Possible Chinese bang-for-buck headphone?
Mar 26, 2013 at 5:59 PM Thread Starter Post #1 of 10

pro1137

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Hey Head-Fi, I was derping around on Focalprice out of boredom, and I stumbled upon something called the Snike DJ-777. 
Here - http://www.focalprice.com/EP0329B/SNIKE_DJ777_Headset_with_Microphone_Black.html#.UVIYFBwsnjI

Anyone try these? They look magnificent (at least to me), and I'd like to know if they'd be worth getting, as certain Chinese brands like Superlux and Takstar are incredible for the money.
 
Mar 26, 2013 at 10:48 PM Post #6 of 10

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They look like some kind of chinese knockoff of the Philips CitiScape Uptown:
 

 
Could be a good find though for someone on a tight budget.


I had just heard that from MalVeauX. Could be a good one, for sure. The headband looks a bit thicker than the Philips ones, to me, though.
 
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Yes ...i do have it ...most of my stuff are iem or earbud but for me they sound like my Yuin PK2 but the volume is slightly lower compared to my Yuin at the same volume and setting on my S3.

The sound ...impactful bass with recessed treble but i think it is a good buy and also very comfortable to wear .
 
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one model comes to mind that is cheap but is comparable to 3x or even 5x more expensive headphones
 
the  [size=25.55555534362793px]Panasonic RP-HTF600[/size]
 
I think this is poor'mans ath-m50 , but sounds very good when I auditioned it, does not need an amp to sound good and comfortable as well.
 
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one model comes to mind that is cheap but is comparable to 3x or even 5x more expensive headphones

the  [size=25.55555534362793px]Panasonic RP-HTF600[/size]


I think this is poor'mans ath-m50 , but sounds very good when I auditioned it, does not need an amp to sound good and comfortable as well.


I think the Monoprice MHP-839 (8323) is the poor man's M50. The HTF-600 has a somewhat different sound signature.
 

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