The positioning of the headphones is interesting: Pro Gold are called headphones "for audiophiles", and Pro Copper - "for professionals". What is the difference, and whether it is important - we will figure it out in the course of the article.

As already mentioned, the Monster Miles Davis Tribute model stands apart from the rest of the Monster headphones. On the one hand, it looks like Turbine plugs, but was created in collaboration with a jazz artist and is intended primarily for playing jazz music.

Concluding the introductory part, let me remind you that Monster Cable does not provide any characteristics of the headphones - so we will compare what we see and hear. This approach has the right to exist, but fans of exact numbers will obviously not be delighted.

Delivery set

Let's start with the packaging, for all three models it is the same, it is a box in a dust jacket. It all looks beautiful, an excellent gift option, there is actually nothing to complain about.

Inside - a huge number of accessories. What is worth only a huge number of nozzles, there are both foam and silicone (including three-petal ones), of various sizes and shapes. Also available are clips for fastening the wire to clothing, covers, a device for storing nozzles. The Miles Davis model stands out somewhat, in addition to two cloth cases, it comes with a metal case, and in the box with these headphones there is a two-disc edition of the Miles Davis album - Kind of Blue.

It is only worth complaining that after unpacking it is not so easy to fit all the accessories back into the box, but this is far from being important for all people.

Also, in the boxes with headphones there are instructions, information about the warranty and other pieces of paper, we will not dwell on them.

Appearance and usability

The cases of all three headphones are made of metal, this is not the best move in terms of mass (Miles Davis turned out to be too weighty), but it makes the headphones stronger and more reliable.

Monster Pro Gold and Pro Copper differ only in the color of the case, and it is logical that the color corresponds to the names of the models - for Gold it is golden, for Copper it is copper. But the appearance of Miles Davis combines matte and golden metal, it looks unusual,

Also, all models have a fairly stiff cambric, except that Miles Davis has it a little longer and a little more elastic.

The left earpiece is easy to distinguish from the right one in all three cases - by the blue (and, accordingly, red) rings on the cases. In addition to this means of distinguishing the headphones, the Miles Davis has the letters L and R on the side of the case.

Let's talk about wires. For all three models, they are approximately the same, Miles Davis has blue insulation, Pro Gold and Copper have black insulation, this is where the differences end. The cables are elastic, not very heavy, there is a serious minus - the microphone effect, that is, any touch on the wire is transmitted to the headphone cases, and therefore to the ears. You can solve this problem by using a clip, or better, wear headphones, throwing the cable behind your ears.

All models have cable clamps except Pro Gold. The plugs are “L”-shaped, here the exception is Miles Davis, but only due to the fact that this model has a slightly smaller plug.

The aforementioned huge number of attachments, in fact, is necessary for the correct placement of headphones in the ears, which leads to the achievement of the highest quality sound and maximum noise isolation. Do not forget about comfort. SuperTips, of which the majority are included, should fit most people, according to the company's engineers. In fact, I recommend trying them all. What is the result? The metro, of course, can be heard - but for dynamic headphones, the result is excellent for all three models. Outside, they practically do not play.

On the contrary, Copper will play better with more "deaf" players. Say, with Hifiman HM-601 they make a harmonious combination. In any case, both Turbine Pro models are quite versatile in terms of genres.

A final word about Monster Miles Davis. The low-frequency register of these headphones is weakly expressed, although it is spelled out quite accurately and with good depth, it is pressed down for the sake of the mid-frequency range, the latter sounds on the verge of sibilance. There is a dry sound with a lack of transparency. Miles Davis is really good for listening to jazz music as well as classical music, but these are not universal headphones.

Output

I guess for most music lovers the choice will be between Pro Gold and Pro Copper, while Miles Davis will suit only a limited number of music lovers. Personally, these headphones seemed to me overly "tasteful".

At the time of this writing, Monster Pro Gold and Pro Copper in Moscow cost from 13 thousand rubles (recommended manufacturer's price - 300 and 400 dollars, respectively), and Miles Davis Tribute can only be purchased on eBay (manufacturer's price - 300 dollars). It is worth paying attention to the secondary market, but in any case, beware of fakes.

