Meizu HD50 headset review

Headphones are sold in a small black box made of quality cardboard. On the front side, the color options are indicated - white and black, on the reverse - brief technical characteristics and equipment, the frequency response curve is drawn on the side.

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

The package is rather hard to open. There is a plastic translucent insert inside, and below there is another package made of a material that does not allow liquid to pass through (I haven’t tested it, but theoretically it is so tight that water procedures are not afraid of “ears”).

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You get the HD50, a 6.5mm adapter and an air adapter, as well as a 1.2m cable with two 3.5mm plugs (the end that connects to the HD50 is marked in red) and a control system.

The cost is 5,990 rubles.

Appearance

I can't say that the headphones made a special impression on me. I have already seen a similar design somewhere, but it immediately became clear: the thing is of high quality and reliable.

Meizu HD50

There are two color options for sale: white and black.

Meizu HD50

In the first case, the headband and ear pads are light, and in the second, they are dark. Personally, I like white headphones: they look elegant, unusual and stylish, however, the material is a little less practical, since artificial leather is used. Black-colored headphones behave perfectly: no scuffs or dirty marks are visible.

Meizu HD50

The HD50 measures 185x175 mm and weighs a little - about 230 grams.

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

The manufacturer says that when creating the headset, they used the same materials as when designing flagship smartphones, that is, aluminum. This model has a matte finish. The cups, the inner part of the headband, the mechanism for fixing and turning the cups are made from it. Looks really interesting. Thin small concentric circles are applied to the outer side of the cups, an original effect is obtained in the light. One of the edges is polished. All elements are rounded, so the headphones do not cling to different objects in a backpack or briefcase, do not scratch other surfaces.

Meizu HD50

A little more about building the HD50 from the manufacturer:

“In order to make the headphones more durable, we use high-precision technology and powder metallurgy processes. The metal powder is sintered at constant high temperature and high pressure to obtain ear cups and pivots with superior mechanical and physical properties. After laser processing on CNC equipment, the headset has a metallic tint and a pleasant rough texture.

Meizu HD50

The design of the "ears" is foldable:

"The unique cross-axis design allows for optimum earcup position in three axes with 135°, 95° and 15° rotation."

On my small head, the headphones are not fixed very well despite the fact that I set the minimum size. You have to slightly tuck the cups, as it were, because of which they begin to put pressure on the earlobes. Tried to put the HD50 on the heads of my friends and relatives - basically everything is fine. In general, judging by the amount of space between the headband and the beginning of the attachment to the cups, it would be possible to shorten the arc a little more. Such things are too individual and depend, of course, on physiological characteristics - the shape of the head, ears, and so on.

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Includes a cable that needs to be connected to the HD50. One end is marked in red, it is inserted into the ear cup. The outer sheath of the cable is made of an environmentally friendly material resembling a soft touch (the wire does not get tangled). The core is made of 99.99% high purity oxygen-free copper. Copper cables are insulated with an individual protective sheath made of Kevlar. There are no welded joints in the cable, which reduces interference and improves sound quality.

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

Since Meizu HD50 is a headset, it has a control system and a microphone. This part is made of aluminum and looks impressive: a large block with large volume up/down and play/stop buttons. Their stroke is minimal, there is a quiet click sound.

Meizu HD50

At the end of the section, I will give the numbers of various tests of the Meizu HD50:

  • Toggle button 100,000 times
  • Cable bend 6,000 times
  • Headband extension 5,000 times
  • Lever 5,000 times
  • Ear cups 5,000 times
  • 1.5 m drop 12 times

Brief characteristics given by the manufacturer:

  • 32 ohm impedance
  • Speaker diameter 40mm
  • Frequency range 20Hz-20000Hz
  • Sensitivity 103 dB ± 3 dB
  • Microphone sensitivity -42 ± 3dB

Meizu HD50

In general, they are quite typical for almost all on-ear headphones. Another question is how they sound. Frankly, I'm not a great sound specialist, but I understand the nature of the HD50 (and other "ears" and music players) well. Many people think that it is advisable to “warm up” the headphones before an exact description (however, a controversial point), but they arrived to me already in this condition, for which many thanks to the previous reviewers.

