Most headphones are relatively straightforward. They're usually built around a simple metal or plastic frame, have leather or pleather ear pads, and if you're lucky, are comfortable. Hopefully they sound good, too. What they aren't, usually, is bendable or droppable. Nor do they have Kevlar-coated cables, steel frames, or military-level testing.
That's exactly what makes the M-80's so unique. That military testing certainly means they're durable, but with a $230 price tag, you would hope they sound great, too.
- On-ear noise isolating headphones
- 40mm dual-diaphragm drivers
- Two detachable Kevlar-wrapped headphone cables - a 3-button and a 1-button, both with 24k gold 45° plugs
- Flexible steel headband, brushed aluminum cans
- Microfiber suede covering the headband, memory foam on the headphones
- Hard rubberized carrying case
- They sound absolutely fantastic.