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Like any good professional reference headphone, the KAM HP1s don't color the sound at all. They're well-balanced across the entire frequency spectrum for the most part (bass regions sound thinner than I'd like, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing if you produce bass-heavy music). The HP1's sound stage may be averaged for a closed headphone at its price, but its imaging and transparency are out of this world. If you're considering any headphone under $135, choose these.