The Hammo is the newest flagship headphone from the same company that made the Zoro line (Noontec). At first the Zoro headphones looked to be a cheap chinese knockoff of Beats, but Innerfidelty and CNET were able to show and measure that those headphones were in fact, very good headphones, especially for the price. The Hammo has been out for a few weeks possibly, and I got a great deal from Tanga on them. I don't see many places offering them yet, but based on the Zoro's success, that may change soon.
Initial first 10 minute impression through my Audio-GD NFB 11.32... I love them.
LOTS of bass. Normally I need to bump up ~30hz a bit on a lot of headphones to get the bass I desire, but I have no need with these. Bass is powerful, and it isn't muddy at all. Very clear and engaging.
You would think the mids would get scooped from all this bass right? Nope, mids are clear across all genres of music. I can throw it anything from EDM, acoustic, rock, and 90's rap, and they stay prominent in the mix.
Treble seems a tiny bit hot at first, which may smooth out after burn in, but it still also remains extremely clear and engaging.
Soundstage and imaging seem to be as good as a closed back headphone can provide.
Basically, everything they say in their promo material is 100% true.
The carbon fiber looking carry case egg looks awesome too. These might be my favorite new headphone under $120 right now (Tanga) ($179 retail). If you can get them for $120 or less, DO IT!.
Edited by bhazard - 8/10/13 at 9:09pm