Monster Turbine Pro Gold, Monster Turbine Pro Copper, Monster Miles Davis Tribute headphones comparison

The headphones that will be discussed in this article are the most expensive "plugs" in the Monster Cable lineup. One of the models, Monster Turbine Pro Gold, I have already reviewed, and I really liked it. As a result, interest arose in their modification, Pro Copper. It so happened that I had both Pro Gold and Pro Copper, and the Monster Miles Davis Tribute model, which stands somewhat apart from the rest of the company's headphones. Let's look at all three models in brief, and then move on to a detailed comparison.

The Monster Turbine series are Monster Cable's own headphones, without collaboration with show business stars. The design of the "gags" resembles the company's cable connectors, they are covered by a lifetime warranty, in the event of a breakdown by the user, they can be replaced with new ones, but only once. Also, the full name of the models includes the phrase In-Ear Speakers, that is, “in-ear speakers”, this reflects the concept of powerful, “columnar”, sound in the company’s “plugs”.

The positioning of the headphones is interesting: Pro Gold are called headphones "for audiophiles", and Pro Copper - "for professionals". What is the difference, and whether it is important - we will figure it out in the course of the article.

As already mentioned, the Monster Miles Davis Tribute model stands apart from the rest of the Monster headphones. On the one hand, it looks like Turbine plugs, but was created in collaboration with a jazz artist and is intended primarily for playing jazz music.

Concluding the introductory part, let me remind you that Monster Cable does not provide any characteristics of the headphones - so we will compare what we see and hear. This approach has the right to exist, but fans of exact numbers will obviously not be delighted.

Delivery set

Let's start with the packaging, for all three models it is the same, it is a box in a dust jacket. It all looks beautiful, an excellent gift option, there is actually nothing to complain about.

Monster Pro Gold and Pro Copper differ only in the color of the case, and it is logical that the color corresponds to the names of the models - for Gold it is golden, for Copper it is copper. But the appearance of Miles Davis combines matte and golden metal, it looks unusual,

Also, all models have a fairly stiff cambric, except that Miles Davis has it a little longer and a little more elastic.

The left earpiece is easy to distinguish from the right one in all three cases - by the blue (and, accordingly, red) rings on the cases. In addition to this means of distinguishing the headphones, the Miles Davis has the letters L and R on the side of the case.

Let's talk about wires. For all three models, they are approximately the same, Miles Davis has blue insulation, Pro Gold and Copper have black insulation, this is where the differences end. The cables are elastic, not very heavy, there is a serious minus - the microphone effect, that is, any touch on the wire is transmitted to the headphone cases, and therefore to the ears. You can solve this problem by using a clip, or better, wear headphones, throwing the cable behind your ears.

All models have cable clamps except Pro Gold. The plugs are “L”-shaped, here the exception is Miles Davis, but only due to the fact that this model has a slightly smaller plug.

The aforementioned huge number of attachments, in fact, is necessary for the correct placement of headphones in the ears, which leads to the achievement of the highest quality sound and maximum noise isolation. Do not forget about comfort. SuperTips, of which the majority are included, should fit most people, according to the company's engineers. In fact, I recommend trying them all. What is the result? The metro, of course, can be heard - but for dynamic headphones, the result is excellent for all three models. Outside, they practically do not play.

Let's move on to the most interesting, in my opinion, part - comparing the sound of the headphones in question. Initially, testing was carried out using the Hifiman HM-801 player. Using the same SuperTips, the headphones warmed up for a hundred hours using the Tara Labs Cascade Noise disc.

Let's start with Monster Turbine Pro Gold. It is difficult to find fault with the sound, the low-frequency register, although a little forced, is written with high accuracy and has sufficient depth. The mid-frequency range is not bullied, the vocals sound natural and without sibilants. The high-frequency register, on the contrary, is slightly forced. Fast dynamics, high-quality attack and wide dynamic range.

The Monster Turbine Pro Copper has a mid-range boost, and the treble is boosted a little more than the Pro Gold, making them sound "clearer" on some tracks and brighter and more fatiguing on others. In addition, the Copper has a slightly wider stereo panorama. Considering that the Hifiman HM-801 is not the brightest source, the combination of Pro Copper and players with an overestimated RF level should be avoided.

On the contrary, Copper will play better with more "deaf" players. Say, with Hifiman HM-601 they make a harmonious combination. In any case, both Turbine Pro models are quite versatile in terms of genres.