Meizu hired professionals to tune the sound: the developers went to Japan and invited people who worked on the creation of B&O, Sennheiser, Denon and other world brands to the team.

“The Meizu HD50 uses unique microbiological fiber membranes, which, unlike paper and metal membranes, have better resolution. The soft TPU + PEEK composite film also has a certain amount of flexibility that makes any music, be it jazz, folk, or rock, balanced.

Meizu HD50

According to the manufacturer, the HD50 headset has a distortion rate of about 0.5%, which is comparable to headsets costing about 30,000 rubles. Below is the data.

“The HD50 uses cups with patented dual sound chambers. Their difference from most headphones is that the principle of flow compensation is used in the front cavity. The sound coming from the back chamber is fed back to the front chamber, which expands the channel and the sound becomes warmer.

The frequency response is shown on the box (conclusions are based only on the diagram): low frequencies of 20 - 100 Hz (peak at 50 Hz) are quite strongly raised - this indicates that the "bottom" will be transmitted better than all other frequencies; in the range of 200 - 1000 Hz there is a significant dip (I would do the same); rise at 2000 Hz and roll off in the mid-frequency range from 3000 Hz to 7000 Hz (a very strange decision to remove the strings and brass); then again an increase in the region of 15,000 Hz (quite reasonable, since the manufacturer highlights "Cycalls") and a sharp decline to 20,000 Hz.

Frankly, the frequency response is for an amateur , even so - for a fan of "bass" and "Cycals".

I've tested the Meizu HD50 with (then many reviewers like to list the coolest music players and different sound sources they never use in real life) Pro 5, Pro 6 and even with Highscreen Boost, but more often on PC (Asus Xonar DS) . In my (of course, subjective) opinion, the HD50 headset produces the sound that I described a little higher in terms of frequency response: no buzzing low frequencies (not the “low end” that the brain endures), a really slight dip in the mids, high ones do not cut rumor, those same “ringers” are present.

However, in general, I really liked the sound quality: maybe it is not as velvety as we would like, but definitely pleasant, closer to a tube, warm. The music is almost inaudible to others, which is also good (this is true in the subway).

There are no questions about the operation of the headset: the voice is transmitted clearly, the volume is high, the sensitivity is excellent, you are heard well.

Conclusion

The price of the Meizu HD50 headset is now about 6,000 rubles. It is definitely worth the money: at least pay attention to high-quality materials, the possibility of folding, a convenient design for turning the cups, and a very interesting soft sound. I definitely recommend taking a closer look at this model.

The only caveat: it is possible that the HD50 will not sit too comfortably on a small head.

Meizu HD50 headset review

Headphones are sold in a small black box made of quality cardboard. On the front side, the color options are indicated - white and black, on the reverse - brief technical characteristics and equipment, the frequency response curve is drawn on the side.

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

The package is rather hard to open. There is a plastic translucent insert inside, and below there is another package made of a material that does not allow liquid to pass through (I haven’t tested it, but theoretically it is so tight that water procedures are not afraid of “ears”).

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

You get the HD50, a 6.5mm adapter and an air adapter, as well as a 1.2m cable with two 3.5mm plugs (the end that connects to the HD50 is marked in red) and a control system.

The cost is 5,990 rubles.

Appearance

I can't say that the headphones made a special impression on me. I have already seen a similar design somewhere, but it immediately became clear: the thing is of high quality and reliable.

Meizu HD50

There are two color options for sale: white and black.

Meizu HD50

In the first case, the headband and ear pads are light, and in the second, they are dark. Personally, I like white headphones: they look elegant, unusual and stylish, however, the material is a little less practical, since artificial leather is used. Black-colored headphones behave perfectly: no scuffs or dirty marks are visible.

