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สีที่มีจำหน่ายสำหรับ Soundmagic HP100
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หาก คุณกำลังมองหาหูฟังดีๆซักตัวข้างกาย ที่โดดเด่นทั้งพลังเสียง คุณภาพการผลิต และ การดีไซน์ Soundmagic ไม่ทำให้คุณผิดหวังอย่างแน่นอน
ในไทยเองแบรนด์ Soundmagic ก็ได้รับการตอบรับที่ดีเยี่ยมจากนักเล่นมากมาย เรียกได้ว่าเป็นหูฟังขวัญใจมหาชน ที่มีลูกค้าแนะนำมากมาย
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รางวัลที่ SoundMagic HP100 ได้รับ

คำชื่นชืมจากTrust Review
"
However, from a more practical standpoint there's very little to complain about.
Great comfort, a versatile design and sound that pips similarly-priced
rivals like the Shure SRH840 and Audio-Technica ATH-M50
make the SoundMagic HP100 a clear candidate for a headphone of the year nomination"


Value
The SoundMagic HP100's superbly detailed sound only makes us wish the company hadn't played its usual trick with the design. Comparable headphones from Sennheiser and Shure may tend to look functional and little else, but we'd prefer that over contrived style mis-steps.

However, from a more practical standpoint there's very little to complain about. Great comfort, a versatile design and sound that pips similarly-priced rivals like the Shure SRH840 and Audio-Technica ATH-M50 make the SoundMagic HP100 a clear candidate for a headphone of the year nomination.

Verdict
SoundMagic has done it again. The HP100 headphones are excellent, highly detailed-sounding headphones that marry the insight of a clinical headphone with an easygoing smoothness of a pair that's more about enjoyment than monitoring. Add great comfort to the mix and you have a real winning pair of cans. We just wish SoundMagic had classed-up the look a little more.
Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/soundmagic-hp100_Headphones_review_sound-quality-and-verdict_Page-2#dM1dvuvtzzosLXvM.99
Value
The SoundMagic HP100's superbly detailed sound only makes us wish the company hadn't played its usual trick with the design. Comparable headphones from Sennheiser and Shure may tend to look functional and little else, but we'd prefer that over contrived style mis-steps.

However, from a more practical standpoint there's very little to complain about. Great comfort, a versatile design and sound that pips similarly-priced rivals like the Shure SRH840 and Audio-Technica ATH-M50 make the SoundMagic HP100 a clear candidate for a headphone of the year nomination.

Verdict
SoundMagic has done it again. The HP100 headphones are excellent, highly detailed-sounding headphones that marry the insight of a clinical headphone with an easygoing smoothness of a pair that's more about enjoyment than monitoring. Add great comfort to the mix and you have a real winning pair of cans. We just wish SoundMagic had classed-up the look a little more.
Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/soundmagic-hp100_Headphones_review_sound-quality-and-verdict_Page-2#dM1dvuvtzzosLXvM.99
Value
The SoundMagic HP100's superbly detailed sound only makes us wish the company hadn't played its usual trick with the design. Comparable headphones from Sennheiser and Shure may tend to look functional and little else, but we'd prefer that over contrived style mis-steps.

However, from a more practical standpoint there's very little to complain about. Great comfort, a versatile design and sound that pips similarly-priced rivals like the Shure SRH840 and Audio-Technica ATH-M50 make the SoundMagic HP100 a clear candidate for a headphone of the year nomination.

Verdict
SoundMagic has done it again. The HP100 headphones are excellent, highly detailed-sounding headphones that marry the insight of a clinical headphone with an easygoing smoothness of a pair that's more about enjoyment than monitoring. Add great comfort to the mix and you have a real winning pair of cans. We just wish SoundMagic had classed-up the look a little more.
Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/soundmagic-hp100_Headphones_review_sound-quality-and-verdict_Page-2#dM1dvuvtzzosLXvM.99
However, from a more practical standpoint there's very little to complain about. Great comfort, a versatile design and sound that pips similarly-priced rivals like the Shure SRH840 and Audio-Technica ATH-M50 make the SoundMagic HP100 a clear candidate for a headphone of the year nomination.
Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/soundmagic-hp100_Headphones_review_sound-quality-and-verdict_Page-2#dM1dvuvtzzosLXvM.99
However, from a more practical standpoint there's very little to complain about. Great comfort, a versatile design and sound that pips similarly-priced rivals like the Shure SRH840 and Audio-Technica ATH-M50 make the SoundMagic HP100 a clear candidate for a headphone of the year nomination.
Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/soundmagic-hp100_Headphones_review_sound-quality-and-verdict_Page-2#dM1dvuvtzzosLXvM.99
However, from a more practical standpoint there's very little to complain about. Great comfort, a versatile design and sound that pips similarly-priced rivals like the Shure SRH840 and Audio-Technica ATH-M50 make the SoundMagic HP100 a clear candidate for a headphone of the year nomination.
Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/soundmagic-hp100_Headphones_review_sound-quality-and-verdict_Page-2#dM1dvuvtzzosLXvM.99

