Technics RP-F350 review

Tough 'phones, but there's a lack of transparency and precision. An average performance that can be beaten for value. Tested at £30.00

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Our Verdict

Generally average performance that's easily beaten for value.

Well built and tough: just what you'd expect from a brand now best known for its DJ turntables. Comfort levels are also good, due to wide, well-shaped ear pads.

In action, the Technics are open and clear-sounding, with plenty of bass kick – they relish something hard-hitting, such as Nelly Furtado's Maneater.

However, put them up against talented, price-comparable rivals, and their shortcomings are easy to spot.

A lack of transparency and precision – as well as a failure to grasp rhythm tracks with conviction – results in a generally average performance that's easily beaten for value.

Specifications

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General Information

Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.panasonic.co.uk
Brand NameTechnics
Product TypeHeadphone
ManufacturerPanasonic
Manufacturer Part NumberRP-F350
Product NameTechnics RP-F350
Product ModelRP-F350

Technical Information

Sound ModeStereo
Minimum Frequency Response8 Hz
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Impedance20 Ohm
Cable Length3 m
Maximum Frequency Response27 kHz

Earpiece

Earpiece DesignOver-the-head
Earpiece TypeBinaural

Physical Characteristics

Form FactorCircumaural

Interfaces-Ports

Host InterfacePhono