Meizu HD50

The HD50 measures 185x175 mm and weighs a little - about 230 grams.

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

The manufacturer says that when creating the headset, they used the same materials as when designing flagship smartphones, that is, aluminum. This model has a matte finish. The cups, the inner part of the headband, the mechanism for fixing and turning the cups are made from it. Looks really interesting. Thin small concentric circles are applied to the outer side of the cups, an original effect is obtained in the light. One of the edges is polished. All elements are rounded, so the headphones do not cling to different objects in a backpack or briefcase, do not scratch other surfaces.

Meizu HD50

A little more about building the HD50 from the manufacturer:

“In order to make the headphones more durable, we use high-precision technology and powder metallurgy processes. The metal powder is sintered at constant high temperature and high pressure to obtain ear cups and pivots with superior mechanical and physical properties. After laser processing on CNC equipment, the headset has a metallic tint and a pleasant rough texture.

Meizu HD50

The design of the "ears" is foldable:

"The unique cross-axis design allows for optimum earcup position in three axes with 135°, 95° and 15° rotation."

On my small head, the headphones are not fixed very well despite the fact that I set the minimum size. You have to slightly tuck the cups, as it were, because of which they begin to put pressure on the earlobes. Tried to put the HD50 on the heads of my friends and relatives - basically everything is fine. In general, judging by the amount of space between the headband and the beginning of the attachment to the cups, it would be possible to shorten the arc a little more. Such things are too individual and depend, of course, on physiological characteristics - the shape of the head, ears, and so on.

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В комплекте идет кабель, который необходимо подключить к HD50. Один конец обозначен красным цветом, он вставляется в чашку наушников. Внешняя оболочка кабеля выполнена из экологически чистого материала, напоминающего софт-тач (провод не путается). Сердечник сделан из бескислородной меди высокой чистоты 99,99%. Медные кабели изолированы индивидуальной защитной оболочкой из кевлара. В кабеле отсутствуют сварные соединения, благодаря чему уменьшаются помехи и повышается качество звучания.

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

Since Meizu HD50 is a headset, it has a control system and a microphone. This part is made of aluminum and looks impressive: a large block with large volume up/down and play/stop buttons. Their stroke is minimal, there is a quiet click sound.

Meizu HD50

At the end of the section, I will give the numbers of various tests of the Meizu HD50:

  • Toggle button 100,000 times
  • Cable bend 6,000 times
  • Headband extension 5,000 times
  • Lever 5,000 times
  • Ear cups 5,000 times
  • 1.5 m drop 12 times

Brief characteristics given by the manufacturer:

  • 32 ohm impedance
  • Speaker diameter 40mm
  • Frequency range 20Hz-20000Hz
  • Sensitivity 103 dB ± 3 dB
  • Microphone sensitivity -42 ± 3dB

Meizu HD50

In general, they are quite typical for almost all on-ear headphones. Another question is how they sound. Frankly, I'm not a great sound specialist, but I understand the nature of the HD50 (and other "ears" and music players) well. Many people think that it is advisable to “warm up” the headphones before an exact description (however, a controversial point), but they arrived to me already in this condition, for which many thanks to the previous reviewers.

Meizu hired professionals to tune the sound: the developers went to Japan and invited people who worked on the creation of B&O, Sennheiser, Denon and other world brands to the team.

“The Meizu HD50 uses unique microbiological fiber membranes, which, unlike paper and metal membranes, have better resolution. The soft TPU + PEEK composite film also has a certain amount of flexibility that makes any music, be it jazz, folk, or rock, balanced.

Meizu HD50

According to the manufacturer, the HD50 headset has a distortion rate of about 0.5%, which is comparable to headsets costing about 30,000 rubles. Below is the data.

