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Matix Domepiece Headphones - 2009 BCS
Matix gave the Domepiece Headphones their name to eliminate any confusion about whether you’re supposed to wear them on your head or your ass. The 40mm drivers ensure plenty of thump for your brain, while the cord is long enough to keep you rocking out whether you’re spinning a set on your buddy’s 1200’s or just making delicious breakfast pastries in your kitchen.
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October 25, 2011
You can't help but be skeptical of the quality of anything that is priced below what you know the item should cost, if it's quality is decent enough to even use. On the other hand, the reviews were pretty good. The Matix Domepiece Headphones had an average rating of four out of five stars from six or seven reviewers, despite the fact that one guy gave them three stars, "because the primer gray color was darker than he expected." I mean, talk about a tough audience. You'd think their sound and comfort woud be the overwhelming factors in any evaluation. Nope, this guy loves the sound and comfortable fit. He took off two stars for color, the same way President Obama is evaluated by the Right.
The headphones are in the ball park with other $70-$80 units I have experienced - better than some, not as good as others. I especially like that they require very little power. They generate more volume than more expensive, external headphones. When plugged into my Mac, they do a great job with hard rock, and that obviously means good base. I can't comment on their durability, but since there are no moving parts, if you minimize, oh, droppng and stepping on them, I don't see why the shouldn't last a while.
For this price, these are the greatest deal in sound equipment I've ever encountered. I'm ordering several additional pair, maybe more, maybe a dozen more for Christmas gifts - for my barber, the mail person, our maid, the cook, the guy who details the cars, the girls in their summer clothes, my bother-in-law, etc., and so on.
But here's the best part. You don't have to worry about being disappointed by the the wrong shade of gray. They have sold out of gray. In fact about 90% of those left are "camo/black." Who would-a-thunk-it? Camouflage headphones. The wait is finally over. I could shoot a deer almost any early morning from my deck, but haven't because when they see my ears, they run off. Plus, I don't own a gun and am a vegetarian. That, however, does not mean I'm not well-armed to defend life, limb, home & property, and with the Camo/Black Domepiece Headphones adorning my dome, I see no reason why I couldn't sneak up on a little group of these treaspassers, illegal alien violators of my property rights, and when they dare stop for a bite of my wife's plants, beat one senseless with a baseball bat while listening to John Fogerty's, "Centerfield," or Ted Nugent's, "Deer In my Headlights: Pedal to the Metal for a Medal."
Get these. You won't be sorry. One of the best deals I've seen on DeptofGoods, or anywhere, for that matter.
Hey i bought one headphones from you guys through amazon. I received it today and the right side is not working. I would like to exchange them for the all blue ones. Can any one help me out with that and the time th camo ats gona take. Thanks
October 17, 2011
October 20, 2011
These are really great sounding headphones for the price. Great bass, mids, and highs. I've had Aerial 7 Choppers, Bern, Skullcandy (the worst) and these blow all them out of the water. The main gripe I have with them is they leak sound REALLY bad. Too bad since I use these mostly at the office. Turned all the way up you can hear the entire song 10 feet away. Great sound that unfortunately everyone can hear.
Looks amazing/sounds amazing
November 23, 2009
These Matix headphones are legit. I got the black/gold ones a few weeks ago and I love them. I've had other over the ear headphones from other brands and these Matix phones just feel so solid, and not all creaky on your head. The construction is super solid, and the sound is great. Not too bass heavy, but just enough to get you bumping.
On the ear.
By: John Hocking
October 27, 2011
August 12, 2011
The bass hits so hard, it's absolutely ridiculous. they fit perfectly, and the colors pop. Just awesome.
so im in between these and the nixon whips, which one should i get? most of my music is around dubstep so i need a heavy bass but casual headphones is really what im looking for. (on a side note, whats the noise leakage on this headphone?)
July 19, 2011
July 27, 2011
The headphones sound great they definitely bring some solid bass, but don't muddy the mids and the highs. They're comfortable and look good too. The only complaint I have about these headphones is that they leak a lot of sound so don't expect to listen to these at work or something like that. At around 60% ipod volume, they're definitely audible. Other than that, truly solid headphones.
Matix Domepiece Forum
July 6, 2011
Got em for 19.99 on WhiskeyMilitia and definitely a good deal. Nylon cloth cords are always legit and better quality in my opinion. Bass hits hard on these headphones with regular settings. Definitely worth it for at least that price. I have a medium size head and the foam earpads fit comfortably and they look good!
Great in both sound and style.
July 5, 2011
Got these for only $19 off Whiskey Militia. Unbelievable steal. They're a bit tight on my head and my ears feel a little cramped after a while, but I'm guessing they'll loosen up over time and fit perfectly. They're not noise-canceling, but definitely the next best thing: wore my on a cross-country flight and was totally able to tune out the crying baby two rows up from me. I had to mess with the EQ settings on my iPod to get the treble a little more balanced with the unquestionably awesome bass.
I doubt I woulda dropped $80-90 on these, but for the $25 total from Whiskey Milltia, oh yeah, you bet.
By: John Hocking
October 27, 2011
April 29, 2011
Got these on Whiskey Militia. Definitely worth the extreme discount they offered them for. I got the Kingston style ones and they look sweet. Exactly like the picture. The yellow chord is pretty awesome. And most importantly, the sound quality is legit. I tested them with some high bass kicking electronic music and some smooth acoustic indie with a lot of high end. They cover these ranges quite well. They are labeled left and right, but it almost seems more comfortable to switch them. maybe it's just a personal preference. Otherwise, 5 star headphones!
April 19, 2011
5 stars because you can't compare these to top-shelf headphones. For this market, these rock.
Black and Gold are so clean. Comfy too. Sound is much cleaner and louder than expected for the price and the bass is not bad at all. I returned some Aerial Chopper headphones for these and these absolutely blow them out of the water. Just wanted some simple over the ears for easy listening and the airplane and hit a homerun.
April 22, 2011
About 3 months ago, I picked up the Nixon Nomadic Headphones... They were $100 and in my opinion worth about $40 tops. Now, these Matix headphones... SICK. Don't be fooled by the price difference, these badboys are well worth their $70 price tag, and definitely the $23.99 off Whiskey (I almost feel bad). My room mate has Beats by Dr. Dre and the Domepieces keep right with em. The bass is all there and the highs and lows are solid too (Plus they don't need batteries to work). For the full $70 I give em a 4/5... but for $23.99 I give em a 6/5. PICK EM UP.
Not what i expected
November 12, 2010
I was a little disappointed about the grey primer color. Its a little darker than the picture and i thought they would be a bit larger. Other than that the sound is good and they have an awesome fit!