- Oct 13, 2007
Does anyone know if the white headphone have a matte finish like the black ones do?
I have an opportunity to get them for a discount I can't pass up since I am in the market for headphones. All I want is a product that looks good, sounds good and the remote/mic. There were some Sennheisers that I can get too, but they build quality don't seem the best, and they don't have the visual appeal I want.I haven't heard them, but just looking at that price and knowing what I know about Monster, I would guess you could get another brand that sounds a lot better for that price. Especially considering it's a paid endorsement, that price has to be jacked up.
As a professional, I try not to rate something I haven't heard with my own ears, but Monster has an infamous history with the audio industry that I'd love to share with you if you care...
I don't have them I just had a quick look about the net for you and seen that they do if you want to check it was from this pageAwesome, thanks Ross!
Do you have them? If so, what are your thoughts?
Also on that pageThe white solos are matte in colour but this means that it show dirt. Something the studios wont due to the piano style finish which will be easy to clean.
Mabey you should look into getting the studio's if you can afford them and those are the headphones you want.I did test the solo versions out, they were comfortable but the bass didn't rattle me. It didn't send a shiver down my spine like the studios do. Also, the solos suffer from bad build quality, such as the parts do not fit flush, etc
Share more Dave. I've always hated monster simply because it was all I could ever find and it was SO over priced.Well this certainly isn't the most unbiased account of Monster's transgressions, but it is a pretty entertaining one that, if read through, should give you the idea: