Pioneer SE-M390 headphones review

Yes, another Pioneer headphone. It would seem - how many of them have already reviewed, but they still will not end. But there is nothing wrong with that, we will see further that the headphones are quite good.

Let's take a look at the already reviewed headphones of the company - well, a lot. These are both “regular” and “DJ” headphones (however, positioning is always conditional).

Now let's get down to the Pioneer SE-M390. Price - from 1,200 rubles, which is very little for "monitor" headphones. Let's see what the consumer gets for this money.

Packaging and accessories

Unfortunately, I got the headphones without packaging, only with an adapter for a "professional" 6.3 mm jack. But I found a photo of the packaging, it looks good - the headphones are immediately visible, the main characteristics are indicated.

The kit should also include a 1.5 meter extension cord. A strange decision, with the length of the wires of the headphones themselves 2.5 meters - but as it is.

Appearance and usability

Headphones are made of plastic, and they are not very well made - the cups attached to the headband creak, as well as the arcs of the headband itself. The plastic on the cups is glossy and perfectly collects fingerprints, but the headphones look quite impressive. In general, the SE-M390 looks good, modern - only build quality spoils the mood. Visually, the headphones are perceived rather expensive, in any case, more expensive than their price.

Only good things can be said about the fit - no headband adjustment is required, the elastic band itself adjusts to the head, and large ear cushions fit the ears - as a result, there is no fatigue after listening (even for a long time). Yes, the cups rotate a little around their axis - which also affects comfort. Noise isolation is so-so, even though the headphones are closed.

There are embossed letters L and R on the headband, quite visible in low light conditions. The cable is protected by a small cambric, it is non-replaceable. Length - 3.5 meters, in the kit, I repeat, there should be an extension cord (1.5 meters, although it would probably be more logical to do the opposite).

The headphones were tested with a Hifiman HM-801 player with a Game Card amplifier, using the Prime Test CD1 test disc.

The sound is bright, there is little bass - the SE-M390 is definitely not suitable for lovers of low frequencies. The emphasis is rather on the “middle” - the headphones play harshly, whistles are noticeable on the vocals. High frequencies, as well as low ones, are not enough - this is not fatal, but there is little pleasant in this either. In general, on the one hand, nothing bad can be said about the SE-M390 - it seems that there is a stereo panorama, https:/ /cars45.co.ke/listing/land_rover/discovery/1993 not very well written, but wide, and there is some kind of detail - but in general, the headphones are, so to speak, “C grade”. I can’t say that you enjoy listening to music - everything is painfully simplified.

Compatibility

The headphones played well with the iPhone 4, the volume margin was about half the scale. The sound is the same as with the Hifiman HM-801, except that it seemed to me that the sound became a little more even - but still not much changed.

Output

Pioneer SE-M390 can be found for 1,200 rubles, if you try. If you don’t try, then for 1,300-1,400 rubles. In my opinion, if you do not place high demands on headphones in terms of sound quality and at the same time like a comfortable fit, this is a good choice. I don’t know what will happen to the build quality of your copy - I recommend paying attention to this when buying.

Pioneer SE-M390 headphones review

Yes, another Pioneer headphone. It would seem - how many of them have already reviewed, but they still will not end. But there is nothing wrong with that, we will see further that the headphones are quite good.

Let's take a look at the already reviewed headphones of the company - well, a lot. These are both “regular” and “DJ” headphones (however, positioning is always conditional).

Now let's get down to the Pioneer SE-M390. Price - from 1,200 rubles, which is very little for "monitor" headphones. Let's see what the consumer gets for this money.

Packaging and accessories

Unfortunately, I got the headphones without packaging, only with an adapter for a "professional" 6.3 mm jack. But I found a photo of the packaging, it looks good - the headphones are immediately visible, the main characteristics are indicated.

The kit should also include a 1.5 meter extension cord. A strange decision, with the length of the wires of the headphones themselves 2.5 meters - but as it is.

Appearance and usability

Headphones are made of plastic, and they are not made very well - the cups attached to the headband creak, as well as the arcs of the headband itself. The plastic on the cups is glossy and perfectly collects fingerprints, but the headphones look quite impressive. In general, the SE-M390 looks good, modern - only build quality spoils the mood. Visually, the headphones are perceived rather expensive, in any case, more expensive than their price.

