Direct Sound EX-29 Extreme Isolation Headphones – Black

August 2, 2013 - Comment

The EX 29 is the perfect headphone for sound and studio engineers and all musicians. The ultra fidelity high input speakers featuring TruSound Tonal Accuracy technology integrated with 29dB of eco friendly natural passive isolation are incredibly amazing and will not bleed click tracks or pre recorded music into live microphones. The EX 29 is

The EX 29 is the perfect headphone for sound and studio engineers and all musicians. The ultra fidelity high input speakers featuring TruSound Tonal Accuracy technology integrated with 29dB of eco friendly natural passive isolation are incredibly amazing and will not bleed click tracks or pre recorded music into live microphones. The EX 29 is the professionals’ choice.

Product Features

  • Dynamic closed type headphones with closed back speakers
  • Maximum input power of 1000mw
  • Includes protective bag and plug
  • Incrediflex Headband
  • Natural Passive Isolation – no batteries needed

Comments

AudioAddict says:

A good option for some noisy environments These headphones have worked pretty well for me at my office. I’m in a big group of cubicles with completely exposed air conditioners overhead and industrial lab equipment not too far away. These really let me turn DOWN the volume and still hear my music. Sound quality is certainly acceptable, but compared to nice headphones (even in the same price range) it is somewhat lackluster. Think lo-fi. The point is that these headphones have way, way better sound quality *in a noisy environment* than the alternatives. If you don’t need the isolation, look at the Sennheiser model below or the Sony MDR-7506. Or AKG K240. Or something more expensive. :)Before deciding on these, I tried a few other worthy contenders:** Bose Quiet Comfort 2. For the kinds of noise in my office, these did not do as good a job at isolation as the Extreme Isolation did. They are amazing at getting rid of low frequency noise, however. I can see why people like them for air travel…

J. Hamelic says:

Mowing and NASCAR I was looking for a pair of headphones to use on my riding mower and these are perfect for that application!After doing a bit of research I found that these headphones have approximately the same noise reduction capabilities as a good set of hearing protectors (30dB) for industrial use. I believe they are rated at 28dB reduction.Another important fact is that the impedance is rated at 64 Ohms, for those of you who aren’t up on your technical specs. this means that a small MP3 player or CD player will drive these headphones without a problem.I’m also a NASCAR fan and try to go to at least 1 race a year. This year I used them at a truck race and they preformed as well as a set of specialty racing headphones I own. They are a bit more comfortable as well.If you get these don’t expect thundering bass or incredibly loud music from the drivers. The sound is very flat over the entire 20-20kHz spectrum.Combined with the sound…

Rick_E says:

Headphones Work Great – Wife Loves Them I bought the Direct Sound Extreme Isolation phones for my wife to use so she can hear the movie dialog on airplanes and trains.I had previously tried the Koss QZ active noice cancellation headphones. The Direct Sound headphones have the advantage that being passive they require no batteries and also they do not introduce the white noise hissing sound of the Koss phones. Also, the Direct Sound phones reduce all frequencies, while the active cancellation phones tend to reduce mostly the low-frequency rumbling-type noise. Overall the Direct Sound phones do a much better job of cancelling all frequencies of ambient noise.My wife loves these headphones and now even uses them while watching movies at home because she says she can hear the dialog much better.The Direct Sound phones are definitely a bit bigger than the typical noise cancellation phones, but the superior results overcome the inconvience of the larger size.Because we mostly use…

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