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Phiaton MS400 Headphones Review
By: Rich Smith
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    Greetings, my fellow audiophiles. Itís been some time since Iíve had the opportunity to review some quality headphones, and the MS-400 headphones from Phiaton that I have my hands on should not disappoint. Read on as I dig into these items and see how well they perform.

    I'll not hide the fact that I was quite excited to receive these headphones for review.  Being the CTO of Ziff Davis Enterprise definitely keeps me busy, and it's been awhile since I've been able to give any product a thorough run-through, let alone a quality pair of headphones.

    As always, before digging into the product, I hit the website to find the technical specifications:

    MS400 - From the Moderna Series

    • Studio grade 40 mm Electrodynamic Drivers
    • Impedance: 32 Ohm
    • Sensitivity: 98 dB
    • Max input power: 1,000 mW
    • Weight: 6.5 oz / 185 g without cord

    With these additional features:

    • Carbon fiber enclosure for high quality audio
    • Optimized airflow delivers concert hall sound quality
    • Close-ear design promotes greater noise reduction

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