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KAM HP1

The KAM HP1 - A clear, neutral headphone with impressive sound stage for a closed monitor.

A review on: KAM HP1
LowDose

Pros: Very clear, clean sound, removable cable, impressive imaging and sound stage

Cons: Little to no clamping force, ear pad material could be improved.

Intro   After briefly owning and eventually selling the Audio Technica ATH - M50, there were quite a few things that I still desired in a closed headphone. I wanted something more comfortable with larger ear cups, a more neutral sound, and a removable cable. And a price in the $100 ballpark would be a homerun. After seeing the KAM HP1 come up on Head Fi, I was intrigued. Although KAM...
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Stylish headphones with subpar sound quality and extremely overpriced.
Stylish headphones with subpar sound quality and extremely overpriced.

V-MODA Crossfade M-100

Pros: Stylish,

Cons: Bass is a bit bloated, Really recessed mids, Lacks detail, No soundstage to speak of, Overpriced

A little disappointment
A little disappointment

Sony MDR-Z7

Pros: Good comfort, Great build quality, Warm sound, Good detail.

Cons: Thin sound. SO-SO-thin. Somewhat boring.

excellent phones
excellent phones

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