TASCAM’s TH-MX2 closed-back, mixing headphones are the latest addition to TASCAM’s acclaimed line...

TASCAM TH Series TH-MX2 Studio Headphones

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  • TASCAM’s TH-MX2 closed-back, mixing headphones are the latest addition to TASCAM’s acclaimed line of headphones. These headphones are tailored perfectly for recording and mixing, but also fit nicely into everyday music listening needs. These headphones come in industry-standard black design, and supply users with supreme audio quality, versatile fit and extreme comfort for extended wear. The TH-MX2 headphones offer an extremely lightweight but durable design. Tightly stitched around a stainless steel frame is an extra cushion to ensure a cozy fit. Also equipped is an elongated cable for users who need to utilize all areas of the studio while recording and mixing. In regards to audio quality, users will experience a clean honest representation of their audio. The new 40mm neodymium magnet drivers inside the closed back, oval ear-cups deliver a true, balanced sound that engineers, musicians and everyday listeners can all respect. The headphones ship with a 3.5mm to 1/4” screw-on adapter and a black leatherette bag for travel. Simply plug the TH-MX2’s into any audio-listening device, or pair them with TASCAM’s porta studios, interfaces (like the US-366) or any other home recording setup for an impressive audio reproduction.

Recent User Reviews

  1. Star2806
    "Good value neutral headphones"
    Pros - Good sub bass, warm mids, wide soundstage, balanced sound, comfortable
    Cons - jack plug might be a little flimsy
    The reviewed headphones are clones of the Tascam, they are Prodipe 3000.
    Build quality of the headset is strong, the metal sliders have a good grip when adjusting the size.  Quite comfortable.  2.7% of reviews mention about jack plug failures. Come in a selection of colors, white, black/red or black.
    Sound quality.  Very flat neutral sound ideal for studio monitoring, but they are musical too, they have a nice warmth due to lower mids being slightly forward and the upper mids are non fatiguing and slightly back whilst sounding airy.  Sub bass is very pleasant but not at basshead levels, just well balanced.  Highs are just loud enough to be pleasant and neutral.  Soundstage seems to be wide, at least as wide as my PSB M4U1.  Compared to the M4U1 they are less raspy (not as aggressive in the upper mids/lower treble).  They also lose out in terms of detail and speed but for £25 the Prodipe are amazing value.  I am now selling my PSB M4U1 as I love the warm neutral sound of my Prodipes.  In fact I actually like these the most out of the 5 headphones I own, they are very similar sounding to my Philips HP1000 open headphones with hardly any difference in the soundstage and sound tonally similar with more bass.  I would say these sound like £150 headphones, not far off from the Beyer DT250s either.

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