Master & Dynamic MH40 Professional Reviews
Please note that professional reviews for headphones are much more varied than traditional Hi-Fi. With Bookshelf Speakers and the likes, it's quite often to get 5 stars straight across the board. With Headphones, it's very rare that everyone agrees on the quality of the product, therefore straight 5 star reviews are very rare. Critically acclaimed headphones will generally average around 4 stars regardless of performance, so don't be put off by this.
That being said, we always prefer to show each review where possible, even if the review isn't so flattering. It is after all a very subjective opinion as everyone has different hearing abilities and preferred styles. Think of it like wine, you can buy a £100 bottle, but prefer a £6. At the end of the day it's down to taste and taste alone.
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Fun headphones with powerful bass and a wide soundstage, but they lack subtlety.
- Wide soundstage
- Thundering bass
- Beautifully built
- Mute button
- Not the most detailed mid-range
- Bass might be too much for some
Not everybody will love the fit of Master and Dynamic's over-the-ear MH40 headphones, but they are very well-built and sound excellent.
The Master and Dynamic MH40 headphones are constructed out of premium materials and have excellent build quality along with excellent sound. The headphones come with a decent carrying case and two cables (one has an inline mic/remote for smartphone use) and have an integrated mute button.
While they're comfortable, the headphones are heavy -- maybe too heavy for some people.
If money isn't tough to come by, the Master & Dynamic MH40 provide an experience that will satisfy music lovers with plenty of comfort and performance packed inside this delightfully-designed homage to the audio equipment of yesteryear.
- Gorgeous design
- Braided cables
- Audio is full of attack
- Too expensive
- Light bass response