Velodyne vTrue Studio Headphone Review

vtrue_4 Over the summer we reviewed the Velodyne vPulse in-ear Headphones, and we througly enjoyed combining Velodyne’s legendary audio technology and unrivaled design to bring a true sound experience to the most discerning of music lovers. The Velodyne vTrue Headphones design is sleek and displays bold audacity, a forged aluminum design complements our supple leather headband and over-ear cups. Velodyne’s signature shape lends unique styling and beauty.Accurate sound is produced through a 50 mm driver tuned to the exacting standards of Velodyne’s trademark low-distortion bass reproduction. Very crisp sound with great compliment to the mids, highs and lows. Music sounds clean with the Vtrue, plus you really feel the Velodyne tuned bass on the headset. The vTrue features 4 foot standard & 4 foot Apple compatible, tangle-resistant braided cloth cables with dual 3.5 mm gold connectors. A 1/4″ plug adapter is also included for convenience.

A few things to point out with the Velodyne vTrue, for starters, even though the headphones are sleekly designed with forged aluminum. It also scratches easily. So I suggest being careful when handily the headphones. Also the is considerable sound leakage with the vTrue, meaning people can hear the music you are listening to. Still the vTrue produces some very great sound that justifies its $399 price tag and worth taking a look

• Uncompromising studio sound quality for the most discerning audiophiles
• 50 mm drivers tuned to Velodyne’s exacting standards
• Braided cloth tangle-resistant cables
• Dual 3.5 mm gold plated cable connectors
• Available in stylish Forged Aluminum & Brown Leather

• 4 foot, 3.5 mm (1/8″) Y-cable connector
• 4 foot, 3.5 mm (1/8″) Y-cable with control module
• 3.5 mm (1/8″) to 6.35 mm (1/4″) stereo adapter
• Carrying pouch