Creative HITZ MA2600 on-ear Premium Headphones with 40 mm Drivers, Flat Folding Ear Cups, in-line Remote and Mic - White
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- Powerful audio performance
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- Clear conversations with optimised controls
- Tangle-free, clear music listening
- classic colours
Colour Name: White
Creative Hitz MA2600 Headset
Powerful Headset for Music and Calls
The Hitz series features this Premium on-ear mobile headset that comes with an in-line remote and flat, tangle-free cable that comes in executive colours. We designed these products so you will enjoy great comfort while listening to equally great audio quality. And because we know how important it is to stay connected, each headset comes with a microphone for clear calls.
Experience audio performance that surpasses other headsets in its class, with the Creative Hitz MA2600 headset. Its large 40 mm Neodymium drivers deliver crisp highs and larger-than-life lows. Enjoy superior and fuss-free music listening with the flat, tangle-free cables that reduce unwanted contact noises and the gold-plated plug that offers a high-grade connection. Ergonomically designed for ultimate comfort, the Creative Hitz MA2600 is your definite choice for entertainment and clear voice calls.
Powerful Audio Performance
Powerful bass-tuned 40mm Neodymium drivers offer a smashing audio delivery of your latest tracks while preserving clear voice calls. You are ensured of getting a great performance for any usage scenario.
The extra plush earcup and headband padding provides maximum comfort even with prolonged usage. Its on-ear design delivers optimal sound isolation for an immersive listening experience. The MA2600 also comes with flat-fold ear-cups for easy stowage -- great for when when you want to carry your headset in your rucksack or bag.
Clear Conversations with Optimised Controls
Ideal for today's urban commuter, the Creative Hitz MA2600 comes with convenient controls that let you access volume and playback functions without you actually having to reach for your smartphone. The in-line microphone delivers crisp conversations during calls, while the integrated one-touch button and volume control allow call and music playback controls that are optimised for a wide range of smartphones and tablets.
Tangle-free, Clear Music Listening
Enjoy superior and fuss-free music listening with the flat, tangle-free cables that reduce unwanted contact noises and the gold-plated plug that offers a high-grade connection.
Modern, Classic Colours
These headsets take on a refreshing look, with two classic colours for you to choose from. A perfect match to your modern lifestyle.
Top Customer Reviews
Despite some of the average comments here I have to say that I am not disappointed with these Creative headphones. The muffs are spongy enough to be comfortable on your ears without being too thick and cumbersome, the sound is punchy and clear, the volume control on the wire eliminates the need to keep lighting up your media player, and the adjustable sizes inside the band mean that they fit perfect on my large skull without being too tight or falling off. The muffs can be rotated easily when wearing them around your neck so you don't choke. I personally have no problems with these headphones. I am more inclined to use earphones myself, but for a more immersive experience the MA2600 model is worth it.
PC using Arcam rDAC & Graham Slee Solo SRGII amp.
Samsung Galaxy S3 (with and without an E11 amp) using PowerAmp Android app.
▣ Style, Build & comfort ▣
These are quite nice looking headphones. They're mostly made of plastic, with the headband wrapped in soft faux leather. Build quality isn't great, but sufficient; however, the left ear on mine squeaks which is very annoying. The ear pads are flat, made of soft faux leather and feel comfortable when worn; although, my ears tend to ache and get quite warm after a only a short while. They seal outside noise fairly well and noise leakage is minimal. The ear cups swivel flat, so can be rested on your chest easily when around your neck. They don't fold and do not include a storage pouch, which is disappointing considering they're marketed as a mobile headset. The flat cord includes an inline microphone/phone controls and seems to be good quality, but it's not removable, which is another negative. In a similar price range, I find the Noontec Zoro HD are a better constructed headphone and a much better portable headphone, because they fold down nicely to fit into the include storage pouch, they also have a removable flat cord.
▣ Audio ▣
In terms of sound quality, the Creative Hitz MA2600's sound OK (better than the smaller MA2300, which are poor), but they're very bass emphasised, which extends well, but it's quite boomy, loose and uncontrolled, somewhat slightly muffling the mids. Highs are also rolled off. If you're a fan of bass heavy, warm sound, you may be happy with these, but I personally prefer a more neutral sound signature. In comparison, the Noontec Zoro HD is a considerably better sounding headphone.Read more ›
They're not a company I know huge lot about and so my expectations where quite low when I got these for review. I wasn't entirely wrong - but they did perform better than expected.
I found them comfy to to wear and the sound was good but not great. I liked the design of the headband but wasn't too keen on the look of the cups. I thought they looked particularly cheap and plasticky. On the whole I liked the look of them a lot but the cups just let them down in my opinion. The cups swivelled too which I like, meaning they're kept out the way when hung round your neck.
But it the sound that's important I guess, and as I said I thought the sound was good. However, I'm still not sure it's good enough if I was spending my own money. The price seems a little steep for what you get overall. I like the inline remote control though. I found them a completely acceptable but not really magnificent pair of head phones which are, perhaps, a tad overpriced.
The ear cups are comfy, too; this is probably (in part) because of the noise cancelling aspect of them. This seems to work well. My only reservation being that it can't be great from a safety point of view.
How do they sound? Well, they're pretty good. But I'd really expect that at this price. They're not, by any stretch, the most expensive you'd see, but they aren't an impulse buy either. The bass is certainly good, which gives your music some oomph. The only problem is, I don't think they are quite good enough to have the rest of the sound really match the bass. It doesn't quite swamp it out, but the midrange is certainly struggling. I tend to find that with these kind of things, though. Doesn't always matter and you're probably not buying these for audiophile reasons, but worth keeping in mind.
So, recommended, but they aren't the best you'll ever get.
Overall I am quite pleased with this set, they sound good but most important for extended listening they are very comfortable to wear.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are some pretty solid headphones but I must say that the comfort levels aren't great.
Sonically they were surprisingly rewarding, I felt that they performed well,... Read more
On first inspection I was surprised at the build quality of these headphones. There is a really nice sturdy feel to them. Read morePublished on 21 Nov. 2013 by a/s/l
After a couple of weeks using these headphones I am impressed by the build quality.
The headphone cups themselves are incredibly comfortable on the ears, and the arch is... Read more
I don't usually buy headphones of this size as I find them too bulky for my purposes (I usually listen to music or talking books on the move) but was happy to get these to review... Read morePublished on 15 Nov. 2013 by Uncle Barbar
These are a plushly styled and presented pair of headphones. However, in use they are bassy - not a tight bass rather a muffled too-deep bass. The top end suffers too. Read morePublished on 26 Oct. 2013 by D Deacon