Phiaton Bridge MS 500: DJ-Quality Headphones for the Traveling Audiophile

Phiaton Bridge MS 500 Headphones

While [ahem] lesser, hip-hop-mogul-branded headphones have become all the rage, Phiaton continues to focus on crafting legitimate premium quality cans. Their newly introduced flagship MS 500 headphones are serious business.

They look great, sound great, and fold up nice and compact for easy packing. At nearly $300, they don’t come cheap. But the rather lengthy list of features is more than enough to sway discerning audiophile travelers:

  • Genuine perforated leather with machined aluminum
  • Dual-chamber structure providing richer detail and clearer, more powerful bass
  • “Multi-Tune Acoustic Design”: combines the excellent bass response of closed ear headphones with the crystal clear high-frequency response of open-style earphones
  • Tangle-free cloth wrapped cables, one with an in-line microphone for phone calls; two cables included
  • Easy foldable structure and design allow for convenient transportation
  • Ambidextrous cable inputs allow the single cable to plug into either the left or right side of the headphone
  • Noise Isolation feature allows you to focus on your music and not the surrounding noise

Pricing + Availability

Available now for less than $300 (USD) from Amazon.com (aff) and most premium AV outlets.

Disclosure: Vagabondish received one pair of MS 500 headphones in advance of this review. Read our view on sponsored content.

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Mike Richard has traveled the world extensively since 2008. He's camped in the Jordanian desert with Bedouins, tracked African wild dogs in South Africa, and survived a near-miss shark attack in Mexico. He loves the great outdoors, good bourbon, and he (usually) calls Massachusetts home. He also enjoys speaking in the third person.

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