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Master & Dynamic - MH30 On-Ear Headphones - Gunmetal/Black Leather

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Enjoy clear sound produced by 40mm high performance drivers with these Master & Dynamic headphones. The ear pads are made with memory foam and lambskin to keep you comfortable during long listening sessions, and their foldable structure makes them easily portable. These Master & Dynamic headphones are made from anodized metal for durability.

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Overview

What's Included


  • 1.25m cable with remote and mic (iPod, iPad, or iPhone)
  • 2.00m standard cable
  • 6.3 mm to 3.5 mm gold-plated adapter
  • Canvas headphone case
  • Leather cable box
  • Master & Dynamic MH30 On-Ear Headphones

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
91% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (38 out of 42)

Features


On-ear design

For comfort during extended listening sessions.

3.5mm connector

Offers flexible connection options.

Microphone and in-line controls

Enable easy operation and adjustment of volume and other functions.

40mm drivers

Deliver powerful sound.

32 ohms impedance

To efficiently conduct power.

Anodized aluminum exterior

Along with memory foam earpads for stylish looks and durability.

Stainless steel components in all high strain areas

Create uncompromised durability and reliability.

Folding design

Easily slips into a bag for convenient carrying.

Premium grain leather headband with lambskin interior

Provides comfort during extended listening sessions.


