Yamaha RH3CItem ID: RH3C
Closed Circumaural Headphones with Padded Headband, Collapsible Design, 8' Cord, and 1/8"-1/4" Adapter
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Great-sounding, Affordable Headphones from Yamaha!Yamaha RH3C stereo headphones sound great in the studio, at home, or on the road. Equipped with pro-quality components, RH3C headphones give you the deep bass and clear high end musicians, engineers, and producers demand. The noise-reducing closed-ear design helps to isolate the sound, allowing you to concentrate on what you're hearing, rather than having to deal with sonic distractions from the outside. An 8' coiled cord, padded collapsible headband, and 1/4" adapter are also included with the affordable, impressive-sounding Yamaha RH3C headphones.
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Yamaha RH3C headphones are a great-sounding, affordable, and comfortable way to enjoy music!
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Reviewsbased on 5 reviews
by Ernest Holman from Havelock, NCIt's very nice.
March 13, 2013
Music Background: Hobbyist (Bass)
Great cans for the price
by Mickey B fromI have several sets of these in the studio for tracking, and clients love them. Comfortable, lightweight, great sound, and very affordable.
November 1, 2011
by Saul from Atlanta,GAI tried these and chose them over some serious competition from Semhiser,Sony etc...The sound from these headphones can best be described as pure and natural...no overly base sound here.
January 25, 2011
Music Background: Hobbyist
Yamaha RH3C - Cheap and Sounds Cheap...
by Human For Now from Seattle, WAI saw a review video for these headphones and the guy said he thought these headphones were great (Good bass response), but I'm suspicous of the review.
August 29, 2009
Music Background: Consumer
Pros: photogenic construction.
C... read more [+]ons: 1) not very comfortable
2) coiled cable is stiff and does not stretch
3) bass is weak.
4) Need to turn up the volume to get the same
level of sound as my SONY MDR-CD380.
5) My other headphones have a spacious "Hall"
effect, and this is a "room". close [-]
by george from NCthey sounded o.k and were pretty comfortable but they broke after about 2 months. the plastic cracked that held on of the ear pieces to the headset. i didnt abuse them or drop them ever. they just sat... read more [+] in the corner behind my drums and went straight from my head to the table. i guess i could have duct taped them back but still. save ur money and get some Ultrasone. they sound, look, and feel good. plus they have MU-metal in them to protect your head from magnetic waves. close [-]
June 29, 2008
Music Background: engineer, pro musician
Mike, Cheney, WA