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Reloop RHP-5
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Reloop RHP-5

DJ headphone from Reloop belonging to the RHP series.

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" Very good and very balanced ... Finally!"

Reloop RHP-5Published on 05/20/12 at 23:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I been looking for a mid-size headphones in the range of 30 to 60 €. Very hard on her, I was looking for a headphone balanced where no record takes precedence over the other.
It really is this RELOOP RHP5 ... Believe me!

The bass is powerful and neat without being ubiquitous. The medium is clear and well for him. Finally the treble is well detailed and cisellé ... Finally everything we love ... !
The whole is extremely balanced, excellent space. Really a headphone that does its level for me flawless. It's rare enough to be stressed.

Comfort is correct and isolation from the outside rather good. The performance is average (a little below 100db I believe)
Manufacturing looks......
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I been looking for a mid-size headphones in the range of 30 to 60 €. Very hard on her, I was looking for a headphone balanced where no record takes precedence over the other.
It really is this RELOOP RHP5 ... Believe me!

The bass is powerful and neat without being ubiquitous. The medium is clear and well for him. Finally the treble is well detailed and cisellé ... Finally everything we love ... !
The whole is extremely balanced, excellent space. Really a headphone that does its level for me flawless. It's rare enough to be stressed.

Comfort is correct and isolation from the outside rather good. The performance is average (a little below 100db I believe)
Manufacturing looks solid. The matte finish is nice way gum. Several colors are arranged for sale.

Note a somewhat capricious jack that is not always recognized in all media. (This is the case with my GSM TPH. Conversely, there is no problem with my PC or mixer ... This is the only downside of these headphones due perhaps to the connector Jack to 3 rings of contact)
To end on a positive note: A coiled cord and super convenient volume control on cord with micro insert for use with GSM.

In conclusion, for a price of around € 50 to 60, the RELOOP RHP5 is a good alternative to the better-known ones. It offers excellent sound quality with a remarkable balance for many uses.
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  • Manufacturer: Reloop
  • Model: RHP-5
  • Series: RHP
  • Category: DJ headphones
  • Added in our database on: 07/12/2011

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