Customer rating

4.6
91%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

3.8

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    RIDICULOUS

    Posted
    TheTechNugget
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    When I write up any sort of documentation at work—perhaps some technical project documentation or a powerpoint slide deck—I think often about my boss who insists on the “rule of 3’s” when it comes to lists. 3 is his go-to number when trying to come up with any sort of explanations or examples of something; a list of 3 is not too long, not too short, and easy to complete (see what I did there)? I probably use the rule of 3’s in my reviews more frequently than I realize. I have a rule of 3 when it comes to the must-have array of bluetooth speakers—so it seems only fitting to review my rule of 3 around the must-have array of headphones. So, without further ado, here it is: * Basic earbud with inline mic - for every day use, generally less expensive, comfortable to the point you forget about them, and usable in most places. * Studio headphones - for musical, or cinematic (or both), adventures; they are your lounging headphones for when you want to zone out in your media. * Wireless - for the gym, yard work, house work, etc. All headphones I acquire have to be rated into one of these categories…and I have a new possible entry for studio headphones with the Master & Dynamic MH30’s. Before we get into the performance—I want to first emphasize a couple of things. First—these are not budget-friendly headphones. You might find them on sale, but you’ll be dropping three bills on these in most cases. They are true high-end headphones, and everything about the experience screams quality. The unboxing is the best experience; the box itself smells much like it comes from a very high-end shoe store, is extremely sturdy and simple to open. Inside the box you find the stunning headphones and a nice cylindrical leather case for cable storage…and it is real leather. There’s also a nice paper insert indicating just how high end these headphones are: “We design and build products utilizing the finest components and the most durable, luxury materials to ensure decades of use.” Decades? The notion of a piece of tech I get in 2017 serving me for decades is a bit foreign to me, but I guess only time will tell. So, I don’t need to go on about this I don’t think—but these things are gorgeous. A clean design, extremely solid build quality and feel; anodized (not painted) metal; lambskin ear cushions…these headphones are beautiful. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, they also fold flat and can be stowed in the provided soft pouch (which also smells heavenly) for easy portability. And although the carrying case has an odor profile that competes with newborn babies, I would have liked to see a hardshell case for these. Alright, so solid build and design—check. How’s the sound? God-like, or at least the closest thing this side of heaven. Keep in mind, I have an array of headphones and earbuds with price tags that hover from $50 to $250, so the premium audio market is not one that I have a ton of experience with. But, I can distinguish the difference even in the narrow price range of most of my gear. The MH30’s are clearly on another level. As a point of comparison, I briefly owned Bose’s QC35 ANC headphones and had to return them due to the ANC being so good they caused motion-sickness (it’s a real thing—Google it). The QC35’s were in the $350 price range when they were released, and from an audio quality perspective they were nothing compared to the MH30’s. Never before have I experienced headphones with this level of accuracy and crispness at all frequencies—lows, middles AND highs—regardless of volume. At full volume, the MH30’s outperform any audio equipment I’ve tested. All things being equal, it’s important to point out that the MH30’s are not over-ear headphones like the QC35’s, nor do they have any noise-canceling; they do, however, do an extremely good job of providing noise isolation thanks to the magnetic lambskin-coated ear cushions and rotating ear cups that will adjust to your ears. In terms of comfort, they are definitely not what the QC35’s (or even my significantly less expensive V-Moda Crossfade LP2’s) offer, but those comparisons are both against over-ear headphones. I point this out because you have to know what you’re getting into with on-ear headphones; by design, they will be less comfortable because they’ll push on your ears, while over-ear headphones will generally not touch your ears at all. That said, as I mentioned before—the rotating ear cups allow for a good tight fit on your ears without too much pressure—and these can be worn with some repositioning for hours without too much wear fatigue. From a features perspective, the MH30’s are a bit constrained in that they are wired headphones—no noise canceling, no bluetooth; however, both the right and ear cups have a 3.5MM headphone jack that can provide both input AND output. So, if you prefer your wire going into the right cup over the left, you can switch it without reversing the headphones. And, regardless of what cup is receiving the input, the other cups headphone jack serves as an output to another set of headphones, allowing for easy sharing of your music to a nearby friend with wired headphones. I really appreciate that Master & Commander innovated here and provided a built-in audio splitter without the need to carry extra adapters. In terms of competition, let’s call these headphones entry-level premium on-ear headphones. As I’ve mentioned already, they outperform the likes of Bose’s QC35’s in terms of frequency balance; they have a more full sound profile than my Sennheiser 598SE’s and they can equal V-Moda’s Crossfade LP2’s bass output without being as loud. On almost every account they outperform my entire collection of buds and headphones, wired and wireless. If I’m being honest—$300 is a pretty good price to pay for something that can perform at that level. But in order to truly compare these to any other gear, you have to listen to them. After my first encounter with these—I told my wife that “never before have I had come so close to an emotional experience listening to headphones.” In spite of my opinion of the value the MH30’s offer, these headphones are not for everyone. First and foremost, if you are not in the “on-ear” headphone camp, consider passing. I personally don’t care much for on-ear headphones, but the performance of these have certainly opened my eyes to Master & Dynamics over-ear headphones, although those start at $399 and go up from there. And under normal circumstances, I’d steer anyone away from these who doesn’t have an audiophile’s ear—the folks who can’t really distinguish the difference in audio quality between $50 headphones and $250 headphones—but I really think even those less-discerning ears will appreciate the sound quality of the MH30’s. For those with less flexibility in their monthly budget, it may be difficult to spend $300 on anything—and there are very few products that I think of as truly being worth saving for. The MH30’s are an exception to that; this is something you want to tuck money away for. They sound amazing, are made with very high quality materials, and are designed to be handed down to others. So I think it’s pretty clear how I feel about these headphones. These earn “Five Stars” in my eyes with seemingly little effort, but every bit of the experience seems carefully planned out by Master & Dynamic. And, I’m looking forward to doing a little of my own money tucking so I can get my hands on some of their over-ear headphones. At the end of the day, the MH30’s provide more than audio playback—they instead focus on providing a user experience that is not something you get with your average pair of headphones.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Well built. No plastic parts. Sounds great.

    Posted
    APCHouston
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    This would be my 8th set oh headphones and I had originally wanted MH40. Unfortunately, because of the shape of the MH40's ear pads I got the MH30 which felt better on my head and ears. the clamping pressure is perfect. This thing will not get loose and play off your head even if you're actively moving about. It cones with 2 fabric covered cables which are surprisingly soft and won't tangle. The sound is solid with a slightly boosted bass but not bad, the midrange and highs are laid back. These are what I would call fun headphones. If you want neutral headphones this is not for you. Although these are very efficient and can be driven easily by most smartphones assuming you have a headphone jack, it even sounds better when you use a headphone amp with it. The bass becomes solid and fast and the decay is also wonderful. Using headphone amp opens up the soundstage of these headphones. The best thing about it was I got them when BestBuy was offering these at 50% for a weekend and with my points I ended up paying just over $100 for them. One of the best purchases I've had at BestBuy. One Caveat. Make sure you check the box if you order online. I picked up my order from the local BestBuy and when I got home the box was missing the headphones. Fortunately for me that since I ordered it online they order sticker was on the box. Basically the box was missing the plastic sealed wrap when I got it and the sticker was on the box itself. But after going back to the store, they happily exchanged it with brand new sealed one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very, Very Nice On-Ear 'Phones!

    Posted
    Wraith
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    I have owned a lot of headphones in my day. I have owned and used everything from the old cruddy earbud that came with old AM radios to top of the line planar magnetics. I was a practicing audiophile for years with all the debt that entailed but now I'm a recovering addict! I sold all my high end gear and decided that I need to just be happy with good instead of always chasing 'Oh my GOD!'. I will say, there is something sublime about listing to some artists on some top-notch gear and hearing the little breaths they take between lyrics and it sounds like they are whispering right in your ear. It is amazing and gives you goosebumps sometimes and I love it but you will go broke chasing it and the perfect rig is not very portable. In addition, modern music has been so 'perfected' and digitalized that there is very little character to discover in the spaces. With that being said, I still appreciate a nice set of 'cans' and the Master & Dynamic are very nice in their sound quality and especially in their styling. I have the gunmetal edition and they are very sharp. They are also built like a tank. There is no plastic and the leather is real leather and not the artificial protein leather that you find on other 'phones. You know right when you open the box that you are getting something special with the leather cord case and stylish box. Now packaging can make garbage look nice but it makes a thing of beauty even nicer and lets you know the the team and M&D are taking this seriously. If you are an audiophile or heck, even just an admirer of headphones, you will immediately think that these come from some lineage related to Grado since they look like the rich, beautiful cousin to their line of headphones. Grado is a phenomenal brand to be compared to but many of the headphones that are in the same price range as the MH30s have a ton of plastic and plain old foam earpads. The Grado similarities don't just end at aesthetics, they also are similar in comfort (at least as far as the headband goes). Both are a tad light on padding for the headband and while it isn't too bad for a relatively short listening session (less than 2 hours), I could not go all day with these without adding an aftermarket wrap-pad or some serious breaks. To be fair, I have kind of a pointy head and my natural padding (hair) has thinned significantly so take my discomfort with a grain of salt. That being said, the rest of the headphone is very nice in terms of comfort (earpads, spacing, etc.). So now I should probably talk about what these things were intended for, listening to music. I tend to prefer a pretty neutral headphone and I would call these a neutral-warm headphone. It makes them great for acoustic, rock, country, and those kind of genres. Classical or Jazz fans may not like these and they are definitely not bass heavy so they probably would not satisfy people who like R&B, dance, or hip-hop. Fortunately my music collection spans a wide range but focuses on 60's to 90's rock and the MH30's suit that pretty well. There is not a lot of isolation but I wasn't expecting much since they are on-ear and not over-ears. Also, they are a bit 'closed' sounding, but again that was expected since they are solid backed and not open but that helps with sound leakage and a bit of extra oomph to the bass. All-in-all, I am extremely pleased with these headphones. While many people still balk at paying this kind of money for headphones, these are actually worth it. They will probably last forever (try saying that about a pair of Beats), have replaceable parts, sound great, and are pretty comfortable. They aren't cheap but they are actually worth the price you pay and not just because they have a certain name on the headband. Something to be said about quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent On-Ear Headphones

    Posted
    AjTrek
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    I want to provide a real life review/comparison of the Master & Dynamic MH30’s (M&D MH30). As the owner of a set of Bowers & Wilkins P5’s (B&W P5) I can give you a personal experience as to how I believe two comparable products match up. I’ll start with a specification/feature comparison that indicates which I believe to have a slight advantage. If no such mention is made then IMO there is no meaningful difference. Drivers: 40mm Freq. Response: B&W P5 = 10Hz-20kHz/ M&D MH30 = 5Hz-25kHz (M&D-MH30) Impedance: B&W P5 = 22 ohms / M&D MH 30 = 32 ohms (B&W P5) Sensitivity: 108db Weight: B&W P5 = 195gm / M&D MH 30 = 260gm (B&W P5) Premium Build: Yes Detachable Cables: Yes Inline Phone Controls: Yes Daisy Chain Listening: M&D MH30 Foldable Flat: Yes Foldable Compact: M&D MH30 Removable/Replaceable Ear Pads: Yes Hi-Res Audio: No Bluetooth: No Noise Isolating: Yes Noise Cancelling: No Carrying Pouch: Yes 2 Year Warranty: Yes The build quality of both the M&D MH30 and the B&W P5 is outstanding. No plastic here. One should get years of use out of either. The packaging is top notch for both…suggesting a premium product. Aesthetically, while both phones can be had in basic metal and black leather the B&W P5’s are more visually subdued in design. The M&D MH30’s are unique in their adjustment application. The sliding pole adjustment for the cans give the appearance of small antennae on either side of your head when viewed up-close. That said the M&D MH30’s are not going to draw attention from a mile away as does another manufacturer with some outlandish bright color. The M&D MH30 design IMO can be worn by any age. Although the M&D MH30 is a bit heavier --the on-ear clamping is less noticeable. The B&W P5’s to me are bit tight. I should note that no on-ear phone has the comfort level of over-the-ear phones. Also, as many professional reviews have stated the M&D MH30’s may not be for those with a large or oddly shaped head. How a headphone sounds is very subjective. Here’s my comparison of the B&W P5 vs. the M&D MH30. The M&D MH30 has a tighter base and goes deeper (see frequency response). The high end of the M&D MH30 is more detailed without being tin-like. The payoff IMO is a mid-range for the M&D MH30 that lets vocals come across clearly and not sound muted. I mainly listen to Jazz and R&B and both sound excellent. In all fairness the B&W P5’s deliver a pleasing sound as well, I just prefer the M&D MH30’s. The M&D MH30 has a slightly higher impedance than the B&W P5 (32 ohms vs 22 ohms). However, the M&D MH30’s will work well with your portable device (cell phone/MP3 Player/iPod) not requiring a DAP to power them. Another trick that the M&D MH30’s allow is the ability to connect (daisy chain) a second pair of phones via the included cable without the phone controls to share your tunes with a friend. The M&D MH30’s also score higher on portability; in that the cans can be folded into the head band for a really compact fit. In closing if you are going to do an A/B comparison of the Master & Dynamic MH30’s do so with a comparable product. I own a set of $800 Hi-Res phones and the M&D MH30’s are nowhere near the sound quality. For the record Hi-Res generally means the phones are cable of hitting the upper frequency range of 40kHz vs the 25kHz of the M&D MH30’s. If you’ve never worn on-ear phones before you may want to start with a less expensive set to get accustom to the fit. At the very least make sure the retailer offers a liberal return policy of at least 15 days. If your budget allows the Master & Dynamic MH30’s should be on your short list for an on-ear phone

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Wired Headphones

    Posted
    Lerotz
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    I want to get my only issues with the headphones out of the way. I personally don't care for on ear headphones and they are somewhat uncomfortable on my ears and I don't like that. As my primary drivers I use a set of Sony MDR-1000X and at just 50 bucks more I still prefer those over Master & Dynamic's version, but they do trade blows in some aspects and that's why I will still recommend them. Sony's are Bluetooth and also have support for Hi-Res Audio. That's a great perk. Sony's headphones are also noise cancelling actively, and while Master & Dynamic's passive noise cancellation is among the best I've seen it's still not as good as active. Master & Dynamics headphones however do not require a battery in order to enjoy the full benefit of their headphones and that makes them a great portable companion although Sony's have an extraordinarily long battery. In terms of audio quality I would say if you prefer a heavier bass then go with Sony's implementation, but Master & Dynamic really nailed it in terms of mids and treble. They sound fantastic and I was testing them with several types of music. The build quality on the Master & Dynamic I would also argue is better being made entirely of a strong construction of steel and tough leather they just feel very premium. It is also reassuring that I can remove the headphone pads can be removed and cleaned. The instruction manual was detailed about everything about cleaning and maintaining to even having information about not harming your long term hearing. It was truly quite amazing and they clearly care about their customers. The headphone accessories are also very nice they include a magnetic carrying case and the audio cables which are removable also come in what feels like a fake leather case, but is really nice. It also includes the adapter if you want to use them on a airplane. They should be a strong contender if you are wanting a very good set of wired headphones.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Magnificent

    Posted
    JustBeingHonest
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    Prior to receiving these headphones for review, I had never heard of Master & Dynamic before so you could say that I had no expectations. All I know is that the retail would be expected to be around $300 or so, and therefore I had a general idea of the market for which these were aimed. I must say, from the beginning of the package opening, to the very pleasing experience of hearing the music, M&D makes the owner feel very elegant and very satisfied with the quality and craftsmanship of these headphones. To me, no piece of these headphones feels cheap at all. In fact, M&D’s literature states that each pair of headphones is “hand-assembled to meet our strict criteria for materials, finishes, fabrication and sound.” While many companies could probably claim something like this, I can clearly see, feel, and hear the quality in every part of these headphones. I consider myself an audiophile. I may not be extreme, but I listen to a lot of different types of music and really like to appreciate it through the quality of good sound systems. With that in mind, I put these to the test and listened to every genre possible. What sticks out the most, is the clarity of voices and mids and treble. The sound is VERY crisp and clean, especially when listening to high definition or high quality audio. The bass is really nice too, even on bass-oriented songs. However, these are definitely solid all-around. While I’m not a big fan of “on-ear” headphones, these are super comfortable, even when I wore them for a prolonged period of time (1hr or more). The ear pads are memory foam and they are detachable for easy replacement. The headphones fold for easy storage and M&D even includes a very nice bag to store them in. Another cool feature is that each headphone has an audio jack, so you can insert the cable into whichever side you prefer. Additionally, the other side can be used to share your audio with another set of headphones. Even the audio cables included are very high quality. M&D states that because of their materials, these headphones are designed “to last decades.” After thoroughly testing these, I can say that I fully believe that these would last me a long, long time. My only minor complaint is that these headphones seem to be made for slightly smaller heads because my head is somewhat large (but not excessively) and I had it on the largest adjustment and it barely fits my ears the way I want. It really wasn’t a huge deal, but one that I’d like to see addressed in the future. Either way, I’d HIGHLY recommend these for anyone.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great sound and Fantastic Quality

