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Samson SARH600 Open Design Reference Headphones

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  • Headphone type: open
  • Driver size: 40mm
  • Frequency response: 20hz-22khz
  • Impedance: 32 ohms
  • Plug type: 1/8-inch to 1/4-inch adapter
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight499 g
Product Dimensions22.9 x 10.2 x 21.6 cm
Item model numberSAM RH600
Country Produced Inchina
  
Additional Information
ASINB000VTGZA4
Best Sellers Rank 1,769 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight499 g
Date First Available15 Feb. 2008
  
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Product Description

The top-line model RH600s use a specially designed, high performance driver with a thin, responsive 40mm diaphragm coupled with a high output neodymium magnet and sophisticated circuitry to provide true "reference quality" audio. Its ambient open-ear design with special acoustic mesh fabric ensures clear, transparent sound and a comfortable listening experience. The RH600s also feature a very wide dynamic range and a linear frequency response from 20Hz to 22kHz for accurate, balanced audio reproduction

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1 x RH600 Headphones

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tj on 29 Aug. 2013
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My ATH-M50s broke, a stupid miniature structural break which made them impossible to wear, Audio Technica wanted £50 to replace the tiny part that made them work again, so I got these instead after reading a couple of reviews. Having had these for around a month I've been completely blown away with how natural and rich these headphones are, let alone the fact I got them for less than a quarter of the price of the Audio Technicas.

Obviously they're a different beast, thanks to being open-backed, the bass is brilliantly reproduced rather than being boosted, in fact the whole spectrum is. You can really tell what's over-bright, what's over compressed, what has too little or too much of everything. And that's why they're reference headphones! So if you exclusively listen to modern brickwalled hella bright TUNES then these will hurt your ears without a little EQ to temper that top end. The open-backed nature lets you really crank it up if you want, much higher than I could with the ATH-M50s before fatigue sets in. I personally think they sound much more forthcoming than the Audio-Technicas. They also sound a million times better than my housemate's Sennheiser HD 205's which I had borrowed in the interim and are roughly the same price. The open backs mean you hear what's going on around you, which I think is quite nice, rather than feeling cocooned. Only ever a bit of a problem when walking past lots of noisy traffic.

In terms of comfort they took quite a bit of getting used to for me; to my surprise they press right on your ears, instead of having an ear pad which surrounds the ear supporting the diaphragm away from the ear. This means it takes a while to find the most comfortable position on the ear.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By steven on 4 Oct. 2013
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I'm a musician and student, I've needed a pair of reference headphones for some time now and generally speaking they are rather costly. If your on a tight budget like me you have just found your solution, these headphones are better than some pairs I've tried costing 200+, they came very nicely packaged and are very comfy to wear, also a nice long cable for the studio environment, just make sure you don't tread on it!
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By Steve on 18 April 2013
I wanted some quality headphones to replace my old Philips SHP2 500 phones, although acceptable quality for the price I paid they fit very tight and I cant wear them for more than one CD listening. The Samson SARH600, in comparison, are super comfy with a self adjustable headband, resulting in hours of continual use (you can forget that you have them on!) The sound quality is fantastic and crystal clear they look the part as well. Call me old fashioned but I still prefer a long lead (at least 3 mtrs)to the wireless type of headphone, the RH600 has approx 3 mtrs. The Philips have almost twice that but are twin cabled and tend to knot up quite easily. I was originally looking at some Stagg headphones around £10 cheaper but they only had 1.2 mtrs of lead and I was advised to pay a little extra for the Samson. Overall a brilliant buy and an excellent set of headphones 5 out of 5 on all counts.
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Incredible value for money. My main phones are Sennheiser HD-600 and HD-580s, which I use when recording classical chamber music on location. I wanted a cheap pair with low impedance to abuse in the studio and for use with under-powered headphone outlets that come with most devices. I must say I was shocked at the sound quality that came out given the price tag. OK, so maybe not as subtle and balanced as the Sennheisers but enough to raise my eyebrows several inches - I may even try them on a forthcoming mix. They're comfortable enough for me to fall asleep in (twice) and the 3m lead is well-handy.
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GIVE THEM A TRY..decent sound, fairly expressive [and trust me I AM fussy when it comes to music and headphones..] i have paid more and heard worse for the price, take a punt..[my son fell asleep with the last pair on so they must be okay.. i had to sneak them away until i ordered another pair..].go on you know you want to..i have yet to try them on my pre- power amp set up..so will update review later..this review was based on use with a mobile phone and also portable music unit ..I.E. mp3 player etc..
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Barnes on 4 Jan. 2013
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Perfect choice of headphone at a very reasonable price and brother absolutely delighted with product. Would definitely recommend to others
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I own a pair of AKG K271 Studio headphones which have served me well over the years. As they were starting to get old I decided to buy the Samson SARH600 headphones as a stand by. I can quite honestly say that they sound as good as my AKGs anytime. My only downside for them is that they a little cheaply but not badly built. You will not find such good sound quality at this price range. Well done to Samson.
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By Reece Spencer on 23 Mar. 2014
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I use these for producing metal music in my bedroom, I'm only an amateur when it comes to production but the sound that I get from these is practically the same as when I have exported the mix and am playing the song through my speakers that I use for general playback. They're comfy too, they are nice and loose and don't grip your head tight, but aren't TOO loose.
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