คำชื่นชืมจาก What Hifi?
"For closed-back cans, they offer a well-balanced, spacious sound.
But their real strength lies in the high-end, with a sparkling treble that makes jazz and classical music shine
Bass isn’t as accomplished, but it’s still deep, detailed and controlled."

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Soundmagic HP100 Review

รีวิว หูฟัง SoundMagic HP100 โดยosterward@Head-fi

Pros: comfort, great build quality and sound

Cons: a bit heavy, scratch easily

SoundMAGIC HP100 review

 

I would like to thank tony at soundmagic for asking me to review their First full size circumaural headphone, and I must say they have done a very good job.

 

I will try and write as honest a review as possible, and any opinions expressed are my own and others may not agree.

 

These have had 100 hours of burn in, as suggested by soundmagic, and differences were noticed, so do not judge them straight out of the box.

 

Gear Used:

IPod Classic 7G 160gb (rockboxed) > HP100

IPod Classic 7G 160gb (rockboxed) > Fiio L3 > JDS Labs C421 (AD8620) > HP100

 

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Specs:

Transducer: Dynamic 53mm

Frequency response: 10hz-30khz

Impedance: 32Ω

Sensitivity: 95db at 1Khz/mw

Max input power: 100mw

Cable length: 1.2m (4m extended)

Weight: 288g

Price: $200

 

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Packaging, Accessories, Build Quality and Comfort:

 

Packaging is quite attractive, with a simple white box with a picture of the HP100 on the front, a frequency graph and some info on one side, and various positions you can use the headphones in (folding, one ear etc…) on the other side. On the back it has the specifications and some more info.

 

Accessories are very good, a nice hard case, for transportation with a clip to clip it onto your bag, a flight adapter, a 3.5mm to 6.3mm screw on adapter and a cleaning cloth. Overall a very nice package, not missing anything, I do love the hard case.

 

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Build quality seems very sturdy, the headband is very flexible and is covered in pleather, the cups are plastic but the shiny plates are all metal. The extender arms are reinforced with metal and the single sided cable is detachable via a 3.5mm lock in plug (so no aftermarket cables I’m afraid). The cable is coiled but not particularly bulky or heavy and perfect size for portability, the strain relief on both jacks are very good and made of flexible rubber, the cable is medium in thickness. The pads are pleather and very soft, and also replaceable, I want to try some Beyerdynamic DT770 velour pads one day.

 

(One thing that bothers me is that the metal cup plates are like the backs of iPods, easily scratched, I mean very easily. I keep them in their case and baby them but they still have some minor scratches)

 

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Comfort is amazing, so many companies get it wrong and make uncomfortable headphones, these are fairly heavy but well padded, the headband has very soft padding and the pleather ear pads are super soft too, but soft in a comfy way and not compressed so you feel the plastic way. These rival the Beyerdynamic DT770 in the comfort department. My ears only get sweaty after long listening sessions

 

The isolation isn’t great but good enough for walking about with, but I don’t think these were made to be particularly portable.

 

The whole headphone kind of reminds me of the DT770 in style, with the circular cups and pads, and general shape. These can fold inward neatly (like the audio technica ATH-M50 and Shure SRHXXX), and the cups can rotate 90 degress to the back so you can use them on one ear, dj style. All hinges are metal and sturdy.

 

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Sound:

 

Heres the part you’ve all been waiting for:

 

Lows:

 

Not bass monsters, so bass heads need not apply, but the bass they do have has very good puch when needed and extends low with great control and detail. The bass is full bodied but not extremely fast in recovery, I think the full body of the bass helps as like this they don’t sound cold or thin and give an overall great body to the sound. I find the amount of bass perfect, if slightly above neutral. They handle EDM and Dubstep very well in my opinion and the bass does not bleed into the mids.

