Review: Nady Audio Stereo Headphones (HP-03)

  • September 12, 2010
  • James Skemp
  • review

The following is a review of Nady Audio Stereo Headphones, model HP-03.

I received a pair of these headphones in a bundle, and wasn’t really expecting much.

After sitting around for a couple of months (okay, more like a handful) I finally opened them up one day and plugged them in. Surprisingly, they work pretty dang good. I’m in no way a sound expert, but I dare say for the average (music) listener these will work perfectly fine.

These are built quite well, better than similarly priced Sony headphones, and the padding on the top is very comfortable.

The only thing I don’t like about these is I can’t seem to find the perfect adjustment; they seem to push (ever so slightly) harder into my head above my ears as opposed to below.

Otherwise, they work quite well, and the volume adjustment on the cord is also quite nice.