• Monolith M565C Over Ear Planar Magnetic Headphones
  • Monolith M565C Over Ear Planar Magnetic Headphones
  • Monolith M565C Over Ear Planar Magnetic Headphones
  • Monolith M565C Over Ear Planar Magnetic Headphones
  • Monolith M565C Over Ear Planar Magnetic Headphones

Specs / Features


Planar Drivers: Not your typical headphone driver! The planar driver in the M565C has been completely redesigned and engineered versus the driver found in the M565. | Several enhancements have been made, including a new symmetrical magnet structure that allows the planar driver to be much more efficient in a closed back enclosure | Closed Back Design: Outside noise stays out and only the music stays in! The 565C delivers excellent audio isolation, allowing the sonic landscape to not be disturbed by the outside world, and the outside to not be disturbed by your music. | This makes the M565C the... More

Planar Drivers: Not your typical headphone driver! The planar driver in the M565C has been completely redesigned and engineered versus the driver found in the M565. | Several enhancements have been made, including a new symmetrical magnet structure that allows the planar driver to be much more efficient in a closed back enclosure | Closed Back Design: Outside noise stays out and only the music stays in! The 565C delivers excellent audio isolation, allowing the sonic landscape to not be disturbed by the outside world, and the outside to not be disturbed by your music. | This makes the M565C the perfect audiophile choice for those that may need to listen in less than silent environments. | Comfort: The Monolith M565C has been engineered to be comfortable for extended listening sessions. Large, comfy earpads made of faux leather and a padded headband are designed to keep you comfortable as you listen.

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Specification

Overview
Type Over-Ear
Volume Control No
Playback Control No
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Brand Monolith
Model 129514
Weight 389 grams
(13.73 ounces)

Critic Reviews


AVSforum

Incredible value

from AVSforum

In the beginning I was treated to a nice padded case, a thin and springy yet sturdy feeling frame, and throughout I was provided with a comfortable listening experience. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with the M565/M565C and overall I would recommend them for the price.

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In the beginning I was treated to a nice padded case, a thin and springy yet sturdy feeling frame, and throughout I was provided with a comfortable listening experience. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with the M565/M565C and overall I would recommend them for the price.

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The Wirecutter

Price-defying performance

from The Wirecutter

The Monolith by Monoprice M565C headphones have an exciting, detailed sound, beating out pairs that cost hundreds more. Suitable for any genre of music, the planar-magnetic drivers are housed in isolating closed-back earcups, so that you can block out distractions and focus on enjoying your playl...More

The Monolith by Monoprice M565C headphones have an exciting, detailed sound, beating out pairs that cost hundreds more. Suitable for any genre of music, the planar-magnetic drivers are housed in isolating closed-back earcups, so that you can block out distractions and focus on enjoying your playlist. They have a sturdy, comfortable build and replaceable cable, and Monoprice’s five-year warranty is about the longest of any headphones we’ve seen.

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Business Insider

Can compete with big audio brands

from Business Insider

Whether I'm listening to Bob Dylan or Carly Rae Jepsen, I'm consistently impressed with the sound and overall clarity the Monolith M565C is able to deliver. Instruments don't sound muddled together even on fast, complicated songs, which lets me pick out individual elements to focus on if I'm trying to understand an arrangment better.

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Whether I'm listening to Bob Dylan or Carly Rae Jepsen, I'm consistently impressed with the sound and overall clarity the Monolith M565C is able to deliver. Instruments don't sound muddled together even on fast, complicated songs, which lets me pick out individual elements to focus on if I'm trying to understand an arrangment better.

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