Open, balanced and controlled - these cans deliver the goods
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The MM 60s look like Sennheiser's PX 100s with a mic/control unit attached.That's how they sound, too: open, balanced, controlled and detailed, with plenty of bass weight and depth.They're open-backed, so a little anti-social on the train or bus, but if that's not how you commute, their all-round listenability makes them an easy recommendation.
ForControlled, well-balanced sound; plenty of bass-weightAgainstA tad anti-social if you commute
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