plastic. They should be made of metal. These wouldn't last with someone that was rough with their equipment. I have to say that they sound unbelievable. They are the best sounding I've ever owned. I keep my equipment because I am careful with it and I want my cable to last. I have changed my star rating to a 3 because of the sound quality. Signed by MaGagne.
👤The headphones sounded very thin with a lot of static and white noise. The kick drum makes the speaker sound like it is blowing. They sounded like they were being pushed to the limit even though they turned up 50%. They all sounded terrible, even though I was using a different setting. I was using these with a starter e- kit. At least he got it right. I expected more based on the reviews and price point. Maybe I got a bad pair. They were awful. Would not buy again.
👤I'm probably objective enough for a proper review. There is a Over the years, I've bought a number of pairs of the RH-300. I can't say anything bad about the new ones, I just wanted a new pair and it was fast and perfect. I made a transition from the old style to the new style some 15 years ago, and I don't feel the need to change anything. I've tried different brands to see if I can compare. You can't do better than this price range and Audio-Technica is another option. I tend to break the cables. Non-detachable cable is the only negative I can come up with.
The technology for connecting. The OneOdio Studio FUSION headphones have a clear sound and great comfort. Powerful bass, clear vocal, and crisp high tones form a stereo hi-fi sound. The soft padded ear cushions are built to stay comfortable. The headband is stretchable and can be adjusted to fit you. A long-style 9.8-foot cord can easily reach from the TV or stereo to your chair. There is a 3.5mm plug included. You can plug in the mixer you want to use. The self-adjustable headband and 90 earcups give a fatigue-free listening experience that can last for hours, perfect for monitering and mixing. All devices have an audio jack. The bass sound is good and the comfort is good. These are the headphones you've been looking for.
👤The sound is great for someone who is insane. I've owned a couple bose headphones and have stuck with them mostly because they were name brand, but this beats them in both price and performance. It does feel good, but it's small and it will have to be tested over time. I think my head size is average and I have to extend it all the way in order to fit it. Just right. If you have a larger head than normal, it won't fit.
👤It seems that it just needed a break. After using it for a couple of days, it settled down and the bass response and reproduction is very accurate. No more bass that is muddy or buzzy. It can't be beat for the price. I am not an enthusiast. I am a retired USAF aircraft mechanic with hearing loss. This is a good buy. The set looks professional and sleek. The highlight ends there. The sound quality is mediocre. The bass is muddy and I have it hooked up to a new DDJ-SX3 for cueing. It is difficult to beat match with this headset. The bass output has a "buzzy" sound to it. I don't think it's worth the trouble to return it. I'll give it to my daughter and then buy her something better. I don't think this headset is worth it.
👤I don't like head phones as a point. There is a big problem with these headphones. I bought them for my keyboards so I wouldn't have to worry about anyone. I was able to hear all the screwups I was making. It made me better by making me correct what I was doing wrong. These are a great pair of head phones.
👤I put up wires because it's louder and the bass kicks more heinie than my best headphones. The option to use the 1/2 plug option allows me to use my guitar synthesizer and other headphones without an accessory, and also allows me to combine vocals and/ or other music to play along with. This feature would be useful if I were a DJ. I'm not. These are double hickey sticks and I'm a musician singer. Sound quality is like $300 head phones. They are not real rugged. If you lie on your side and use the plastic stress points as head support, the can will break. I broke a few doing that. I was disappointed but bought a second pair and am jamming like a maniac. If you relate to this review, get these! You will not be sorry. The noise is cancelling. It was a perfect fit. There is a carrying bag. Pull up tight. You're too prissie if you don't like these. Rock on bruh!
👤The product is excellent, fast delivery, and the sound quality is the best I have ever experienced, even though my old headphones were good skull candy ones. I would say that even wearing headphones without sound blocks, the cup seals off 80% of outside noise. The carrying pouch that came with the headphones was a nice addition. The headphones are folded away. The company's customer support is great, you can sign up on the website and you will get a 24 month warranty, and these are excellent value for money.
30 Hours Music Headphones: they can be charged to 80% capacity in 30 minutes, one full charging can last up to 30 hours, they can listen to 450 songs and use them to cancel the noise of childs playing at home, colleagues chatting in the office and people talking on the subway, Multi-Platform compatibleSupport PS4 and other platforms. You need an extra Microsoft accessory when connecting with an old version of the controller. The speaker unit's sensitivity is enhanced by the acoustic positioning precision and the clear sound operating strong brass, splendid ambient noise isolation and high precision 40mm magnetic neodymium driver. It's perfect for games like Call of Duty, Star Wars Battlefront, and World of Warcraft Legion. The noise isolating microphone can transmit high quality communication with its premium noise-concellng feature, can pick up sounds with great sensitivity and remove the noise, which enables you clearly deliver or receive messages while you are in a game. It's convenient to adjust the angle of the microphone. The great humanized design can reduce hearing and heat sweat. The leather material is skin friendly. Glaring lights illuminate the earcups to highlight the atmosphere. The anti-winding braided cable with the microphone and the volume controller makes it easy to control the volume and make the mic sound louder.