“The HD50 uses cups with patented dual sound chambers. Their difference from most headphones is that the principle of flow compensation is used in the front cavity. The sound coming from the back chamber is fed back to the front chamber, which expands the channel and the sound becomes warmer.

The frequency response is shown on the box (conclusions are based only on the diagram): low frequencies of 20 - 100 Hz (peak at 50 Hz) are quite strongly raised - this indicates that the "bottom" will be transmitted better than all other frequencies; in the range of 200 - 1000 Hz there is a significant dip (I would do the same); rise at 2000 Hz and roll off in the mid-frequency range from 3000 Hz to 7000 Hz (a very strange decision to remove the strings and brass); then again an increase in the region of 15,000 Hz (quite reasonable, since the manufacturer highlights "Cycalls") and a sharp decline to 20,000 Hz.

Frankly, the frequency response is for an amateur , even so - for a fan of "bass" and "Cycals".

I've tested the Meizu HD50 with (then many reviewers like to list the coolest music players and different sound sources they never use in real life) Pro 5, Pro 6 and even with Highscreen Boost, but more often on PC (Asus Xonar DS) . In my (of course, subjective) opinion, the HD50 headset produces the sound that I described a little higher in terms of frequency response: no buzzing low frequencies (not the “low end” that the brain endures), a really slight dip in the mids, high ones do not cut rumor, those same “ringers” are present.

However, in general, I really liked the sound quality: maybe it is not as velvety as we would like, but definitely pleasant, closer to a tube, warm. The music is almost inaudible to others, which is also good (this is true in the subway).

There are no questions about the operation of the headset: the voice is transmitted clearly, the volume is high, the sensitivity is excellent, you are heard well.

Conclusion

The price of the Meizu HD50 headset is now about 6,000 rubles. It is definitely worth the money: at least pay attention to high-quality materials, the possibility of folding, a convenient design for turning the cups, and a very interesting soft sound. I definitely recommend taking a closer look at this model.

The only caveat: it is possible that the HD50 will not sit too comfortably on a small head.

Meizu HD50 headset review

Headphones are sold in a small black box made of quality cardboard. On the front side, the color options are indicated - white and black, on the reverse - brief technical characteristics and equipment, the frequency response curve is drawn on the side.

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

The package is rather hard to open. There is a plastic translucent insert inside, and below there is another package made of a material that does not allow liquid to pass through (I haven’t tested it, but theoretically it is so tight that water procedures are not afraid of “ears”).

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

You get the HD50, a 6.5mm adapter and an air adapter, as well as a 1.2m cable with two 3.5mm plugs (the end that connects to the HD50 is marked in red) and a control system.

The cost is 5,990 rubles.

Appearance

I can't say that the headphones made a special impression on me. I have already seen a similar design somewhere, but it immediately became clear: the thing is of high quality and reliable.

Meizu HD50

There are two color options for sale: white and black.

Meizu HD50

In the first case, the headband and ear pads are light, and in the second, they are dark. Personally, I like white headphones: they look elegant, unusual and stylish, however, the material is a little less practical, since artificial leather is used. Black-colored headphones behave perfectly: no scuffs or dirty marks are visible.

Meizu HD50

The HD50 measures 185x175 mm and weighs a little - about 230 grams.

Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50 Meizu HD50

The manufacturer says that when creating the headset, they used the same materials as when designing flagship smartphones, that is, aluminum. This model has a matte finish. The cups, the inner part of the headband, the mechanism for fixing and turning the cups are made from it. Looks really interesting. Thin small concentric circles are applied to the outer side of the cups, an original effect is obtained in the light. One of the edges is polished. All elements are rounded, so the headphones do not cling to different objects in a backpack or briefcase, do not scratch other surfaces.

Meizu HD50

A little more about building the HD50 from the manufacturer:

“In order to make the headphones more durable, we use high-precision technology and powder metallurgy processes. The metal powder is sintered at constant high temperature and high pressure to obtain ear cups and pivots with superior mechanical and physical properties. After laser processing on CNC equipment, the headset has a metallic tint and a pleasant rough texture.

