Sony MDR1AM2 Wired High Resolution Audio Overhead Headphones, high quality new arrival Black (MDR-1AM2/B) outlet sale

Sony MDR1AM2 Wired High Resolution Audio Overhead Headphones, high quality new arrival Black (MDR-1AM2/B) outlet sale

Sony MDR1AM2 Wired High Resolution Audio Overhead Headphones, high quality new arrival Black (MDR-1AM2/B) outlet sale
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Sony
Color
Black
Connectivity Technology
Wired
Model Name
MDR1AM2/B
Form Factor
Over Ear


Sony MDR1AM2 Wired High Resolution Audio Overhead Headphones

Sony MDR1AM2 Wired Headphones

Enjoy the subtlest nuances of studio-quality sound in higher than CD quality with High-Resolution Audio. Passion for music unites every component from signal to speaker so it feels like the artist is performing right in front of you. The precision sound and full-spectrum clarity of the MDR-1AM2 headphones capture the hearts of music lovers everywhere. And with a lightweight design and soft cushioned earpads, you can listen for hours in total comfort.

Enjoy clear, lively sound across all frequencies from 1.57" HD drivers. Hear deep lows and euphoric highs with a full-range response from 3 Hz to 100 kHz.

Our newly developed 1.57" lightweight HD driver with an aluminum-coated liquid crystal polymer (LCP) diaphragm delivers clear, lively sound, especially on mid to high tones—perfect for vocal-focused styles—and a smooth, precise response across the entire frequency range.

Pressure-relieving earpads

Listen comfortably for hours thanks to soft cushioned synthetic leather earpads. The closed-back design minimizes any sound loss.

Ultra-lightweight

A new lightweight frame relieves pressure for longer listening in comfort, while premium build materials ensure long-lasting durability.

Features & details

Features

  • High-resolution Audio compatible
  • Responsive liquid crystal polymer driver for clarity
  • Smartphone compatible with in-line remote mic.Cord Length:47-1/4 inch
  • Heavyweight bass with beat response control
  • Swivel ear cups for portability.In the box: Carrying Pouch, Headphone cable (inline remote and microphone) (approx. 3.94 ft), Balanced-connection headphone cable (approx. 3.94 ft).Connectivity technology : Wired.Frequency Response - 3 Hz –100,000 Hz , Impedance - 16 ohm

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Q: A yo, I got a big mfn head, these jawns gonna fit?

A: yeah you good cuh, they pretty universal wit the size

Amazon Customer | 8 months ago

Q: Can I hear an improvement in sound quality by using the balanced audio cable? I was asking…

A: There will be no improvement, just use the 3.5mm cable. In this case, an adaptor also won''…

Ken Balbari | 2 weeks ago

Q: I have the older version of 1A so are these worth the upgrade for SQ, comfort-wise...etc? …

A: They are only a slight revision over the first gen. With slightly toned down bass and a sl…

Hokashin | 2 years ago

Q: Does the balanced cable have a standard 2.5mm jack or is this a proprietary jack. would li…

A: Hi DAW, These headphones have a standard 3.5mm jack. Check here for other details: http://…

Manufacturer Sony U. | 3 years ago

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Whiskey Tango
5.0 out of 5 stars
MDR-1AM2 - 4.5*-s, entry audiophile cans
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2018
2018 Sony MDR-1AM2 wired headset The MDR-1AM2 is an entry level, dynamic, closed-back, ''audiophile'' headset. It''s a significant leap forward from the Sony MDR-1A (which I briefly demo-ed in a showroom and was left unimpressed).... See more
2018 Sony MDR-1AM2 wired headset

The MDR-1AM2 is an entry level, dynamic, closed-back, ''audiophile'' headset.

It''s a significant leap forward from the Sony MDR-1A (which I briefly demo-ed in a showroom and was left unimpressed).

Ultra-lightweight (6.6oz), yet not obviously cheaply fragile, despite so many plastic shell components. Not highly travel-rugged, either (all plastic bridge and cup hinges are worrisome things that merit a two-year warranty, rather than Sony''s standard one-year).

Each 40mm, aluminum coated, liquid crystal polymer diaphram driver can reproduce the 3Hz-100kHz frequency range, with balanced overall clarity. (Normal human hearing is 20Hz-20kHz, with most people''s real hearing not as wide as that.)

Five co-centric Fibonacci-spirals form the pattern for the grills that protect these exotic, low mass drivers, supposedly without any sonic absorption/resonance issues that might dampen or color driver output. I''ll take Sony''s word on that.

Synthetic leather covered memory foam cup pads are super soft over the ears. The skinned ends of these pads fully extend around the *exterior* of each cup (almost all the way back to the hinges), rather than tightly slipping into the outer side edges of the cups, closer to the ears. I predict greater than average abrasion wear-and-tear, in this wrap-around region, as a result of that peculiar design choice. During handling, you will almost always be touching this area with your fingers and the thin wrap-around skin parts will also make contact with the inside of the headset bag that Sony provides. I''ve replaced enough Sony ear pads, over the decades, to be able to make this prediction.

''Balanced'' 4.4mm (audiophile) and generic, common-negative 3.5mm silver-coated, oxygen-free plugable cables come out-of-the-box. Each cable is 47-1/4in. The 3.5mm cable has an in-line microphone for hands-free smartphone use. (I made all of my tests using the 3.5mm cable.)

Other specs: 16 ohm impedance, 98dB/mW sensitivity.

The sonic resolution of the 1AM2 far overmatches most smartphones. It''s perfectly suited for listening to lossless, extreme HiRes 192kHz/24-bit FLAC, DSD-DFF, WAV audio sources.

Why the extreme frequency response for headphones, far beyond the range of acute human hearing?

