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  • maunakeamaunakea

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 01/06/08 at 08:00
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    A week of use.
    I have read the previous articles and opinions are highly variable and spend "very good" to "a stew unnamed" ...

    If you need a headphone "HiFi" to listen to your MP3 or listen to your mix console, sound may actually seem bad because it is a "neutral" headphone ...
    That is, it restores all frequencies linearly.
    Traditional headphones will conversely boost certain frequencies to flatter the ear (bass and treble)
    The sound "boardy" is linked to this answer mode.

    I tested other headphones more vocation "DJ" but less monitoring. (See above!)

    I use it for a week and the frequencies are actually well balanced.
    We hear very distinctly different instruments in the m…
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    A week of use.
    I have read the previous articles and opinions are highly variable and spend "very good" to "a stew unnamed" ...

    If you need a headphone "HiFi" to listen to your MP3 or listen to your mix console, sound may actually seem bad because it is a "neutral" headphone ...
    That is, it restores all frequencies linearly.
    Traditional headphones will conversely boost certain frequencies to flatter the ear (bass and treble)
    The sound "boardy" is linked to this answer mode.

    I tested other headphones more vocation "DJ" but less monitoring. (See above!)

    I use it for a week and the frequencies are actually well balanced.
    We hear very distinctly different instruments in the mix (computer music).
    The bass is precise and not drool.
    The headset is comfortable to wear and the neutral restitution does not tire the ears.

    Very good quality / price ratio.
    A remake yes ...
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  • Anonymous

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 02/26/08 at 11:21
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    I just bought it and frankly I'll see if the store can not take it back.

    I did not want to put high and well ... I have my money. I bought it because I thought it would be enough work for my evening piano without piss the world and I am not a follower of labor headphone because sometimes it's tiring.

    the sound is dull, rough, bass are reinforced downright crappy. it is exhausting !!

    Briefly, I will add more dosh and buy something else.
  • MuzikadonfMuzikadonf

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 07/24/09 at 13:10
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    How long have you use it?
    6 months
    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    it is aesthetic and balanced it does not hurt the head.
    - It's good for listening but not for mixing.

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    yes, but time moving this price range

    How do you report qualitprix?
    If average pay 59 AKG more efficient models in these prices

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window
    having pay almost 60, no! c'tait too expensive.
    30 is AGood listening to headphones for DJs or for TV.
  • picvertpicvert

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 04/20/07 at 15:13
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    Used for a week (available with an order from a vendor)

    Compared to a 25 Sennheiser HD, nothing to see. These headphones sound muffled and lack of acute deterioration of dynamic mediums (voix!!), So the comparison does not take a headphone with three and a half times more expensive in terms of reference and monitoring.

    Otherwise, quite comfortable. Headsets broad surrounding the ears completely, unlike the HD25 which is based on the ears (hence physical fatigue quickly, it supports diverse too). So there, no problem. Released a little over the ears still gives the impression of not being secured, while if.

    Adjustable waist, 4m cable with mini jack with volume control on the cable. …
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    Used for a week (available with an order from a vendor)

    Compared to a 25 Sennheiser HD, nothing to see. These headphones sound muffled and lack of acute deterioration of dynamic mediums (voix!!), So the comparison does not take a headphone with three and a half times more expensive in terms of reference and monitoring.

    Otherwise, quite comfortable. Headsets broad surrounding the ears completely, unlike the HD25 which is based on the ears (hence physical fatigue quickly, it supports diverse too). So there, no problem. Released a little over the ears still gives the impression of not being secured, while if.

    Adjustable waist, 4m cable with mini jack with volume control on the cable. I would have preferred a 6.35 jack, but hey, it's the same with the HD 25. The adapter mini jack to 6.35 is provided.

    Value for money, better than a Sennheiser HD 60 TV sold a little cheaper a few years ago (not the top sennheiser for that matter).
    So not too bad the prodipe, but made for listening to music without being too demanding, and for a long time because no headphone tiring. But not a professional monitoring headphones in the words of the box or the pub.

    If free with an order, no worries, I start this choice, it's always a headphone when more enrgistre to many.

    in short

    PROPERTY:
    - Stay away from others when making noise
    - Comfort
    - The length of the cable with the remote control for volume
    - And that's it. Ben and 3 points

    NOT WELL:
    - The deaf, lack of dynamics, not acute, medium deteriorated. No monitoring headphones. Just a headset for listening to music.
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  • lesebseblesebseb

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 05/11/07 at 14:23
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    This headphone is a no name crap. even for the simple cost (do not even consider monitor) is dsagrable. is the sound card stock, rough mdiums, low drool. Previous notices concdent comfort him, not even myself, I find it hard. for 39 euros, it's a scam. Instead, take a orillette laptop.
  • YsloYslo

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 08/10/07 at 18:27
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    User since: 4 months

    Usage: check back for headphones

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Assets:
    Physical comfort ... for the price
    Practical, high quality: the volume knob

    Cons:
    The sound is "draft"
    Fragile! I had doubts about the life and ll just let me go when he was t MALTRAS more than my other headphones.

