Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T250 review

As you open the field for the Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T250 headphones, it’s onerous not to smile.

From the faux carbon-fibre lift case to the thoughtful selection of woven cables (plain, unmarried button, Apple three-button), the presentation is gorgeous and also you instantly get the sense that you simply’re getting your cash’s price.

The ear cups and headband are trimmed in leather-based, and machined metal portions make for a strong unit. Construction is forged, and the headset remains on the just right aspect of heavy, with the type of weight that’s more reassuring than it is tiring. In truth, we found them very comfy to make use of.

Elsewhere it’s now not much better. It’s a moderately muddy concentrate: leading edges are blurred, there’s no longer luggage of detail, and the presentation is reasonably at a loss for words. Listen to The Black Eyed Peas’ Hey Mama and the clapping isn't so easy to spot.

On the plus aspect, timing and dynamic range are appropriate, and this hazy nature promises to masks the inadequacies of lesser recordings.

Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T250: VerdictThe T250s’ nice appears to be like and strong build mean that it's worthwhile to put on them with self belief. But the sound is disappointing.

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