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Boom Mic for Drop + THX Panda Headphones
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Boom Mic for Drop + THX Panda Headphones

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Our Panda headphones excel in much more than just listening to music. If you’re using them to communicate in meetings or game chats, take your sound sensitivity and responsiveness to the next level with our custom Panda boom mic Read More
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meatbun
41
Apr 2, 2021
It really looks like it won't, but does anyone know if this will this fit into Sony headphones?
maxmousee
8
May 14, 2021
It works on my XM3 :) it's a tight fit but it works :)
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lordie
1
Mar 1, 2021
Do I have to be plugged in to use the mic?
Shenksy
38
Mar 2, 2021
Yes. Using the plugged-in mic also causes the headphones to operate passively powered which can be positive or negative. The mic terminates to a 4-pole TRRS connector and comes with a y-splitter/extension, so you can use your choice of dac/amp combo for the stereo signal. I've played around with a few combinations and this is what I've found: 1) The Pandas are incredibly sensitive/easy to drive - I've yet to find anything that struggles with them 2) Passively driven Pandas are solid at "revealing" flaws in your analog source - Bluetooth sounds better than my laptop's built-in headphone jack, etc. 3) When plugged in, the "sound-signature" of various DACs are noticeable - These are the first pair of headphones I pair with specific DACs for specific music. 4) The microphone's sound quality is above-average (don't have a ton of personal experience with headset mics) and less impacted by mic-in ADC quality. The Drop Pandas w/ boom mic and paired with a Schiit Hel (Fulla should work to given the ease of driving Pandas) absolutely blows my prior setup (Blue Yeti + HD6XXs) out of the water.
majiktoast
10
Feb 26, 2021
Does the cable transfer audio or does it only have functionality as a mic? If so I was wondering if I could put these on a different pair of headphones like the Philips SHP9500's.
Askit2
21
Feb 28, 2021
The cable does transfer audio. It works well for me on my Xbox controller. I get a microphone plus stereo audio at the headphones. Though the internal amp in the controller isn’t the strongest.
Dirtynightmare
0
Mar 17, 2023
Will this work with sennheiser 599 ?
I can’t see WHEN you posted this, but no… the HD 599 needs a longer 2.5mm connector that can go deeper into the headphone’s body, and it needs to either accommodate the non-proprietary twist-to-lock grooves like on the stock cable or be narrow enough that the plug would slip past the little pegs on the inside of the HD 599’s connector.
thelastredshirt
0
Aug 23, 2023
How long is the arm? I have a V-Moda Boom Pro on a Sony MDR-1R and that mic is a little too short.