Quick Review ~ Hyundai 9200 Headphones

So my pair of Sony headphones broke(one of the speakers snapped off and super glue was not able to reattach it reliably), and being on a budget, I wanted to get the best bang for my buck for my next pair of headphones. I was searching eBay for a cheap deal and ran across these headphones for $50. I decided to take a gamble, but after using them for the last month, I would say that they are definitely worth the price!

They have larger 57mm driver and produce a great even sound. The highs are crisp, the lows are deep and rumble your head, and the mids, are well defined. The Cord is nice and long, and even has a springy part which helps to keep the cord untangled, even if your like me and don’t bother to tie cables up. Ever. The Construction of the frame is very secure, although you can rotate the headphones in (as pictured below), it does feel a bit sketch to do so. I see no reason to store them in this way, so it is not a problem for me.

With regards to bass, the best part about these headphones is that they don’t have any stupid bass enhancing at all. Yes, all the bass is there, and so when playing a song off a computer that is mixed flat, the song comes out flat through the headphones. You know, LIKE IT SHOULD! Don’t get me wrong, there is still a lot punch in these headphones, you just have to turn up the bass with your EQ on whatever your playing it with if you are super crazy about bass or have lost most of your hearing.

The pads on the headphones are also very comfortable, although if you have larger ears like me, then you will find that they do not wrap all the way around. They still have a great seal and even provide some passive noise cancellation.

Overall I am very happy with these headphones and they get my approval!

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