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post #46 of 57
The Hammos were not as clear or the Zoros are not as clear?
post #47 of 57
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by potterpastor View Post

The Hammos were not as clear or the Zoros are not as clear?

I am struggling that as well

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post #48 of 57

Oh, sorry. I just figured out the quote I used contradicts me. redface.gif To clarify, something about the Hammo's left me wanting compared to the Zoro HD's.

post #49 of 57

hey guys, been testing it since i got it on tuesday. this thing is good, definitely an upgrade from the zoro HD.

 

the only thing i prob didn't really like is the sound leak...just my personal opinion, it leaks more than the zoro HD.

 

other than that, the lows were clear as heck, the high is clear as heck, the bass were just perfect (way more than the zoro). My fav part of this set is that i got the white pairs, loving it! no glossy and oily look when you're not cleaning it haha.

 

excuse my english everyone. 

post #50 of 57

Does Hammo offer a better Noise isolation than Zoro HD?

post #51 of 57
Thread Starter 
That's for sure as the leather cover ur ears entirely

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post #52 of 57
Now this thread seems to have been around for a while, does anyone have any thoughts on Zoro HD vs Hammo.. I'm about to order, but am REALLY torn between the two. Apologies if I pop up all over the place asking the same question, but £70 is a fair whack of money for me, so I want to get it right first time!

I'm currently using JVC HAS4X, and am looking for a significant improvement, as they don't seem to handle bass as well as I'd like. They can DO bass.. It's just a bit muddy and can overpower the other ranges. I listen to a variety of music..a lot of power metal, prog rock, and a fair bit of easy listening, like Neil Diamond, Abba etc, so s good all rounder is needed.

Does a larger driver automatically mean better, or is it going to be harder for a phone to drive? I know the Zoro HD get glowing reviews, but there is a definite lack of info on the Hammo. Couldn't find any YouTube reviews in English, or any comparisons.

Any advice would be much appreciated before I make a decision.

Thanks!
post #53 of 57
Thread Starter 
Hello,

I wish I could help but I have only tried the Zoro HD but it is a great sounding headphone! Given the Hammo is a higher end version, I believe it should be better smily_headphones1.gif

Hope it helps
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post #54 of 57
I hope so, as I've just ordered a pair! Will let you know what I think of them!
Cheers for the advice! smily_headphones1.gif
post #55 of 57
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by MetalOllie View Post

I hope so, as I've just ordered a pair! Will let you know what I think of them!
Cheers for the advice! smily_headphones1.gif

Not much from me but your welcome! Do let us all know what you think about them

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post #56 of 57

Not trying to make you feel bad, but I just got a pair of Black Hammos from Buy Digital online for $69 delivered. Wanted to let you know in case you liked them so much you wanted another pair (different color, another family member, etc.). 

post #57 of 57

Well it is  year and a few months later but I did for $69 at Buy Dig. If you remove the black foam that covers the inside of the earpiece, they sound fantastic! Build quality is pretty good. 

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