Think advanced DSP processing of soundfields, where *constructive/destructive interference* of frequencies, beyond the range of normal human hearing, have *humanly audible net effects* (20Hz-20kHz) directly outside your ears. Think super-resonances and positional psychoacoustics.

Or, think audiophile headphones for dogs. Extreme high frequencies for the woof-woofers.

I A/B compared the MDR-1AM2 with my workhorse Sony MDR-V7, a personal favorite from my former studio/performance recording/mixing days.

The V7 is famous for having a very flat frequency response, with only a mild low-bass emphasis, that adds no coloring/artifacts when setting up for performance and/or recording and monitoring.

The closed ear cups on the 1AM2 and V7 are single piece enclosures, with no float between the smaller, hinged cap piece and the larger ear/driver mount piece. I always welcome fewer moving parts in an headset. Fewer things to rattle/break over time. There is slightly more exterior sound bleed emanating from the closed backs of the 1AM2 than the V7.

The closed cup V7 has 50mm evaporated sapphire drivers (which cannot be seen when looking through the mesh covering), a radially symmetric grill geometry, neodymium magnets, oxygen-free copper wire, 24 ohms impedance, 107dB sensitivity, reasonably flat 10Hz-20kHz frequency response, with a slight bass emphasis. It weighs ~11oz or so.

In the workflow of capturing and dialing in a final master mix, in studio (or in the wild outdoors), the V7 firmly supports accurate and detailed capture/mixing/balance of specific instruments during dense, complex musical passages. The V7 really helps with optimizing mic placements. I''d then spend hours switching between open air studio listening on Meyer Labs monitors and the V7, to EQ for a CD master and a vinyl master (greater tonal warmth and wider frequency response). I''ve replaced the V7 ear pads 4 or 5 times over decades of use, along with careful storage.

I prefer the steel headband, metal hinges and fold-in cups of the V7 over the all-plastic headband/hinges and fold-flat cups of the 1AM2. (Fold-flat cup drivers are best protected against accidental puncture/damage by an hardcase, not a soft bag.) The V7''s heavy duty coiled cord is hardwired 1/8in with a screw-on 1/4in TRS adapter. These are all important considerations for daily production and/or field use of headsets.

Once upon a time, I had very acute hearing, 15Hz-20kHz. I''ve done as much as humanly possible to take good care of my ears. At this point, my hearing is nominally ~15Hz(<-3dB)-15.3kHz, which is still considered ''excellent.'' My frequency sensitivity is fairly flat, up to a roll off ~13.5kHz-15.3kHz, with a slight bump between ~5.5kHz-9kHz, and bass roll off from ~30Hz. I mention this because I judged the 1AM2 against the V7 by ear only, not according to a dB meter. You may hear something very different with your ears. (When judging headsets, all that finally matters is what YOU hear.)

At any given gain setting, the MDR-1AM2 is significantly hotter than the MDR-V7. ''Loud enough'' for all day listening on the MDR-V7 is ''too loud'' on the MDR-1AM2, by nearly 3dB for me.

Test Sources (on YouTube)

ULTIMATE HEADPHONE TEST !!! (Wear Headphones)
from HiHACKER

Both headsets pass all distortion/phase/panning tests with flying colors.

MDR-V7: 22Hz-15.3kHz heard during frequency sweep; fairly flat frequency response, slight rise from ~140Hz, bass roll off starting ~30Hz.

binaural test: emphasis on clear voices, rear vectors not very pronounced during the pan, trebles are clear; soundscape is like a medium-reflective recording studio, you can hear it all.

music: mix favors vocals, bass is crisp & very tight (but not clipped), trebles are clear, you can hear it all.

MDR-1AM2: 15Hz-15.3kHz heard during frequency sweep; pronounced rise starting ~ 190Hz, slightly increasing through ~ 150Hz, then holding, until bass roll off starting ~ 30Hz.

binaural test: bass is significantly richer/louder, without submerging vocals/trebles, trebles sparkle a bit (not a bad thing), vocal clarity & timber is the same, rear vectors are more pronounced during the pan, overall soundscape is more open/airy (similar, but not equal, to open can headsets), you can hear it all

music: bass much more pronounced, but the overall mix/soundscape is still well defined and more spacious, you can easily hear it all

The 3D Audio Experience Will Blow Your Mind (Wear Headphones)
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MDR-V7: overhead vectors are clear, side-to-side positional Doppler effects are very clear, rear vectors not as clear, radio playing in car interior sounds exactly right

MDR-1AM2: overhead vectors are very clear, side-to-side positional Doppler effects are very clear and, generally, more open and spacious, rear vectors clearly sound like they are coming from behind, radio playing in car interior sounds like it''s inside a hollow tree trunk (boomy)

Sound Test Dolby ATMOS 7.1 -9.1 4K (UHD)
from xxx micha

MDR-7V: overhead vectors are clear, side-to-side and center/side-forward positional Doppler effects are very clear, rear vectors not always clearly sounding as if from the rear; a balanced, if subdued, ATMOS soundscape

MDR-1AM2: generally very good positional Doppler effects all around, bass and trebles are hotter without burying mids/vocals, rear vectors are more decidedly from the rear; ATMOS soundscape is heavier and yet more spacious/lively

Known Music Sources (my collection)

Even with original recordings of acoustic instruments, made in acoustically deadened studio environments, the 1AM2 elevates natural note decay harmonics almost to the level of an extremely tasteful reverb. This is not distortion of any kind. It''s like vacuuming up the sound from the last moving molecules of instrument and air, for reproduction, in the way that a high-end PZM mic caputures them in the first place.

Even when you can''t hear fingers sliding on strings, using the V7, you can sometimes faintly hear this human artifact of making music, again, in a very tasteful, organic way on the 1AM2.

