How to get started with Audiophile headphones
The audiophile headphone community is one of the most vibrant in the world and it is difficult to know where to start when looking for new gear.
This article will cover the essentials for beginners to find the perfect set of headphones.
We’ve got an exclusive pair of Audio Technica R1300 mk2 headphones from Audio Technicas and we’re happy to offer the first reviews of the brand new pair.
These headphones come in a set of three and are priced at $399.99 for the trio and $299.99 per pair.
The $299 per pair price is a bit steep for the set of four but it makes a good starting point for those who want to try out the pair before committing to a larger purchase.
Read more about the new pair of R13 002s from AudioTechnicas here.
The sound is fantastic and is perfect for any listening style.
The headphones also come with a full-size 6-pole subwoofer and the headphone drivers are sealed.
The bass is well balanced and full-bodied and the treble is a little on the warm side, but it is also very punchy.
The bass response is not overly pronounced but it also isn’t too weak, either.
The soundstage is extremely wide, which is a good thing as the R13s are extremely narrow and deep.
The stereo imaging is great and is also present in the midrange.
The subwoofers are very well balanced, but they are also not overbearing and not overwhelming.
The treble response is extremely well balanced.
The treble imaging is also extremely well-balanced.
The midrange is also well-defined.
The highs are very crisp and well-recorded, which makes for a great soundstage for music or for movies.
The mids are slightly more detailed, but the trebles are also very well-mastered.
The highs and mids are very accurate.
The mids are not overly detailed, and the highs are not oversaturated.
The vocals are also well reproduced and well laid out.
The lows are slightly warmer than the highs, and they are less warm than the mids.
The lows are also less warm.
The midrange is very detailed.
The subwoohouses are very balanced and have excellent low frequencies.
The tweeter is very well designed and well tuned.
The drivers are excellent.
The amplifier is very powerful and very well built.
The earcups are very comfortable and comfortable to wear.
The headphones come with three different mounting points: the standard, standard, and removable.
The removable earcup mount is very flexible, and it can be easily removed and replaced without removing the earcalls.
We recommend that the earrings be placed on the earcup mounts so that they are not uncomfortable.
The standard earcaps are very flexible.
The earcuffs can be removed to get access to the earphone cables.
The removable earcup mount allows the earphones to be placed in the ear cup without removing them.
The included earphones are the same as the standard earcup earcams and also come in the standard and removable versions.
The original R13 is the best earphones we have tried.
They are very easy to listen to and the bass is perfect.
The low-frequency response is very smooth and the mids are warm.
The overall soundstage and imaging are excellent and the earpads are comfortable.
The best-sounding R13 set we have tested.
The R13 has the best midrange and bass in the R lineup.
They sound great and the low-end is very accurate and detailed.
The audio quality is not bad at all.
If you are looking for a good, full-range audio experience, these are the headphones for you.
Read the full review from AudioTek here.
For those who are more into music than movies, these headphones might be ideal for you if you like to listen in a room with a lot of people.
The volume is also great for watching movies or other content.
The R13’s are a good set of quality headphones for anyone who wants to start their listening experience with music.
We would definitely recommend these to anyone.
Read our full review of the R7000 here.
The new R13 models from Audio-Technica are priced the same, so you can expect the same sound quality and performance in both sets.
These R13 headphones are a great value for anyone looking for great headphones.