Head Gear Reviews by droido256
  1. Audeze LCD2 Rev. 2 Planar Magnetic Headphones

    5.00 star(s)
    Finally was able to obtain the LCD-2. Was it everything I expected? Absolutely and then some. They arrived in a plain box, and inside cradled in foam is the heavy duty hard case. On the left of the case is a slot for a lock. On the front looks like a pressure relief valve. The latches have a button on each one to flip them up and close them. Opening the case up one can see a pretty nice gasket. In the center sits the LCD2, below them is where the cable and warranty cards sit. When you take the LCD2 out, wow they’re big and heavy. The heft and size...
  2. KBEAR KB10

    5.00 star(s)
    I bought these attracted to the multi driver. Not expecting much to be honest given the price. How wrong was I. Out of the box they sound great, fit well, and isolate outside noise excellently. The inner case is transparent, allowing a view of the drivers, crossover, and a lovely pack teeny tiny wires. The back cover looks like machined stainless steel. Inside each is a balanced armature (BA) woofer, two BA mid range, and two BA tweeters. The drivers are all linked into a tiny crossover board. The connector is a tiny two pin, which connects to a...
  3. Kennerton Ikiz

    5.00 star(s)
    Havn't found any reviews for the Ikiz, so decided one is needed.   **Disclaimer: Im a S***ty writer , and don't have any fancy equipment to give sine readouts, frequency graphs or the like, so this will be a review based on nothing but sight, feel and sound. Coffee, check, grammar nazi repellant, check, bag of spicy chex mix, check. Alright lets go.     I have had various in ear monitors from nearly every maker under the sun. Usually leaving me either underwhelmed, or uncomfortable. I never have tried Fischer, nor heard about Kennerton until...
  4. Audeze EL-8 Open-Back

    5.00 star(s)
    These so far dethroned all my top headphones. Deeper more natural bass than the M50X, or the HE-400, better 3d imaging, and speed than the AD900x, better comfort than the DT990pro.     Mine is the 2016 refreshed model. It came in a white box shell, and a black inner box with a slide off top. They are packaged in foam that's well padded IMO. Underneath the foam is the box containing the Certificate of Authenticity, inserts, the manual, a 3.5 mm standard flat cable, and a Apple(if you selected it) remote cable(not a cipher). They're made in the good...
  5. beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro Headphones

    5.00 star(s)
    A great can, esp considering the price.   Fit, and comfort. these things IMO cannot get more comfortable. it's like your head is being hugged by the softest stuffed animals in the world. yes literally, after about a minute you dont feel them at all. A firm not tight clamp keeps them in place. The headband nestles the crown of the head nicely.   Build quality. These things are built solid. Plastic, but the durable kind, with a metal headband, and yoke.   Sound quality. These sound great, with deep lows, engaging mids ( I dont know where people...
  6. Beyerdynamic DTX 910 Trendline Stereo Headphone

    5.00 star(s)
    The headphones come in a relatively plain, well packed box with a screw on stereo jack to mini jack adapter. No frills, just basic.   The DTX-910 is a smaller over the ear headphone with all plastic housing, and comfy velour ear pads. They adjust with plastic slider slips outward, which seem kind of flimsy, the only con to these headphones really. The cable is about 9 foot long, terminates into a gold connector, and is thick, like transatlantic cable thick, very sturdy feeling, including the junction into the left ear cup. The DTX-910 fits snug...