HIFIMAN INTRODUCES THE ALL-NEW AND UPGRADED DEVA PRO PLANAR MAGNETIC HEADPHONE
Meet the latest addition to the HiFiMAN’s lineup of planar magnetic headphones - the Deva Pro. Coming as a successor and upgrade to the highly popular Deva, the latest Deva Pro features an all-new Neo Super-Nano Diaphragm and Stealth magnet technology. Hifiman Deva Pro is tuned meticulously to present a highly detailed, engaging and vivid sound. The open-back design aids the overall listening experience and delivers a surround sound-like experience. HiFiMAN Deva Pro leaves you in awe with its built quality and immersive audio experience, allowing you to rediscover your music.
PLANAR MAGNETIC DRIVERS ELEVATED WITH NEO DIAPHRAGM AND STEALTH MAGNETS
HiFIMAN has achieved mastery in designing and developing full-sized planar magnetic headphones over the years. The latest Deva Pro uses a newly developed planar magnetic driver with an ultra-thin diaphragm coil known as Neo super-nano diaphragm. The new Neo Super-Nano Diaphragm (NSD) is 80% thinner than previous designs, resulting in fast response and detailed image with lush, full-range sonics. This new driver works in conjunction with invisible Stealth Magnets, which enables the sound waves to pass through the magnets without generating interference. HiFiMAN’s advanced magnet design is acoustically transparent, dramatically reducing wave diffraction turbulence that degrades the integrity of the sound waves. The reduced distortion yields pure sonic output that is accurate and full-range.
EXPERTLY ENGINEERED IN EVERY ASPECT TO PRESENT A WIDE FREQUENCY RESPONSE
HiFiMAN developed the stealth magnet design for their flagship headphone, the Susvara, and has featured the same technology with the upgraded Deva Pro. For this, HiFiMAN has optimised the air turbulence and reflection of the sound waves inside the driver cavity. This design makes the magnet invisible in front of the sound waves and results in refined audio performance. The new acoustic architecture also offers a frequency response from 20Hz-20,000kHz, presenting a high-fidelity listening experience.
REDESIGNED WITH A MODERN LOOK AND 3.5MM SOCKETS TO OFFER COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE
HiFiMAN has re-designed the Deva Pro to showcase a modern look while retaining the classic Deva aesthetic. The main difference is that the Deva Pro sports a silver and black look, compared to silver and brown, the rest is identical to the Deva. This design with new colours feels modern without coming across as flashy. The drop-like shape of the ear cups is quite good-looking, and it is different from most other headphones on the market. The new headband is lightweight and ergonomically structured to offer maximum comfort for hours of listening pleasure. The exterior is refined, and the interior features high-grade memory foam for the most comfortable fit and elasticity. The headphone’s structural design supports overall durability that retains its comfortable fit for years of enjoyment. The Deva Pro also features new 3.5mm sockets for connectivity which are similar to those found on most common audio devices. The included 3.5mm cable is user changeable and replaceable. The socket can accommodate both dual-sided unbalanced 3.5mm cable and a single-sided 3.5mm balanced cable (left socket).
Regions of the frequency spectrum
(20Hz - 80 Hz)
(80 Hz - 300 kHz)
(300 Hz - 1000 kHz)
(1 kHz - 6 kHz)
(6 kHz - 10 kHz)
(10 kHz - 20 kHz)
|FREQUENCY RESPONSE||20 Hz-20 kHz|
|SOCKET||Dual-sided 3.5mm balanced cable and single-sided 3.5mm balanced cable (left socket)|
1. HiFiMAN Deva Pro (Wired)
|2. Headphone Cable|
|3. User Manual|
|COUNTRY OF ORIGIN||China|
|IMPORTER DETAILS||Importers Name: Hifiman Electronics India Pvt. Ltd
Address: No: 229, Ground Floor, 18th Main, 5th Cross,6th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka-560076
Contact No: 080-48534996
Meet the King of HiFi
HiFiMAN is a leading audio brand that makes high-class headphones. It started in New York in 2007 and has since been making headphones that have broken all kinds of audio records. Today, the brand has its presence the world-over.
