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  • yoTrakkzyoTrakkz

    Nice sounding phones

    Technics RP-F600E-SPublished on 02/23/12 at 12:20
    The Technics RP F600’s 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 RP F600’s are 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…
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    The Technics RP F600’s 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 RP F600’s are 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. Technics 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 RP F600’s studio headphones are a great choice for monitoring during recording sessions. These are worth every penny they cost.

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  • azaanazaan

    Technics RP-F600E-SPublished on 11/21/11 at 03:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Like the previous ones, good sound and good return no worries. Big major point: this headphone is not strong for a penny! APRS several transports, at the junction headphones pte and then at the slip bands. Except to the gaffer (and still is a one time) that s not a travel headphone! Exprience the same twice.
  • chimpanzéantarctikchimpanzéantarctik

    Technics RP-F600E-SPublished on 01/16/08 at 00:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -How long have you use it?

    Very soon in fact: I received two days ago ...

    -What is so special that you like most and least?

    I found it amazing that in this price range (just under € 60 including delivery), a closed headphone can be as comfortable and make it sound as good ...
    Warning against by it faithfully reproduces very very very sound: So, if you want to ban headphones to listen to your MP3 player on the street. It will focus on all preprod defects and / or compression.
    Finally, if you need a headphone to the production (mix etc) and you're slammed into the computer and sound card (like me, what ^ ^), this product will amaze you with its overall level .. .
    Otherwise, the…
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    -How long have you use it?

    Very soon in fact: I received two days ago ...

    -What is so special that you like most and least?

    I found it amazing that in this price range (just under € 60 including delivery), a closed headphone can be as comfortable and make it sound as good ...
    Warning against by it faithfully reproduces very very very sound: So, if you want to ban headphones to listen to your MP3 player on the street. It will focus on all preprod defects and / or compression.
    Finally, if you need a headphone to the production (mix etc) and you're slammed into the computer and sound card (like me, what ^ ^), this product will amaze you with its overall level .. .
    Otherwise, the only downside that will affect my note: the cable is very long (3 meters) and very late ... I would see maybe a few times if it is possible to change it, just to have less signal loss and therefore: better sound returned!

    -Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    No, only a few, but without much conviction in this price range ...
    In fact this model I was advised by a friend. I tried his config output from my MacBook / Interface, and compared with my old config and antediluvian Pentium4 / integrated sound card, and the difference is striking!
    At least I know that if what I do sounds bad to the headphone, here will sound bad at all. So if it sounds deadly ... which is quite reassuring ...
    So, who can not afford to pay me some great monitoring speakers (for now it's stereo) or headphones at € 200, I jumped at the chance and I can rework the mix without problem to identify defects that were hidden in direct broadcast ... ^ ^

    -How do you price / quality ratio? / With experience, you do again this choice?

    In two words ...? FATAL / YES

    ^ ^
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  • MaEstr0MaEstr0

    Technics RP-F600E-SPublished on 02/20/08 at 10:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's been about six months is that I use headphones. I use it for my scratch and the COST
    I chose it because technics is a label qualitbr /> Before I used this headphone a headphone UMX. (The American equivalent of one model gemini) and headphone t trs poor quality comparing it to this
    The report price is unbeatable quality
    The only negative is that the headphone rotates in one direction
  • fqycefqyce

    Technics RP-F600E-SPublished on 06/02/08 at 09:15
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    - Purchase "compulsive" at Fnac yesterday, I wanted a little for my Koss Popode, and I began to think of a sudden my neighbor who yelled because of the bass of "drum and bass" ... I saw that this small-ska at € 60 and I bought it, shall we say, because y'avais Technics marked above (between Bose, Sony, AKG 150 or € 230)

    - Impedance: 56 Ohms
    - Sensitivity: 100dB/mW
    - Power: 1500mW IEC
    - Rep. in freq. : 10Hz - 27kHz
    - Weight: 250g with cable (3m!)
    - Comes with an adapter MJack-Jack, gold plated please
    - All for € 60! A LA FNAC (deemed ultra expensive, and still expensive compared to the price at which one can find this headphone on the net)

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    - Purchase "compulsive" at Fnac yesterday, I wanted a little for my Koss Popode, and I began to think of a sudden my neighbor who yelled because of the bass of "drum and bass" ... I saw that this small-ska at € 60 and I bought it, shall we say, because y'avais Technics marked above (between Bose, Sony, AKG 150 or € 230)

    - Impedance: 56 Ohms
    - Sensitivity: 100dB/mW
    - Power: 1500mW IEC
    - Rep. in freq. : 10Hz - 27kHz
    - Weight: 250g with cable (3m!)
    - Comes with an adapter MJack-Jack, gold plated please
    - All for € 60! A LA FNAC (deemed ultra expensive, and still expensive compared to the price at which one can find this headphone on the net)

    - What I love above all (with bass) comfort. Each earpiece is 5cm in diameter, the foam just touches the lobes of the ear: I mixed all night, it's not bad, it is good, it's perfect.
    The sound is clean, not a bass does not sound stronger than the other, he never rings. The highs are clear and everything is well balanced. I think it is really a compromise between the monitor and stereo (though the two did well, instead of neither).
    And then the first box it says it's "Pro Series Monitor" then ... ^ ^

    - I had several open headphones, which on February 1 Koss, a Sony: and that is the input difference, we feel that it will not end up in scrap electronic music like the others. Oh yeah: a headphone is fragile ...