 

Mids:

 

I find the mids on these very transparent in the way that on some tracks the mids sound slightly behind, but not exactly recessed, but on others the mids are perfectly balanced between the lows and highs. The mids are detailed but never harsh and they don’t throw detail in your face. The mids are very smooth with only the slightest hint of sibilance (mainly on bad recordings). They portray vocals very naturally but electric guitars do lose some power.

 

Highs:

 

Great is a good word to describe the highs, never harsh or bright, with the right amount of presence (a little bit more forward wouldn’t hurt though). Details in the highs are easy to pick out and they extend very well with a good amount of sparkle. The decay and shimmer is perfect for my liking. Every tap and crash of cymbals can be heard with great detail and never become splashy.

 

Soundstage, Imaging and Instrument Separation:

 

The soundstage is one of this cans strong points, it reminds me of the DT770 with great width, depth and height.

 

Imaging is also done very well but not quite as good as my Shure SRH440.

 

Instrument separation is good, there is enough space between the lows, mids and highs, but these don’t have an airy presentation so the space between the instruments isn’t that big.

 

Conclusion

 

I think soundmagic have done a marvelous job with their first full sized closed cans. There are a lot of options in the sub $200 zone and these do a great job at fitting in. I think depending on your preference there are better options, but for a great all rounder that you can throw anything at and it will sound great, then these are very good. They are easy to listen to and have no real weak points, with a smooth no fatiguing sound with amazing comfort you cannot go wrong.

 

They are balanced, but not neutral with a sense of warmth and thickness to the sound, but they just sound very natural playing whatever genre you like. I cannot hear any major dips or peaks in the frequency response.

 

I must say I can’t think of a better option for music, gaming, movies or TV, they out do the DT770 in my opinion.

 

Amping

 

These really do benefit from amping, as i find them to sound flat and boring just driven from my iPod, adding an amp brings out the bass, and widens the soundstage and just brings out the best in them. Also they are not very sensitive so you will have to crank up the volume of you portable source to get decent listening volumes.

 

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I hope you enjoyed this review, any comments are welcome with tips to make my reviews better

 

Tracks Used:

Skrillex – First Of The Year (Equinox) (320kbps MP3)

Paramore – Franklin (320kbps MP3)

Diana Krall – The Girl In The Other Room (FLAC)

Deolinda – Passou Por Mim E Sorriu (live) (ALAC)

Suicide Silence – Unanswered (FLAC)

Massive Attack – Angel (ALAC)

Eat Static – Dzhopa Dream (ALAC)

The XX – Crystalised (FLAC)

Funeral For A Friend – Bend Your Arms To Look Like Wings (ALAC)

Mumford & Sons – Little Lion Man (FLAC)

The Scene Aesthetic – Humans (259kbps MP3)

A Hero A Fake – Swallowed By The Sea (254kbps MP3)

Vivaldi – The Four Seasons, Spring Allegro (ALAC)

Johnny Craig – Children Of Divorce (161kbps MP3)

Deadmau5 + Kaskade – I Remember (Caspa Remix) (320kbps MP3)

Black Uhuru – Utterance (ALAC)

We Are The In Crowd – Never Be What You Want (226kbps MP3)

Silverstein – Discovering The Waterfront (320kbps MP3)

Concept Of Thought – Our Thought (FLAC)

Nirvana – Something In The Way (Unplugged) (ALAC)

 

Oscar Stewart


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รีวิว หูฟัง SoundMagic HP100 โดยIt'smehere@Head-fi

Introduction

SoundMagic is a quite well-known Chinese IEMs and Headphones manufacturer, founded in 2005. Over the years, SoundMagic was known for their cheap bang for the buck IEMs, such as the PL50s, the E10s and others.  Earlier this year, a new model in their website caught my eye; it was called the HP100, and it was SM’s first full-sized headphones. Knowing that SoundMagic’s products are said to be of very good quality, I was immediately interested in reviewing the HP100s. Apparently, SoundMagic made some changes in this model since January, and the finished HP100s were finally released to the market at June’s-end. They retail for around $200, which is a pretty competitive price-range, as there are lots of headphones which retail around the same price. Let’s see if SoundMagic’s first full-sized headphones offer as good bang for the buck value as their IEMs.