    Posted
    callmeageeth
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    These headphones are hands down the highest quality headphones I've ever come into contact with. I've always worn Bose and while they sound great in their own right and are quality products, they don't touch the design and machining of Master and Dynamics. It sounds silly, but I couldn't help but gawk at them when I pulled them out of the box. The materials are first class, including premium cowskin leather and braided cables. The 3.5mm audio cable has a long (almost too long) cable and included with the package is a nice quality travel bag (more on that in a second) and a nice circular box to hold the cable itself (although this box doesn't have much utility to me, it is a nice addition). The ear cushions are extremely nice and comfortable. The sound quality is crisp and punchy. Vocals are extremely clear. I'm absolutely no audio guru, I'll just say they sound great. The bass doesn't punch like Beats or other brands, but that's okay for me. That's probably a function of the fact that these are on ears versus over ears cups. I found these headphones to be comfortable during short sessions, but I did notice a pain in my ears after taking them off following a long flight. I think the headband is a little tight and I'm hoping it will "loosen" up after wearing it some more. But it wasn't bad enough that I wouldn't recommend these headphones. The biggest drawback is that it's 2017 and it seems that every headphone maker is going to Bluetooth which these do not. This isn't a big deal to me because I only want Bluetooth headphones when working out and when I'm listening with these headphones I generally have my phone in my pocket. I also have some concerns with traveling with them. The aforementioned carry bag offers no protection from crushes, only scratches. These headphones don't fold up, I woudl describe them as folding flat. So I would be careful when traveling with them. For my old pair of Bose QC35, they came with a hard shell case that allow me to stuff them in my bad without worry. Maybe I could throw these in my bag and they'd be okay (I'm generally careful with my things) but I'm too concerned about damaging them given their price. This is just something to keep in mind depending on how often you travel and how you travel. If you are looking for a high quality reference headphones to truly appreciate your music (it makes streaming music sound great, versus high quality audio files) then these are a great choice. They are impeccably made. Hands off to the audio engineers at Master and Dynamics.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    great looking, good (but not great) sounding

    Posted
    bd43274
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    headphones are of course largely subjective to a certain degree. some prefer accurate reproduction, some prefer more ‘excitement’ in their sound, others like heavier low end and some will prefer mids or highs. at the end of the day, a review has to pick one area and give an all around score in my opinion. i personally tend to prefer a more exciting and engaging sound, balanced in all spectrums with neither too much of any given frequency pushing forward (maybe just a tad more V shaped than “flat”). with that in mind, here’s my take on these headphones. the good: -beautiful craftsmanship. the design and build quality are superb in my opinion. -compact design, actual speakers rotate toward and fold flat for case storage or just for sitting around your neck. -on ear design, ear pads are lush and comfortable. after stretching out the headband a bit, i found them quite comfortable for longer listening sessions. -2 included cables, one shorter for mobile phone use, one longer for home use. -small, hard case for cables included. the bad: -no included hard case for headphones themselves. while the included bag is nice, it’s not very protective. however, the headphones do seem to be built like a tank, so perhaps not a huge negative. -for those with larger head sizes, these will not fit. i would consider mine fairly average, and with the yoke fully extended, they just barely fit. a bit more extension room would be nice to fit larger head sizes. could be good or bad, depending on your taste: -sound quality - recessed treble, but otherwise very warm and full of body. for lovers of brands like Beats, these would absolutely be a step up in listening quality. the lack of treble leads to essentially zero fatigue on long listening sessions, but to me still feels like a bit of detail in the music could be lost as a result. depending on your taste in music and in headphones, this may not be a deal breaker for you. -bass is nice and tight, very punchy without feeling overwhelming or muddy. overall: quite nice headphones, but personally i would’ve preferred slightly dialed up treble to compete a bit more with the mids and bass.

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars with 4 reviews

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The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about reliability, soundstage, comfort and bass quality. Editors are less positive about noise isolation. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 88/100 = Very good quality.
  • cnet.co.ukSteve Guttenberg on May 23, 2018
    Master & Dynamic MH30 headphones: Built to last and sound great
    With its forged aluminum ear cups, steel headband and real leather padding, the Master & Dynamic MH30's robust build quality is rare at its price.Full Review
  • Pocket-lint (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Mike Lowe on February 23, 2018
    Master & Dynamic MH30 review: Exquisite sound with a design to match
    If you're looking for on-ear headphones with exquisite sound and a design to match then the Master & Dynamic MH30 make a fine choice. There's noFull Review
  • TechRadar (UK)Rating, 3.5 out of 5Lewis Leong on February 22, 2018
    Master & Dynamic MH30 review
    Stunning build quality and fun, bass-heavy soundFull Review
  • PCMagRating, 4 out of 5Tim Gideon on February 26, 2015
    Master & Dynamic MH30
    The on-ear Master & Dynamic MH30 headphones offer rich, balanced, and clean audio performance in an eye-catching—and expensive—design.Full Review



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