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Muy buen producto PERO llegó sin el adaptador que se supone viene incluido. Los uso en una Roland PD1 y el volumen no es tan alto como me hubiera gustado, aunque es muy claro y con bajos bien definidos. Recomendable.
Absolute pants! I purchased these to upgrade from my Sennheiser which I use on my Roland TD30KV drums. The sound of the Roland headphones is all high end sound. Lacking clarity from the bass. Just total rubbish. I hated them. I tried a few different settings and kits but all sounded like I was playing in a metal tube. I have gone back to my Sennheiser phones for the time being until I find something else to replace them with.
I bought these as a replacement for some BOSE AE2 headphones. I loved the BOSE but now they are really only available wireless and as I need them for piano practice I don't want any delay in the sound reaching my ears. The BOSE headphone were lightweight and extremely good. I bought the Roland ones as they have a (very long) wire and with Roland also making pianos I thought they would be a good fix. These headphones are very good, lightweight and with a much louder volume than my old BOSE ones. I would recommend them if you have a digital piano and need headphones to wear for long periods. All in all a very good purchase and not too expensive either in the scheme of things.
I have been using a cheap pair of Intempo headphones with my Roland drums for some time but in a fit of extravagance I decided to splash out on these rather expensive headphones, not really expecting to notice too much difference in sound quality. I was wrong. The high-hat, ride and crash are brighter and the bass is deeper, with an overall better quality of sound. Whether that improvement in sound quality is sufficient to justify the extra expense, I'm not sure yet. The cable is plenty long enough for my needs, which means I can dispense with the extension lead, and the fit is comfortable, although I wouldn't want to wear them for too long. Overall, I am pleased with them and impressed.
I only wear them for brief intervals to troubleshoot signals on the theatre’s sound desk where I work, so they don’t really get a chance to be uncomfortable... but they cover the ears well (even on my oversized bonce); I’ll be less annoyed if these go missing or get trodden on, rather than forking out for a more expensive set! Recommended.
I was almost put off by some negative comments by others. Some people will find fault with anything, they must have supersonic ears to hear technical faults coming from the the projection of the V-Drums through this head set. To me it is crystal clear and very comfortable on the head and ears. Highly Recommended!
Bought these based on the price and the Roland brand for my sons V drums. Within 2 days and 3 hours of use the left head phone failed to work. So I have returned these and I received a full refund. Very disappointed. Would not recommend that anyone purchases these. I will look at alternative brands, and hope for better reliability.
Good set of headphones which i use with my Roland digital piano. It does get uncomfortable (warm) on the ears after practising for a while -- but i guess thats good -- to avoid practice sessions that are too long.
if you are looking for top top quality sound for your ears, whether that be thru' your piano, macbook or iphone, these ar the bomb. i do wear have them on a great deal and if there was a negative and im looking hard for one here, i do feel a 'little' moisture around my ears when i take them off - but then i have them on sometimes for 60 minutes at a time - hope this helps someone