A final word about Monster Miles Davis. The low-frequency register of these headphones is weakly expressed, although it is spelled out quite accurately and with good depth, it is pressed down for the sake of the mid-frequency range, the latter sounds on the verge of sibilance. There is a dry sound with a lack of transparency. Miles Davis is really good for listening to jazz music as well as classical music, but these are not universal headphones.

Output

I guess for most music lovers the choice will be between Pro Gold and Pro Copper, while Miles Davis will suit only a limited number of music lovers. Personally, these headphones seemed to me overly "tasteful".

At the time of this writing, Monster Pro Gold and Pro Copper in Moscow cost from 13 thousand rubles (recommended manufacturer's price - 300 and 400 dollars, respectively), and Miles Davis Tribute can only be purchased on eBay (manufacturer's price - 300 dollars). It is worth paying attention to the secondary market, but in any case, beware of fakes.

Monster Turbine Pro Gold, Monster Turbine Pro Copper, Monster Miles Davis Tribute headphones comparison

The headphones that will be discussed in this article are the most expensive "plugs" in the Monster Cable lineup. One of the models, Monster Turbine Pro Gold, I have already reviewed, and I really liked it. As a result, interest arose in their modification, Pro Copper. It so happened that I had both Pro Gold and Pro Copper, and the Monster Miles Davis Tribute model, which stands somewhat apart from the rest of the company's headphones. Let's look at all three models in brief, and then move on to a detailed comparison.

The Monster Turbine series are Monster Cable's own headphones, without collaboration with show business stars. The design of the "gags" resembles the company's cable connectors, they are covered by a lifetime warranty, in the event of a breakdown by the user, they can be replaced with new ones, but only once. Also, the full name of the models includes the phrase In-Ear Speakers, that is, “in-ear speakers”, this reflects the concept of powerful, “columnar”, sound in the company’s “plugs”.

The positioning of the headphones is interesting: Pro Gold are called headphones "for audiophiles", and Pro Copper - "for professionals". What is the difference, and whether it is important - we will figure it out in the course of the article.

As already mentioned, the Monster Miles Davis Tribute model stands apart from the rest of the Monster headphones. On the one hand, it looks like Turbine plugs, but was created in collaboration with a jazz artist and is intended primarily for playing jazz music.

Concluding the introductory part, let me remind you that Monster Cable does not provide any characteristics of the headphones - so we will compare what we see and hear. This approach has the right to exist, but fans of exact numbers will obviously not be delighted.

Delivery set

Let's start with the packaging, for all three models it is the same, it is a box in a dust jacket. It all looks beautiful, an excellent gift option, there is actually nothing to complain about.

Inside - a huge number of accessories. What is worth only a huge number of nozzles, there are both foam and silicone (including three-petal ones), of various sizes and shapes. Also available are clips for fastening the wire to clothing, covers, a device for storing nozzles. The Miles Davis model stands out somewhat, in addition to two cloth cases, it comes with a metal case, and in the box with these headphones there is a two-disc edition of the Miles Davis album - Kind of Blue.

It is only worth complaining that after unpacking it is not so easy to fit all the accessories back into the box, but this is far from being important for all people.

Also, in the boxes with headphones there are instructions, information about the warranty and other pieces of paper, we will not dwell on them.

Appearance and usability

The cases of all three headphones are made of metal, this is not the best move in terms of mass (Miles Davis turned out to be too weighty), but it makes the headphones stronger and more reliable.

Monster Pro Gold and Pro Copper differ only in the color of the case, and it is logical that the color corresponds to the names of the models - for Gold it is golden, for Copper it is copper. But the appearance of Miles Davis combines matte and golden metal, it looks unusual,

Also, all models have a fairly stiff cambric, except that Miles Davis has it a little longer and a little more elastic.

The left earpiece is easy to distinguish from the right one in all three cases - by the blue (and, accordingly, red) rings on the cases. In addition to this means of distinguishing the headphones, the Miles Davis has the letters L and R on the side of the case.

Let's talk about wires. For all three models, they are approximately the same, Miles Davis has blue insulation, Pro Gold and Copper have black insulation, this is where the differences end. The cables are elastic, not very heavy, there is a serious minus - the microphone effect, that is, any touch on the wire is transmitted to the headphone cases, and therefore to the ears. You can solve this problem by using a clip, or better, wear headphones, throwing the cable behind your ears.