Before we’ll start, here are the technical specifications of the SoundMagic HP100s:  

Driver: 53mm Dynamic Neodymium

Frequency Range: 10Hz ~ 30KHz

Impedance: 32Ω+-10%Ohms

Sensitivity: 95±3DB at 1KHz/mw

Maximum Input Power: 100mw

Cable Length: 1.2m

Plug: 3.5mm, L style plug gold-plated

Weight: 288g

Packaging: The Packaging is a white cardboard box, which looks quite simple but does its job quite well. It has a picture of the HP100s on its front, a frequency response graph on its side, and a few drawings of its positioning options on the other side, while its back has some technical specifications, explanations about the product and drawings of the accessories.

Accessories: SoundMagic provides a quite solid pack of accessories. First, is a hard shell-case, which looks a bit too-similar to V-MODA’s “exoskeleton” case, both in the shape and the color-scheme. It protects the headphones very well, and has an inner-pocket to store the accessories in. A small metal Karabiner, which can clip the case to your bag, is included too. There are two kinds of adapters provided too; one is a flight adapter, and the other one is a screw-on 3.5mm to 6.35mm plug adapter. Because the HP100′s cups are quite glossy and shiny, they’re fingerprint-magnets, but fortunately, a cleaning cloth is included too. Last but not least, a 1.2m long detachable cable (3.5mm to 3.5mm with lock mechanism) is provided either. It would’ve been great if another cable, a straight and not coiled one, would’ve been provided, as some people do not really like coiled cables. Also a replacement pair of ear-pads could’ve been nice, though in my opinion, another cable would’ve been more important.  The rating is 9/10.

the cable and the included adapters

Building Quality & Design: The HP100s are very well-built, and they feel quite tough and sturdy. The quite flexible headband is covered with a thick pleather layerwhile plastic ear-cups which feel quite strong and tough, are covered with shiny metal-plates, with SoundMagic’s logo on it. The cups can fold to 90 and 180 degrees, and they can also be rotated a bit on their pivots. The fold-hinges are very tough and strong, and they integrate nicely with the extending arms, which have numbers up to 10 on them, that help a lot with the headphones’ positioning. The user-replaceable ear-pads are made of the same-material as the headband’s coating layer. There are big left and right markings printed on a plastic-piece which connects the extension-arms to the headband. The cable is a detachable one, which connects and locks into a single-sided 3.5mm connection-point in the left headband. Unfortunately, due to the use of a locking-mechanism, only the supplied cable can be used. The coiled-cable has strong and big strain-reliefs on both of its sides, and overall, it feels quite durable. Overall, the HP100s are not as tough as the TMA-1s, but they come quite close, and their construction and build quality are very satisfying. The rating is 9/10.

the cable’s locking mechanism

Comfort & Fit: The HP100 is one of the most comfortable pairs of full-sized headphones that I ever had a chance to use, due to a few reasons: Their clamping-force is very low, which makes them a lot less fatiguing than some of the other headphones that I’ve tried. I know that a strong clamping force can sometimes ruin an experience with a good-sounding pair of headphones, but well, this isn’t the case here. The second reason is that the HP100s are very well padded. The ear-pads and the headband are both padded with a thick but quite soft pleather, which is very pleasant to touch. The ear-pads are pretty deep and they can easily fit my ears inside them. The next reason is that their weight (about 280 Grams, not too light, but not too heavy either), is very well divided, so it isn’t too felt. The fit is secure and the headphones don’t feel like they’re going to fall from your head at all. Overall, the comfort is a very strong point of the HP100s, I was very happy with it. The rating is 9.5/10.

Isolation: As the HP100s are mostly intended to be used at home or indoors, the isolation isn’t the most important thing, but they do isolate quite decently. They isolate better than Audio Technica’s A700s, but worse than AiAiAi’s TMA-1s. The rating is 7/10.

Sound Quality: The HP100s were given a burn-in time of about 70 hours, no noticeable changes were detected.

The HP100s utilize huge 53mm drivers, which produce a quite natural, balanced accurate and smooth sound-signature, and overall, an un-fatiguing one. It should be noted that an iPod might struggle a bit driving these headphones due to their low sensitivity (95 dB), so I do recommend pairing these headphones with an amp. I personally paired them with the GoVibe Mini-Box MKII, which managed to drive them quite well.

the HP100′s frequency response graph (pictured from their packaging)

The Bass: I was quite surprised that headphones which utilize a 53mm sized driver produce such a light and tight low-end, but it is by no means cold, thin or weak, vice versa, it feels quite full, it has a nice body to it. Quantity-wise, it’s about neutral. It’s very clean and quite clear, and it doesn’t bleed to the mids at-all. I find it’s detailing to be great, but it doesn’t throw the details “to your face”. The bass’ speed is decent, but nothing more than that. It extends quite low, a bit less than V-MODA’s M80s, but its resolution in the lowest-regions is quite better than the M80s’.