In these ways, the 1AM2 allows me to rediscover what I long ago captured, from the sonic perspective of the musician(s) who played those notes. This is surprising and pleasurable. Already great recordings sound clearer and more alive on the 1AM2.

Commercially Released Music

The vast majority of commercially released music that I auditioned sounds just fine, if not excellent, on the 1AM2.

For some highly EQ-ed commercial releases, the 1AM2 can over accentuate what someone else has already over-done, probably for less than ideal listening environments and/or lower-end equipment.

In that case, mids and trebles can become glassy and oversharp. If bass ''bottoms out'' in an ugly way, it''s because that distortion was in the mix, not a failure of the 1AM2. Not music I prefer to listen to, but some music I randomly sampled, that sounded more or less ''OK'' (but not necessarily great) on the V7. The 1AM2 will magnify imperfections in source materials.

VERDICT

I like both the MDR-1AM2 and the MDR-V7, but very differently.

For system setup/calibration/tuning and recording/mixing duties, I strongly prefer the uncolored accuracy of the V7. I would never use the 1AM2 for these jobs, because, although you can still hear everything, there are definite colorations and accents that would only complicate production/capture/recording matters.

For general everyday listening, I favor the 1AM2. That''s because you *can* hear everything, when listening to an already delivered/produced soundscape.

The art and science of *just listening* comes together with the 1AM2.

The low frequency emphasis of the 1AM2 colors jazz music closer to what the bass player actually hears within an ensemble (which I don''t mind). The spacious soundscape of the 1AM2 presents mids and trebles with clarity and presence, in the face of that beefed up bass, without resorting to a simplistic ''smiley face'' EQ. (I''m still going to EQ down 190Hz-150Hz a bit when using the 1AM2.)

The extreme wide frequency response of the 1AM2 much more distinctly conveys the rear sound vectors of Dolby ATMOS mixes. A whole lot of constructive and destructive harmonics, happening beyond the range of human hearing, producing vectored sonic cues that accompany whatever we really ''hear'' in the real world, seems to positionally leap out.

As a result, even though they are somewhat pricey (most headsets these days are, for what you actually get), I do recommend the MDR-1AM2 for uncomplicated consumer use. You can hear it all, with extreme presence.
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Devon R
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Absolutely Fantastic
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2019
Incredible headphones. Probably my favorite closed back Headphones ever under $300. Better than the original MDR1A''s, better than the ath-msr7, ath-m40x & m50x, ws1100is, Beyerdynamic dt770, akg k361 & k371, Samson z55, status Audio cb-1, Takstar pro 82, JVC harx700 &... See more
Incredible headphones. Probably my favorite closed back Headphones ever under $300. Better than the original MDR1A''s, better than the ath-msr7, ath-m40x & m50x, ws1100is, Beyerdynamic dt770, akg k361 & k371, Samson z55, status Audio cb-1, Takstar pro 82, JVC harx700 & harx900 and countless others I''ve owned and heard. Better than all. Comfort is amazing and their super light. The only con I can think of is their build quality. I wish they had slightly more metal in their construction but then again they wouldn''t be as light. If you take care of your gear though these will last for a very long time. These are super stylish and sexy looking on top of their cloud like comfort. They come with a nice travel pouch although would have been appreciated if they came with a hard case instead. I purchased one seperately. For sound as I said they are the best I''ve heard under $300 and trust me when I say I''ve heard easily close to 100 if not more different models under $300. Bass is extremely detailed and impactful. Could be slightly faster and decay quicker but none the less it truly is incredible. It doesn''t bleed into the mid-range like the original MDR1A''s did. The mid-range is slightly recessed in the upper mid-range but the lower part is thick, lush and full. Very good. The upper mid-range as I said Is slightly recessed but still maintains nice detail and natural timber to it that is engaging and enchanting. Never harsh or sibilant. The treble brings nice sparkle the originals lacked severely. Great detail and a sense of air while maintaining some of the smoothest response you could ask for. It''s extremely nice. Soundstage is not very wide or deep at all but brings a rather intimate presentation to it instead. Imaging is quite accurate but not the best In the price range I will say that but still very good. All in all these are the best in my opinion and you should have bought them yesterday.
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Adam
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best sounding and most comfortable. But how durable?
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2019
Let''s start with what I can say for sure: the are the best sounding and most comfortable headphones I''ve ever used, full stop. If you want the best possible sound quality and the most comfort these are the top of the heap. I''m using these with an Xperia 10 and FLAC music,... See more
Let''s start with what I can say for sure: the are the best sounding and most comfortable headphones I''ve ever used, full stop. If you want the best possible sound quality and the most comfort these are the top of the heap. I''m using these with an Xperia 10 and FLAC music, HiRes end to end, and these headphones do the high quality audio justice. I''ve been a music fan all my life and have lived through record, tape, CD, compressed audio, etc and nothing has ever sounded as good as these with HiRes music. These headphones are also extremely comfortable. The pads are a super soft fake leather that is as soft as skin or a flower petal or velvet, it is extremely soft. The head piece is also coated in soft fabric. And the headphones are so light that it is shocking when you first hold them. You can listen to these for hours without fatigue.

Now, let''s get to what only time can clarify: I don''t know how durable these are. As I mentioned they are so light that it is shocking, but that lightness makes them feel cheap. On closer inspection they are made with high quality materials. What feels in places like an all 0lastic body is in fact metal in many places. The metal is simply so thin and light it feels lime plastic. That said coming from a pair of Master & Dynamics these feel very light and brittle. Only time will tell. At first I thought they were cheaply made but like I said over time I''ve realized that they are actually very well made, just with an emphasis on lightness. That said, I know I''ll have those master and dynamics in 10 or even 20 years. How these will fare we can only wait and see.

