SoundMAGIC HP151 Headphones

SoundMAGIC HP151 Headphones

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If you’re a music lover with an eclectic taste, it’s essential your headphones have a soundstage that can handle everything in your library. The HP151 headphones deliver all that and more Read More

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allinflames
4
Feb 19, 2021
Does anyone know of any aftermarket suppliers of cables (looking specifically for something much shorter) that have the HP151 connector? I've reached out to SoundMAGIC support, but thought this might be a good place to ask around as well.
Tacoboy
35
Jun 17, 2020
The ear pads on my Soundmagic HP151 are starting to wear out. What are some recommended replacement pads?
Daeronicus
134
Oct 14, 2020
Any 100mm hybrid earpads (inner velour, outer leather), the ones with pure velour makes sound pop up but you lose some bass punch, also the sound will leak out.
Tacoboy
35
Oct 14, 2020
Found some very thick 100mm fake leather ones, for $11, on eBay, they seem to do the job.
Jakob
311
May 18, 2020
Love these headphones. Total sleepers. Bought them when they came out as HP100 based on a few raving reviews and was impressed. They are really good but have one weakness, they are weak in the lower mid, upper bass where down tuned crunchy metal guitar resides so that part of music isn't as forward as the rest. But the rest is so good I like them even as a huge metal guy. Cymbals are extremely easy to hear and detailed. Mid bass is probably flat but it goes down to very sub levels. It punches above its price point handedly as far as detail and sound stage and imaging. Must add that somehow they are never harsh despite a very Sparkly high fr. They are lightweight and comfortable but the Y attaching the cups may crack in time. I recommend gorilla gluing the hollow that runs along the inside for extra strength. This lightweight adds effect to the sub bass as the cups rumble with the large 53mm drivers during strong sub notes. It's actually nice and not some intended gimmick like Scullcandy had done. Play an Hans Zimmer sound track and try not being impressed at the sound out of these things.
BetaWolf
13
Aug 21, 2018
Had a pair of HP-150's for a short time before the cable basically disintegrated on its own, and replacements were nonexistent. Unless they've improved the cable, it's not worth it for something that's got such a limited lifespan.
Xyrium
36
Aug 18, 2018
Man, if I didn't just order the 58xx's, I'd be all over these are a toss around high quality set of cans. Totally underrated, being relatively new to the market.
MadsT
4
Aug 18, 2018
I had the older HP150 and I really liked them for portable use, as they were comfortable and isolated sound incredibly well. But this design has a tendency to break at the piece of plastic that holds the cups, as my pair did 2 weeks after the warranty ran out. It's very expensive to have SoundMAGIC repair them, and absolutely impossible to do it yourself. And it's quite a common issue. sadly that makes me rather hesitant to recommend these headphones. Great sound and noise reduction, but bad construction.
2923553099
0
Aug 20, 2018
SoundMAGIC has solve the problems of the plastic that holds the cups that they won't be broken now.
mattris
1088
Aug 18, 2018
I was thoroughly impressed by the sound of the older-model HP150: clear, with great sub-bass and a wide sound-stage... good sound characteristics for FPS gaming. For sound alone, definitely worth $105. Comfort and build were just ok. Shame the included cable is so long... and has a proprietary connector.
DanLe
219
Aug 17, 2018
Same price on Amazon for Canadians, with the exchange rate it works out to a few cents less. $130+taxes and free shipping. Not as long of a wait either. https://www.amazon.ca/SoundMAGIC-Premium-Closed-Back-Folding-Headphones/dp/B06XY9NNNN
SegWhey
39
Aug 16, 2018
https://www.amazon.com/SoundMAGIC-Premium-Closed-Back-Folding-Headphones/dp/B06XY9NNNN
A faster option ($20 more) but its prime shipped, and you don't have to wait for a month. :)
Sujay Rao
96
Aug 16, 2018
Have the HP150. Shy headphone. The music won’t leap out at you. Some might find it boring. I love a neutral signature. I really enjoy listening to the 150. Zero fatigue, easy spaciousness, no sibilance in the highs, laid back bass. Excellent detail. Great for jazz, classical and vocals entered music.
Happy I bought it.
WATCH OUT FOR THE REALLY CRAPPY CABLE! The sheath split a few inches away from the headphone end exposing the wires within weeks of purchase, and after rather sparing use in that time. Found seve complaints on the net. The headphone end is a proprietary locking jack. Replacements were horrendously expensive. Found a less costly one after endlessly rooting around. I hope they’ve fixed this with the 151.
bose301s
4
Aug 17, 2018
I have the HP150 also, and I would say the opposite when compared to other headphones I compared, both the NAD Viso HP50 and PSB M4U2 are much more laid back, almost muffled compared to the HP150, the bass was much weaker, the treble less clear and sparkly. I absolutely love my HP150, honestly voiced perfectly for my tastes, clear, sparkling highs that sound like you're there, there's no veil on the sound. The bass is there at just the right amount and crisp and impactful, I have listened to a few different sets of headphones, some Sony ones that cost significantly more, like 5-6x the price, I preferred the HP150 and not by a small margin.
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