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post #1 of 133
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I stumbled upon these while surfing the web.  Anybody heard of them?  They appear to have some similarities to AT headphones.  They're really good-looking.  The high-end pair is $270.

http://www.mezeheadphones.com/classics.html

post #2 of 133

I heard a work colleague mentioning they saw it at MuhichHighEnd show. It's some small European brand...

I tried the AT wood headphones, but those are much more expensive.... Maybe cause of the brand recognition?

 

Anyway if this Meze are as good as they look then they are definitely worth their money. As far as I see they sell directly from their website only.

post #3 of 133

They look AMAZING! And the price is definitely appealing as well. Interesting they advertise themselves an audiophile company. As James said, if they sound as good as they look then they are well worth the money. I hope someone can enlighten us. How did you come across these headphones marximus?

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Looking at their website they'll be selling them through Amazon.co.uk so I'll be sure to try out a pair. I thought the w3000 wood is the best I've seen from pictures, but these look even better.
post #5 of 133

that headband looks familiar

post #6 of 133
$300 USD tax and shipping included for the 88.
They look nice but I was surprised by the frequency range. Most higher end headphones will extend much further in both directions, though, it's not like you'll really hear past 20hz-20khz anyway...
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"This are Classics. This are devices to fall in love with."
 

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Originally Posted by driver 8 View Post

"This are Classics. This are devices to fall in love with."
 


But them looks good!

post #9 of 133
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Originally Posted by Marximus View Post


But them looks good!

 

Exactly! Do we need other reason to buy this?

post #10 of 133

lol I'd rather have poorly translated English than have cheesy lines of nonsense.

post #11 of 133
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Originally Posted by driver 8 View Post

"This are Classics. This are devices to fall in love with."

 

English might not be their primary language... Have you ever seen the HiSound audio website?
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"This are Classics. This are devices to fall in love with."
 

sounds like what we here in South Africa call "very delicious english" (with a thick dutch accent)

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Has anyone sent them an e-mail? I'm thinking of sending one asking about their build quality testing, warranty, what kind of sound signature they are trying to go for and what market they are aiming at. They made a very brief cameo on fox news. Will also probably ask them where they got their design inspiration from rolleyes.gif albeit in a more direct manner. Also might ask them if they would be willing to send some more experienced head-fi members, or maybe jude himself a pair to review? Is this a good idea? Anything I should add or take away?

 

Feel's like I'm stepping a bit out of line since I'm still a noob and haven't understood the what audiophile headphones are. Thought I'd ask here first.

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English might not be their primary language... Have you ever seen the HiSound audio website?


yes, lol

 

I just thought the bit I quoted was funny, is all.  I wasn't trying to say anything for or against the headphones (although I personally dislike most Audio Technica designs.)

post #15 of 133

I shot Meze an an email today, asking about their build and about their definition of "Perfect Natural Sound". I'll report here when I get anything back.

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