Ultimately I recommend these highly. My priorities are comfort and sound quality and these do the trick. These don''t have features that reduce quality like Bluetooth or noise cancelation so what you are paying for here is premium audio quality, not xoensive extras that make your music sound worse. These paired with HiRes music and a player are as good as it gets and the first true improvement I''ve heard in audio quality I''ve heard in my adult life.
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John Douglas Powers
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good, but overrated.
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2021
I''ll be comparing these to my experiences with mid-level Sennheiser headphones, which I replaced with the Sony this time because Sennheiser is bad about not supporting their products (which I have grown tired of). I did not get these for noise-cancellation, so I will not be... See more
I''ll be comparing these to my experiences with mid-level Sennheiser headphones, which I replaced with the Sony this time because Sennheiser is bad about not supporting their products (which I have grown tired of). I did not get these for noise-cancellation, so I will not be reviewing based on that (however, they do mask background noise better than my 598s, including the sound of my Cherry MX Brown mechanical keyboard and my CPU fans, if that is a factor for you).

Pros:
- The bass response is exceptional. That''s not necessarily a good thing for ear health, but if bass is important to you, the MDR1AM2s bring it.
- The packaging is impressive, right down to the custom-fitted shrink wrap, but I had to damage the outer sleeve on the box to get it open, so it might make returns problematic.
- The cans swivel flat, making them relatively easy to store and to pack in a laptop bag. They would make excellent headphones for a traveler.
- They are lightweight. I''m not sure how that will bode for long-term durability. I''ll have to get back to you in 5 years.

Cons:
- The over-the-ear design is too tight for my liking. With my Sennheisers (598 SE), I could forget I was wearing them. I can''t with the MDR1AM2s. I find myself frequently adjusting the left can for proper fit. Nipponjin must have small ears compared to Germans.
- The leather-style earpads make my ears sweat.
- Although I expect the frequency response to improve once the drivers break-in, out of the box, the high frequency response is lackluster at best. By comparison with the Sn 598s, they sound more hollow. Note: I do expect this to improve over time, but as to how much it will improve, that has yet to be heard.
- The included headphone jack does not fit correctly with my standard extension cable. I had to nudge the plug out just a bit to get the sound to come through correctly. I''m not sure at this point whether replacing the cable with a different one will alleviate that issue. So far, it hasn''t been a major problem.
- Any movement of the cable will carry through to the cans, interfering with the sound quality. So if you are working at your computer and have to move your head, even a centimeter, you will hear it.

Conclusions:
- They''re good, but I liked my $94.00 (on sale at the time) Sennheiser 598 SEs better (until the OEM earpads wore out and I couldn''t get a comparable replacement because Sennheiser product support leaves something to be desired).
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Luke D.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Wow! A game changer for me
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2020
Wow, that''s all I will say.... ok well I will say a little about these. They are very light, so they can feel a bit cheap in hand. But they are constructed very well whith just all plastic parts but look very amazing and feel well made. Sound is simply stunning, I have... See more
Wow, that''s all I will say.... ok well I will say a little about these. They are very light, so they can feel a bit cheap in hand. But they are constructed very well whith just all plastic parts but look very amazing and feel well made. Sound is simply stunning, I have never listened to music that sounded that clear and balkanced. These do have low deep bass but does not overpower any of the other sounds like it can be hitting a very low sound and yet you can still hear the slightest highs crystal clear. They are truly amazing, and since they are so light they are very comfortable to wear for long periods of time. Ok so I will wrap this up with a ps4 note.... I have very high end 300 dollar gaming headphones that I tested side by side hooked up just to the ps4 controller, playing Call of Duty. And let''s just say it went from playing a war game on the TV to being in the game in the TV. Completely blew my gaming headphones out of the water I am selling them know, no need fir them anymore I will use these for my gaming now and music. You will ve shocked at how fast these respond to explosions and bullets being fired it hits hard and deep punch bass but yet you will hear every shell cassing hit the floor! Sell your expensive gaming headphones and do yourself a huge upgrade to your gaming experience and buy these!!!
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elrobertcharle
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Pronounce bass (not flat but fun), great High, overall nice headphones
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2018
I love it. If you like to feel the bass a little more than normal these headphones are for you because they do not lose in other areas. They are also very lightweight and comfortable on the top of the head and on the ears. You will not go wrong with them in any way.... See more
I love it. If you like to feel the bass a little more than normal these headphones are for you because they do not lose in other areas. They are also very lightweight and comfortable on the top of the head and on the ears. You will not go wrong with them in any way.

The only cons: The cable comes out from behind what makes it rub against the shoulder especially if you turn your head to the left, but you can forgive it because everything else are pros.

Ahhh, Do not think about comparing them with QuietComfort 35, MDR1AM2 is on another level
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Audiophilia
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Three words.... Comfort, Comfort, COMFORT !!!!
Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2019
I own lots of headphones by this is by far the most comfortable to wear headphone of any that I own by a wide margin. It is clear that comfort was the key criteria Sony had when designing this headphone. Even wearing glasses they are super-comfy. Sound is also very good.... See more
I own lots of headphones by this is by far the most comfortable to wear headphone of any that I own by a wide margin. It is clear that comfort was the key criteria Sony had when designing this headphone. Even wearing glasses they are super-comfy. Sound is also very good. Detail is there, bass is sufficient. Treat yourself to a pair and you won''t be sorry. Sony has something very special with this design.
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namco
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Better than I imagined.
Reviewed in the United States on July 2, 2020
I just might by a second pair. Seriously, they are that good.... I have been on a spree of buying headphone for awhile now trying to find a pair that aren''t lacking. Proper bass response without destroying the mids and highs.... and then still having said mids and... See more
I just might by a second pair. Seriously, they are that good.... I have been on a spree of buying headphone for awhile now trying to find a pair that aren''t lacking. Proper bass response without destroying the mids and highs.... and then still having said mids and highs.... these fit the bill! I am blown away at the sound quality. For the money, they compare to headphones that cost twice as much. I had a pair of HifiMan Sundara''s which are about the same price (50 bucks more) and these make the Hifiman headphones seem like a cheap gimmick.... The sound stage exists and yet they are closed back... but when you have media that is spacious (some songs, games, movies) you can feel the size. Its not AS LARGE of a sound space as open back headphones, but its not as tight and "close" as closed back usually are. These are seriously my favorite pair of headphones, ever.... Don''t get me wrong, if I had the money, I would buy the Sennheiser HD800s Reference.... but those are like 1800 bucks.... these are a paltry 300 bucks and sound in my opinion almost as good, but not quite. As I said I have been all over the place headphone wise, beyerdynamics, other sony''s, hifiman, audiotechnica, and these particular sonys put them all to shame....

