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Yamaha RH3C Stage & Studio Headphones - Closed Reviews

4.0 stars based on 7 customer reviews
  • Cuitlahuac Murillo
    from December 23, 2013Music Background:
    Sound Designer

    yamaha Headphones Monitors

    Super confortable, good sound, i love it!

  • Ernest Holman
    from Havelock, NC March 13, 2013Music Background:
    Hobbyist (Bass)

    Very.good

    It's very nice.

  • Mickey B
    from November 1, 2011

    Great cans for the price

    I have several sets of these in the studio for tracking, and clients love them. Comfortable, lightweight, great sound, and very affordable.

  • Saul
    from Atlanta,GA January 25, 2011Music Background:
    Hobbyist

    Great Sound

    I 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.

  • Jeff
    from May 8, 2015

    Recording Gear

    I purchased Steinberg's Cubase Pro 8 recording software (boxed), Nektar's Impact lx88 controller keyboard (Studio One Artist included), Yamaha RH3C Stage and Studio Headphones, Soundcraft Signature Series 12MTK Mixer w/built-in-audio interface (on waiting list for this item), a few Hosa USB cables, an external power supply for the controller keyboard, a couple sets of electric guitar strings (D'Addario EXL 110 Nickel Wound Light Gauge), and a mixer bag for the Soundcraft Signature12 MTK, mixer. (SKB Universal Equipment/Mixer Bag- 18" X 18" X 5").

    It took 3-4 days for UPS to get to my house. All the items were very nicely and properly packaged. Nothing broken, nothing missing! I give God all the glory. I thank God for the people of Sweetwater, each one of them. They take the time to remember you as the customer, as if it were they themselves!!!!

    I am not a professional. I am a hobbyist. I made a huge leap when going in this direction to attempt to learn more about and engage in, recording. I really like Steinberg's setup/layout/etc. This is what sold me more than anything else. It is pretty easy but still there is more to this program than I understand right now.

    I do not like the idea that customers pay large dollars for programs and equipment but the manufacturer wants to cut expense on providing an actual physical manual. I DO NOT enjoy looking at a computer screen and scrolling through tons of PDF documents to find what you need. It is time consuming and very draining on your energy levels!

    Technical support had to be used and I found that experience very interesting and rewarding. Andrew and Paul got the problems figured out and solutions were put into motion. Thank you guys. I'll have to use this service again! VERY MUCH A PLUS compared to how else a person might go about things.

    My thanks for ALL of the help of Matt McKibble, my sales engineer. There was a lengthy process of listening to me and then waiting for me to explore each possibility that I could choose from. Matt would give me time to think through and write down my plan. Very understanding and patient. No pressure!
    Especially when I would re-consider certain options. Eventually after all we discussed, I was able to make a wise and worthwhile decision that best fit my needs. Thank you again Matt!

    I learned about Sweetwater through a friend who I got to know while in college. He built a professional recording studio and helped me to get some basics down. He ordered for me a pair of Mackie HR824 studio monitors and a Tascam 864 minidisc recorder......along with a Kawai Q80 ex. It was through this experience and the reputation of this music company called Sweetwater that I have decided to make another music purchase to update and upgrade to more current standards, etc.

    My experience with Sweetwater and it's people have been great. You would benefit the same!

  • Human For Now
    from Seattle, WA August 29, 2009Music Background:
    Consumer

    Yamaha RH3C - Cheap and Sounds Cheap...

    I 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.
    Pros: photogenic construction.
    Cons: 1) not very comfortable
    2) coiled cable is stiff and does not stretch
    easy.
    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".

  • george
    from NC June 29, 2008Music Background:
    engineer, pro musician

    not durable

    they 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 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.

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