Today, we’ve got the Phiaton Bridge MS 500 headphones up for review. These are some pricey, yet very comfortable headphones. No, they are not Bluetooth, unfortunately. But they are still very good headphones, some of the best, if I do say so myself. The Phiaton Bridge MS 500 headphones have passive noise isolating ear pads which provide you with hours of comfortable listening. It also has a dual chamber structure and multi-tine acoustic design. These headphones were really comfortable to wear, I just seem to like my V-MODA Crossfade M-100’s a bit better. But that’s all personal opinion right there.
The Phiaton Bridge MS 500 headphones also include two tangle-free cables. One has a microphone while the other doesn’t. With the Bridge MS 500’s, you are able to switch the cord on either side, and obviously it doesn’t come out of the headphones. Unlike some others which are not removable. For those travelling, the Bridge MS 500 headphones do fold up nicely and fit in the carry case that Phiaton includes with the headphones – which you can see in the image gallery down below.
As far as sound quality goes on the Bridge MS 500’s, it’s quite good actually. It’s one of those headphones that I’d use everyday, and I’m pretty picky about my headphones, as I love earbuds a lot more. Especially my Bose earbuds. These are extremely comfortable as well. I have been using them basically all day long while I am working and haven’t had any issues with them, like I have had with some other headphones, but I won’t mention any names.
The Phiaton Bridge MS 500 headphones are available from Amazon for $269 and Phiaton for $299, for those that are interested in picking one up. I would definitely recommend these to those that are audiophiles, as the sound quality is amazing, and you can literally wear them all day long without any issues.