ThieAudio Is Attempting Once more, After The Poor Reception Of Their Phantom
The ThieAudio Wrath headset is sharp wanting, with a CNC-processed stainless-steel headband and body, coupled with a fake leather-based suspension band, and delivery with leather-based, velour and microfiber ear pads you’ll be able to swap between. These planar magnetic headphones provide a frequency response vary of 20 Hz–40 kHz, a sensitivity of 101 dB/mW and a complete impedance of 23 Ω. In contrast to many different comparable headsets it makes use of a twin 2.5m jack as an alternative of the extra frequent 3.5 TRS connection, outputting to a 4.4 mm TRRS jack.
TechPowerUp examined out the ThieAudio Wrath and one of many first issues they seen is that the development made them assume extra of a semi-closed headset reasonably than a full open backed one. While you swap out the pads, there’s a strip of hook-and-loop fasteners to cope with. That makes it simpler to swap pads however when you don’t line them up appropriately there can be a niche which may impact the bass efficiency negatively. You may get a full have a look at the vary response within the full overview.
Ultimately, these could be a good set of headphones aside from one factor, at a value of ~$550 there are higher options on the market for the same or cheaper price.