Superlux HD-631 DJ Stereo Headphones - dynamic, closed-back, neodymium magnet, 101dB SPL, 40...

Superlux HD-631

Average User Rating:
4/5,
  • Superlux HD-631 DJ Stereo Headphones - dynamic, closed-back, neodymium magnet, 101dB SPL, 40 Ohms, 20Hz-20kHz, 3000mW, coiled cable, thomann up to 3m cable with stereo mini-jack and 1/4" jack adapter. Weight (excluding cable): 260g. Colour: Black

Recent User Reviews

  1. Sharingan
    4.0/5,
    "A great sound for the price"
    Pros - Great Value, Long Lasting, Looks Cool, Nice Bass, Sufficiently Comfortable
    Cons - No Adjustment Options, Bass Might be too Much for Some, Price may Change, Leaky
    I am pretty amazed by this headphone. This being my first serious headphone purchase, I have felt satisfied from beginning to end by this headphone. Using this headphone nearly daily for the past five months, I am surprised a headphone that cost me $45 had last this long.
     
    Pros:
    This headphone is the wonderful value. I was surprised that I had really gotten a headphone this good for $45 and continue to be surprised 5 months later, and don't feel uncomfortable running around with this headphone in fear of breaking it, as it will not break the bank to buy another one.
     
    Speaking of 5 months, I am surprised a pair of headphones this cheap had really lasted me 5 months, as I heavily use and abuse my headphones. Even my pair of Turtle Beach headphones, which I used for gaming had only last me about 3 months before breaking.
     
    This headphone looks pretty cool. With the glossy silver and plastic black design, this headphone looks decently snazzy, and quite a nice looking design.
     
    The bass on this headphone is great for listening to music such as Electronic, Alternative and Pop, which is the main music I have listened to using this headphone, however could possibly be a bit overpowering for genres that aren't intended to have bass so loud.
     
    This headphone is comfortable enough, but nothing special. Probably not for someone with an "ultra sensitive head"
     
    Cons:
    This headphone has skimped out any sort of adjustment on the left and right earcups, which makes for a bit of a "loose fit" which may slip off your ears and cause sound leakage.
     
    These have gone up in price since I bought them 5 months ago. As of December 16th, 2014 these headphones cost $68 on Amazon, which is about $20 more expensive than it was before. $20 is a big deal for a headphone this cheap. 
     
    Overall, I have enjoyed these headphones greatly for all the time I have owned these headphones, and I would recommend these for anyone who wants a nice, cheap, fun pair of headphones.

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