Head Gear Reviews by pileman
  1. Audio-Technica ATH-M50 Studio Monitor Headphones

    4.00 star(s)
    The ATH-M50 headphones are one of the most recommended headphones on the Internet. Sure they do sound quite good as for a 200$ headphone, but there are far better sounding headphones in the same price range. In my opinion coiled cable headphone version is more bulky than the straight cable version and adds an unnecessary weight. I have both versions of these headphones and I can say that the straight cable version is much much nicer.   Sound: Bass: bass is overemphasised, muffled, loose I would rate it 6/10 and use EQ to bring it down a bit...
  2. Sennheiser HD 600

    5.00 star(s)
    I'll make this really short (because of my poor writhing skills)   Bass - bass is good but I find sub-bass a bit lacking. 9.5/10   MIDS - Wow, incredible mids. But sometimes it feels that there is to much of mids. 11/10   Highs - really smooth and detailed and not as harsh as other headphones like DT990 or DT880. 10/10   Sound-stage - I find sound-stage to be lacking :( and probably not as quick as I expected when I first bought them. 8/10   Comfort - really great comfort, no issues except for the adjustment part. 9.5/10  ...
  3. Beats Studio by Dr. Dre - Hi-Def Noise-Canceling Over-Ear Headphones

    0.50 star(s)
    Had a chance to test these headphones from a friend. Nothing good to say about these headphones, they sound horrible, like a plastic speaker. I myself owned beats solo HD which are really horrible sounding headphones.
  4. Audio-Technica ATH-M50S

    4.00 star(s)
    Audio-Technica ATH-M50S are really great headphones for the price, but are definitely not the best cans out there. In my opinion these headphones have a lot flaws. Biggest flaw is the bass response. It's great for metal and hip hop, but even though I'm quite of a BASSHEAD, I find the bass to be too lossy, and really overpowering the mids and the highs, especially when listening to Pink Floyd . Sure if you are listening through a computer or a phone or any source that has an EQ it can be easily fixed by lowering the low frequencies. But there is one...