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|Package Weight||3.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.0 x 8.1 x 8.0"|
|Frequency Response||15 Hz - 20 kHz|
|Enclosure||Sealed enclosure with tuned damping materials|
|Drivers||50 mm fiber-reinforced dynamic driver|
|Dimensions||Closed:8.27 x 5.51 x 4.72" (21 x 14 x 12 cm) Open:7.09 x 11.42 x 4.72" (18 x 29 x 12 cm)|
|Weight||14 oz (397 g)|
The Good Outstanding, well-balanced sound Perfect fit for any head Long, flat cords Great noise isolation The Bad Weighty No Bluetooth option A little over a year ago, I wrote a rave review of Blue Microphones' first-ever headphones, called the Mo-Fi . A year later, I am still loving them.
Outstanding, well-balanced sound, Perfect fit for any head, Long, flat cords, Great noise isolation
Weighty, No Bluetooth option
I reviewed Blue Microphones ' first entry into the headphone market, the $349 Mo-Fi, in November 2014. Since then the Mo-Fi has continued to garner favorable press, but there were several areas where I felt the Mo-Fi could have been improved.
My set up is a Windows Surface tablet, Chord Mojo DAC/Amp and Tidal streaming. I've been through a lot of headphones in the last year looking for the right sound for me. Hifiman 400i, Audioquest Nighthawk, B&W P7, Masters & Dynamic MH40 and many more but although they all definitely had something...
Superb headphones at this price