Superlux HD330 Semi-Open Dynamic Monitor Headphones
About the Superlux HD330 Semi-Open Dynamic Monitor Headphones
The HD330 is a semi-open dynamic headphone suitable for most kinds of music. The accurate sound profile and comfortable headband make the HD330 the perfect headphone for both the music enthusiast and the professional recording engineer. With a carefully tailored frequency response and enhanced bass, the HD330 offers a bass punch and excellent clarity of sound with a natural and balanced character. Soft earpads and adjustable, sliding earpieces, together with a single-sided connecting cable, ensure listening comfort during long-term use.
The HD330 headphones are semi-open, which gives it an open and airy feel. These are the best Rock headphones you'll find under $100.
- Dynamic, semi-open headphones
- Enhanced bass
- Natural and well-balanced sound profile
- Ultra-detailed high and mid-range reproduction
- Durable headband construction with optimized pressure
- Single sided cable
The Tech Features
Type: Dynamic, Semi-Open
Frequency Response: 10-30,000Hz
Max Input Power: 100mW
Rated Impedance: 150 Ohms
Connector: 3.5mm with 6.3mm screw-on adaptor
Dynamic HeadphonesBy: Martin Hatton on 27 October 2020As the name suggests these Headphones are simply Dynamic. As have been all the products purchased from Artist Guitars. Wonderful.
Great valueBy: Adam on 7 September 2020These headphones are warmer & have better bass extension than my sennheiser 565s. Upper midrange can be a little harsh but EQing it up a bit at around 3.5KHz relieves that. Sound better with desktop amp, though 1v phone output gives sufficient volume in most cases. Clamp is fierce. TL;DR great value.
HeadphonesBy: Grant on 19 August 2020My old headphones that I've had for over a decade decided to die I always thought they were great so I scoped the net and not thinking about checking artist guitars first but found a set on your site 1/2 the price of my original set this product is awesome
Love emBy: Johno on 29 July 2020Im no music expert listener, I just got these as I know from experience, I aint a kid and used to see Cold Chisel and Aussie Crawl live when they were pub acts, higher ohm phones sound better than the run of the mill 32s. Using these on my LG phone to listen to my favourite tracks, great. Adjust the equalizer to suit and these are worth every cent. Hear here and there these lack this, dont have that, they must 1 not have any audio adjustment and 2 think a 59 bucker will kick a multi hundred buck set. Hey, these are just 59 buckers people! But, these punch well and truly above their weight class for sure and im glad I came across them in my web search for higher ohm phones. Great value for money and comfortable to wear. Thumbs up. And thanks Artist Guitars for getting them to me so super quick.
With mods compete with anything under $800By: Jason P Jackson on 17 October 2019Forget mixing or monitoring with these out of the box. Like most budget cans there is an upper midrange suck out which exposes the bass and treble. Modern pop recordings such as Radiohead sounds too bright. However. Velour and vinyl replacement ear pads reduced the bass. Then 3mm of cotton felt cut into a circle and placed in front of the drivers and you have a serious set of headphones. My usual cans are Massdrop Senn hd 65x which are supurb and these are very close. The only difference is slight lack of bass control on some recordings. Otherwise outstanding.
Stellar set of headphones that punch well above thBy: Adam Clarke on 25 April 2018I wasn't sure what I was expecting with a brand name like "Superlux". These are clearly modeled after the Beyer dynamic DT-770's. Having said this the build quality is quite good for a set of can in this price range, or any range for that matter. The metal frame that holds the cups are sturdy. While the cups seem to be plastic it does seem solid and doesn't feel like plastic. The ear cups have soft plastic pads that feel comfortable and the headband can be replaced and removed with metal button clips. They do feel quite comfortable but the ear pads could be removed and replaced with the velour grey cups that fit the DT770's. The provided pads feel quite comfortable. The curled cord is long enough to be a couple of feet away from the device your using. I've been using this with a smartphone in my pocket with no problems. Comes with a 3.5mm jack and a screw on adapter to use with a 5mm headphone input. While the jack is large there was enough clearance for it fit around the input on my phone case. These headphones have an impedance rating of 150 written on the side so may require a fair bit of use to drive, but I tested them on a few devices and had no trouble driving them. Using these on a LG V20 with a quad-dac they sounded phenomenal. It sounds quite open and a with a bit of separation between the frequencies. The bass frequencies sound quite deep but still fairly detailed highs and mids. I found listening to a wide range of music through these very enjoyable with the separation and wideness a feature. I have a set of Audiotechnica M50x's and I greatly prefer these for music listening and the Superlux HD-330s are my new favorites. To get a comparable sound with other manufacturers offer you'd be looking to spend 3 to 4 times what these go for. I was blown away with the sound these give. Highly recommended.
Nice cans.By: Trevor on 13 April 2018For a small price, these do well as simple monitoring cans. They don't have a long lead, so I wouldn't be wanting to use them over a large distance. But in saying that, for close up monitoring/mixing, these are well suited. Have had several expensive sets and these are pretty responsive and give a nice clear reproduction. I wouldn't want much more than these for use in a simple recording/monitoring application. Well priced and well made. Thanks AG.
Very nice headphonesBy: ANDREY on 21 February 2018AK4497 DAC and Shiit Magni Uber as a setup. Nice pair of cans, clearly modelled after Beyerdynamics DT line. Not far off in both build and sound quality (mind you, Beyerdynamics DT are EXCELLENT cans). Nice, open, detailed sound, good fit but beware if you have a large head, max settings aren't too big. Biggest problem is probably cable - not particularly stellar cable at that. One star off for it, but great headphones otherwise.