👤I needed a new headset and got this in a hurry. I would have gotten something else if I'd done more research. I think it's worth mentioning that I am very rough on audio peripherals. I don't know why, but they last me for about 6 months regardless of the quality or price. I choose to buy at a cheaper price point more frequently because of this. The quality is good, the cable is at least 6' long, and it has a mic switch and audio volume adjustment. The blue lights on the headset are powered by theusb, but it is a bit misleading in its uses, and I would have found this out before purchase. The mic gain knob would be better than the in-line mute and volume knob. I have long hair and live in Texas. It's hard to find headsets that don't do that, but still something to keep in mind. The headset only goes on one way, the traditional right and left side are enforced by the mic. I know I'm the only one who likes the mic on the right side of my head, but if you're looking for a high-end headset, this is not it. I don't want anyone to think that I regret buying this item because my cons were not very picky. I knew I was getting a quick solution to my headset problem, and I got more than I was looking for. The addition of theusb lighting is cool. Unless you want to look cool on stream, it's not worth the resources. Yes, so. If you want a good quality headset for a good price, this is the one for you.
👤I bought this for my teenage son so that he wouldn't borrow his sister's headphones for gaming. I was surprised by the pricing and reviews for these, but I was expecting to pay $100. I just tested them and they don't seem bad to me. The audio quality is not as good as he was using, but that's ok. They are not as comfortable as the Beats, but they are still fine for wearing for hours. My teenage son was not a fan of them. This was one of many gifts for his birthday. We go too far before Christmas. He used them immediately despite not being overly thrilled. He yelled "Thanks for the $10 headset Dad!" after he got angry over his other gifts. I think these are a good fit for a middle aged person. If you're a spoiled brat teenage boy who wants to hear what others will do to his mom in the best sound quality and comfortability, these may not be the best purchase.
👤The headset is light and has a good sound for the price. The microphone works well as well. There are lights on the sides of the headset. The headset is meant for PC users, but the microphone plug in is connected very close to the cable, which is a complaint. You can't plug the microphone cable into the controller but you can't plug the system's lights into it. I bought a 3 foot extension cable to be able to use the lights. If you want the lights on the headset while you play, then you need an extension cable. The product is very good. Very happy with the purchase.
The replaceable battery is long-lasting. The included charging dock has a slot for the headphones. You can see the charging indicator light on the dock if you look closely. A 40mm driver and Ear cushion design combined with a well-closed environment for your ears enable you to lose yourself in the music. If the operating system of the device is Voice enabled, headphones can connect to it to give you quick access to information. The ear cushions are made of memory-protein and mimic human skin texture. With the help of the soft padded headband and the durable quality STAINLESS steel slider, the headset can be adjusted to the perfect fit. Take it with you wherever you go to listen to music. A seamless connection is built to provide a stable connection. The headphones will be ready to pair when you press the power button. The headphones are compatible with all plug cable enabled devices. You can have hands-free communication and receive calls. Tuinyo Headphones are compatible with all devices. It requires a built-in transmitter for TV. The model premium outlook is provided by the materials that are very nice to touch. The earmuffs and headbands are Skin-friendly and can be used for a long time. Tuinyo headsets come with a Premium Case, which is a great way to reduce wear and tear. Long battery life and dual mode are what the TUINYO Headphones are for. 40 hours of music time, and 2 to 2.5 hours of fast Charing. You can switch to wired mode after 35 hours of playing. You don't need to worry about power shortage for long travel. There is a warranty. Tuinyo has a 30-day hassle-free return policy and a one-year warranty. Customer service is prompt and friendly.
👤I was surprised at how nice these are. They have good sound and are comfortable. After the first time, they sync. I like that I can wear these for half the work week before needing to charge them, but they also come with a wire if I want to use them like wired headphones. I left my phone in my cubicle and went to the bathroom before the sound broke. I don't have to take my phone off the charge in the office. They look nice. It is a small sacrifice because of the extra padding that makes them sound good. I was concerned about the band size. My head is too big to wear a lot of hats. I have to extend the headphones, but they fit well. If you have a large melon, be aware. The sound is not amazing but it is good for its price and has nice bass. The foam returned to its shape after I tested it, and mine didn't have an issue.
