The PM-2 Planar Headphone By Oppo

What OPPO has done in making a planar as efficient as some of my IEMs is nothing short of amazing, but OPPO seems to actually listen to people, so please, just fix these the treble and bass problems (and maybe a little more midrange and air) and you’d have a headphone that rivals the best Audeze and other warm-sound-favored companies have to offer. But that extra stuff would likely result in a headphone that costs much more than the PM2. $699 is a lot of money for a headphone, and I never like recommending people buy anything that costs more than $300, but I can’t think of a better “buy one, use forever” highish-end headphone than the PM2. The magic with these headphones isn’t that will “wow” you at first listen, but that it allows one to ease into its sound and consistently sounds at least decent no matter where they are used, be it a cell phone or a megabuck amplifier. That’s more than I can say about most headphones.

Price: $699

Link: https://www.oppodigital.com/headphones-pm-2/headphones-PM-2-Features.aspx

Technical Specifications

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 OFC 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 385 g (without cable)
Included Accessories Carrying Case
6.35 mm and 3.5 mm cables
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
Max Input Power 500 mW according to IEC 60268-7
Pulse Max Input Power 2 W

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