The Midrange: The HP100′s midrange is not forward, but it is not recessed either, apart from its upper registers (around 900 to 2k), which feel a bit “hidden”, missing and overshadowed by the other frequencies. The midrange has plenty of details in it; even the smallest and most minor vocal nuances can be easily heard due the drivers’ great detailing. As the bass, also the mids have a great clarity and cleanness. Smoothness can be found over the whole midrange, and because of that, I wasn’t really able to detect any sibilance in the vocals.

The Treble: The highs extension is great, one of the best things that these headphones do in terms of sound, though some of the highest notes are placed in the background, rather than in the front. The treble is never harsh; actually, it is very smooth. The treble has a nice amount of sparkle, and the detailing is as good as in the other frequencies.  The timbre feels quite natural and realistic, every guitar note sounds very good.

Sound-Stage & Imaging: The HP100s definitely have a great sound-stage, it is quite bigger than the TMA-1′s and M80′s sound-stage, depth, height and width-wise. Imaging feels quite realistic and true, overall, it’s above average. Instruments separation is good enough, but it does lack some airiness.

The rating for the “Sound-Quality” section is 9.5/10. It is given in ratio to the headphones’ price-tag at the time of writing this review.

Final Conclusions

SoundMagic’s first full-sized headphones are great, a solid first attempt for the company in the full-size market. The HP100 is a great all-rounder headphones, and they have no real weak points, they do everything well, and they’re even better when considering their value for the price. Their sound-signature is quite versatile, and it fits easily almost any music genre; from classic music & jazz to techno, rap & mainstream music, they do justice to each one of these genres. Comfort, which is sometimes an “Achilles heel” within some headphones, is great and non-fatiguing. The final rating is 9.6/10.


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รีวิว หูฟัง SoundMagic HP100 โดย Joshwallnut@Head-fi

Pros: Bass, midrange, highs are all good. Isolation both in and out is also decent. Pretty flat frequency response considering the -25 dip in the mid range.

Cons: Comfort, coiled cord.

 

I've had these now for about 2 weeks now. I got these for a good price on ebay, they were open box, meaning the box was all beat up but the headphones were fine and in new condition, it's a win-win! :D I'm not as experienced as some members on here so if you'd like, take my review with a grain of salt. I also won't go into much depth as some reviewers do. My sources are Laptop>FiiO E10 and an ipod nano 5th generation. All music i listen to is mostly 320kbps with a few flacs and ogg vorbis. I also like to listen to my music at moderate to high levels, mostly electronic, synth/pop and some odds and ends like rock, rap and classic.

 

Comfort and Build Quality: 7/10 

When i first got them i was surprised on how comfy they looked and feeled, very squishy ear pads. I was also surprised how much they weigh. After a few days, the cons in comfort started to show. I can only wear these for about 90 minutes and then i have to take a break. First, my ears started to touch the drivers, the ear pads have flattened out slightly, but even before that, my ears were touching them. I even removed the foam that covers the drivers to get more depth for my ears, that only worked for a day or two and my ears started to touch again. I'm also not a fan of leather ear pads, but that's personal preference. I'm in the process of ordering some thicker velour ears pads. The other issue with comfort is that these things are heavy, especially with the coiled cable attached. They feel about twice as heavy as my HD 558's when they're on my head, hell, even when i'm holding them in my hands they feel that heavy. I don't have a accurate small scale so i can't give you facts. So that's comfort, i would give my HD 558's a 9.5/10 for comfort, so there's a comparison if you already have some comfy sennheisers. But then again, maybe your ears don't stick out as much as mine and you like heavy headphones with leather earpads, you'll love the comfort then. The build quality kinda ties into that stuff i mentioned, but other then that, this headphone is well built and will probably last me many years, as long as i don't toss them out of an airplane. 

 

Sound: 9/10

For the price of these, they are really good. I did notice some burn-in changes, whether it be from the drivers or my brain getting use to the sound, i don't know, all i know is that there was some slight changes. The sucked out lower mids some people talk about, i did hear in some songs. After a few days though, the sucked out lower mids seemed to disappear. That or i just got use to the sound signature. I switched back to my other headphones though and i couldn't pick it up, where as at first, i could. The bass might have gained a little power with burn in, the mids didn't change, the highs did get a little more clear.