👤I've been using my husband's headphones for a while, but really needed my own. I didn't want to spend as much as he did. I'm glad I tried these headphones. When I look up or down, they stay on my head. This is something that bothered me about my husband's pair. The sound quality is good. My musician husband agrees. Not as good as his expensive pair, but close. I like the size of the ear pads, they fully cover my ears, and as long as I position them correctly, they are comfortable. Nice accessories included: case, jack, and cord. Long battery life! I have had these for almost a week. I use them for hours a day and they are still on the first charge. The cord for charging is short. They don't have the outlet plug. A short cord. That is not good. I really like these headphones. It is definitely worth the price.
👤I was impressed with the headphones when they arrived. They are pretty and not cheap. I'm hopeful they won't have a problem with the folding points because they fold up easily and don't feel flimsy. It is really great that they are till adjusted to fit your head. I still found them a bit tight around my ears, but that's my preference. The buttons on the side are easy to use. I wish I could have connected the headphones to my PS4 or TV via bluetooth, but I was really happy to discover that I could use them wired, which is great for when I'm working. I would like to play with the sound settings a little more. I keep my bass levels low because I am sensitive to it, but that is also my preference. The sound quality is good. I would say give them a try, the Pros compact design fold up easily and smoothly, can be used wireless or wired, and the lovely color ofrose gold, can be used slightly tight around my ears. The bass is slightly high for personal preference.
Top audio engineers and pro audio reviewers praise the sonic performance. 45 millimeter drivers with rare earth magnets and copper clad aluminum wire voice coils are proprietary. The clarity throughout the extended range is amazing. Excellent sound isolation can be achieved with circummaural design around the ears. 90 degree earcups for easy one ear monitoring and professional grade earpad and headband material deliver more comfort.
👤This is going to be a long review, so try to stay in there and read to the end, I promise it's worth it! A friend that has never listened to good headphones before is telling you that Audio-Technica ATH-M50x are better than Beats by Dre, so you should probably buy it. The main problem here is that most people aren't buying the M50x for that reason. The reason people are buying them is not so much the headphones themselves. A lot of people spend the majority of their lives listening to music with headphones and earbuds that are either cheap, tinny sounding trash or overpriced, consumer-grade "fashion cans" with overpowering bass. When you go from something like that to something like the M50x which has more detail and clarity, you're going to think they're the bee's knees and that everything else on the shelf at your local electronics store is worthless. That's true for most of the time. The M50x is considered to be the "Beats killers". They have better sound quality than the most expensive headphones, for around half the price. If you haven't figured it out, these headphones are compared to Beats a lot. There is a But. There is a lot of hype surrounding these headphones that have been built up by people who recommend them for everyday use and gaming. I don't dislike the M50x. I respect the M50x for their original purpose. Monitoring is listening to audio recordings and analyzing them if you don't know what it is. To effectively do this, you need a pair of monitor headphones or monitor speakers that play music with as much detail as possible. These headphones are great for monitoring, but they are impractical for casual listening because of several important flaws. I'm going to break it down into three categories: build, comfort and sound. The build quality on the M50x is good for most of the time. The headband is metal and the plastic feels sturdy, which makes the headphones robust and sound good. The ear cups flip all the way backwards, so it's very portable. They have a cable that is portable. The fake leather on the headband and ear pads is cheap. In my opinion, there was no deal-breaking for the price. The fake leather corners will bite you in the back when the pads and headband start to fall. The pads can be replaced easily. Solid build quality, but nothing amazing. If you're anything like me and most other high end people, you won't wear headphones that hurt your ears, no matter how good the sound is. The M50x aren't very comfortable, but they are close to being the most comfortable. The M50x have been on the market for a while and anyone who says they are "super-comfy" has probably been wearing concrete on their ears. The cheap, poorly made ear pads are the main reason these are uncomfortable. They're made of a fake leather, which isn't a big deal. The padding inside of them is not acceptable. It's a cheap foam that doesn't have much density. The second reason, which can be fixed for the most part, is the force these have on your ears. After 30 minutes of using these, my ears started hurting and the bad ear pads made it worse. You should be able to fix this by stretching them across the box and letting them sit there for a bit longer. This helped to relieve the pain of the clamp. Buying different ear pads can make you feel better. It will affect sound quality for the worst. There is more on that in the sound section. They aren't comfortable, but they shouldn't be used for long listening sessions anyways. How to describe the sound in simple terms? It was clear, detailed and accurate. But also narrow and harsh. Do these sound better than the other headphones? Not by a lot. If you've ever listened to a pair of Beats Studio