• Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black
  • Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black
  • Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black
  • Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black
  • Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black
Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black
Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black
Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black
Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black
Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black

Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones, Black

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  • Foldable Design for Easy Compact Transport
  • Tightly-Stitched, Padded Headband and Ear Pads for Stylish Comfort
  • Closed-Back Dynamic Design with Clean Sound, Rich Bass Response and Crisp Highs
  • Snap-on 1/8" (3.5mm) to 1/4" (6.3mm) Adapter

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You won't find better headphones anywhere near this price. I use these on a Fender amp for guitar practice and they work and sound great. I can only compare them to one other set of headphone, a 3 year old set of Sennheiser that cost about $70 at the time, and these sound every bit as good with good high and low range. I wear them for about 60-90 minutes at a time over glasses with no problems, though at the end the glasses are beginning to get a bit uncomfortable. Without glasses I imagine I could wear them for 2-3 hours without problems. I wear a 7 3/4" hat, so I don't exactly have a tiny head and these are still very comfortable. I thought I might have to upgrade the cushions, but for now I see no reason. I have no idea how durable they will be - time will tell. They are not noise cancelling, of course, which is great because I can hear Youtube guitar lessons as ambient sound while I'm playing the guitar through the headphones, without having the computer speakers much louder than "normal". In contrast, virtually no sound leaks out of the headphones, so my wife only hears the non-amplified guitar sounds and the normal sound out of the computer, which combined is fairly nominal "noise". For those reasons, these are perfect for guitar practice. Trivial, but they also look pretty nice and blend in as studio-like equipment with my amps, microphones, stands, cables etc. 5These are great headphones for the price. I've had these headphones for about a year now and they still hold up. They're great for the price, audio quality is nice and the plastic build surprisingly stands the test of time and pretty good on comfort as well. I bought some brainwavz large ear pads to replace the original pads since they were so thin and the headphones to tend to be a bit tight in the beginning (they loosen up quite a bit over time). But even with that very small bit of tightness in the beginning they're still way more comfortable than headphones I've purchased in the past that squeezed to the point of giving me a headache within 15 mins, these never even came close to applying that much pressure to one's noggin. Over all great purchase. Would recommend to anyone looking for a great pair of headphones on a budget. 5These survived being dragged on the interstate for 30 minutes This review is more based on the durability of these things than audio or structure etc. (both are fine, especially considering the price). I had a bad morning the other day, nothing was going right. I closed the door to my car and didn t realize my headphones had fallen out. They were DRAGGING outside the car for about 30 minutes IN THE RAIN. I had no idea until I looked down and saw a cord with no headphones. I wasn t expecting them to even be there or functional, if not from the physical damage then from the water. BUT THEY WERE. Cord in tact, not damaged. The cushions are ripped and the plastic on one side is obviously scratched. But the left ear is somehow perfectly normal. The right speaker became kind of detached but muffled sound still comes through. I changed the balance to compensate, and the bass doesn t come through much anymore... but I really can t complain considering the abuse they went through. I m really impressed. My previous headphones were Beats and, although the audio quality is undeniably better, they were a plastic piece of junk. Three separate head bands broke simply from putting them on my big head and I finally said screw it and decided to put the money it costs to repair the Beats toward these. The only reason I m replacing them is because the rainwater is stuck in the cushions and it s mildewed. But wow wow wow, I m shocked that $20 headphones could survive that. 100% buying a replacement pair. 5Amazing Headphones at the price Tascam says they designed these phones with professionals in mind, and it seems to be true. They actually do have an admirably clear and linear response curve suitable, I think, even for studio mixing work. Somewhere I read that Tascam set out to build a $100 headphone set for about 1/3 the price, and I think they more than succeeded. The flat response bests every other headphone set I have, including some pretty expensive Sennheisers and Sonys. In fact, the Sony MDR V6s - my previous "reference" headset - sound rather bass deficient and anemic next to these. They are also light and sufficiently comfortable to wear (although not as comfortable as the Sonys) and I like the long (3m) straight cord rather than having a heavy coiled cord tugging at my head. My only criticism is that with the cups fitted properly over my ears the headband is not in contact with the top of my head, but is standing off about 1/2 inch higher, even set to its shortest position setting. This is unusual for me. Surprisingly though this does not seem to cause any problems, and the phones stay put just fine. I think I'll actually order a second set while this deal lasts. 