Only good things can be said about the fit - no headband adjustment is required, the elastic band itself adjusts to the head, and large ear cushions fit the ears - as a result, there is no fatigue after listening (even for a long time). Yes, the cups rotate a little around their axis - which also affects comfort. Noise isolation is so-so, even though the headphones are closed.

The headband has embossed letters L and R, which are quite noticeable in low light conditions. The cable is protected by a small cambric, it is non-replaceable. Length - 3.5 meters, in the kit, I repeat, there should be an extension cord (1.5 meters, although it would probably be more logical to do the opposite).

The headphones were tested with a Hifiman HM-801 player with a Game Card amplifier, using the Prime Test CD1 test disc.

The sound is bright, there is little bass - the SE-M390 is definitely not suitable for lovers of low frequencies. The emphasis is rather on the “middle” - the headphones play harshly, whistles are noticeable on the vocals. High frequencies, as well as low ones, are not enough - this is not fatal, but there is little pleasant in this either. In general, on the one hand, nothing bad can be said about the SE-M390 - it seems that there is a stereo panorama, https:/ /cars45.co.ke/listing/land_rover/discovery/1993 not very well written, but wide, and there is some kind of detail - but in general, the headphones are, so to speak, “C grade”. I can’t say that you enjoy listening to music - everything is painfully simplified.

Compatibility

The headphones played well with the iPhone 4, the volume margin was about half the scale. The sound is the same as with the Hifiman HM-801, except that it seemed to me that the sound became a little more even - but still not much changed.

Output

Pioneer SE-M390 can be found for 1,200 rubles, if you try. If you don’t try, then for 1,300-1,400 rubles. In my opinion, if you do not place high demands on headphones in terms of sound quality and at the same time like a comfortable fit, this is a good choice. I don’t know what will happen to the build quality of your copy - I recommend paying attention to this when buying.

Pioneer SE-M390 headphones review

Yes, another Pioneer headphone. It would seem - how many of them have already reviewed, but they still will not end. But there is nothing wrong with that, we will see further that the headphones are quite good.

Let's take a look at the already reviewed headphones of the company - well, a lot. These are both “regular” and “DJ” headphones (however, positioning is always conditional).

Now let's get down to the Pioneer SE-M390. Price - from 1,200 rubles, which is very little for "monitor" headphones. Let's see what the consumer gets for this money.

Packaging and accessories

Unfortunately, I got the headphones without packaging, only with an adapter for a "professional" 6.3 mm jack. But I found a photo of the packaging, it looks good - the headphones are immediately visible, the main characteristics are indicated.

A 1.5 meter extension cable should also be included. A strange decision, with the length of the wires of the headphones themselves 2.5 meters - but as it is.

Appearance and usability

Headphones are made of plastic, and they are not very well made - the cups attached to the headband creak, as well as the arcs of the headband itself. The plastic on the cups is glossy and perfectly collects fingerprints, but the headphones look quite impressive. In general, the SE-M390 looks good, modern - only build quality spoils the mood. Visually, the headphones are perceived rather expensive, in any case, more expensive than their price.

Only good things can be said about the fit - no headband adjustment is required, the elastic band itself adjusts to the head, and large ear cushions fit the ears - as a result, there is no fatigue after listening (even for a long time). Yes, the cups rotate a little around their axis - which also affects comfort. Noise isolation is so-so, even though the headphones are closed.

The headband has embossed letters L and R, which are quite noticeable in low light conditions. The cable is protected by a small cambric, it is non-replaceable. Length - 3.5 meters, in the kit, I repeat, there should be an extension cord (1.5 meters, although it would probably be more logical to do the opposite).

The headphones were tested with a Hifiman HM-801 player with a Game Card amplifier, using the Prime Test CD1 test disc.

The sound is bright, there is little bass - the SE-M390 is definitely not suitable for lovers of low frequencies. The emphasis is rather on the “middle” - the headphones play harshly, whistles are noticeable on the vocals. High frequencies, as well as low ones, are not enough - this is not fatal, but there is little pleasant in this either. In general, on the one hand, nothing bad can be said about the SE-M390 - it seems that there is a stereo panorama, https:/ /cars45.co.ke/listing/land_rover/discovery/1993 not very well written, but wide, and there is some kind of detail - but in general, the headphones are, so to speak, “C grade”. I can’t say that you enjoy listening to music - everything is painfully simplified.