or Solo, you won't have a life-changing experience just from changing to the M50x. Bass is cleaner and less emphasized, which may be disappointing to people who love bass in headphones. The bass is not bad. Bass does get deep, but it can be a bituddy at times, meaning that it isn't very tight-feeling. You can find a better explanation if you go to the internet. The mid-range frequencies can be heard, but aren't quite up at the front of the stage like the bass and highs are. Someone has already said that the M50x have a mid-range. The high-end frequencies include high-pitched, sibilant vocals and instruments like flutes and cymbals. This is where the M50x stops being a casual-listening or fun headphones. The highs are upfront and detailed, which can be good for the purpose of monitoring, but they're so heavily emphasized that it makes listening at high volumes uncomfortable and fatiguing. The majority of people will find it uncomfortable and not very relaxing to have headphones on. The soundstage is how big the area of the audio sounds. It's a narrow soundstage if every sound seems close to your head. If it sounds like you're in a big room, that's a wide soundstage. How accurate the placement of sounds are in the soundstage is what is being imaged. If you feel like you can hear where that sound is coming from, that's great. Soundstage is not present. It is, but it is pretty narrow. Everything is against your head. The images are decent. I could usually tell what direction the sounds were coming from. The fun, casual listening experience is cut short by the sound of the M50x. They are very detailed. The clarity is exceptional. The highs and muddy bass can make listening very difficult. The build quality of the M50x is good and they're portable, but the sound quality is not suitable for listening to music for pure enjoyment and the comfort falls short of other similarly-priced (and even lower priced) headphones. The M-series headphones have been compared to Audio-Technica's "casual listening" as a selling point, which is silly and shows that they're trying to profit from all the unnecessary hype. It's obvious if you do more research about these. I respect these headphones and they are good, but not for the reason people are led to believe. If you really want a pair of portable ones, there are alternatives. I've either personally used or owned these headphones, they're meant for fun, enjoyable listening. Here is a short list of things you can do. Happy doing research! The SONY MDR-1A is a computer. Good headphones for portable use. The build quality is excellent. They are warm and relaxing, but not boring. The M50x costs around $200 brand new, but they cost a little bit more. The price jump is worth it. Bose Soundtrue AE2 are lightweight and easy to forget about, they are good portable headphones. The build quality is good and the sound is relaxed, but can still be fun when the volume is high. They are on sale for $100 on Amazon. You can find a used pair for less. They're not on sale, but still worth it, even though it's a bit pricey. The Beyerdynamic DT770 has a 32ohm rating. A great pair of headphones for casual and professional use. The M50x is better than the build quality and sound quality. The cable isn't portable because they don't fold up. These can be found for less than $200. If you buy used, it will be less. Status Audio CB-1 These are half the price of the M50x, but have more enjoyable sound, and are more comfortable. Don't be rough with them because their build quality is questionable. If you have a large head, they may not fit on your head because of the light force. B&O PLAY H6 are more expensive than the M50x, but the build is great, they're very comfortable, look fantastic, and have a clear, warm, inviting sound that's fun to listen to. The SHP9500: is a product of thePhilips. These are fantastic and only cost $60 or less. The sound is spacious and pleasant, and the build is good. The sound will leak because they are open-back headphones. If you're listening to music at loud volumes, other people will hear it. If this isn't an issue, you should definitely get these, because you're going to be using your headphones mostly at home. The M40x is the little-brother of the M50x that nobody cares about, even though they're better suited for casual or fun listening. The M50x is a good build and good comfort, but if you change the pads to something like the Brainwavz HM5 leather pads, they will be even better, and the sound won't be affected. The bass and highs aren't emphasized, but they're still great. They cost only $100. A well-built portable headphone that sounds great, and has the ability to switch between being open-back and closed-back (open-backed headphones usually sound better!). It's on sale for $130 right now. Thank you for taking the time to read through that.
The DED-80 electric drum set is specially designed for beginners. There are 30 demo songs with multiple music styles. Beginners will be able to improve their playing skills with the training and recording functions of electronic drums. The lightweight design of the hi-hat pedal avoids most of the noise, giving you the best experience. The DED-80 electric drum set is close to restoring the real drum hitting experience because it has double-layer mesh high density structure. The strike area is provided by the 10" cymbal. You can practice as a good drummer with the help of the Donner electric drums. The ideal size of the drum stand is more suitable for teenagers. It's portable and foldable, perfect for home and outdoor performances. The expandedDrum Set has a size of 39.37in. The DED-80 drum set can be linked to the DAW software through the USB interface, as a tool for your music creation, use their headphones for silent practice, without disturbing anyone. The package includes: a drum throne, a hi-hat pedal, a kick pedal, and a drum pad.
