Head Gear Reviews by ElMarcado
  1. Etymotic Research ER4S MicroPro Reference Earphones

    5.00 star(s)
    Just wanted to give it the praise it deserves. Transducers this good should never stay in obscurity. Long life to this living legend!
  2. Etymotic ER-4P Portable In-Ear Earphones

    5.00 star(s)
    For me, they are the best ever. Maybe someday i'll listen to something 'better'? Well, we'll see.   PD: The Highs can bother some people with their 2k and 8-9k peaks. For me it's fine, but it's because I agree with Etymotic in their intention of tuning these that way, but you can disagree with them. After all, this is subjective, and IME this is the best headphones I had the pleasure to listen and own. Thank you very much dear reader. :)
  3. Sennheiser PX 100-II Supra-Aural Mini Headphones - Black

    4.50 star(s)
    This is one my favourite headphones. They have fantastic build quality, are inexpensive, require little voltage to be driven properly, are small and discreet, and sounds better than some pricier headphones (IMHO).    They also are completely non-fatiguing, and great all-rounders. They don't make bright and thin recordings sound even worse, but instead make them much more listenable. A complete win from Sennheiser. Bravo.
  4. Sennheiser HD 380 PRO Headphones

    4.00 star(s)
    Initial impressions: They can't reproduce the tone of a bass guitar correctly, let alone a human voice. Estrange thing is that they aren't sibilant or anything, but some mysterious peak between upper-mids and treble make some instruments like cymbals and female voice sound too unnatural and away from realist.   Bass sometimes sound bloated, and doesn't have a proper texture and articulation. The sound is detailed in a strange way: they have the infamous E.A.R. from Sennheiser, which is probably the most unnatural presentation of soundstage in a...