I have the sound blaster AE-9 with upgraded OP-AMPS (which will soon yet again get updated this time with MUSES instead of burr browns), which I then use the RCA output into my headphone amplifier.... I have used both the sound cards headphone amplifier and my own via RCA, and I prefer the RCA, its more pure, better low end, better mids, and better highs.... I use the Schiit Magni Heresy, yeah the one that is driven by op-amps! The combo is insane. I can''t wait to hear what MUSES do to the sound quality from top to bottom....

I want a second pair of these, so I can leave one at my desk, and have the other for bed. I''m too lazy to simply walk them from A to B over and over again. but they are so good in quality, its kinda worth having another pair....
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Carlos
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excelente sonido y comodidad
Reviewed in Mexico on July 19, 2020
Comodidad Los he usado por periodos largos de reproducción musical (máximo 4.5 horas continuas), y lo normal, de vez en cuando los abres para ventilar, pero solo eso, la comodidad de estos es lo esperado en un producto de este precio, o sea, sí, son cómodos y no cansan....See more
Comodidad Los he usado por periodos largos de reproducción musical (máximo 4.5 horas continuas), y lo normal, de vez en cuando los abres para ventilar, pero solo eso, la comodidad de estos es lo esperado en un producto de este precio, o sea, sí, son cómodos y no cansan. Estética El diseño a pesar de ser sencillo cuenta con la sensación de que se trata de un producto de calidad, nuevamente lo menciono, es lo esperado en un producto de este precio. Conexiones Jack 3.5 y cable balanceado 4.4mm, este último te da un aumento en la calidad y potencia de sonido, eso sí, dependiendo el reproductor de música que se utilice y si este cuenta con salida balanceada, de preferencia de 4.4mm aunque también puedes usar adaptador de 2.5mm para ese tipo de salidas balanceadas. Sonido A ver, voy a ser claro en este punto, ya tocará a los que les encantan las pruebas especificas con medidores de frecuencias o cualquier otra herramienta. Graves Los sonidos graves son suficientes, no son los bajos potentes que algunos mencionan, quizás oídos "audiófilos" tengan un problema con los bajos potentes o con "mucha" presencia y estos audifonos puedan considerarlos como un poco elevados en ese tipo de sonido, pero no se hagan una falsa idea, no es como que el vecino de enfrente está estrenando los nuevos buffers de su automóvil, repito, tiene bajos suficientes para la gente que escucha música con la presencia de este sonido como base de su ritmo (electrónica, rap, R&B, etc...) pero jamás son unos Mega Bass o Extra Bass. Medios Para mí, se sienten con cuerpo, ligeramente robustos, muy bien definidos. Este tipo de sonido me parece que es el que más valoro, la fidelidad en estos medios es muy buena. Agudos Vas a leer en algunas reseñas que en comparación con "x" o "y" audífonos le falta un poco de brillo a este sonido en especifico, así como también leerás que no se ponen de acuerdo en si suenan apagados y sin brillo o si son sibilantes y muy echados para adelante. A ver, estos agudos son los que necesito, me gustan mucho los agudos, no me interesan los sonidos apagados y sin brillo, y con esto tengo el brillo que quiero, y dependiendo del reproductor pueden ser aún más marcados y brillantes. En resumen y para que se entienda, si escuchas la grabación de un alfiler caer al piso lo vas a percibir de forma correcta, el brillo que necesita ese sonido, no va a sonar como que tiraste una corcholata o una goma de borrar. Y sí, pueden haber audífonos que tengan agudos más brillantes, pero no por eso mejores, sino que al gusto de las personas que priman el uso de este tipo de sonido pues serán mejores. Encontrarás opiniones que analizan estos audífonos con detalles técnicos que al final pueden significar mucho o poco según la apreciación de cada usuario. No los voy a comparar con otros audífonos, no tiene sentido, si quieres que suenen igual o similar a otros no tendría sentido comprarte estos o cualquiera. Espero que si alguien está por decidirse esto le haya facilitado su decisión. P.D. No solo son los audífonos, el reproductor de música que se utilice puede tener más peso en la calidad del sonido que los propios audífonos, pero si encuentras un buen reproductor, estos audífonos los vas a apreciar más aún.
Comodidad

Los he usado por periodos largos de reproducción musical (máximo 4.5 horas continuas), y lo normal, de vez en cuando los abres para ventilar, pero solo eso, la comodidad de estos es lo esperado en un producto de este precio, o sea, sí, son cómodos y no cansan.

Estética

El diseño a pesar de ser sencillo cuenta con la sensación de que se trata de un producto de calidad, nuevamente lo menciono, es lo esperado en un producto de este precio.

Conexiones

Jack 3.5 y cable balanceado 4.4mm, este último te da un aumento en la calidad y potencia de sonido, eso sí, dependiendo el reproductor de música que se utilice y si este cuenta con salida balanceada, de preferencia de 4.4mm aunque también puedes usar adaptador de 2.5mm para ese tipo de salidas balanceadas.

