PSB M4U 2 Noise Cancelling Heaphones Review

When it comes to full sized over ear noise cancelling headphones, the market is saturated with more name brands than you can imagine.  In the $300 arena there are several choices from companies such as Sony, Sennheiser, PowerBeats, Bose, Plantronics and a host of others.  The options and features these headphones offer can be a bit overwhelming.  What makes matters worse is that it’s next to impossible to truly audition most of them because places like Best Buy use a house system with carefully selected music meant to exaggerate the sound quality.  There are also a large number of headphone brands not found in most stores.   If you travel, many airports have stores that sell electronics.  These places typically have some of the off brands and they allow you to audition the headphones from your own source.  In all cases, I was never able to audition the PSB M4U 2 headphones before buying them.  Instead, I read as many on-line posts and blogs as I could on a variety of headphones.  In this particular case, nearly all the comments I read stated that the PSB M4U 2 headphones were among the best sounding on the market in this price range.  Prior to my purchase, that was my most important criterion.  Especially after coming off of a pair of Sennheiser PXC 350s where the bass was almost non-existent and the overall sound quality lacked any of the dynamics that I expected to hear in my music.

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