    - One day / one night is not enough to judge, I would have to complete to say whether this choice I would do (or not), but once I have broken!

    For now we will say YES! For € 60 is seriously awesome (ca catches abuse practiced at the price of Platoche, a little). Technics worse on your headphone in the tro-mech not laugh! Mouhahaha ignorant!

    EDIT 2 June 08: still broken, fits perfectly, it can keep whole afternoons on the ears is a real pleasure ... How this headphone could he go out and make as little noise? Technics would swing a little bit of advertising I think ...
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  • Anonymous

    Technics RP-F600E-SPublished on 07/07/08 at 05:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - How long have you use it?
    a month or two.

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    Powerful, round, not aggressive, although Submitted everywhere, comfortable, not tiring to use.
    His curve is rponse trs neutral balance and my rather identical monitors.
    Semi-closed headphones I think. It is quite isolated from the ambient noise but not complete.
    IDAL is the compromise for me.
    If we find a default, the cable is a bit too long, the home of Jack and attaches prs is rgl! I read below that it is too late: Not when compared to my Sennheiser spaghetti!

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    I was looking for a headphone under 100 euros. Sony, Sennh…
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    - How long have you use it?
    a month or two.

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    Powerful, round, not aggressive, although Submitted everywhere, comfortable, not tiring to use.
    His curve is rponse trs neutral balance and my rather identical monitors.
    Semi-closed headphones I think. It is quite isolated from the ambient noise but not complete.
    IDAL is the compromise for me.
    If we find a default, the cable is a bit too long, the home of Jack and attaches prs is rgl! I read below that it is too late: Not when compared to my Sennheiser spaghetti!

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    I was looking for a headphone under 100 euros. Sony, Sennheiser, both far derrire trs.
    At the first will cost you, the j'tais c * l!
    I compared more carefully then rponse severe acute medium. It confirmed my feeling Premire.

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    69 euros if I remember correctly. Arriving home, I found two times cheaper on the web (34 euros)! I do not hsit. Ms. twice, it's a good deal trs.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
    Assurment, if I could find it. It is not sold in many music stores. Maybe because it would break the march of AKG and co. In any case, the multi-specialist in (fn c *, B * changer, ..) did not err by keeping their catalog.
    10/10 without hsiter.
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  • zitaczitac

    Technics RP-F600E-SPublished on 12/24/08 at 07:47
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    Ais I had today (my Christmas present ) But I spent a few hours to try ...
    Before I had a headphone Roland € 10 and there is no photo, and that 1000 times better! I also try other headphones 40 to € 60 in this price range is the best (I should say that my opinion and totally subjective).
    It is super comfortable, even with glasses, he is not pressing on the ear like some headphones do.
    After the level, hearing all the details of music so do not take this headset if you listen to the mp3 64 kbps.
    Value for money: very good.
    I recommend it to anyone who wants a quality headset without spending a fortune.
  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Technics RP-F600E-SPublished on 12/03/08 at 07:36
    (Originally written by Andrichel/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    These headphones surprised me especially considering I had always been disappointed by this brand. Very pure and authentic sound. The response is very accurate (I can hear things I couldn't before) and not aggressive. The mid and high frequency ranges are perfect. The low frequency range sounds very round, deep and accurate. It is very pleasant but a bit too loud. The stereo imaging is bit too narrow. Both last points are the reason I give them 7/10 and why I recommend them for modern pop music rather than jazz or classical music (although considering its value for money, it's also a good choice for these music styl…
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    (Originally written by Andrichel/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    These headphones surprised me especially considering I had always been disappointed by this brand. Very pure and authentic sound. The response is very accurate (I can hear things I couldn't before) and not aggressive. The mid and high frequency ranges are perfect. The low frequency range sounds very round, deep and accurate. It is very pleasant but a bit too loud. The stereo imaging is bit too narrow. Both last points are the reason I give them 7/10 and why I recommend them for modern pop music rather than jazz or classical music (although considering its value for money, it's also a good choice for these music styles). These headphones allowed me to hear (for the first time ever) the difference between a compressed audio format and a "lossless" format. In short, these headphones don't lie: they sound good with good recordings and bad with bad recordings! MP3 fans should watch out for them!

    - How long have you been using it?

    One day, but I spent the whole day testing them!

    - Which feature do you like the most / the least?

    Pros: accurate response. Cons: lows are a bit overemphasized.

    - Did you try any other models before buying it?

    I had planned to buy the Koss UR-40 because of the good reviews in the press. But they disappointed me and I chose these instead.

    - How would you rate its value for money?

    Very good

    - Based on your experience, would you buy this product again?

    Yes.
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