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Monoprice Premium 8323 Hi-Fi DJ Style Over-the-Ear Pro Headphone Reviews

dz1000

Sweaty. Sound is ok but nothing special.

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Pros: Good amount of bass

Cons: Gets sweaty after 10 minutes, no sparkle in the sound

I bought these headphones because of all the hype on forums such as this one claiming they are better than headphones costing several times more. Compared to my £150 Grado SR125i there is no contest. The Grados simply blow these away. Before i listened to the Grados I thought these headphones sounded good. But after i heard the Grados i wanted to sell the Monoprice immediately. They are about as good as my Koss KSC75 but with a bit more bass. Now I quite like the Koss, so it is no bad thing being as good as those. But the Koss are £12 earphones, so the price of the Monoprice is about right for what you get. In my opinion, the people who hype these up on forums are too impressed by the...
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phillkillv2

Monoprice 8323 budget Cans

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Pros: Interesting amounts of bass for a price of $20 - Excellent Portability - 3.5mm jack for removable Cable - Soft Earpads - 50mm Driver

Cons: Cramped Soundstage - Horribly uncomfortable Headband - Somewhat cheap Plastics

Sound/Seal   The Monoprice 8232 are a great headphone for a person that isn't a real audiophile and audiophiles them-self. The headphones give acceptional quality for the price of around $20-$33. Bass is up there with other headphones but it may and probably drown out other important aspects of a song like mids. The highs are great. Voices sound crisp and symbols clash with great clarity. Lows can be soothing and jarring at the same time. It depends on what you have your eQ set at if you have one or your audio presets. If you eQ these you'll probably get more potential. The Seal is alright. It keeps some noise in but can really start leaking at higher audio levels.  ...
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Pual

Best Value for Closed Bass-Cans

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Pros: Bass Quantity, Decent Mids, High are not harsh. Good clamping force, light, replaceable cable

Cons: A bit muddy on complex music, Almost Zero Soundstage, Mids are recessed, ear pads dont quite go around your ears, and get a bit sweaty

Comes w/ 2 cables - one is short, very thin, and perfect for portable use.   One is bigger, thicker, and perfect for home use. Comes w/ a 1/4 inch adapter that works fine on either cable.   While not the best headphones out there, they rival most sub-$100 cans pretty well.   I would compare them most accurately to Equation RP-22 X ($120 headphones that I thought were a good deal at that price)   The built quality isnt fantastic, but seems sturdy enough. I would recommend these are great beater headphones or great closed headphones for if you are a rare basshead and don't want to blow $100+ on cans for the rare time you listen to really thumpy music.
pro1137

The absolute best in this price range

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Pros: Incredible sound quality for its price, detachable cable, crisp highs, mids are surprisingly good, bass is clean and powerful but not overpowered

Cons: Earpads make your ears sweat, zero soundstage

For a pair of headphones that are only $30, I was blown away by these. They are the best headphones I've heard out of all headphones at this price.   Compared these to some headphones in a similar price range   Auvio HF202 ($40) Koss UR/20 ($25) EarPollution Mogul ($36)   Note- Yes, I realize that the Mogul headphones are terrible, but they fit the price range.   Highs - Highs are clean, crisp, and definitely not fatiguing whatsoever. Better than all of the ones I compared it to.   Mids - Surprisingly good sounding. Like most closed cans, they are recessed, but better than any other can I've heard in this price with mids. Much better than...
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