5Do not buy if you have a smallish head or if you go outside ever I have a slightly small head, not to the point where people notice that I have a small head, but to the point where normal sunglasses look weird and bug-eyed on my face. These headphones are way too big for me, even at the smallest setting. The ear cups sit on the top of my ears, and the bottom of the cups are just hanging freely, not pressed against the side of my head, completely negating the "closed back" aspect of these headphones. Seriously, the sound leakage is so bad that in order for the sound not to leak, I had to turn my podcast down to the point where I could barely hear it. Also, the cord is *ludicrously* long. I get that that might be nice for use in a studio, but these headphones and are advertised as good for portable use. A literally ten-foot-long cable that you have to stuff into your pocket into order to not trip over is NOT portable in the slightest. I'm returning these. 2Painful to wear Good god, these hurt my ears. I don't have particularly large ears or anything either. Wearing them immediately felt uncomfortable at best, but after just 10 minutes of use my ears and head began to ache. The sound quality is pretty good for the money though.7.5/10 sound0/10 comfortablity6/10 plastic quality and durability 1DOA They're wrapping the cables too tightly AT the jack...it's severing the wires internally. Literally no audio on my first plug in, right out of the box. We all know you can't spend $20 and get quality...but TASCAM needs to TALK TO THEIR PRODUCTION LINE because they're literally killing their own products. 1GREAT CANS at 10x the price! Advise putting a pair of your fave pads for max blowyourmind listening comfort...(: Put a pair of your favorite comfy overear pads (I did Brainwavz HM5s) on these cans and you will be REALLY GLAD you did!... These 50mm sound pushers put out GREAT sounds... bassmidshighs are all there in abundance!.... equalize to taste and you are in for the best bangforthebuck sonic experience anyone has EVER had... for what, $17.50...?! .... and I really love my SONY MDR-V900/V600s, but regardless of price, these are GREAT headphones... I am in no way affiliated with TASCAM, and DID NOT receive these free for a review... after reading reviews and GOOGLEing them I thought WTHeck, what is there to loose?.... again, recommend putting a pair of nice pads on these, and you wil be blown away!...Cheers...(: 5Excellent for the money I have a desk job but also have the freedom to jam to some tunes while working, so I usually end up wearing headphones for around 4 hours per day. I've been through countless sets of earbuds that didn't fit well, and a set of noise cancelling headphones that unfortunately bit the dust and I couldn't afford to replace.I decided to try another set of over the ear headphones, and shopped for quite awhile and settled on these based on a combination of price and good reviews.I listen to a pretty broad range of music, from heavy metal, rock and roll, classic rock, to some bluegrass, classical, and occasionally some rap/hip hop. The only music I don't listen to is contemporary country music (I'll listen to old school country music once in awhile), so I get a pretty broad range of sounds to sample.These headphones do a great job reproducing the sound I expect in all different types of music. The bass is sufficient to reproduce the lows of heavy metal music and the beat in rap/hip hop music. The mids are fairly even and clear, and the highs are not fatiguing. For symphony music, you can really hear all sections and distinguish the full range of instruments clearly - in some cases I've heard parts I hadn't noticed with other headphones. Overall I'd rate sound reproduction as excellent, considering the cost.For fit, they are probably good for most. I have a slightly large head, and they do feel a bit tight on my head. As such, I can get a little tired of wearing them after a few hours, and I'll need to take them off for a bit. The size of the cushions that go over the ears could be just slightly thicker - I do feel that a little additional padding would be good, to hold the speaker farther out from the ear, as part of my ear rubs the cloth that covers the plastic speaker grille inside, and can get sore after a few hours.Longevity wise, I've been using them for 8 months and they're still going strong.For the money, these are definitely a "buy" in my book. Wouldn't hesitate to buy them again. 4Worked great. 100%.....now 50% A good set of headphones at a decent price. They sound great and are very comfortable... after a year and half one of the earphones stopped working. I took it apart and saw that one of the very thin wires came off the solder connection. It was earphone #2. In other words...the wire from the jack goes into an earphone. I'll call that earphone #1. It was the other one that broke. I followed the wire where it leads into earphone #2 and it seems securely in place...I can't see how any stress on the wire at the other end could possibly have any effect on the solder connection on the opposite earphone. I think it was a bad solder connection, and as I'm not equipped to do soldering, I'm ordering anothet set of earphones....this time from a different manufacturer. Hey, stuff happens, the new ones might bite the dust sooner, who knows. 3