Compatibility

The headphones played well with the iPhone 4, the volume margin was about half the scale. The sound is the same as with the Hifiman HM-801, except that it seemed to me that the sound became a little more even - but still not much changed.

Output

Pioneer SE-M390 can be found for 1,200 rubles, if you try. If you don’t try, then for 1,300-1,400 rubles. In my opinion, if you do not place high demands on headphones in terms of sound quality and at the same time like a comfortable fit, this is a good choice. I don’t know what will happen to the build quality of your copy - I recommend paying attention to this when buying.

Pioneer SE-M390 headphones review

Yes, another Pioneer headphone. It would seem - how many of them have already reviewed, but they still will not end. But there is nothing wrong with that, we will see further that the headphones are quite good.

Let's take a look at the already reviewed headphones of the company - well, a lot. These are both “regular” and “DJ” headphones (however, positioning is always conditional).

Now let's get down to the Pioneer SE-M390. Price - from 1,200 rubles, which is very little for "monitor" headphones. Let's see what the consumer gets for this money.

Packaging and accessories

Unfortunately, I got the headphones without packaging, only with an adapter for a "professional" 6.3 mm jack. But I found a photo of the packaging, it looks good - the headphones are immediately visible, the main characteristics are indicated.

A 1.5 meter extension cable should also be included. A strange decision, with the length of the wires of the headphones themselves 2.5 meters - but as it is.

Appearance and usability

Headphones are made of plastic, and they are not very well made - the cups attached to the headband creak, as well as the arcs of the headband itself. The plastic on the cups is glossy and perfectly collects fingerprints, but the headphones look quite impressive. In general, the SE-M390 looks good, modern - only build quality spoils the mood. Visually, the headphones are perceived rather expensive, in any case, more expensive than their price.

Only good things can be said about the fit - no headband adjustment is required, the elastic band itself adjusts to the head, and large ear cushions fit the ears - as a result, there is no fatigue after listening (even for a long time). Yes, the cups rotate a little around their axis - which also affects comfort. Noise isolation is so-so, even though the headphones are closed.

There are embossed letters L and R on the headband, quite visible in low light conditions. The cable is protected by a small cambric, it is non-replaceable. Length - 3.5 meters, in the kit, I repeat, there should be an extension cord (1.5 meters, although it would probably be more logical to do the opposite).

The headphones were tested with a Hifiman HM-801 player with a Game Card amplifier, using the Prime Test CD1 test disc.

The sound is bright, there is little bass - the SE-M390 is definitely not suitable for lovers of low frequencies. The emphasis is rather on the “middle” - the headphones play harshly, whistles are noticeable on the vocals. High frequencies, as well as low ones, are not enough - this is not fatal, but there is little pleasant in this either. In general, on the one hand, nothing bad can be said about the SE-M390 - it seems that there is a stereo panorama, https://cars45.co.ke/listing/land_rover/discovery/1993 not very well written, but wide, and detailed there is some - but in general, headphones, so to speak, "C grade". I can’t say that you enjoy listening to music - everything is painfully simplified.

The sound is bright, there is little bass - the SE-M390 is definitely not suitable for lovers of low frequencies. The emphasis is rather on the “middle” - the headphones play harshly, whistles are noticeable on the vocals. High frequencies, as well as low ones, are not enough - this is not fatal, but there is little pleasant in this either. In general, on the one hand, nothing bad can be said about the SE-M390 - it seems that there is a stereo panorama, https://cars45.co.ke/listing/land_rover/discovery/1993 https://cars45.co.ke/listing/land_rover/discovery/1993 not very well-written, but wide, and there is some kind of detail - but in general, the headphones, so to speak, are “C grade”. I can’t say that you enjoy listening to music - everything is painfully simplified.

Compatibility

The headphones played well with the iPhone 4, the volume margin was about half the scale. The sound is the same as with the Hifiman HM-801, except that it seemed to me that the sound became a little more even - but still not much changed.

Output

Pioneer SE-M390 can be found for 1,200 rubles, if you try. If you don’t try, then for 1,300-1,400 rubles. In my opinion, if you do not place high demands on headphones in terms of sound quality and at the same time like a comfortable fit, this is a good choice. I don’t know what will happen to the build quality of your copy - I recommend paying attention to this when buying.