• Head-Direct HiFiMAN HE-300 Headphones Review
  • Head-Direct HiFiMAN HE-300 Headphones Review

    Author: Brandon Saltalamacchia
    Published: October 10th, 2011 1:03 PM
    Category: Headsets,Reviews
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Introduction

Head-Direct have been manufacturing high quality headphones and personal audio products since 2006. They pride themselves in delivering the highest quality possible for all of their products, and the Head-Direct HiFiMAN HE-300 headphones are no different. The HE-300s are Head-Direct’s lowest headphones to drive and can be used with any device that sports a 3.5mm jack.

The box sports a fairly plain design, but at the same time looks very sleek and impressive. The box also features a clip on the front to allow access to the inside. After opening the box, you’re presented with the HE-300s, which are sat on a velvet cushion; definitely the most impressive box I’ve seen for a pair of headphones!

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Specifications

Driver: 50mm diameter Dynamic drivers

Impedance:       50 Ohm

Sensitivity:       93 dB @ 1KHZ, 1mW

Rated Power:  30 mW

Frequency:  15 to 22000 HZ

Weight: about 270 g


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