The Ministry of Sound pretty much have ‘sound’ covered. Alongside their very popular Club and club nights and their radio station, they also have a wide range of headphones, both in ear and over ear. Their latest set, the MOS006, in black, live up to all expectations of the music focused brand.
Looks wise, they’re sleek and very attractive. The midnight black colour makes them an instant classic, and the aluminium material gives them their light weight feel and design. Mostly black, the headphones do have a detailed Ministry of Sound logo on each ear with white detailing. There is also an anti-tangle cable feature, which is great for those of us who have a habit of throwing their headphones in their bags and then spending ages detangling the cable.
One key drawback is the fact that they’re not foldable, and thus, not very easy to transport when you don’t have a large bag. A lot more brands have introduced this feature with their over the ear headphones, so it’s a shame that Ministry of Sound haven’t yet.
That drawback is only slight, however; everything else is top notch with this pair. The sleek design allows them to be a really comfortable. The cushioned headband and the ear cushioning mean that you can wear them practically all day, and comfortably. Most over ear headphones start hurting ears after a bit, but these ones work perfectly and are very comfortable, while the headband itself isn’t too tight.
The sound quality is absolutely stand out too. They block out outside sound extremely well, especially when the music is on, and the music sounds clear through the headphones. There’s no disturbance or any extra static, causing a pretty stunning sound and creating a lovely music experience that lets you enjoy your favourite songs without distractions.
Priced at the very affordable £39.99, these headphones are worth every penny. They are very good quality headphones, which most would be willing to pay a bit more for. While there are better products on the market, these are great quality for that price point, if not, better.
Written by Sherin Malick