All models have cable clamps except Pro Gold. The plugs are “L”-shaped, here the exception is Miles Davis, but only due to the fact that this model has a slightly smaller plug.

The aforementioned huge number of attachments, in fact, is necessary for the correct placement of the headphones in the ears, which leads to the achievement of the highest quality sound and maximum noise isolation. Do not forget about comfort. SuperTips, of which the majority are included, should fit most people, according to the company's engineers. In fact, I recommend trying them all. What is the result? The metro, of course, can be heard - but for dynamic headphones, the result is excellent for all three models. Outside, they practically do not play.

Let's move on to the most interesting, in my opinion, part - comparing the sound of the headphones in question. Initially, testing was carried out using the Hifiman HM-801 player. Using the same SuperTips, the headphones warmed up for a hundred hours using the Tara Labs Cascade Noise disc.

Let's start with Monster Turbine Pro Gold. It is difficult to find fault with the sound, the low-frequency register, although a little forced, is written with high accuracy and has sufficient depth. The mid-frequency range is not bullied, the vocals sound natural and without sibilants. The high-frequency register, on the contrary, is slightly forced. Fast dynamics, high-quality attack and wide dynamic range.

The Monster Turbine Pro Copper has a mid-range boost, and the treble is boosted a little more than the Pro Gold, making them sound "clearer" on some tracks and brighter and more fatiguing on others. In addition, the Copper has a slightly wider stereo panorama. Considering that the Hifiman HM-801 is not the brightest source, the combination of Pro Copper and players with an overestimated RF level should be avoided.

On the contrary, Copper will play better with more "deaf" players. Say, with Hifiman HM-601 they make a harmonious combination. In any case, both Turbine Pro models are quite versatile in terms of genres.

A final word about Monster Miles Davis. The low-frequency register of these headphones is weakly expressed, although it is spelled out quite accurately and with good depth, it is pressed down for the sake of the mid-frequency range, the latter sounds on the verge of sibilance. There is a dry sound with a lack of transparency. Miles Davis is really good for listening to jazz music as well as classical music, but these are not universal headphones.

Output

I guess for most music lovers the choice will be between Pro Gold and Pro Copper, while Miles Davis will suit only a limited number of music lovers. Personally, these headphones seemed to me overly "tasteful".

At the time of this writing, Monster Pro Gold and Pro Copper in Moscow cost from 13 thousand rubles (recommended manufacturer's price - 300 and 400 dollars, respectively), and Miles Davis Tribute can only be purchased on eBay (manufacturer's price - 300 dollars). It is worth paying attention to the secondary market, but in any case, beware of fakes.

Monster Turbine Pro Gold, Monster Turbine Pro Copper, Monster Miles Davis Tribute headphones comparison

The headphones that will be discussed in this article are the most expensive "plugs" in the Monster Cable lineup. One of the models, Monster Turbine Pro Gold, I have already reviewed, and I really liked it. As a result, interest arose in their modification, Pro Copper. It so happened that I had both Pro Gold and Pro Copper, and the Monster Miles Davis Tribute model, which stands somewhat apart from the rest of the company's headphones. Let's look at all three models in brief, and then move on to a detailed comparison.

The Monster Turbine series are Monster Cable's own headphones, without collaboration with show business stars. The design of the "gags" resembles the company's cable connectors, they are covered by a lifetime warranty, in the event of a breakdown by the user, they can be replaced with new ones, but only once. Also, the full name of the models includes the phrase In-Ear Speakers, that is, “in-ear speakers”, this reflects the concept of powerful, “columnar”, sound in the company’s “plugs”.

The positioning of the headphones is interesting: Pro Gold are called headphones "for audiophiles", and Pro Copper - "for professionals". What is the difference, and whether it is important - we will figure it out in the course of the article.

As already mentioned, the Monster Miles Davis Tribute model stands apart from the rest of the Monster headphones. On the one hand, it looks like Turbine plugs, but was created in collaboration with a jazz artist and is intended primarily for playing jazz music.

Concluding the introductory part, let me remind you that Monster Cable does not provide any characteristics of the headphones - so we will compare what we see and hear. This approach has the right to exist, but fans of exact numbers will obviously not be delighted.

