Holiday Gifts Collection Massdrop Exclusives, Grab ‘Em While You Can

Holiday Gifts Collection Massdrop Exclusives

Last minute shoppers, if you are still on the hunt for the perfect gift for that audiophile in your life, there’s still another option for you. Holiday Gifts Collection Massdrop Exclusives.

Holiday Gifts Collection Massdrop Exclusives, Grab ‘Em While You Can

Get them (or yourself) something exclusive by grabbing a limited edition headphone off the Holiday Gifts Collection Massdrop Exclusives page. The following drops are still active. Beat the timer, get a can, and call yourself the real MVP this holiday.

Holiday Gifts Collection Massdrop Exclusives – Massdrop x HiFiMAN HE4XX Headphones

This drop ends tomorrow, on the 21st! this is an uber affordable planar headphone modeled after HiFiMAN HE400. The open-back cans feature HiFiMAN’s “Focus-A hybrid ear pads: the best-feeling, best-sounding pads the company has to offer.” It has a beautiful exclusive midnight-blue colorway and matte finish which is said to be soft to the touch and resistant to fingerprints. The headphones deliver on the detailed and accurate response of HiFiMAN headphones reaching a frequency response range between 20Hz-35kHz on an impedance of 35 ohms. HiFiMAN HE4XX cost $169.99. Estimated ship date is Dec 29, 2017.

Holiday Gifts Collection Massdrop Exclusives – Massdrop x Fostex TH-X00 Ebony Headphones

This headphone is a true beauty for the bass loving audiophile. This glossy, closed-back headphone will be on sale until tomorrow 12/21. While this headphone looks similar to the Mahogany or Purpleheart, it makes good on them with an extended bass response. As Massdrop writes, “The mids are more present with a smoother transition into the upper mids. As for the high frequencies, while the original Mahogany has a peak at 9 kHz, the Ebony (to an even greater degree than the Purpleheart) reduces that area, leaving the 10 kHz+ region to sparkle without any harshness.” Nice! Ebony reaches a frequency response between 5Hz-40kHz on an impedance of 25 ohms using 50mm drivers. Fostex TH-X00 Ebony Headphones cost $499.99. Estimated ship date is Dec 26, 2017 PT.

Holiday Gifts Collection Massdrop Exclusives – Massdrop x Focal Elex Headphones

Coming at your from the makers of Utopia, Elear, and Clear comes a special Massdrop collab. The Elex, modeled after the highly sought after Elear, it features a Focal frame but offers a sound signature more like The Sennheiser HD 650. It’s perforated earpads are comprised of microfiber which brings the bass down to a “-3dB above neutral, compared to the 5 to 10 dB of the Elear,” explains Massdrop. The black-on-black headphone also features a black headband comprised of the same breathable microfiber. Elex includes two short cables (XLR and 1/4 inch) for more versatility. Elex reaches a frequency response of 5Hz to 23kHz on an impedance of 80 ohms using 40mm dynamic drivers. Elex is $799.99. This drop ends 12/31. Estimated ship date is Apr 30, 2018.

Holiday Gifts Collection Massdrop Exclusives – Massdrop x Sennheiser HD6XX Headphones

The HD6XX is one of the most popular headphones on Massdrop so grabbing this baby would be clutch before the timer is up. The Massdrop x Sennheiser HD6XX collab, based off of the HD 650, doesn’t affect the sound signature. These open-back cans deliver a relaxed presentation, with a balanced midrange and natural-sounding bass. Aesthetically, this headphone upgrades the HD650 frame to a modern, all-black frame. It also includes a detachable 6-foot cable (compared to the original’s 10-foot cable) and a ⅛-inch plug, which is more versatile for everyday laptop, phone, and DAP use than the standard ¼-inch plug. Of course, the HD 6XX comes with a ¼-inch adapter for those who want it. Sennheiser HD6XX cost $199.99. This drop ends 12/28. Estimated ship date is Mar 28, 2018.

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