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moosers's review (HPE-170)
By moosers, 15/05/2009
The Yamaha HPE-170s are a pair of studio headphones designed for monitoring during recording. They have the standard 1/8 inch connector, but has an adaptor that allows you to turn it into a ¼ inch connection. The headphones have a sturdy build and will stay on your head securely and stably. The sound quality of the Yamaha HPE-170 is very good as it has a nice crisp high end presence and also has a good amount of low end response for headphones. While they aren’t suitable for mixing, they are a perfect set of headphones for monitoring and listening during recording and playback. I also often use them for simply listening to music as they sound way better than most headphones out there in this respect. While the price of these headphones has gone down a bit, they still aren’t the cheapest headphones around nor are they the most expensive. They are set at a reasonable price considering that if you treat these headphones properly they will last a good amount of time for you. While they are probably a little bit more expensive than most studio headphones out there, to me the they are worth the extra price because they sound great and have a sturdy built. I know that this is an investment and that they will last me a good amount of time when handled right. Yamaha has been making musical instruments and equipment longer than just about anyone else and they know what they are doing. Their audio and electronic products are always built well and are aimed to last a long time without compromising quality. If you are looking for a set of headphones to use for your home or professional studio, the Yamaha HPE-170 studio headphones are a great choice for monitoring during recording sessions.
moosers's review (RH10MS)
By moosers, 07/02/2010
The Yamaha RH10MS are a high quality pair of studio headphones. In my opinion, these are probably the best headphones that I've used in the studio under the Yamaha name. I've used the headphones for general listening, monitoring, and checking mixes. I can't say that these would be any good for mixing as I personally have a hard time doing any real mixing on headphones, but they are certainly suitable for checking and A/B mixes on. Where they really excel however is for monitoring during recording. For me it is extremely important that I'm able to hear everything going on during recording something as I like to play off of everything going on around me, and the RH10MS provides just that. These headphones are designed to give you a wider and fuller sound than most studio headphones, with a technology that they call 'S-Logic,' and I'd say that they certainly do so. The headphones are also very comfortable to wear, which should be a large consideration if you're using them to monitor during recording as for me it is very important to feel as comfortable as possible, and this means having headphones that fit well. In addition to the stellar sound quality and feel, the Yamaha RH10MS studio headphones are built extremely well and are built to last. Like all Yamaha products, you're getting assurance and reliability as they are the world's leader when it comes to making musical instruments and related gear. They are not only just built well, but they have a pretty cool look for a set of headphones, which are generally not known for their looks. The price of the headphones is pretty reasonable for a well built pair, as they are around $100 USD. I'd recommend checking out a variety of headphones before making your decision, but absolutely do not overlook the Yamaha RH10MS.
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