PSB’s Powered Noise-Cancelers Musical? Or Just Bosaic?

Frank Iacone is one of our industry’s more prolific headphone reviewers, and he’s gained a reputation – well deserved – for being fair, insightful, and ultimately very thorough … without losing sight of the musicality that drives us all in this hobby. It’s sometimes odd to see an audiophile writer cover commuter-level ‘phones, but because Frank has had a positive history with Paul Barton’s designs, going back to the 1990′s, I suspect he intuited that there might be some greatness inside these little cans despite their active/noise-canceling commuter-features.

PSB has set some very high bars for its house-sound, so the obvious question is: did they manage to distill that standard into these little ‘phones?

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