Meizu HD50

The design of the "ears" is foldable:

"The unique cross-axis design allows for optimum earcup position in three axes with 135°, 95° and 15° rotation."

On my small head, the headphones are not fixed very well despite the fact that I set the minimum size. You have to slightly tuck the cups, as it were, because of which they begin to put pressure on the earlobes. Tried to put the HD50 on the heads of my friends and relatives - basically everything is fine. In general, judging by the amount of space between the headband and the beginning of the attachment to the cups, it would be possible to shorten the arc a little more. Such things are too individual and depend, of course, on physiological characteristics - the shape of the head, ears, and so on.

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В комплекте идет кабель, который необходимо подключить к HD50. Один конец обозначен красным цветом, он вставляется в чашку наушников. Внешняя оболочка кабеля выполнена из экологически чистого материала, напоминающего софт-тач (провод не путается). Сердечник сделан из бескислородной меди высокой чистоты 99,99%. Медные кабели изолированы индивидуальной защитной оболочкой из кевлара. В кабеле отсутствуют сварные соединения, благодаря чему уменьшаются помехи и повышается качество звучания.

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Since Meizu HD50 is a headset, it has a control system and a microphone. This part is made of aluminum and looks impressive: a large block with large volume up/down and play/stop buttons. Their stroke is minimal, there is a quiet click sound.

Meizu HD50

At the end of the section, I will give the numbers of various tests of the Meizu HD50:

  • Toggle button 100,000 times
  • Cable bend 6,000 times
  • Headband extension 5,000 times
  • Lever 5,000 times
  • Ear cups 5,000 times
  • 1.5 m drop 12 times

Brief characteristics given by the manufacturer:

  • 32 ohm impedance
  • Speaker diameter 40mm
  • Frequency range 20Hz-20000Hz
  • Sensitivity 103 dB ± 3 dB
  • Microphone sensitivity -42 ± 3dB

Meizu HD50

In general, they are quite typical for almost all on-ear headphones. Another question is how they sound. Frankly, I'm not a great sound specialist, but I understand the nature of the HD50 (and other "ears" and music players) well. Many people think that it is advisable to “warm up” the headphones before an exact description (however, a controversial point), but they arrived to me already in this condition, for which many thanks to the previous reviewers.

Meizu hired professionals to tune the sound: the developers went to Japan and invited people who worked on the creation of B&O, Sennheiser, Denon and other world brands to the team.

“The Meizu HD50 uses unique microbiological fiber membranes, which, unlike paper and metal membranes, have better resolution. The soft TPU + PEEK composite film also has a certain amount of flexibility that makes any music, be it jazz, folk, or rock, balanced.

Meizu HD50

According to the manufacturer, the HD50 headset has a distortion rate of about 0.5%, which is comparable to headsets costing about 30,000 rubles. Below is the data.

“The HD50 uses cups with patented dual sound chambers. Their difference from most headphones is that the principle of flow compensation is used in the front cavity. The sound coming from the back chamber is fed back to the front chamber, which expands the channel and the sound becomes warmer.

The frequency response is shown on the box (conclusions are based only on the diagram): low frequencies of 20 - 100 Hz (peak at 50 Hz) are quite strongly raised - this indicates that the "bottom" will be transmitted better than all other frequencies; in the range of 200 - 1000 Hz there is a significant dip (I would do the same); rise at 2000 Hz and roll off in the mid-frequency range from 3000 Hz to 7000 Hz (a very strange decision to remove the strings and brass); then again an increase in the region of 15,000 Hz (quite reasonable, since the manufacturer highlights "Cycalls") and a sharp decline to 20,000 Hz.

Frankly, the frequency response is for an amateur , even so - for a fan of "bass" and "Cycals".

