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Klipsch R6

12/9/2014 8:25:02 PM
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$129
Frequency response: 10Hz to 19,000Hz; impedance: 18 ohms; driver size: 6.5mm

Klipsch calls this pair "reference" earphones, but I beg to differ.

It may sound exciting at times, but it is nowhere near as neutral sounding and accurate as a few of the other headphones in this review, such as the Sony XBA-A2 and B&O BeoPlay H3.


 

What I heard was a consistently heavy bass, and occasional harsh highs and mids that are a little rolled back.

Ironically, it did not play nicely with the bass-heavy music that I have. Rap track Goldie by A$AP Rocky sounded boomy and muddy, with the rapper's voice overwhelmed by the track's backing beat.

I had better experience with loud and brash music like the electro house, punk rock and heavy metal tracks in my playlist. This is largely down to the R6's warm-sounding tone which made, for example, the overdriven guitars and shouty vocals of Motorhead's Ace Of Spades sound less harsh and more listenable.

The R6 has good fit. The earbuds were very comfortable and I was able to use them for hours on end. I was also able to get a good seal between the earbuds and my ears easily.

I noticed a small but thoughtful design touch. The backs of the earphones curve ergonomically towards the finger, making it easier to push them into your ears.

  • Those who seek flawlessly accurate sound reproduction will be disappointed. But check these out if you are looking for a loud, fun and bassy sounding pair of earphones.
 
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