- Product Dimensions: 24.1 x 24.1 x 12.7 cm ; 277 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 762 g
- Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required.
- Item Model Number: HD681EVO
- ASIN: B00CAG1ZAQ
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 28 March 2018
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- #1205 in Over-Ear Headphones
Superlux HD-681 EVO (Black)
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- HD681 EVO meet the requirements of stage and studio professionals, who also loved listening Philharmonic grade headphones.
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Why 4 stars? low volume, I guess im used to headphones forcing me to set the volume below 80 on my pc and videos, with this headphones everything stays at 100.
Also , it came with 2 3m extension cables, which would be awesome, but It was supposed to be a 1m and a 3m one . not 2 3m one, So cant use it outside my house because too much cable!!!. It still comes with a nice bag, and accessories, including extra pads.
Edit: I bought this headphones on july, and evne added a modmic to use it , but now. less than a year and the cable is broken and it seems like a expensive fix .
I took care of it letting it on a stand while not in use, never tangled the cables or anything yet it started breaking, Now randomly I lose audio on one side and its because of the connector, and as this part is not a removable part, this means that it will require soldering or else which I have no experience whatsoever. I am sad as they sound awesome but oh well.
Second Edit: They are no longer working, the cable almost broke completely, I throweed them aside, when I have the time I will probably solder it a gain and mod it in such a way that it wont break... Dont lose your time, there are other headphones without that dongle.
The Headphone has very very very ear stinging trebles around the 6khz-12khz mark, will need an equalizer to lower these sounds.
Its Bass does crackle and creek when under 20hz noticeable.
It is very comparable to the Sennhesiers 518HD and 558HD sound stage and Frequency response.
Head phones are very uncomfortable and feel cheap even for the price.
The Sound stage is incredibly wide, so wide you'd expect them to be priced alittle more just for the sound alone.
For 40$ it can reach 10hz-25khz with very little problems.
It's bass is exaggerated(boosted) and fun its nice to hear in these cheap headphones w/o an EQ.
Would recommend these headphones, but would also require mods for smaller heads.
Currently the best entry headphones for gaming.
-Headphones [With pleather pads]
-Pair of velour pads
-A meter length cable
-A 3 meter length cable
-A 3.5mm to 6.35 converter jack
Looks great! The outside has a shiny black/ matte finish. Some parts look a little bit cheap, but hey - for less than $40 this is ridiculously good.
I do not know if this is standard for everyone, but my headphones came with an extra pair of velour pads. Those are really comfortable, but I found them to be somewhat scratchy after wearing them for several hours.
The top headband is an interesting design. It is one piece of adjustable material, with soft air filled pads placed in the middle. It is surprisingly comfortable and I can barely feel them.
The cables are nice and thick. Not very portable, but they feel a lot more sturdy than most other cables I've seen.
After burning in these headphones for over 40 hours, I feel like I can make an accurate judgment.
Although the HD681 Evo's are described as open headphones, they are closer to being closed than open. They leak very little sound, but have enough "openness" to have a great sound stage. You could use them in a public setting based on this, but I feel like they are too big to actually be portable.
The bass is definitely there. Nice and tight, but a little bit overpowering (nothing that can't be fixed with an equalizer).
The mids are somewhat lacking. If you look at the frequency response graphs, there is a bad dip around 4k.
The highs are what really took one star off this review. Without any changes to the original headphones, the highs were quite muffled. To fix this, I followed a popular advice and took out the outer felt. This did clear up the highs somewhat, but the highs then became too sibilant. I am really hoping that some more burning in will clear it up a little, but this is probably me being too hopeful.
All in all, this is a pair of really good cans for their price.