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Link: http://www.munitio.com/2013/01/

 

From announcement: "The MUNITIO PRO40 High Performance Headphones are expected to ship in April. The headphones will be available initially in a matte black with gold Titanium coated rings. The PRO40 comes complete with dual interchangeable cables. An extended-length coiled cable with a ¼-inch jack adapter for professional applications and a cloth-covered 3-button [M]ic Control™ cable for the utmost audio and call functionality on Apple® devices. In addition, the PRO40’s come enclosed in a premium molded nylon hard shell case with attachment D-ring and carabineer, for $349 MSRP. As with all MUNITIO products, it will include a two-year manufactures replacement warranty."

 

What do you guys think? With its 40mm titanium drivers, will it be a replacement for my beloved Ultrasone 750, but with better comfort?

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Look interesting! Never get my hands on any Ultrasone yet but I got that feeling that these Munitio headphones have a v-shape sound...really interesting!

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I have the Munitio Billets for a while now and they are very bassy so I have no doubt this new headphone will be bassy as well.

They look nice but Munitio's product has always been over priced imo.


Edited by RoMee - 9/25/13 at 12:50pm
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I bought the Nines from a guy on here and I love them. I think I'll be saving up my pennies to get these.

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I am intrigued by these, but I can't find one online review.
 


Edited by Craigster75 - 7/16/13 at 12:42pm
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The gold rings look tacky but otherwise they are rather nice-looking. I'd be interested to hear some first-hand impressions on how they sound.

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Originally Posted by jupitreas View Post

The gold rings look tacky but otherwise they are rather nice-looking. I'd be interested to hear some first-hand impressions on how they sound.

 

Yeah... their "After Earth" edition looks a bit better...

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I tried the headphones on yesterday at an airport. It was a brief five minutes with edm music so I can't say much about it. I felt that the earcups rubbed against my ears more than I liked and it felt a little uncomfortable when I put them on. The clamping pressure was good for isolation though in the crowded area that I was in. The headphones felt very durable in my hands. 
There was definitely a big bass in these although it doesn't block the mids and the highs. The mids and highs were very clear on these though to me they seemed a little recessed. Again, I only listened to one genre in five minutes so I can't so too much about the sound quality. 

post #10 of 14

one review anyhow, usually they said they do a 20 hour break-in on stuff ( saw in a different review there ) but if these are titanium who knows might need some more pounding in ... not gonna get into that here :)  Nice construction.

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I've got one of these and will hope to put up a review in a couple weeks.

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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post
 

I've got one of these and will hope to put up a review in a couple weeks.

 

Excellent.

 

 

Thanks.

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Hello all! I just scored a NIB limited edition Munitio Pro 40 'After Earth Edition' #002 of 125 for $84.00! They previously sold for $400.00+ a few years ago, such is the world of audio gear. I just have to say that it has a really wide soundstage and a phenomenal sub-bass. I want to listen to them some more with different sources/audio rigs to get a better handle of its ability to display detail retrieval, acoustic timbre, and instrument separation.
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