Head Gear Reviews by 3xclu5ive
  1. EM-JH010-RA - Positive Vibration On Ear Headphones - Rasta

    4.00 star(s)
    So, I had the House of Marley Roar for a while, and I liked the bassy sound but it was missing the clarity. I tried the Revolution, they sounded muffled and bassier. I tried the Liberate, and they sound a bit better than the Roar. Then there was that one headphone from the brand, and it really caught my eye. It looked like something from the 80's mixed with the nice youth style. I tried them out, and It was really good for the low price of £20. I had to buy these, and these will remain with me until they fail. Before I get to the review, I have to...
  2. Sony MDR-V150 Monitor Series Headphones with Reversible Earcups

    3.00 star(s)
    I have a quite mixed feeling about these. I own the white versions which are just the same. But I have to say, these headphones are okay for casual listening and portability. Even though they're portable, I still use my massive Philips SHP2000 wherever I go.   Build Quality   The build quality is cheap. What would you expect from a £10 pair of studio monitors? It's going to be mainly made of plastic. The headband is plastic and has the Sony logo and "Studio Monitor" written on the top. on the sides, it consists of plastic with the Sony logo on...
  3. Philips SHP 2000 - Headphones

    4.50 star(s)
    This is my first review on this website for the Philips SHP2000.   These headphones sound amazing with any genre of music. I prefer to listen to EDM and these headphones sure does a good job as monitors because I use them to master my music.   Build Quality   I had these for 3 years and 2 parts of the headband have broke. Of course it could be me, carrying these around in my bag when I took them to college, but still, most of it was made of plastic. The headband is made of just plastic, the driver housing is made of plastic, and everything else...