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    I: Sennheiser HD-200 x 2, AKG K 240 Studio, AKG K 240 Monitor and a small Philips hifi.
    This is by far the worst of my "collection" sound "ptquot; is the headphone that had the shortest life span (although the HD-200 is fragile! !)

    How do you report qualitprix?
    Bad

    Exprience with, …
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    User since: 4 months

    Usage: check back for headphones

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Assets:
    Physical comfort ... for the price
    Practical, high quality: the volume knob

    Cons:
    The sound is "draft"
    Fragile! I had doubts about the life and ll just let me go when he was t MALTRAS more than my other headphones.

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    I: Sennheiser HD-200 x 2, AKG K 240 Studio, AKG K 240 Monitor and a small Philips hifi.
    This is by far the worst of my "collection" sound "ptquot; is the headphone that had the shortest life span (although the HD-200 is fragile! !)

    How do you report qualitprix?
    Bad

    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...
    I think you understand my point of view, would do No I do not have that choice.
    I wanted an extra headphone back not too expensive ... rat is
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  • Anonymous

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 09/27/07 at 11:46
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    How long: 45 minutes no more!

    the +: shape, price (but I know why!) it is rather nice!
    the -: sound, I'm not pro but I have a sony for my mp3 which is far better I think the only thing in this pro headphone is the name!

    ben j'coutrai exprience with my my friends!
    really avoid a headphone!
  • Anonymous

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 01/22/08 at 19:36
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    One hour of use
    it seems fragile, not catching design, its very pasty and dull compared to my monitoring headphones sony hd 7509 (it has nothing to see its impeccable to the last)

    I tried a lot of models ... I mix (dj) with a dedicated headphone sony, and I have two dedicated monitoring headphones sony .. one of which is the inverse of prodipe (too high)

    very bad report, I was oferta
  • Jordain2000Jordain2000

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 03/05/08 at 14:12
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    - How long have you use it?

    I reu today, I did cost only a few minutes, but frankly, facing a single AKG K-44 to even it does not measure up ... rating while 15 more!

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Likes: physical comfort, the cushions are enjoyable, the headphone does not seem tedious (unlike K-44 which crushes the ears after a few minutes). The volume wheel ... even if it's more a gimmick than anything else even when it is convenient.

    I do not like: shit design, construction that is a little fake, especially the sound card! No acute, just big bass that drowned the whole mix ... The image is super stro flat, really bad return. Means nothing.

    - Have…
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    - How long have you use it?

    I reu today, I did cost only a few minutes, but frankly, facing a single AKG K-44 to even it does not measure up ... rating while 15 more!

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Likes: physical comfort, the cushions are enjoyable, the headphone does not seem tedious (unlike K-44 which crushes the ears after a few minutes). The volume wheel ... even if it's more a gimmick than anything else even when it is convenient.

    I do not like: shit design, construction that is a little fake, especially the sound card! No acute, just big bass that drowned the whole mix ... The image is super stro flat, really bad return. Means nothing.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    No, not really, I've never tried good headphones, just low-end 30/40, kind of AKG K-44 as I said above, or RP-F295 Technics home, etc ... The Pro 550 is by far the worst, and yet others are far from being headphones lites.

    - How do you report qualitprix?

    Carrment sucks! The headphone is only good as a return to record.

    - With the exprience, this choice would you do?

    Although sr not, must not DCON! Fortunately, I did not pay since the store offered me with my order, but if I did I would have returned directly. I will really deprecated, especially considering the price it sells o, there are very, very best.

    Go, a small 2 / 10, because he must make a note ... If ever in retrospect I realized it's not so rotten that has j'diterai. But hey, a priori Relva a miracle ^ ^!
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  • metal_symphometal_sympho

    Prodipe Pro 550Published on 05/23/08 at 09:42
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    I just got it.
    The pros: comfortable, j'apprcie the small suitcase to the volume rgler means well each instrument (I dtails Discoveries some small pieces that I have a Cost 50fois! So each party dlimite well.)
    The -: I think there are too low, the sound is muffled, the voices come out wrong, they are Touf, as if the singers / (singers) had a cushion or a wall in front of them .. .
    (But hey if you like the "boom boom" why not!)
    The report price is not great quality, but I do not know if the prices we can find something really better ...
    No I will not repeat that choice, I will report it to the store and invest a little more money. (Too bad!)
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