“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
“ These seem to have fallen out of favor in the last few months. I don't know why. Maybe it's because they're not "audiophile" level gear. I mean, it works out in my favor because I got them on the cheap, but it's kind of sad for Munitio. I want to sing their praises from the rooftops personally. I would have been happy to have paid full price, and maybe a little...” --benzoylmethyl
“ 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
“This is my first review on headfi. I recently joined and although I love headphones and music, I don't have much technical knowledge. I was looking for a good pair of earbuds to use with my cellphone, as well as during workouts etc. This one fit my needs perfectly, had great reviews on amazon and wasn't very expensive. The package includes a carrying pouch, earpieces (S, M, L), earhooks ...” --sonomics
“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
“ 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
“Gallery: http://www.head-fi.org/g/a/820286/munitio-pro40 The Pro40 is Munitio's first foray into full sized headphones. The manufacturer is well known for their range of iems, though I haven't heard any of those so I carried no expectation of “brand sound” at all into this review. So let's start off with outward appearances. The box is pretty standard: Nice picture,...” --Armaegis
Item No. : CD-880 Product Name : Monitor headphones Features : *Exceptionally accurate acoustic performance with natural sound, designed for studio monitoring and mixing. *42mm driver with neodymium magnet & "CCAW" voice coil. *Balanced detachable cables, with screw-tight plugs. *"Breathable" protein leather ear pads bringing comfortable and long time...
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.