In this review, I take a look at the Moondrop VOID headphones. Despite being the brand’s first attempt at making full-size headphones, the VOID shows a lot of promise and is a pretty good first effort.
Disclaimer: This sample was provided by Shenzhen Audio for an honest review. All observations and opinions here are based on my experience with the product.
Moondrop VOID Headphones Review
It might not be the smash hit that Moondrop is used to but the Moondrop VOID headphones highlight the great potential for future releases.
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Non-fatiguing sound signature
Bass is punchy and nimble
Pleasing tonal balance
Easy to remove/replace earpads
Detail retrieval is disappointing
Left and right markers on stock cable are very hard to see
Effective frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz (IEC60318-4, -3dB)
Impedance: 64Ω土15% (@1kHz)
Sensitivity: 110dB/Vrms (@1kHz)
What’s in the Box
Moondrop VOID headphones
Detachable 3.5mm cable
3.5mm to 6.35mm adapter
The Moondrop VOID headphones boast a lightweight and durable plastic design, providing a sturdy build quality without sacrificing portability. The earpads are easily removable and replaceable, adding to the headphones’ functional design.
The headband features ample padding to prevent pressure on the head, and the earpads provide a comfortable cushioning experience, even if they feel slightly stiff at first. Wearing these headphones for extended periods is comfortable and enjoyable.
The stock cable, which features a braided fabric sheath, is functional and unobtrusive. Overall, the Moondrop VOID headphones offer a great balance of build quality and comfort, despite not immediately giving off a premium impression.