👤I was close to buying a used set of electronic drums. I needed mesh heads if I was going to learn how to play and not get divorced in the process. One of the first ukuleles I bought was a Donner tenor. I've had it for a couple years now and like it. I decided to take a chance when I saw the drum kit. The set was nicely packed in a nice box. The box is 60 lbs., so you might need a helpers to get in the house. The box is labeled with individual boxes, which was a nice challenge. I think it took me an hour to get everything assembled, because the instructions were very clear. They have all the tools needed. The rack is very sturdy. The metal pedals were a pleasant surprise. The mesh heads are very nice. There are dual zones in coles, and they can be choke. The snare rim is a snare zone hit. The drum module can add a third cymbal, but I am not sure if Donner has this yet. It's good to have sounds for a beginner kit. You get a total of 15 different drum kits, as well as the ability to change each drum sound to make your own kit. The demo music was built in the metronome. It is nice to drum along to the music from different genres. Plug your phone into a jack so you can listen to your own music. I didn't remove a star for the con because it may not be a con at all. I had the same issue as another reviewer who had issues using theusb MIDI to connect to garageband. It works for about 10 seconds, then stops. I can plug it back in and it will work for another 10 seconds, but then it stops. This seems to be an issue not only with these drums, but with certain keyboards as well. It seems that plugging a hub into the iPad/ computer and plugging the drums/keyboard into it fixes the problem. I don't know why this works, but I have a hub on order, and will update this review if it fixes the problem. If you are a beginner, you should get the option with the drum throne included, as you will need it. The stand folds up so you can put it in a closet or behind a couch when not in use.
👤I regret never learning to play the drums because I would have been better off. The seed was planted when some family members talked about taking guitar lessons. I found a drum instructor who suggested an electronic kit for me since I am living in an apartment complex. I chose this kit because of the review that said it would take a double bass pedal, a sound that has always intrigued me. It is easy to assemble. It took me about half an hour to unpack it all, and another half an hour to get it set up and wired. The instruction manual is not good. I would suggest anyone new to the hobby to do an internet search for standard heights and placement of drum kits, then adjust to it over time. The combo I bought had instant regrets when I sat on it. It's a cheap throw in. I will appreciate the new one whenever I get around to buying one, as it was one less thing for me to purchase, but I am not knocking them for it. I would suggest to buy the combo with the extra cymbals, since they don't sell cymbals separately. The brain is an electronic module that is preprogrammed with 15 drum sets. I played Kit 1 for the first week and it was the default. Each component of the kit has 15 different tones which allow you to tune a kit to your liking. You will be able to build your own drum set using the various 15 choices for the snare, cymbals, tom-tom, hi-hat and kick drum. There are 15 additional sound options for the components that have multiple zones. The module has preprogrammed songs that can be adjusted up or down. If you want to play along with your own music, there is a port for an mp3 player or cell phone. The kick pedal is realistic which was an important part of the kit. It can be adjusted side to side and front to back. There is a little wiggle in it, but it is otherwise okay. I was able to adjust it once I learned how to keep a steady pattern because the hammer head was hitting my foot. I upgraded to a higher end model of headphones that has an additional line-in port and is capable of playing music. When I can get away with that, I'll be looking to buy an amplifier to play at low volumes. There are drum shoes. I was having trouble keeping a consistent pattern on the kick pedal, so I had to fiddle around with every pair of shoes in my closet until I found a pair that was small enough to fit the pedal. I am having a couple of technical issues and have reached out to Donner across multiple platforms multiple times for support and have not received so much as an acknowledgement of my emails, let alone an answer. It's the reason for the low rating. Technical support is an important part of any electronic purchase, so it is baffling that it isn't included. I am liking the kit so far. I had zero coordination for a week and was just making noise. Getting my feet and hands to not do the same thing at the same time was very difficult. It was the best feeling ever when I sat down and just started playing, my feet and hands were doing different things in different ways, it was the best feeling ever. I've been playing that same beat ever since and I think it will be my first official grooves, hooray for old people! If I ever get the technical issues resolved, I can get on with learning to read music and applying it to this really cool entry level kit. I was able to figure out how to save changes. "Do save" comes up on the screen after you hit the save button. You hit the button. I couldn't understand why the changes weren't being saved when I hit the save button again. If you're getting a flutter rebound, you can change it. You have to play with the up and down of the beater and adjust the chain link on the pedal to get that sweet spot. I had all of the wiring tight to the frame when I first put it together. I believe that this caused the signal to leak from the wires into the frame, which is why I was getting those cymbals sounds. I loosened the wires away from the frame and that seems to have solved the issue. After about 2 weeks, I heard back from customer service. They wanted me to make a video showing the problem, but without an amplifier. I have since bought one, but the way the issue was handled left me shaking my head. I had it right the first time. The sound produced by the hi-hat is the biggest issue with this kit. It is pretty universally accepted that it sucks, which is odd seeing that the hi-hat is the most consistent piece you hear in any song. I've been trying to map the kit onto a drum plug-in to get a more natural sounding hi-hat, but it's been the most frustrating thing ever. If I ever get it to work, I will update this review.
