Pioneer SE-MHR5 Portable Headphonessearch

Pioneer SE-MHR5 Portable Headphones

Pioneer SE-MHR5 Portable Headphones

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Received my set just now. Very nice packaging and luxurious design. Sound wise, bass still quite tight and high freq reasonable. Comfort wise, not suitable for big heads, my head size consider normal size for a 1.73m guy but the cans have already extended to the max. Will let them run in.
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It would be nice to know how this one compares to HD25 or HD1, K181DJ, VModa M80, Beyer's Custom i/Street, ATH-ES700 or ESW9, or Grado SR125.
BTW, did anyone else find this a little odd: "Due to escalated shipping rates, shipping to the non-contiguous US is not available for this drop. Any orders from Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and other American territories will be cancelled." considering that international shipping is available?
For anyone else wondering: these are supra-aural (on-ear) rather than over ear, and many reviewers seem to have found them uncomfortable to wear for extended periods.
Jaggi
This is the information I was hoping someone said or I was going to ask.. i dont think it sais this in the description, or I missed it.
Is the jack into the headphone cup 3.5 mm, like V-Moda? Or smaller like Sennheiser portables?
PDC3
3.5 with a locking structure.
These have great sound, particularly balanced. The bass goes really deep and they have good soundstage for a closed back. I was very impressed by these. My only issue is the fit. It’s very off. They are also small.