Touches and Nanos nope?
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Alright, so I won't go into depth (Because I just got them), but I'll give you the key points of what I first noticed, that differ the two - HP200 Vs. Mad Dogs 3.2
And you'll probably ask something along the lines of which I would take, and the answer is...HP200 if I want analytical sound with crisp tonality - textured bass, good timbre, natural vocals, sparkly highs; and Mad Dogs for when I want a bassy, warm tonality for a change with its: fuller bass, thick and slightly warm vocals, and subtle treble. They're two very different headphones to compare side-by-side, as they both have a tonality that is at the opposite ends of the spectrum. In short, they both complement each other for me, and that's a good thing, because that means I can always switch things up when I get bored of one sound signature.
So it's not really OTG. It's just a straight through micro-2-micro. But that's fine. The Vamp Verza & Go-DAP are one of the few that work with some Android phones (namely Galaxy S3) with a straight through microUSB-2-microUSB cable. Looks like your HTC One works too. Same with my Galaxy J (SC-02F).