Final Thoughts

In the end and at $1099, Oppo’s PM-1 is a fantastic first step for this company into the headphone world. Oppo set out to achieve something specifically setup for a consumer grade-hifi sound signature. They nailed it. There is a new Titan on the block and the Old Gods need to pay heed and tribute. In terms of sonic clarity to price ratio, the PM-1 is very good. Smart and practical design fused with very nice sonic qualities will make for one of the best entry level summit headphones on the market. Musicality is through the roof on this headphone. Minor fixes would make this headphone a solid 10/10, but I am giving it a 9/10 instead. In my humbled opinion, the PM-1 offers one of the best values to performance ratios in the headphone world. Great job, Oppo!

I’d like to thank Oppo for allowing me access to this headphone, for being the most responsive and support concious company I’ve ever spoken to and lastly for producing one of the better headphones to come along in a while. I’d also like to thank Artemis Cables for providing some excellent cables for this review.

Headphone Specifications

Acoustic Principle Open back
Ear Coupling Circumaural
Nominal Impedance 32 Ohm
Sensitivity 102 dB in 1 mW
Clamping Pressure 5 N
Cables 3 m detachable OCC cable (6.35 mm)
1 m detachable OFC cable (3.5 mm)
Cable Connectors Output: 2.5 mm mono mini jacks
Input: 6.35 mm stereo jack, 3.5 mm stereo jack
Weight 395 g (without cable)

Included Accessories

Wooden Box (hell of a box also, real beauty)
Carrying Case
6.35 mm and 3.5 mm cables
Alternative set of velour ear pads
User Manual

Driver Specifications


Driver Type Planar Magnetic
Driver Size (Oval) 85 x 69 mm
Magnet System Symmetric push-pull neodymium
Frequency Response
In Free-Field 10 – 50,000 Hz
Long-Term
Max Input Power 500 mW according to IEC 60268-7
Pulse Max Input Power 2 W

SRP: $1099

Links

http://www.oppodigital.com/headphones-pm-1/

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2 Responses

  1. GrizzlybEast

    This is a real review. You can hear the writers preferences but the the sound of the headphone is very easy to understand. I feel like I know exactly what it sounds like now. Thanks!

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