Presonus HD-7 Headphones Review
The Presonus HD-7 Headphones are in a league of their own. They are affordable, sturdy, and very comfy.
I will start by saying I have been using the same Audio Technica (M30x) Headphones for about 6 years. They have been my reliable workhorses. After wearing the HD-7s on and off for hours on end, streaming, mixing, consuming video content, zoom calls, etc. I was hesitant to even go back to my old Audio Technica headphones.
The rugged design is very nice in the hands, yet light on the head. The headphones automatically adjust to your head size with the supportive band between the ear-cups. They sit very comfortably around my ears and were barely noticeable even after a 4 hour streaming session. In this same scenario my Audio-Techinca headphones probably would have given me a headache. The included 1/8" to 1/4" stereo adapter felt well built and worked fine with my Focusrite interface.
Another advantage with these headphone are the large 50mm drivers paired with a semi open back design. They have a significant amount of punchy bass that is smooth and not overwhelming. The midrange also benefits from the design. The higher frequency range is lacking a bit in quality/clarity, but for sub $80 headphones, I was greatly surprised by the overall sound quality. I wouldn't completely rely on them for a mixing session, but they are great as another reference, especially for tracks that might be utilizing the lower sub-bass frequencies as the response reaches all the way down to 10Hz.
Overall these are some of the best budget friendly headphones that I have had a chance to use and will keep using them for as long as they can last (Which I will guess is a very long time). Check them out for yourself in the Mighty Mics online store!
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