Sonido

A ver, voy a ser claro en este punto, ya tocará a los que les encantan las pruebas especificas con medidores de frecuencias o cualquier otra herramienta.

Graves

Los sonidos graves son suficientes, no son los bajos potentes que algunos mencionan, quizás oídos "audiófilos" tengan un problema con los bajos potentes o con "mucha" presencia y estos audifonos puedan considerarlos como un poco elevados en ese tipo de sonido, pero no se hagan una falsa idea, no es como que el vecino de enfrente está estrenando los nuevos buffers de su automóvil, repito, tiene bajos suficientes para la gente que escucha música con la presencia de este sonido como base de su ritmo (electrónica, rap, R&B, etc...) pero jamás son unos Mega Bass o Extra Bass.

Medios

Para mí, se sienten con cuerpo, ligeramente robustos, muy bien definidos. Este tipo de sonido me parece que es el que más valoro, la fidelidad en estos medios es muy buena.

Agudos

Vas a leer en algunas reseñas que en comparación con "x" o "y" audífonos le falta un poco de brillo a este sonido en especifico, así como también leerás que no se ponen de acuerdo en si suenan apagados y sin brillo o si son sibilantes y muy echados para adelante. A ver, estos agudos son los que necesito, me gustan mucho los agudos, no me interesan los sonidos apagados y sin brillo, y con esto tengo el brillo que quiero, y dependiendo del reproductor pueden ser aún más marcados y brillantes. En resumen y para que se entienda, si escuchas la grabación de un alfiler caer al piso lo vas a percibir de forma correcta, el brillo que necesita ese sonido, no va a sonar como que tiraste una corcholata o una goma de borrar. Y sí, pueden haber audífonos que tengan agudos más brillantes, pero no por eso mejores, sino que al gusto de las personas que priman el uso de este tipo de sonido pues serán mejores.

Encontrarás opiniones que analizan estos audífonos con detalles técnicos que al final pueden significar mucho o poco según la apreciación de cada usuario. No los voy a comparar con otros audífonos, no tiene sentido, si quieres que suenen igual o similar a otros no tendría sentido comprarte estos o cualquiera.

Espero que si alguien está por decidirse esto le haya facilitado su decisión.

P.D. No solo son los audífonos, el reproductor de música que se utilice puede tener más peso en la calidad del sonido que los propios audífonos, pero si encuentras un buen reproductor, estos audífonos los vas a apreciar más aún.
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Alejandro D.
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hay mejores opciones
Reviewed in Mexico on February 8, 2020
Primero he probado otros over ear de diferentes marcas y de un precio similar, el Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 over ear, Ath MSR7 y estos. Primero tiene bajos potentes a mi gusto demasiado boomy y descontrolados, Sus medios son debiles y con poco detalle, le falta detalle en...See more
Primero he probado otros over ear de diferentes marcas y de un precio similar, el Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 over ear, Ath MSR7 y estos. Primero tiene bajos potentes a mi gusto demasiado boomy y descontrolados, Sus medios son debiles y con poco detalle, le falta detalle en voces femeninas y en cuanto a los Agudos son descontrolados, sibilante y chillones, el soundstage es como el de los otros que he probado, y la imagen se me hace poco precisa ya que los bajos y los Agudos ensucian la mezcla y los medios. La verdad si es por bajos prefiero los momentum 2.0 over ear, con.bajos más precisos son boomy pero.respeta un poco más la mezcla, mejores medios y unos agudos más relajados, si es por medios y agudos me quedo con.los MSR7, Yo conseguí en oferta en Amazon como en 2900 pesos o unos 140 USD si es por ese precio están aceptables aunque por ese precio también conseguí los MSR7, pero al precio que se encuentran normalmente no lo valen
Primero he probado otros over ear de diferentes marcas y de un precio similar, el Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 over ear, Ath MSR7 y estos.

Primero tiene bajos potentes a mi gusto demasiado boomy y descontrolados, Sus medios son debiles y con poco detalle, le falta detalle en voces femeninas y en cuanto a los Agudos son descontrolados, sibilante y chillones, el soundstage es como el de los otros que he probado, y la imagen se me hace poco precisa ya que los bajos y los Agudos ensucian la mezcla y los medios.

La verdad si es por bajos prefiero los momentum 2.0 over ear, con.bajos más precisos son boomy pero.respeta un poco más la mezcla, mejores medios y unos agudos más relajados, si es por medios y agudos me quedo con.los MSR7,