 

***The sound stage, imaging and separation is decent compared to my HD 558s (558's being the best in the category) and is great compared to my MS-1's... lol, I don't really know what is good for a closed back headphone so i won't really touch on this. Although the sound stage and imaging is almost comparable to my modded 558's, it's more of the sound separation that's a little lacking. This could be an illusion, maybe from the resonating sounds coming back from the ear cups makes it cluttery at high volumes sometimes, i'm not sure, i'm not really the best person to ask about the sound stage and separation, i have a hard time picking up on it, probably because the music i listen to isn't full of dynamics like classical and jazz.

 

Sound isolation is good on these. They leak almost no sound at moderate levels, they will leak a little a high volume though. Although they do leak sound in a little bit. So if you're walking down the road with these on, you will definitely hear a car horn, i'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing -_- lol.. for example, most IEM will give you better sound cancellation. I don't know the specifics, but if i would have to guess, they cut down around 60% of the sound around you. Does that make sense? arghh, moving on..

 

Bass: The bass is pretty good and extends very low. It is a strange phenomenon, the songs that were made with bass in mind, have bass, while the songs that focus more on the midrange and highs, don't really have any bass. I almost always have bass boost switched on with my E10, and it does make a world of a difference. That's with just a $60 amp, who knows what other amps are capable of doing to these :P You can also EQ the lower frequency quite well with these. If i had to describe it, the bass is more thump and less kick and peppy. It's boomy, but not a sloppy mess, it's accurate, but not too accurate. It's like the bass is more focused on the lower bass frequency (80hz-120hz), the mid and high bass isn't as strong (150hz-500hz), maybe this is the mid bass/low mid suckout? I'm not sure, but it's hardly noticeable, some people were blowing it way out of proportion in my opinion.

 

Midrange: Very good midrange like my 558's, not much to say here, they're not laid back nor forward.. although for my tastes i think they're a little harsh, nothing the EQ won't handle though.

 

Treble: Not much to say here either, pretty flat frequency response. The vocals are not too forward or laid back, i would personally like them to be a little more forward, but that could be my amp and EQ settings too. Oh, when i removed the foam that covers the drivers, the treble did brighten up a little bit, just how i like it. The treble is never harsh or fatiguing. It has really good extension for a closed headphone, i can hear all the way up to 16khz. Nothing really drops off anywhere. 

 

Also, the speed/attack of these headphones (is that a thing?) is moderate. They're not laid back, nor too fun, they're balanced in this regard. Which is great because fun headphones do get fatiguing after a while and laid back gets boring after a while, for me anyways.

 

Overall, the sound is really good and flat. I had a hard time EQ the sound because it's already pretty much perfect (for me), most of the time i just left the EQ on flat. The midrange can get a little "in your face" and fatiguing i found. So now i have a very slight v-shaped EQ in winamp, it suits my preference better. Everybody is different though.

 

I like what some other reviewer wrote a while back. Something along the line of "For the $200 price tag, it's a great all rounder, there are better alternatives for specific genres of music, but the HP100's does pretty much everything well." It's a jack-of-all-trades kinda headphone, although i also think this jack-of-all-trades is also an expert in a few genres like electronic, rock and rap/hip-hop. 

 

I know my average makes the rating 4/5 stars, but i'm going to give these a 4.5/5 stars because most people think these headphones are really comfortable, i must be the odd ball out or something. Plus lets be honest, it's all about the sound, amirite? The sound these produce for $200 is really good. I'm still a little confused about the frequency response chart, i can't find any frequency response graphs on headroom or golden ears. I don't hear the dip in the midrange except for the mid-high bass a little. I actually tried to EQ it flat (looking at the frequency response on the box and then doing the opposite) and it sounded horrible. I think there's some sort of illusion soundmagic is pulling with these, the frequency response is outta wack but the perceived response is actually quite flat with a little emphasis on the lower bass. 

 

Anyways, this is my first review on here, if i missed something or if something doesn't make sense, feel free to let me know! I wanted to write this before a start doing anymore mods to these (currently just the foam removed). I'm getting new ear pads to see if that helps with the comfort factor. I also might try some damping in the back of the ear cup. I don't modify because i'm not happy with the sound, it's just the potential is all, there might be potential, every headphone can be improved with some mods, in my opinion.

 

 

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