Head Gear Reviews by Zeebra
  1. AKG K 272 HD High-Definition Headphones

    4.00 star(s)
    Value: I paid a steep price for them, you can get it for about $129 nowadays from some places, which would drive the value a lot higher. Still okay IMO. Audio Quality: Doesn't distort, doesn't cause ear-fatigue which I'm usually sensitive to, authentic and unemphasized, precise lows, natural mids with good separation and detail, and smooth, non-fatiguing but clear highs. I can't spot a huge frequency response hump in either end or the middle, seems natural and transparent, just the way I like them. Design: I guess they have some retro value, the...
  2. Sony MDREX10LP/BLK In-Ear Headphones

    5.00 star(s)
    Value Having a thing for throw-away grade earbuds, I saw these pretty sleek things for 9,90€ in a supermarket and thought hey, why the hell not! I wasn't expecting anything, but damn these little things surprised me! Audio Quality The lowest of low frequencies roll off ever so slightly, so one might consider them mid- and high-frequency weighted, but the term "natural" comes to mind more. The buds perform very slightly might weighted so without feeling shrill or "Grado"-like, not emphasizing anything too much. The sound isn't aggressive and...
  3. M-Audio Fast Track Pro 4x4 Mobile USB Audio/MIDI Interface with Preamps

    4.50 star(s)
    Review equipment: AKG K272 HD, Sony XB-500, Sennheiser CX-300 II and Behringer B3031A studio monitors. Compared with FiiO E7 and Realtek ALC892 integrated. Value I gave it the full score, because I got it for $120, yet it includes diverse inputs, balanced 1/2 outputs, switchable headphone output.. Basically for me, every feature in the product description is worth a few pennies. Audio Quality Very little hiss turned all the way up with Sennheiser CX-300 and Sony EX-10LP. Might not want to use with really sensitive IEM, not sure. You're better off...