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You won't find better headphones anywhere near this price. I use these on a Fender amp for guitar practice and they work and sound great. I can only compare them to one other set of headphone, a 3 year old set of Sennheiser that cost about $70 at the time, and these sound every bit as good with good high and low range. I wear them for about 60-90 minutes at a time over glasses with no problems, though at the end the glasses are beginning to get a bit uncomfortable. Without glasses I imagine I could wear them for 2-3 hours without problems. I wear a 7 3/4" hat, so I don't exactly have a tiny head and these are still very comfortable. I thought I might have to upgrade the cushions, but for now I see no reason. I have no idea how durable they will be - time will tell. They are not noise cancelling, of course, which is great because I can hear Youtube guitar lessons as ambient sound while I'm playing the guitar through the headphones, without having the computer speakers much louder than "normal". In contrast, virtually no sound leaks out of the headphones, so my wife only hears the non-amplified guitar sounds and the normal sound out of the computer, which combined is fairly nominal "noise". For those reasons, these are perfect for guitar practice. Trivial, but they also look pretty nice and blend in as studio-like equipment with my amps, microphones, stands, cables etc. 5These are great headphones for the price. I've had these headphones for about a year now and they still hold up. They're great for the price, audio quality is nice and the plastic build surprisingly stands the test of time and pretty good on comfort as well. I bought some brainwavz large ear pads to replace the original pads since they were so thin and the headphones to tend to be a bit tight in the beginning (they loosen up quite a bit over time). But even with that very small bit of tightness in the beginning they're still way more comfortable than headphones I've purchased in the past that squeezed to the point of giving me a headache within 15 mins, these never even came close to applying that much pressure to one's noggin. Over all great purchase. Would recommend to anyone looking for a great pair of headphones on a budget. 5These survived being dragged on the interstate for 30 minutes This review is more based on the durability of these things than audio or structure etc. (both are fine, especially considering the price). I had a bad morning the other day, nothing was going right. I closed the door to my car and didn t realize my headphones had fallen out. They were DRAGGING outside the car for about 30 minutes IN THE RAIN. I had no idea until I looked down and saw a cord with no headphones. I wasn t expecting them to even be there or functional, if not from the physical damage then from the water. BUT THEY WERE. Cord in tact, not damaged. The cushions are ripped and the plastic on one side is obviously scratched. But the left ear is somehow perfectly normal. The right speaker became kind of detached but muffled sound still comes through. I changed the balance to compensate, and the bass doesn t come through much anymore... but I really can t complain considering the abuse they went through. I m really impressed. My previous headphones were Beats and, although the audio quality is undeniably better, they were a plastic piece of junk. Three separate head bands broke simply from putting them on my big head and I finally said screw it and decided to put the money it costs to repair the Beats toward these. The only reason I m replacing them is because the rainwater is stuck in the cushions and it s mildewed. But wow wow wow, I m shocked that $20 headphones could survive that. 100% buying a replacement pair. 5Amazing Headphones at the price Tascam says they designed these phones with professionals in mind, and it seems to be true. They actually do have an admirably clear and linear response curve suitable, I think, even for studio mixing work. Somewhere I read that Tascam set out to build a $100 headphone set for about 1/3 the price, and I think they more than succeeded. The flat response bests every other headphone set I have, including some pretty expensive Sennheisers and Sonys. In fact, the Sony MDR V6s - my previous "reference" headset - sound rather bass deficient and anemic next to these. They are also light and sufficiently comfortable to wear (although not as comfortable as the Sonys) and I like the long (3m) straight cord rather than having a heavy coiled cord tugging at my head. My only criticism is that with the cups fitted properly over my ears the headband is not in contact with the top of my head, but is standing off about 1/2 inch higher, even set to its shortest position setting. This is unusual for me. Surprisingly though this does not seem to cause any problems, and the phones stay put just fine. I think I'll actually order a second set while this deal lasts. 