RP-21 Stereo Headphones have been designed for tracking and mixing in the recording studio. RP-21...

Equation RP-21 Stereo Monitor Headphones

Average User Rating:
3.5/5,
  • RP-21 Stereo Headphones have been designed for tracking and mixing in the recording studio. RP-21 Headphones have a detachable cord with both straight and coiled options. The new RP-21 Headphones are designed to be fatigue resistant and provide long term comfort.

Recent User Reviews

  1. Lunatique
    3.5/5,
    "Pretty good for the money"
    Pros - Pretty good tonal balance overall for its price
    Cons - Not very comfortable, a bit too bright, looks like its price bracket
    I needed decent closed-back headphones for tracking, and while the Audio-Technica ATH-M50 is a much better pair of headphones overall at just $50 more, the Equation RP-21 is actually not bad at all for sub-$100. The tonal balance is quite good and does not exhibit any glaring problems like bloated bass or rolled-off treble or other similar problems we often hear in budget headphones. The upper mids are a bit bright though, and while it's not nearly as bad as some other headphones, for people who really like a non-fatiguing sound, it's a bit brighter than ideal. The sub-bass extension isn't anything special--it's about average for full-sized headphones, but the overall weight and accuracy of the bass is better than a lot of headphones in its price range.
     
    Comfort-wise, it's just tolerable--it doesn't sit too comfortably on the head, and the way the earcups sit around the ear feels a bit strange--like it wasn't properly molded to the human facial contour. But it's not painful or uncomfortable though--just something you will notice on your head, as opposed to forgetting they are there with really comfortable headphones.
     
    Looks-wise, it looks like a sub-$100 pair of headphones, but the color choices and the design is fairly easy on the eyes.

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