The Universal Connectivity includes a 6-foot cable with a stereo mini-plug and a headphone plug. A reference class of headphones with new and improved transducers deliver low distortion. The Transducers are hand selected for their accuracy and presentation. Direct connection to home and mobile Hires audio devices is possible with a nominal impedance of 150 ohm. The contact pressure is 6.0 N - 1 N. The cables use OFC copper to make sure signal integrity with low handling noise. There are two connection cables, one with a 6.35 millimeter stereo plug and the other with a 4.4 millimeter balanced stereo plug. A 3.5 millimeter to 6.35 millimeter adaptor is included. The technology is called wired and it has a thickness of 6.35 millimeter. Impedance is 150 ohms. Refer to the user manual in the product description section as a PDF manual.
👤Went from HiFiman to Beyerdynamic. All 3 were tested with the JDS Labs Atom Amp. Both Gen and Tidal. The Sundara felt like it was made for my ears and fit perfectly. The bass was great thanks to the tech. There were issues with the volume on one side. Returned it because of a poor support experience. The sound stage of the DT1990 Pro was amazing. The pads felt better. It was too bright for my ears. The pads were different in thickness and the tone of the left and right ear was different, which made them dull on one side. The support was great but the pads, tone and brightness made me return it. The HD 660 S was in charge. Both sides have the same volume and tone. Great for listening, but less analytical. The other two had a strong sound stage but not as strong as the other one. The bass sounds great. If I could have the Sundara's overall sound. It would be a perfect world with Pro's alanytics and HD 660 S's reliability. This journey made me realize that people have headphones.
👤I bought the two to compare them. The latter lost quickly. The HD 660 S is amazing. Everything is even, unlike the high end where the frequencies are too harsh. Excellent in the mid-range, unlike headphones that try to push the higher frequencies to come across as "super pro." It's normal for our brains to go "ooh" when we hear bass or highs, but you don't want them when judging a mix. The bass is quite good, but not as good as my Shure. If you want a good pair of headphones to listen to bass and sub-bass, I recommend the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x and HD 660 S. Don't get the ATH-M50x as your sole pair of headphones, they're problematic in the mids and highs. The HD 660 S is meant for studio use, so you must be in a quiet environment to use them properly. Don't wear them in public because noise from the outside will ruin it for you, and you'll annoy people around you because they'll be able to hear everything. After a short burn-in period, the headphones sound better. Plug them in, put them on your ears, and fire up some heavy rock or electronica at a volume that's loud, but not painful. Allow the headphones to sit for a few days. The material around the drivers is loosened. Some people think this is a myth, but some of the best mix engineers in Hollywood disagree. These headphones are incredible.
👤Even if the price was the same, these are not better than HD6xx/ 650. It's no contest because they are more than the HD6xx. While the sound quality is very similar, the difference is that 660s are a bit closer to the performance which is not a good thing, and just a bit more detail is emphasized. The bass is not present. They are not better for music enjoyment than recording/monitoring. It's pretty good for over ear headphones. If you want a better deal on a Sennheiser 6 series, get the HD6xx from drop instead.
It is connected technology The OneOdio Studio monitor headphones have a clear sound. Powerful bass, clear vocal, and crisp high tones form stereo sound with large, 50 millimeter speaker unit drivers. It's built to stay competitive. The ear cushions are made of soft padding. The headband is stretchable and can be adjusted to fit you. No more adaptive individuals. A long DJ-style cord is easy to reach from the TV to the chair. There is a 3.5mm plug included. You can plug in the mixer you want to use. The self-adjustable headband and 90 ear cups are ideal for mastering and mixing and can last for hours. All devices have an audio jack. The bass sound is good and the comfort is good. These are the headphones you've been looking for.
