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Eagletone Original First 1st

Studio headphone from Eagletone

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Subject42Subject42

Very good

Eagletone Original First 1stPublished on 07/08/14 at 12:38
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Price too low, it would be crazy not to buy!

Used to listen to catch live sound, studio, mastering a few times as a traditional headphone ...
Lightweight and comfortable, there is no gene for long sessions, and will almost forgotten on the ears.
Jack cable, long and thick, however, suffers from a problem: part of the cable is twisted, practice for more length if needed, but the cable is not flexible esses, so that it is up with a cable that pulls when it should extend a minimum ...
Bone points despite all the gold and plated 6mm jack plug screws onto the 3.5 mm, which avoids losing.

a classic but effective design, the headphones provided a solid feel and finished product....…
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Price too low, it would be crazy not to buy!

Used to listen to catch live sound, studio, mastering a few times as a traditional headphone ...
Lightweight and comfortable, there is no gene for long sessions, and will almost forgotten on the ears.
Jack cable, long and thick, however, suffers from a problem: part of the cable is twisted, practice for more length if needed, but the cable is not flexible esses, so that it is up with a cable that pulls when it should extend a minimum ...
Bone points despite all the gold and plated 6mm jack plug screws onto the 3.5 mm, which avoids losing.

a classic but effective design, the headphones provided a solid feel and finished product. With its metal / plastic and leather finishing, the headphone is very nice level design.
The cable is unfortunately not detachable.

For performance over time, the sound is not degraded, hinges, headsets and all sensitive areas are always operational.

Meanwhile, we must know for what purpose you want to use.
For a classic watch on computer, phone or tablet, the headphone does not suit all styles of music. With those big headsets, headphones require more power, and will therefore be less effective phone. On a formidable neutrality, powerful bass buffs will be disappointed speeds ...
For use in studio, live and mastering it is another thing: the headset is very neutral, which will be a net benefit to mastering. With its decision 6mm provided, it may be connected to conventional audio interfaces.
A bit too much treble, however, that sounds a little too metal my taste. RAS for the rest, the headphone is a good sound design.
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LiiftyLiifty

Nice .. but no more

Eagletone Original First 1stPublished on 01/04/13 at 04:55
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I use it for about 3 months

It is true that I had tried many other models, but this one was offered to me with a subscription to a magazine so .. ^ ^

The feature I like most is its isolation, there is no annoying outside noise while listening (to avoid using if you cross the road) The sound is really good, although the bass is may be a little too present in my opinion but good.
on the other hand, it is quite heavy, so after a while it feels really weighed on the head which hinders comfortableness. It is impressive, which does not object transportable anywhere and easily.

I saw it at 40 € and dust in some stores, I think level quality / price is good .. but if you look closely...…
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I use it for about 3 months

It is true that I had tried many other models, but this one was offered to me with a subscription to a magazine so .. ^ ^

The feature I like most is its isolation, there is no annoying outside noise while listening (to avoid using if you cross the road) The sound is really good, although the bass is may be a little too present in my opinion but good.
on the other hand, it is quite heavy, so after a while it feels really weighed on the head which hinders comfortableness. It is impressive, which does not object transportable anywhere and easily.

I saw it at 40 € and dust in some stores, I think level quality / price is good .. but if you look closely you should be able to find more valuable products for the same price.
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fabamariefabamarie

disappointed, not very accurate headphones

Eagletone Original First 1stPublished on 04/06/11 at 07:07
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I have in fact the 5th which is not referenced
I read a good review from a magazine and did not have much on and need to check what my mixes through headphones (because baby is asleep) of the 3 models, 1st, 3rd and 5th, the 5th was the Top Rated

pretty disappointed, it's a headphone at 50 euros, no great surprise, a bump in the treble which gives a lot of air and a feeling of space and impossible to distinguish the bass. to the mix, go your way. I used to record

he is promo for its output to 50 euros from woodbrass

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  • Manufacturer: Eagletone
  • Model: Original First 1st
  • Category: Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 01/03/2011

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