Yo conseguí en oferta en Amazon como en 2900 pesos o unos 140 USD si es por ese precio están aceptables aunque por ese precio también conseguí los MSR7, pero al precio que se encuentran normalmente no lo valen
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Curtis Lawrence
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sony 1Am2 is amazing
Reviewed in Canada on October 4, 2020
First off lets start with how they fit around your ears. If you have small ears you can position these however you like, but for bigger ears I would try this way instead. When I was looking inside the headphone cushions I saw that they had a bit more space hidden which...See more
First off lets start with how they fit around your ears. If you have small ears you can position these however you like, but for bigger ears I would try this way instead. When I was looking inside the headphone cushions I saw that they had a bit more space hidden which should fit bigger ears because when I tuck in my ears which are small I still have a lot more space inside the headphones pads. Now lets talk sound quality. These headphones have bass ports which I will show where with photos, kind of like a subwoofer or speakers. Do not try to cover them the bass will sound weird because the air flows through them to produce such great bass that these headphones have. When you put on some songs with a lot of bass you will be amazed by the bass these small headphones. If you EQ the bass it will be a bassheads dream with those songs if you set the bass a bit higher. The bass is excellent on these. Now for the midrange (Vocals) I like it a lot especially when I watch videos or want to monitor my voice. For songs the vocals are clear and you will know they are there. These headphones are very fun to listen to. Now for the high range. This is mostly what makes the headphones sound clearer. When I have these on a lower volume I could fall asleep with these on. The high range on a lower volume the headphone has a warm sound signature but when I turn up the volume some of that treble range can break through but instead of being able to sleep with them on they act more excited like most other headphones but much more explosive bass with these. Obviously you should never use headphones on high volume it will seriously damage your hearing. For soundstage, these are closed back headphones first off, so nothing like an open-back heqdphone but some soundstage is there if you really focus and relax, not a whole lot though. I would say the soundstage is there but not wide, it still feels like its near your ear but these headphones primarily should be for listening to music, videos, and perhaps movies not for soundstage and all that but for voices or narrative for documentaries, and for big explosions for that bass. For the build quality these are the lightest headphones that I have bought, I was amazed. You could wear these for hours and you might forget that they are on your head. I would be very afraid for these to fall off my head because of how light weight they are. The build is plastic, some of it is a bit rough feeling. The headband may look flat but actually its just a bit of flexible material with a crease and the rest of it is cushion, and whatever material thats inside the headband is 1mm thick compared to the rest of the soft cushioning it''s very comfortable. The pads itself on the inside is great I don''t remember the material but it''s soft. The adjustment part of the headphone I would think is some sort of metal. For the aux port you will need an auxillary cable with the same locking mechanism as the stock cables. Also, this headphone comes with a 3.5mm to 3.5mm auxillary with a mic attached. The mic on this is fantastic for what it is. This headphone also comes with a soft carrying case and a balanced 3.5mm to 4.4mm auxillary cable which I haven''t tried yet but heard that it makes these headphones sound even better than what they already are without it. They also come in a nice cardboard after you take out the cheap paper box it comes with outside of that cardboard and when you open it the headphones are laying in a nice smooth attached cloth on some plastic material which looks nice to be presented with. Portablity, yes they could be used outside but they are not sweatproof or anything of that sort, I found that the bass ports are sensitive to wind so you will hear the wind when wearing these. I really enjoy using these at home I would buy some iem, wireless earbuds, or earbuds with an ipx rating for outside especially for the summer, not that its okay to wear any headphones in cold weather anyways. These are great, bass way better beyond what the xm3 or xm4 can produce, they say it can do 3hz beyond human hearing which these sound like a mini subwoofer, clean high range, and I love the midrange so far. If you can buy these for $300 Canadian dollars I would do it. I have no idea when Sony will release the MDR 1Am3 or whatever is next for them that is an upgrade to this. All said, try these. I hope you like them, give it time. I''ve had them for a few months and they keep getting better. (Will update if needed.)
First off lets start with how they fit around your ears. If you have small ears you can position these however you like, but for bigger ears I would try this way instead. When I was looking inside the headphone cushions I saw that they had a bit more space hidden which should fit bigger ears because when I tuck in my ears which are small I still have a lot more space inside the headphones pads. Now lets talk sound quality. These headphones have bass ports which I will show where with photos, kind of like a subwoofer or speakers. Do not try to cover them the bass will sound weird because the air flows through them to produce such great bass that these headphones have. When you put on some songs with a lot of bass you will be amazed by the bass these small headphones. If you EQ the bass it will be a bassheads dream with those songs if you set the bass a bit higher. The bass is excellent on these.

Now for the midrange (Vocals) I like it a lot especially when I watch videos or want to monitor my voice. For songs the vocals are clear and you will know they are there. These headphones are very fun to listen to.

Now for the high range. This is mostly what makes the headphones sound clearer. When I have these on a lower volume I could fall asleep with these on. The high range on a lower volume the headphone has a warm sound signature but when I turn up the volume some of that treble range can break through but instead of being able to sleep with them on they act more excited like most other headphones but much more explosive bass with these. Obviously you should never use headphones on high volume it will seriously damage your hearing.

For soundstage, these are closed back headphones first off, so nothing like an open-back heqdphone but some soundstage is there if you really focus and relax, not a whole lot though. I would say the soundstage is there but not wide, it still feels like its near your ear but these headphones primarily should be for listening to music, videos, and perhaps movies not for soundstage and all that but for voices or narrative for documentaries, and for big explosions for that bass.

For the build quality these are the lightest headphones that I have bought, I was amazed. You could wear these for hours and you might forget that they are on your head. I would be very afraid for these to fall off my head because of how light weight they are. The build is plastic, some of it is a bit rough feeling. The headband may look flat but actually its just a bit of flexible material with a crease and the rest of it is cushion, and whatever material thats inside the headband is 1mm thick compared to the rest of the soft cushioning it''s very comfortable. The pads itself on the inside is great I don''t remember the material but it''s soft. The adjustment part of the headphone I would think is some sort of metal. For the aux port you will need an auxillary cable with the same locking mechanism as the stock cables. Also, this headphone comes with a 3.5mm to 3.5mm auxillary with a mic attached. The mic on this is fantastic for what it is. This headphone also comes with a soft carrying case and a balanced 3.5mm to 4.4mm auxillary cable which I haven''t tried yet but heard that it makes these headphones sound even better than what they already are without it. They also come in a nice cardboard after you take out the cheap paper box it comes with outside of that cardboard and when you open it the headphones are laying in a nice smooth attached cloth on some plastic material which looks nice to be presented with.