5Do not buy if you have a smallish head or if you go outside ever I have a slightly small head, not to the point where people notice that I have a small head, but to the point where normal sunglasses look weird and bug-eyed on my face. These headphones are way too big for me, even at the smallest setting. The ear cups sit on the top of my ears, and the bottom of the cups are just hanging freely, not pressed against the side of my head, completely negating the "closed back" aspect of these headphones. Seriously, the sound leakage is so bad that in order for the sound not to leak, I had to turn my podcast down to the point where I could barely hear it. Also, the cord is *ludicrously* long. I get that that might be nice for use in a studio, but these headphones and are advertised as good for portable use. A literally ten-foot-long cable that you have to stuff into your pocket into order to not trip over is NOT portable in the slightest. I'm returning these. 2Painful to wear Good god, these hurt my ears. I don't have particularly large ears or anything either. Wearing them immediately felt uncomfortable at best, but after just 10 minutes of use my ears and head began to ache. The sound quality is pretty good for the money though.7.5/10 sound0/10 comfortablity6/10 plastic quality and durability 1DOA They're wrapping the cables too tightly AT the jack...it's severing the wires internally. Literally no audio on my first plug in, right out of the box. We all know you can't spend $20 and get quality...but TASCAM needs to TALK TO THEIR PRODUCTION LINE because they're literally killing their own products. 1GREAT CANS at 10x the price! Advise putting a pair of your fave pads for max blowyourmind listening comfort...(: Put a pair of your favorite comfy overear pads (I did Brainwavz HM5s) on these cans and you will be REALLY GLAD you did!... These 50mm sound pushers put out GREAT sounds... bassmidshighs are all there in abundance!.... equalize to taste and you are in for the best bangforthebuck sonic experience anyone has EVER had... for what, $17.50...?! .... and I really love my SONY MDR-V900/V600s, but regardless of price, these are GREAT headphones... I am in no way affiliated with TASCAM, and DID NOT receive these free for a review... after reading reviews and GOOGLEing them I thought WTHeck, what is there to loose?.... again, recommend putting a pair of nice pads on these, and you wil be blown away!...Cheers...(: 5Excellent for the money I have a desk job but also have the freedom to jam to some tunes while working, so I usually end up wearing headphones for around 4 hours per day. I've been through countless sets of earbuds that didn't fit well, and a set of noise cancelling headphones that unfortunately bit the dust and I couldn't afford to replace.I decided to try another set of over the ear headphones, and shopped for quite awhile and settled on these based on a combination of price and good reviews.I listen to a pretty broad range of music, from heavy metal, rock and roll, classic rock, to some bluegrass, classical, and occasionally some rap/hip hop. The only music I don't listen to is contemporary country music (I'll listen to old school country music once in awhile), so I get a pretty broad range of sounds to sample.These headphones do a great job reproducing the sound I expect in all different types of music. The bass is sufficient to reproduce the lows of heavy metal music and the beat in rap/hip hop music. The mids are fairly even and clear, and the highs are not fatiguing. For symphony music, you can really hear all sections and distinguish the full range of instruments clearly - in some cases I've heard parts I hadn't noticed with other headphones. Overall I'd rate sound reproduction as excellent, considering the cost.For fit, they are probably good for most. I have a slightly large head, and they do feel a bit tight on my head. As such, I can get a little tired of wearing them after a few hours, and I'll need to take them off for a bit. The size of the cushions that go over the ears could be just slightly thicker - I do feel that a little additional padding would be good, to hold the speaker farther out from the ear, as part of my ear rubs the cloth that covers the plastic speaker grille inside, and can get sore after a few hours.Longevity wise, I've been using them for 8 months and they're still going strong.For the money, these are definitely a "buy" in my book. Wouldn't hesitate to buy them again. 4Worked great. 100%.....now 50% A good set of headphones at a decent price. They sound great and are very comfortable... after a year and half one of the earphones stopped working. I took it apart and saw that one of the very thin wires came off the solder connection. It was earphone #2. In other words...the wire from the jack goes into an earphone. I'll call that earphone #1. It was the other one that broke. I followed the wire where it leads into earphone #2 and it seems securely in place...I can't see how any stress on the wire at the other end could possibly have any effect on the solder connection on the opposite earphone. I think it was a bad solder connection, and as I'm not equipped to do soldering, I'm ordering anothet set of earphones....this time from a different manufacturer. Hey, stuff happens, the new ones might bite the dust sooner, who knows. 3
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