An Audiophile’s Dream
HiFiMAN is known for its high-end planar magnetic headphones like the Susvara, HE1000V2 & Edition X V2. Recently it ventured into electrostatic headphones with the Shangri-La and Shangri-La Jr. No matter the driver unit, the high-end sound quality has been recommended by audiophiles and critics all over.
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"Treble is generous with the Deva Pro, more so than the original, with plenty of detail and extension. Articulation is also very well done. Micro detail reproduction is awesome and the treble has good space and air"Read More
"As a complete package, I feel that the Deva Pro is a set of headphones that really doesn’t have any direct competition. If you feel that the usability of the Deva Pro coincides with what you are looking for, then there really isn’t anywhere else to turn."Read More
"The DEVA Pro is another solid open-back headphone from HiFiMAN that deserves a big praise. It offers a great value for your money with its decent overall sound performance."Read More
"Considering they are just $30 more than the Deva, I find them spectacular. The small touches that differentiate them from their predecessors – the dual 3.5 mm jack, the black-and-silver colour scheme."Read More
+ Amazing aesthetic design
+ Awesome Sound
+ Large Earcups with extra cushioning
+ Tight Bass (but needs eq-ing to get the bass going)
- Bass needs an EQ boost
- clamping force too low.
I got the deva pros for 17k and for the price they sound amazing. It is the 1st time I tried a pair of planner magnetic drivers and I am blown away. These are my 3rd open back headphones and by far the openness of the sound stage and the musical reproduction is great. The bass is kind of flat (specially for bass heads, me included) but with a little eq they are on spot the bass is tight and doesn't overpower the mids or highs, neither is it muddy. The mids have a slight emphasis. Vocals sound crisp, clear and intimate while staying smooth. Highs though not boosted sound amazing with just the right amount of brilliance. They ain't harsh or fatiguing at all even during long periods of usage. Coming to long listening sessions is my only gripe the wearing comfort could be better. Don't get me wrong they are not uncomfortable however the clamping force is lacking to the point even slight sudden head movements could knock the headphones off. However at the price point its a tradeoff I would happily make.
Coming from Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 250 ohm Closed back headphone which was paired to meridian explorer DA for more than 6 years, i was eager to upgrade or say have something different headphones for Listening. So a planar open back headphones came into the choice and to my budget Hifiman Deva Pro seemed a perfect Fit.
Coming to headphones, Lovely one which sits great on my head with kind of tightness which i do like. The Pleather pads feels cool and lush though. Though the Burn in of Headphone phenomenon is true or not, anyways i gave an 30+ hours of burn before i dwell much into sound and more listening.
IMO the headphone sounded beautiful, Rich and Full across the frequency range. Bass is good and punchy enough to feel the rumbling of Waves in Hans Zimmer's Interstellar OST, though never went boomy or muddled. it may not be a headphones for bass heads but for those like to feel the bass and the deep textures of it. The mids are lush , well detailed and richer with a bit forward low mid which made them seemed a bit forwardly placed Male Vocals in same time female vocals felt more beautifully presented than the male vocals. The highs does have all the beauty of a great headphones with well detailed , very clear highs without any hint of sibiliance or harshness which would have made them un-listenable for my personal taste. The Level of detail the projects is great though never felt that they wanna be them be too analytical. The coherence of the sound it projects with a good wide open soundstage makes them a great pair of cans enough to listen for hours. After all Music Matters . Now i see why so many are preferring open backs over closed ones , of which the latter feels like a bit claustrophobic and may be even boxy sometimes when compared.
The headphone does seem great for almost all genres,esp for Western Classical's, Blues, Chorals, Jazz music, its beautiful presentation gives a real natural live feel to music making them sounds more musical. Soundtracks are rendered more cinematic and ambient by these open backs. Final word would be beautiful Musical and Natural.
It may not have the sleek looks of a Bose or Sony, but the audio quality of these open-backs more than makes up for it ! The audio quality seems better in the wired than wireless mode. It is my first headphone with planar magnetic technology & the hype seems real. I was skeptical about the harshness in treble but to my surprise, did not encounter any such issue in my limited listening time so far. Another big surprise was the mild clamping force which in my personal opinion adds to the overall comfort & experience !
A small quirk is the extremely bright blinking light of the Bluetooth module which can be distracting and since there is not associated app, there is no provision to turn it off.
HPZ team, as always, is very prompt & courteous in all customer interactions. Very happy with the purchase decision !
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