The GMP8.35s don’t come with a case or bag, or many frills or extra features, but they have a very nice sound acoustically, offering dynamic bass and a clean, high transparency in the mid-high range. The sound quality is perhaps less bassy than say, Sennheiser, but they have a better balanced range than most headphones I’ve tried. I tested these headphones with a series of genres of music and they held up very well, giving me a clean, smooth sound, that was not overpowered by bass, nor absent from it, and the mid-to-high range was crystal clear and warm. I have no complaints, as the GMP8.35s by German Maestro are solid headphones and worth the price tag (which is something I’ve found I can’t always say about some headphones on the market).
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Article written & Photos by Brandon Scott / Eye & Pen