Pair with a bottle of scotch and a fine haggis.
Just as fun as wearing a kilt and ten times more attractive, the WeSC Bag Pipe Headphones dial in the style and the function for your head-bobbing street strolls. This ‘phone rocks more power than an old school Metallica ballad, and the cushy ear cups keep the noise of the world out and the face-melting sound in. With super-heavy 57mm Power drivers, the Bag Pipe pushes tons of sound without distorting, ensuring that everything from Bach to Biggie comes through with crystal clarity.
- 1kHZ Sensitivity: 119dB brings the noise
- 60 Ohms and 57mm Power drivers bring tons of power to your skull
- Frequency range of 20-20, 001Hz lets you hear every high note, bass drop, and cowbell tinkle
- 57mm Power drivers blast tons of sound without distorting your tunes
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Don't buy these.
Keep on looking, I regret that I picked up a pair of these. The sound quality is not very good and I get quite a bit of ear fatigue with prolonged listening. They are not particularly comfortable and after a year, the left channel has started to go in and out. The chord gets in my way when I'm DJing due to the thick rubber casing used. I guess I should have thought a little more before buying headphones from a fashion company.
WeSC Bag Pipe Headphones
The first thing I would tell buyers of these headphones is that the 3.5mm plug is inside of the 6.3 DJ adapter. The larger adapter, which comes standard on the headphones from the factory, screws off to reveal the smaller and more common 3.5mm plug for your laptop, iPhone, iPod, etc. The cord for these headphones is ample and stays out of the way due to the coiled portion 2/3 of the way to the input. The cord feels solid and does not feel like it will break or tear. The headphones themselves are relatively comfortable, although after having them on my head for about 4 hours now consecutively, they are starting to cause some discomfort just over my ears where the ear cup meets the head band portion. The ear cups are pretty cush and definitely fit over the ear. They are not as deep as other headphones (the Nixon Master Blaster being an example), but don't stick out as much and look as awkward on as a result. There are numerous adjustments possible with these headphones as there are numerous pivot points which allow for dialing in the fit to just about anyone.
And of course the most important part - the sound. The bass is definitely booming with the 57mm Power drivers. The mids and highs are clear although at the highest tones I feel these headphones are lacking a bit for the price.
Overall these are high quality DJ style headphones at a DJ style price, but they are not absolutely amazing and did not blow my socks off altogether. I like the stylish look to them and dig the brand so I will be keeping them as they do sound quite good, but just not amazing.
Not worth 160 dollars, probably going to return them.The sound is very balanced I'll give it that, but just seems to be lacking...you hear the bass but you don't feel it at all, and the highs are screechy and tinny and sometimes get drowned out by the mids. I had the SK pro's previously and they blow these out of the water, but I'll never buy a pair of SK pro's again because the color schemes are obviously marketed to 13 year olds. Thats where these shine, totally understated style and design that looks sophisticated and interesting while not being over the top (the black version I'm talking about). Also the build quality of these is decidedly flimsy, I wouldn't trust them in my carry on.Get em on sale, don't pay full retail like I did because you'll regret it...I'm going to send these back and try my luck with some Aerial7's or Nixon...If I can't find a pair that looks cool then I'm spending my 160 bucks on a pair of professional studio headphones that will look a little geeky but be better than any style headphone out there...just remember what you're paying for.
After a lot lot lot of searching around it looks like these are actually the best style-first over ear headphones out there, there a very weak offerings from aerial7 and siege that look like they came out of a crane game, and as for the Beats By Dre studios, the sound is pitiful and these blew it away, If you want sound and "style" then grab the sk pro's but if you still want to look like a grown up then pick these up and get ready to look the best you possibly can while wearing a pair of full sized headphones but also be ready to be disappointed in the sound and to annoy all the people around you because of the leaking sound.
To be honest I think it's worth it for the killer style while retaining slightly better than average sound
Unbelievable sound meets solid design!
These are by far the best headphones produced by WeSC, and an amazing pair all-around. Unlike some of the other WeSC models, they cover the entire ear and pack enough cushion to stay comfortable and provide good noise isolation. The hardware is Sennheiser, and the body is quite solid despite being entirely plastic. The cord is PVC and extra tough; it's also deceptively long, stretching out to a maximum of 4 meters!!! This is a godsend when attached to a mixer or laptop, but can be a little much for street wear. As for the sound, the bass is pillowy and solid and the mids and highs are solid but not forced. The one thing I notice most with my pair is the amount of bleeding they produce, which is to be expected given the sheer size of the drivers. Still, they are definitely designed for the street or dancefloor rather than the quiet office or library. I am completely in love with my pair, would definitely recommend the Bagpipes to anyone looking for pro performance with a design that stands out!
THESE ARE HORRIBLE HEADPHONES AND A WASTE OF MONEY
I spent $150 on the bag pipe headphones and the wire shorted out after a few months. After spending hours cutting and resoldering they lasted another month until the cheap plastic that connects the ear piece broke off and they were beyond repair.
Get a real pair of headphones like technics or pioneers. They might not look as flashy but they sound much better and will last you much much longer.
I have owned a pair of the Maritsius Blue Bagpipes since early May, and these are by far the best headphones I have ever listened to. The highs and mids are brilliant and the bass is prominent and not over-pronounced. These are great for anything from rap to rock to techno to classical. Best pair I've owned, and when my Maritsius Blue pair chokes i'm getting another pair of Bagpipe's no ifs ands for buts. Get one guys these things are epic!