I've tested the Meizu HD50 with (then many reviewers like to list the coolest music players and different sound sources they never use in real life) Pro 5, Pro 6 and even with Highscreen Boost, but more often on PC (Asus Xonar DS) . In my (of course, subjective) opinion, the HD50 headset produces the sound that I described a little higher in terms of frequency response: no buzzing low frequencies (not the “low end” that the brain endures), a really slight dip in the mids, high ones do not cut rumor, those same “ringers” are present.

However, in general, I really liked the sound quality: maybe it is not as velvety as we would like, but definitely pleasant, closer to a tube, warm. The music is almost inaudible to others, which is also good (this is true in the subway).

There are no questions about the operation of the headset: the voice is transmitted clearly, the volume is high, the sensitivity is excellent, you are heard well.

Conclusion

The price of the Meizu HD50 headset is now about 6,000 rubles. It is definitely worth the money: at least pay attention to high-quality materials, the possibility of folding, a convenient design for turning the cups, and a very interesting soft sound. I definitely recommend taking a closer look at this model.

The only caveat: it is possible that the HD50 will not sit too comfortably on a small head.

Meizu HD50 headset review

Headphones are sold in a small black box made of quality cardboard. On the front side, the color options are indicated - white and black, on the reverse - brief technical characteristics and equipment, the frequency response curve is drawn on the side.

The package is rather hard to open. There is a plastic translucent insert inside, and below there is another package made of a material that does not allow liquid to pass through (I haven’t tested it, but theoretically it is so tight that water procedures are not afraid of “ears”).

You get the HD50, a 6.5mm adapter and an air adapter, as well as a 1.2m cable with two 3.5mm plugs (the end that connects to the HD50 is marked in red) and a control system.

The cost is 5,990 rubles.

Appearance

I can't say that the headphones made a special impression on me. I have already seen a similar design somewhere, but it immediately became clear: the thing is of high quality and reliable.

There are two color options for sale: white and black.

In the first case, the headband and ear pads are light, and in the second, they are dark. Personally, I like white headphones: they look elegant, unusual and stylish, however, the material is a little less practical, since artificial leather is used. Black-colored headphones behave perfectly: no scuffs or dirty marks are visible.

The HD50 measures 185x175 mm and weighs a little - about 230 grams.

The manufacturer says that when creating the headset, they used the same materials as when designing flagship smartphones, that is, aluminum. This model has a matte finish. The cups, the inner part of the headband, the mechanism for fixing and turning the cups are made from it. Looks really interesting. Thin small concentric circles are applied to the outer side of the cups, an original effect is obtained in the light. One of the edges is polished. All elements are rounded, so the headphones do not cling to different objects in a backpack or briefcase, do not scratch other surfaces.

A little more about building the HD50 from the manufacturer:

“In order to make the headphones more durable, we use high-precision technology and powder metallurgy processes. The metal powder is sintered at constant high temperature and high pressure to obtain ear cups and pivots with superior mechanical and physical properties. After laser processing on CNC equipment, the headset has a metallic tint and a pleasant rough texture.

The design of the "ears" is foldable:

"The unique cross-axis design allows for optimum earcup position in three axes with 135°, 95° and 15° rotation."

On my small head, the headphones are not fixed very well despite the fact that I set the minimum size. You have to slightly tuck the cups, as it were, because of which they begin to put pressure on the earlobes. Tried to put the HD50 on the heads of my friends and relatives - basically everything is fine. In general, judging by the amount of space between the headband and the beginning of the attachment to the cups, it would be possible to shorten the arc a little more. Such things are too individual and depend, of course, on physiological characteristics - the shape of the head, ears, and so on.

Includes a cable that needs to be connected to the HD50. One end is marked in red, it is inserted into the ear cup. The outer sheath of the cable is made of an environmentally friendly material resembling a soft touch (the wire does not get tangled). The core is made of 99.99% high purity oxygen-free copper. Copper cables are insulated with an individual protective sheath made of Kevlar. There are no welded joints in the cable, which reduces interference and improves sound quality.

