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Final Audio Design Sonorous III review: Japanese headphones with an understated design and sweet tonal response

por Carmine Roy (2020-04-14)

id="cnetReview" section="rvwBody" data-component="indepthReview"> You probably haven't heard about Final Audio Design headphones before now unless you've considered dropping $5,000 on its flagship headphone, the Sonorous X. It's the company's most popular headphone with the audio elite, and it gets its price tag from parts composed of titanium, aluminum and gold-leaf trim. I haven't heard it myself yet, 인테리어 조명 but the company positions it at the "zenith" of personal audio.

But if you don't have 5K to spend, the company has introduced the Sonorous III, a budget alternative around-the-ear headphone that carries a similar "house sound" with slightly less premium parts for $399 (UK pricing unavailable, you can find it online in Australia for AU$549).

Sarah Tew/CNET Price aside, I actually prefer the subtle design of the Sonorous III's matte plastic finish to the X's bright gold and reflective stainless steel materials. The ABS on the earcup connections doesn't flex at all and the stainless-steel rails where you adjust the size add a sense of toughness to the headset. The earcups themselves are hinged on a small circular piece that allows them to twist vertically and horizontally so they don't clamp down too tightly around your head.