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DJ Deep on the Phonon 4000

"The Phonon 4000 headphones are priceless in my opinion as they are
very dynamic, loud and "bass-friendly" for dj use in clubs, while at
the same time they are very tight and precise in their sound
definition allowing producers to work on Music production while on the
road as a real pro monitoring référence tool "

DJ Deep

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Resident Advisor review of the 4000

the Phonon 4400 are the new 4000s

Mark Smith, Resident Advisor

The 4000s' true strengths are its sound, price and portability, making them ideal for travel and casual usage.

A huge part of the reason why the 4000s are easy to wear is the way they sound. The low-end is rich without feeling woofy or unnatural, and the soundstage is refreshingly wide for an enclosed model.

In an effort to get a rough idea of the 4000s' frequency response curve, I A-B tested them against the 770s using Sonarwork's (highly recommended) headphone calibration plug-in, which effectively flattens the 770's hyped top-end and scooped low-mids. The comparison emphazised even further the 4000s' wide soundstage, which felt vivid and 3D while remaining faithful to the parameters of the production

I also compared the 4000s with AIAIAI's TMA-2 and Sennheiser's ubiquitous HD-25s, while running vinyl through Rane's MP2015 mixer. It was here that I got a clearer sense of the 4000's strengths. While the TMA-2 and HD25 were more in-your-face, you also had a far greater sense of how they were colouring the music, even to the point of it feeling claustrophobic. The 4000s in comparison felt a lot more genuine, clean and open, with a more satisfying sense of velocity, making them a joy to use for long periods. The low-end in particular has a sense of vitality and air about it that's fairly unusual for a headphone in this price bracket.

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