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German Maestro GMP 400 Ohm Headphones Reviews

shaun_g

GermanMaestro GMP 400 Review

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Pros: Very comfortable (thanks to suspended earcups), accurate sound, robust construction

Cons: Not as good looking as a Sennheiser

The GMP 400 is handbuilt in Germany and comes with a 3 year warranty.  The GMP 400 is the open back cousin of the GMP 450, which has a closed back design.   The GMP 400's sound is very nicely balanced.  Enough warmth to make them an enjoyable listen, with an incisive precision that allows you to really hear all the hidden detail in a good quality recording.  I feel the balance is just right.   These headphones are like a mixture between all the things that are good about the Sennheiser HD650, the Grado SR325is and the Beyerdynamic DT880.  Not in your face like a Grado SR325is, not overly relaxed like a Sennheiser HD650, and not overly analytical...
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ostewart

Balanced and Accurate

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Pros: Great Sound, Great Comfort

Cons: Not as good looking as the competition.

Firstly I would like to thank Thomas at German Maestro for sending me this sample, I will write as honest a review possible. These received over 50hrs of burn-in before review, no differences were noted.   Gear Used: Asus M50vm > iFi iDAC > iCan/JDS Labs O2 > GMP 400     Specs: Frequency Response: 14 - 24.100 Hz Nominal Impedance: 300 Ohm Type: Open back, circumaural, dynamic driver. Average Pressure on the ear:  ~3 N Weight Without Cable: 240g Connector: Gold plated 3.5mm with 6.3mm screw on adapter. Cable Length: 3m   Packaging, Build Quality and Accessories: The packaging is standard across the German Maestro range, a black and...
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