Since Meizu HD50 is a headset, it has a control system and a microphone. This part is made of aluminum and looks impressive: a large block with large volume up/down and play/stop buttons. Their stroke is minimal, there is a quiet click sound.

At the end of the section, I will give the numbers of various tests of the Meizu HD50:

  • Toggle button 100,000 times
  • Cable bend 6,000 times
  • Headband extension 5,000 times
  • Lever 5,000 times
  • Ear cups 5,000 times
  • 1.5 m drop 12 times

Brief characteristics given by the manufacturer:

  • 32 ohm impedance
  • Speaker diameter 40mm
  • Frequency range 20Hz-20000Hz
  • Sensitivity 103 dB ± 3 dB
  • Microphone sensitivity -42 ± 3dB

In general, they are quite typical for almost all on-ear headphones. Another question is how they sound. Frankly, I'm not a great sound specialist, but I understand the nature of the HD50 (and other "ears" and music players) well. Many people think that it is advisable to “warm up” the headphones before an exact description (however, a controversial point), but they arrived to me already in this condition, for which many thanks to the previous reviewers.

Meizu hired professionals to tune the sound: the developers went to Japan and invited people who worked on the creation of B&O, Sennheiser, Denon and other world brands to the team.

“The Meizu HD50 uses unique microbiological fiber membranes, which, unlike paper and metal membranes, have better resolution. The soft TPU + PEEK composite film also has a certain amount of flexibility that makes any music, be it jazz, folk, or rock, balanced.

According to the manufacturer, the HD50 headset has a distortion rate of about 0.5%, which is comparable to headsets costing about 30,000 rubles. Below is the data.

“The HD50 uses cups with patented dual sound chambers. Their difference from most headphones is that the principle of flow compensation is used in the front cavity. The sound coming from the back chamber is fed back to the front chamber, which expands the channel and the sound becomes warmer.

The frequency response is shown on the box (conclusions are based only on the diagram): low frequencies of 20 - 100 Hz (peak at 50 Hz) are quite strongly raised - this indicates that the "bottom" will be transmitted better than all other frequencies; in the range of 200 - 1000 Hz there is a significant dip (I would do the same); rise at 2000 Hz and roll off in the mid-frequency range from 3000 Hz to 7000 Hz (a very strange decision to remove the strings and brass); then again an increase in the region of 15,000 Hz (quite reasonable, since the manufacturer highlights "Cycalls") and a sharp decline to 20,000 Hz.

Frankly speaking, the frequency response is not for everyone, even so - for the lover of "bass" and "cycals".

Frankly speaking, frequency response for an amateur , even so - for the lover of "bass" and "tsikalok".

I've tested the Meizu HD50 with (then many reviewers like to list the coolest music players and different sound sources they never use in real life) Pro 5, Pro 6 and even with Highscreen Boost, but more often on PC (Asus Xonar DS) . In my (of course, subjective) opinion, the HD50 headset produces the sound that I described a little higher in terms of frequency response: no buzzing low frequencies (not the “low end” that the brain endures), a really slight dip in the mids, high ones do not cut rumor, those same “ringers” are present.

However, in general, I really liked the sound quality: maybe it is not as velvety as we would like, but definitely pleasant, closer to a tube, warm. The music is almost inaudible to others, which is also good (this is true in the subway).

There are no questions about the operation of the headset: the voice is transmitted clearly, the volume is high, the sensitivity is excellent, you are heard well.

Conclusion

The price of the Meizu HD50 headset is now about 6,000 rubles. It is definitely worth the money: at least pay attention to high-quality materials, the possibility of folding, a convenient design for turning the cups, and a very interesting soft sound. I definitely recommend taking a closer look at this model.

The only caveat: it is possible that the HD50 will not sit too comfortably on a small head.