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Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H6

12/9/2014 8:15:17 PM
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$649
Type: closed-back, dynamic; driver: 40mm; frequency response: 20Hz to 22,000Hz; impedance: 30 ohms

Audiophile brand Bang & Olufsen is known for its product design. The Beoplay H6 does not disappoint and is a good bet to turn heads with its natural leather finish and polished metal earcups.


 

It oozes class too, with the use of lambskin, aluminium and genuine leather in the headphones' construction.

Such premium materials likely played a big part in its $649 price tag, the highest in this round-up.

The comfort factor is high with the H6. It weighs a neck-friendly 230g and the earcups fitted well.

One of the more unique functions of these headphones which I like, is its "daisy-chain" capability.

You can connect another pair of headphones or earphones to its 3.5mm jack and share tunes with your friends.

In terms of sound, the word "timid" is the one I kept going back to in my review notes when listening to them.

For one thing, they sounded softer than the other headphones I tested in this review, when plugged to my phone and PC.

When I turned the volume all the way up to get to my usual listening levels, I felt that the bass was lacking with many of the tracks in my playlist.

For example, the bass guitar intro to Red Hot Chilli Pepper's Around The World sounded flat and muted.

However, the mids and highs fared much better. I found easy-listening and ballad tracks, like George Benson's Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You, more forgiving of this headphones' sound signature. The emphasis on Benson's rich vocals and keyboard rhythm made for pleasant listening.

Perhaps partnering the H6 with a dedicated headphone amplifier would help take the overall sound quality up a notch.

 
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