LyxPro HAS-30 Closed-back Headphones

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78 out of 100. Incorporating 275+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$60
LyxPro HAS-30 Closed-back Headphones

With 50mm Neodymium drivers, the LyxPro HAS-30 gives you quite a lot of sound for the price.

But it's not just about overall volume increase because these bigger drivers are meant to reproduce bass frequencies better, making it viable for electronic musicians and DJs, and for listening to tracks with more low end.

To make it more road worthy, LyxPro opted for detachable cables, and they included both a straight and coiled cable in the package.

Other features include replaceable ear cups, leather headband, and foldable design.

Specifications

  • Type: Closed-Back
  • Driver Type: Dynamic
  • Driver Diameter: 50 mm
  • Magnet Type: Neodymium
  • Frequency Response: 15Hz-26KHz
  • Maximum Input Power: 1800mW
  • Sensitivity: 100 ± 3dB
  • Impedance: 32 Ohms
  • Weight: 10.4 oz
  • Cable: 9.5' Straight Cable and 4' to 10' Coiled Cable, 1/8" plug and 1/4" Adapter

Pros:

Bang per buck seems to be a common thread in many reviews, while others appreciate its sound quality and good bass response. Claimed improvements in monitoring, mixing and music production can be found in some reviews, while others are happy with how the LyxPro HAS-30 performs in everyday music listening, quiet practice, and even podcasting.

Cons:

The downside to having big drivers is weight, and as expected, it caused some users to give lower ratings. There are also a few who are not too happy with its build quality, while others feel that the sound is a can get a little too loud, to the point that it sometimes leaks sound on to mics.

Overall:

The LyxPro HAS-30 isn't currently on our recommended list; you can see much more highly rated options that we recommend in our guide to The Best Cheap Studio Headphones.

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