Portablity, yes they could be used outside but they are not sweatproof or anything of that sort, I found that the bass ports are sensitive to wind so you will hear the wind when wearing these. I really enjoy using these at home I would buy some iem, wireless earbuds, or earbuds with an ipx rating for outside especially for the summer, not that its okay to wear any headphones in cold weather anyways. These are great, bass way better beyond what the xm3 or xm4 can produce, they say it can do 3hz beyond human hearing which these sound like a mini subwoofer, clean high range, and I love the midrange so far. If you can buy these for $300 Canadian dollars I would do it. I have no idea when Sony will release the MDR 1Am3 or whatever is next for them that is an upgrade to this. All said, try these. I hope you like them, give it time. I''ve had them for a few months and they keep getting better. (Will update if needed.)
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Victor Hugo Reyes
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excelentes audífonos.
Reviewed in Mexico on March 23, 2020
Recomiendo ampliamente estos audífonos, suenan súper bien con cualquier tipo de música, pero en especial destacan con rock alternativo, metal y electrónica. Dentro de los aspectos positivos, se encuentra su ligereza y comodidad, los puedes usar durante mucho tiempo, sin que...See more
Recomiendo ampliamente estos audífonos, suenan súper bien con cualquier tipo de música, pero en especial destacan con rock alternativo, metal y electrónica. Dentro de los aspectos positivos, se encuentra su ligereza y comodidad, los puedes usar durante mucho tiempo, sin que sientas molestia alguna; también el hecho de que suenan excelentes tanto con archivos de alta calidad, como con archivos de mediana calidad, lo que los hace bastante versátiles, y que no necesitas amplificador para usarlos, ya que cualquier reproductor de audio portátil o equipo celular tiene la potencia suficiente para alimentarlos. Por lo que respecta a su sonido, suenan dinámicos, con mucha vida, con unos graves y medios excelentes, mientras que los agudos tienen buena presencia sin resultar estridentes, permitiendo que se escuchen todos los detalles de tu música favorita. A manera de comparación con audífonos de rango de precio similar, tengo unos Sennheiser Momentum 2, a los cuales les falta vida y dinamismo, aunado a que no son tan cómodos como los Sony. Los que podrían ser comprables en sonido, serían unos Sennheiser HD 599, pero estos son abiertos, lo que te obliga a usarlos en casa y en ambientes tranquilos. Comparándolos con unos Meze 99 Classics, los Meze suenan un poco mejor (no por mucho) su desventaja es que debido a su diseño, también te obliga a escucharlos en casa, ademas de que son más caros que los Sony. Por otra parte, en comparación con los Sony wh1000xm3, estos suenan con más graves y les falta claridad en los agudos; obviamente la ventaja de los wh1000xm3 es que son Bluetooth, soporta muchos codec de audio digital y tienen cancelación de ruido, lo que los hace bastante prácticos. En conclusión, si lo que buscas es una excelente calidad de audio y comodidad sobre otros aspectos, los mdr1am2 son una muy buena opción, sobre todo si los encuentras en el precio de oferta (aproximadamente $3,500), en el que Amazon acostumbra ponerlos.
Recomiendo ampliamente estos audífonos, suenan súper bien con cualquier tipo de música, pero en especial destacan con rock alternativo, metal y electrónica.

Dentro de los aspectos positivos, se encuentra su ligereza y comodidad, los puedes usar durante mucho tiempo, sin que sientas molestia alguna; también el hecho de que suenan excelentes tanto con archivos de alta calidad, como con archivos de mediana calidad, lo que los hace bastante versátiles, y que no necesitas amplificador para usarlos, ya que cualquier reproductor de audio portátil o equipo celular tiene la potencia suficiente para alimentarlos.

Por lo que respecta a su sonido, suenan dinámicos, con mucha vida, con unos graves y medios excelentes, mientras que los agudos tienen buena presencia sin resultar estridentes, permitiendo que se escuchen todos los detalles de tu música favorita.

A manera de comparación con audífonos de rango de precio similar, tengo unos Sennheiser Momentum 2, a los cuales les falta vida y dinamismo, aunado a que no son tan cómodos como los Sony.

Los que podrían ser comprables en sonido, serían unos Sennheiser HD 599, pero estos son abiertos, lo que te obliga a usarlos en casa y en ambientes tranquilos.

Comparándolos con unos Meze 99 Classics, los Meze suenan un poco mejor (no por mucho) su desventaja es que debido a su diseño, también te obliga a escucharlos en casa, ademas de que son más caros que los Sony.

Por otra parte, en comparación con los Sony wh1000xm3, estos suenan con más graves y les falta claridad en los agudos; obviamente la ventaja de los wh1000xm3 es que son Bluetooth, soporta muchos codec de audio digital y tienen cancelación de ruido, lo que los hace bastante prácticos.

En conclusión, si lo que buscas es una excelente calidad de audio y comodidad sobre otros aspectos, los mdr1am2 son una muy buena opción, sobre todo si los encuentras en el precio de oferta (aproximadamente $3,500), en el que Amazon acostumbra ponerlos.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
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Reviewed in Canada on August 3, 2018
after having these for a few weeks I love them so much that I went out and upgraded my dac with the SABAJ D4 DAC to really get all I could out of these little babies,im not a base head by no means but the base on these sound very punchy and dynamic I''m sure the dac helps...See more
after having these for a few weeks I love them so much that I went out and upgraded my dac with the SABAJ D4 DAC to really get all I could out of these little babies,im not a base head by no means but the base on these sound very punchy and dynamic I''m sure the dac helps for sure.i bought these for about $300 bucks and they blow my audio technica msr7 away and I really like those also.im amazed what sony was able to achieve with such a little headphone.i also own the senn. hd660s open back and for some reason these are still my favourite.
after having these for a few weeks I love them so much that I went out and upgraded my dac with the SABAJ D4 DAC to really get all I could out of these little babies,im not a base head by no means but the base on these sound very punchy and dynamic I''m sure the dac helps for sure.i bought these for about $300 bucks and they blow my audio technica msr7 away and I really like those also.im amazed what sony was able to achieve with such a little headphone.i also own the senn. hd660s open back and for some reason these are still my favourite.
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