👤These headphones are very good for the price. The set was on my wishlist for a while and then Amazon told me they were on a sale for $28. I finally grabbed them. Over the years, I have spent a lot of money on headphones that I can get without a cable. I have a set of headphones that have 3.5mm input, but I rarely use them because I didn't notice much difference. I only listen to streaming music from Amazon Music because the Sony headphones support quality codecs to maximize the experience. The quality of sound is not always better than streaming music services. When Amazon Music HD came out, I immediately noticed a difference in my listening experience with the Sony headphones that were connected to 3.5mm vs the ones that were not. After Amazon Music HD came out, I broke my Sony headphones, which resulted in me spending a lot of time shopping for new headphones. I have a generous budget and am still shopping. I need something in the meantime. Enter OneOdio. I decided to try OneOdio after reading a lot of reviews. I was not sure how much to spend. The question was answered when this set went on sale. The headphones sound similar to my Sony headphones with the 3.5mm connection. I have listened to a lot of music on these and it all sounds great. I will probably keep these for a while, as I do more shopping, and possibly go further up the OneOdio product line. These would be a good purchase for someone who just wants the best bang for their buck. The headphones seem pretty durable and have all day comfort. They are light-weight but still strong. There are two jacks for different types of cables. I can actually have both connected at the same time. I can have one cable for music on my phone and the other for notifications on my computer, as well as meeting audio. If I really wanted to, I could listen to music from my phone quietly while listening to meeting audio, since the headphones just play both sources together.
👤This is not my first pair of headphones. If I were to describe all of the headphones I own, it would be boring. I consider myself an audio engineer. I don't like how my music sounds. With all the formality out the way, these headphones. I noticed that clarity and separation were present when I put them on. Not muffled or over powered, the Bass is very pronounced. The mids and highs are clear. "Slap Happy" is a good sample song for trying all the aspects. The horns, synthesizer, drums and lead guitar can be heard even tho the bass is showcased. Not sure? You can listen to a "3D surround" video on the internet. You will be amazed. You can't go wrong for the price. I'm going to buy another Pair in case the price goes up. Enjoy!
👤I was surprised at how good Powerbeats sounded when it came to the bass, I have Powerbeats Pro. The bass is very satisfying. The vocals and other instruments have good sound quality. These are not studio DJ headphones for nothing. I am almost certain that I have a keen ear for the sound of music, because I am from a family of musicians. I ordered the pink ones and have no regrets. If you have a wireless transmitter, these can also be used. If you are around touchy people, you might want to keep the headphones and bag out of their reach because the leather is hard to resist scratching. You will always have a smile on your face when you wear these. It makes your music come to life.
What do you get? Extra padding in the forefoot, toe and heel region are included in the Planters fasciitis support. There are a number of foot problems provided by the shoe insoles of the company, including high arch, flat feet, heel spurs, metatarsalgia, shin splints, and Morton's neuroma. The OneOdio Studio monitor headphones have a clear sound. Powerful bass, clear vocal, and crisp high tones form stereo sound with large, 50 millimeter speaker unit drivers. It's built to stay competitive. The ear cushions are made of soft padding. The headband is stretchable and can be adjusted to fit you. The DJ style coiled cord is easy to reach from the TV or stereo to your chair. There is a 3.5mm plug included. You can plug in the mixer you want to use. The self-adjustable headband and 90 ear cups are ideal for mastering and mixing and can last for hours. All devices have an audio jack. The bass sound is good and the comfort is good. These are the headphones you've been looking for.
👤First off, what are these headphones? Over 40 years of pro audio experience here. These headphones are great for personal listening. DJ quality? If you are talking about a weekend warrior occasional party DJ. DJ use that subjects them to a lot of physical punishment, then absolutely not! They're $30.00 headphones. I give a 5 star for the reasons. Sound quality is important. I can't tell you a real notable difference between my headphones. These are my first 50mm driver phones. Here is my opinion. All you get on these reviews is opinion. A sound system check. It was very accurate. The second test. Bose studio demo Very good. Music tests. Also sprach Zarathustra. Excellent and Accurate is what Richard Strauss is. Just like I was there, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor. Nice highs and low frequencies. 3. AC/DC, Shoot to Thrill. Yeah, 4. It sounds great. 5. Both GFR and BS versions arenoid. 6. It would take an awfull headphones to ruin these. The front row experience is something that should be taken into account. 7. IRON BUTTERFLY IN, A-GADDA-DA-VIDA, Rock ON! There are 8. The CD is called the Acropolis. This is also very Pleased here. These headphones are not what they say they are. Some reviewers have stated that they are not Bass Heavy. They're reproducing more accurate Bass that smaller driver headphones can't. I would call them "Bass Accurate", not heavy. Some have noted that they are not "skull crushing" I have been wearing them for over five hours straight and have used a Neoteck NTK059 headphones. I am pretty sure that all but the most demanding audiophiles will be very pleased with these, even though the Amp did add a positive aspect to the experience. I bought a second pair.
