“ The Yamaha EPH-100 surprised me with their excellent fidelity. I already owned a $300 set of Sure SE425s which are also wonderful but fall in the $300 price range and should be. I was so impressed with the performance of the EPH-100s that they are my primary headset. Their performance is at least equivalent to the SE425 and much easier to put on/in (if you're familiar with the twist and...” --jcksa
“ Yamaha HPH-Pro 500 Quick Review Full review found at http://www.head-fi.org/t/653626/yamaha-hph-pro-500-review Thanks to Yamaha UK for the sample. Brief: Yamaha does party time. Price: Circa £250 (Circa US$400 in Americaland) Specification: Design Over-ear, closed back, rigid aluminium alloy...” --mark2410
“ I have been lucky enough to have heard 5 pairs of YH-1000. It is not like your typical modern headphone, most of which I find too bright and trebly (and often siblant). Quite a lot of people *might* find the YH-1000 a bit dark for their tastes. But for me this is the headphone to fit my own personal taste. I will say it may not perform technically the best in the sense of extreme...” --Kabeer
“ There is a warm detailed sound to these. I feel more immersed in the atmosphere of the recording. You need LOTS of power to get the YH100 to sound its best. It seems (at least to my ears) to need a smile EQ with more emphasis on the highs. Everything sounds clear and effortless. MAAD BASS as well. The bass extension is unlike anything I've heard to date. I wonder what the mod for these...” --Billybbob18
“ Yamaha EPH-20 Quick Review Thanks to Yamaha UK for the sample. Full review can be found http://www.head-fi.org/t/646495/yamaha-eph-20-review Brief: Solid, big brand quality. Price: £20 Specification: 1.2m cable with gold 3.5 L-type plug, Weight: 3g (without cable); 10g (with cable), 20 Hz - 21...” --mark2410
“ Expanding on the pros, other likes- - These cans are pretty comfortable imo, with the velour pads and soft headband. I havent had any problems with pressure points on the headband, and have been able to wear them for several hours on end without much fatigue. Clamping force is just right. Tighter than, for example, a Creative Aurvana Live, but looser than my FA-011s. Fairly light weight. -...” --kidcharlemagne
“ The review is written of a modified Yamaha YH-1 which is very similar to the HP-1 but they might not sound completely the same. Despite the supra-aural phones, the headphones are very comfortable thanks to their light weight. The main attraction of these headphones is the midrange which is very involving and "human". Unfortunately they are not up to today's...” --padam
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