“Roland RH-A30 - The LooksHeadphones are basically the same as highly regarded ATH-M50, but there are some differences (I had a chance to have both in my hand and on my head as well). First thing you may have noticed on pictures, there are some shinny elements. The earcups are connected to headband with piece of steel and not with hinges like in ATH-M50. You can also notice metal grill (probably...” --koolas
“ Audio Purists steer clear of them, because they need to be EQ-ed to get the best out of them, because one thing you will immediately notice is the sheer lack of treble. This is great with harsh recordings but even than it just sounds unnatural to me, give me sibilance over a huge treble roll-off anytime. The lack of highs is a real shame because overall the tonality is spot-on,...” --Mink
“I got these on a pawn shop deal, and wanted some cheap headphones that could deliver for what I was looking for. An all-arounder that provided clarity, good bass, nice treble, and handled all genres of music. Since these normally retail from anywhere between $100-180, I gave them a try, and I like them. The laid back, v-shaped signature is what I was looking for. The mids are slightly recessed,...” --IEMagnet01
“So, first of all you might be wondering why even bother reviewing a headphone that nobody knows about, has ever heard of, and most likely will never own or see in real life? Simply put, I think that this headphone deserves it. There are many of the 70's Pioneer clones, so it's good to give people an idea about them if there is any interest. Pros: - Aesthetics and construction are...” --GREQ
Black Pearl is a project introduced after three years of the Moonlight's evolution. Its intention was to create a headphone amplifier with at least equal sound quality followed by much higher output power, enabling the amplifier to work well also with hard to drive high impedance dynamic and orthodynamic headphones. Besides higher power the Black Pearl has got another advantage over...
The high-definition RH-50 Headphones offer exceptional low frequency response and a sturdy, well-fitting design that make them ideal for studio and professional use. A long 9-foot cable adapts to both stereo mini jack or 1/4-inch inputs.