Think about it, you're wondering about these tricks - they're MONITOR tricks, for professionals. Do you rush on them so keep in mind that you may not listen with the right ears simply.
Did not have such high hopes for these tricks but, of course, I had read reviews and had some preconceived sentences because of. the. Do not say I'm a professional in any way, but a hardworking hobby musician is the closest one comes.
Well, a couple of good kids needed to be able to mix properly and not disturb the others in the family. The goal was to find fools who did not look good at the sound in any way without delivering a straight and honest, transparent sound without lifting up here or there, and with excellent detail - and that was exactly what I got.
Have not "recorded" the tricks yet, but I do not usually hear the greatest difference, so I'm quite pleased with the ones that are.
Featuring the right material (ie, uncompressed mp3 ores), the naps deliver a clear and balanced sound and they make the work a lot easier for me when I'm sitting and building songs.
I compare with my AKG which is good much worse in every way, and my B & W P7, which, however, is hi-fooling. The P7 sounds more fluffy and more accomplished, and they will do, they sound "better" in my ears - but I do not get the same balance and detail in the sound as in these. Here it is clear and clean throughout the register, and for me who are 40+ they are as good as my ears are able to appreciate.
For the money I gave they are incredibly affordable and a couple of real reference handsets.
They are very good, a gentle pressure even around the ear, without being stressful. No problem to sit with them in 4-8 hours in a row. They are not particularly hot either thanks to the materials of the sleeves.
Recommend these warmly to the one who sits like me and make music on the hobby to the semi-pro level. However, you who expect your hi-fi should look further, that's not the thing here.