👤I bought these last year and thought they were a good buy but I had no use for them. I have a job in a noisy cube farm where I want to block out all the noise without having to pay for noise-cancelling headphones. I had these on my bed. I decided to give them a chance. I've owned hundreds of headphones and earbuds over the years and I think I'm a pretty good judge of sound quality and these are awesome for the price. The price to value ratio with these blows them out of the water, as I have other over-the- ear headphones that do the same. If you're looking for clear highs, solid mid-range, and bass that rivals studio monitors in clarity and power at a price that's too good to be true, then these headphones are for you. I sound like a fan. I take listening very seriously. No one can come close to this price. These guys have done a lot. Did I mention the comfort? The build quality and comfort of these is second to none and I wear them for 8 hours a day and 5 days a week. If you want to see what I'm talking about, buy the whole family a set.
Voson provides a 30-day unreasonable return and one-year warranty. If you have a question, please contact them through the buyer's message or after-sales email. They will reply within a few days. The full size, classic style Headphones deliver balanced, high frequencies sound on par with higher priced headphones for maximum value and hours of listening enjoyment. Powerful bass, vocals and lyrics, with dual 30 millimeter neodymium driver units that can handle up to 1000Mw maximum power input, are easy to use. A smooth, quick adjust headband and padded ear pads softly surround the entire ear to minimize ambient noise and distraction, and a padded ear pads softly surround the entire ear for optimum fit and comfort. An extra long, 6.5 feet audio cord gives you plenty of space to sit back and relax while watching movies and TV, and the freedom to move about while gaming. Sound with style: A sleek, distinctive black finish and lightweight design add a clear look of style and comfort wherever you go.
👤I am happy with these after a month. They are comfortable and allow some outside sounds to reach the Wife when necessary. It's comfortable when you're in bed listening to a book. The audible reader is worth the annoyance of the long cord being in the way to where I want it. There was an update on Sept. 17, 2018. They were bought in January of last year and stopped working by the end of August. Out of warranty. They were not expensive. I'm blind and unable to read print, so I only want them for audio books. I would have updated with a 2 or 3 stars if these headphones had lasted a year. I recently bought KOSS UR 20 for a bit more. I like the fit and look better with an 8' cord. I hope they don't get into trouble.
👤This is my fourth pair. They are the "bang for your buck" champion. The sound is great. The first time I listened to them, I was surprised to hear so much more. The headphones are comfortable. I wear them for hours at my desk and never have any pain in my head, ears, or neck. They just sit down. You don't notice the feel of the headphones even though you notice the sound. I have trouble buying hats because they usually don't fit, this is coming from a guy with a huge head.
👤The headphones are perfect. I keep one upstairs, one downstairs, and one in my travel bag. They work well and are durable, but they cost so little. The form will wear away, the plastic piece that holds them to size will break, and they will just become more and more beat up. They are worth it because they last long. Each pair lasts me for a couple of years. They're perfect for situations where you might have concern about your equipment getting banged up or lost, or kids getting a hold of them. Who cares if they get smashed. Buy another. I bought a few of these. It's worth it when you don't want to take your expensive headphones. The sound quality is acceptable. If you're an audio engineer, you won't be satisfied with the quality. I use them for a lot of things, and it always seems right to me. If you're in a noisy environment, it's not going to work out well.
👤The headphones are comfortable. They have a bad habit of falling apart. The headband has a part that falls off. I have had to glue the headphones back together about four times. My previous pair only lasted 6 months. They just stopped working and I wasn't rough on them. Next time, I'm going with a different brand.
👤Panasonic delivers again. Whoever is behind the design knows what they're doing and what's in demand. It's a steal because of the brand and the quality it provides. It's rich with enhancing features such as the longer cord that allows for more movement, which was a must for me, the short cord problem I had was starting to drive me insane, which will make longer sessions more comfortable, plush padded ear pads for more. It's a solid, honest product from a quality brand and I'll probably fall asleep in them sooner or later. What you see is what you get. Can't ask for more.
Best headphones for electronic drums products from Sony. In this article about best headphones for electronic drums you can see why people choose the product. Roland and Oneodio are also good brands to look for when you are finding best headphones for electronic drums.
Sony, Roland and Oneodio are some of the best brands that chosen by people for best headphones for electronic drums. Find the detail in this article. Bengoo, Tuinyo and Audio-technica are also brands that their products are worth to check.