Delivery set

Let's start with the packaging, for all three models it is the same, it is a box in a dust jacket. It all looks beautiful, an excellent gift option, there is actually nothing to complain about.

Inside - a huge number of accessories. What is worth only a huge number of nozzles, there are both foam and silicone (including three-petal ones), of various sizes and shapes. Also https://cars45.co.ke/listing/nissan/patrol/2005 there are clips for attaching the wire to clothing, covers, a device for storing nozzles. The Miles Davis model stands out somewhat, in addition to two cloth cases, it comes with a metal case, and in the box with these headphones there is a two-disc edition of the Miles Davis album - Kind of Blue.

Inside - a huge number of accessories. What is worth only a huge number of nozzles, there are both foam and silicone (including three-petal ones), of various sizes and shapes. Also https://cars45.co.ke/listing/nissan/patrol/2005 https://cars45.co.ke/listing/nissan/patrol/2005 in the presence of clips for attaching the wire to clothing, covers, a device for storing nozzles. The Miles Davis model stands out somewhat, in addition to two cloth cases, it comes with a metal case, and in the box with these headphones there is a two-disc edition of the Miles Davis album - Kind of Blue.

It is only worth complaining that after unpacking it is not so easy to fit all the accessories back into the box, but this is far from being important for all people.

Also, in the boxes with headphones there are instructions, information about the warranty and other pieces of paper, we will not dwell on them.

Appearance and usability

The cases of all three headphones are made of metal, this is not the best move in terms of mass (Miles Davis turned out to be too weighty), but it makes the headphones stronger and more reliable.

Monster Pro Gold and Pro Copper differ only in the color of the case, and it is logical that the color corresponds to the names of the models - for Gold it is golden, for Copper it is copper. But the appearance of Miles Davis combines matte and golden metal, it looks unusual,

Also, all models have a fairly stiff cambric, except that Miles Davis has it a little longer and a little more elastic.

The left earpiece is easy to distinguish from the right one in all three cases - by the blue (and, accordingly, red) rings on the cases. In addition to this means of distinguishing the headphones, the Miles Davis has the letters L and R on the side of the case.

Let's talk about wires. For all three models, they are approximately the same, Miles Davis has blue insulation, Pro Gold and Copper have black insulation, this is where the differences end. The cables are elastic, not very heavy, there is a serious minus - the microphone effect, that is, any touch on the wire is transmitted to the headphone cases, and therefore to the ears. You can solve this problem by using a clip, or better, wear headphones, throwing the cable behind your ears.

Let's start with Monster Turbine Pro Gold. It is difficult to find fault with the sound, the low-frequency register, although a little forced, is written with high accuracy and has sufficient depth. The mid-frequency range is not bullied, the vocals sound natural and without sibilants. The high-frequency register, on the contrary, is slightly forced. Fast dynamics, high-quality attack and wide dynamic range.

The Monster Turbine Pro Copper has a mid-range boost, and the treble is boosted a little more than the Pro Gold, making them sound "clearer" on some tracks and brighter and more fatiguing on others. In addition, the Copper has a slightly wider stereo panorama. Considering that the Hifiman HM-801 is not the brightest source, the combination of Pro Copper and players with high RF levels should be avoided.

On the contrary, Copper will play better with more "deaf" players. Say, with Hifiman HM-601 they make a harmonious combination. In any case, both Turbine Pro models are quite versatile in terms of genres.

A final word about Monster Miles Davis. The low-frequency register of these headphones is weakly expressed, although it is spelled out quite accurately and with good depth, it is pressed down for the sake of the mid-frequency range, the latter sounds on the verge of sibilance. There is a dry sound with a lack of transparency. Miles Davis is really good for listening to jazz music as well as classical music, but these are not universal headphones.

Output

I guess for most music lovers the choice will be between Pro Gold and Pro Copper, while Miles Davis will suit only a limited number of music lovers. Personally, these headphones seemed to me overly "tasteful".

At the time of this writing, Monster Pro Gold and Pro Copper in Moscow cost from 13 thousand rubles (recommended manufacturer's price - 300 and 400 dollars, respectively), and Miles Davis Tribute can only be purchased on eBay (manufacturer's price - 300 dollars). It is worth paying attention to the secondary market, but in any case, beware of fakes.