HarmonicDyne Athena Review

HarmonicDyne Athena review featured

In this review, I check out the HarmonicDyne Athena headphones. The Athena are semi-open headphones with 50mm Metal-Ceramic Composite dynamic drivers. The price is $179.

Disclaimer: This sample was provided by Linsoul for an honest review. All observations and opinions here are my own based on my experience with the product.

HarmonicDyne Athena Review
Verdict
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Pros
Balanced sound signature
Warm natural vocals
Non-fatiguing sound
Comfortable
Cons
Fit could be more secure
Some upper mids resonance
Average detail retrieval
4
Our Score

HarmonicDyne Athena

Gear used for testing includes the SMSL DO300 with Topping L70, Cayin RU6 and Shanling M5s. The HarmonicDyne Athena is an efficient headphone and does not require any additional amplification.

Verdict

In conclusion, the HarmonicDyne Athena headphones serve as a solid all-rounder, suitable for various purposes. Whether it’s music, gaming, or videos, they deliver reliable performance. While the sound quality is well-balanced and non-fatiguing, it may lack some intricate details found in higher-end models. Nevertheless, considering the price point, the Athena headphones offer commendable value for money.

Specifications

DRIVERS: Φ50mm Dynamic Driver

ACOUSTIC ARCHITECTURE: Semi-closed

IMPEDANCE: 34Ω@1KHz

SENSITIVITY: 116.5dB/Vrms@1KHz

FREQ. RESPONSE: 10-70KHz (Free Field)

CABLE TERMINATION: 3.5mm Stereo Cable

HEADPHONE CONNECTOR: Dual 3.5mm

EAR-PADS: Suede Fabric

DIMENSIONS: 210*175*105(mm)

WEIGHT: 320g

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